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Where to Launch Your Boat
Utah Lake State Park is the largest marina on Utah Lake. Amenities include: boat launches and day use boat docks, slip rentals, picnic areas, campground, disc golf course, volleyball court, access to the Provo River, a mast crane for sailboats and two concessionaires: Bonneville School of Sailing for your sailing needs and Epic Recreation for boat rentals, paddle board and kayak rentals, a summer paddle camp and more!
*This is currently the only public marina on Utah Lake that has a refueling station to refill your gas tank on your boat or other watercraft.
“The Lindon Marina is in full operation this season with high water levels! We’ve got paddle boards, kayaks, canoes, pedal boats and mini sailboats all available for rent. Come stick your toes in our sandy beach area. We’ve got picnic tables, spacious lawn areas, and launch docks. Rent with us day-of, or feel free to call ahead and reserve your equipment of choice. Life jackets are provided.”
American Fork Beach and Boat Harbor is a great amenity for families! Low cost entry, a sandy beach with shade, boat launch and docks and more. The jetties are popular for anglers, and during the wintertime the ice stacks that form are gorgeous!
This city marina is located at the southern end of Saratoga Springs. Also a city park, it offers some great day use amenities in addition to the water access. Pavilions with picnic tables, grassy lawns, restrooms and ample parking. There is a boat ramp and docks, a fish cleaning station and the two jetties are popular for anglers.
Lincoln Beach is located on the southern shore of Utah Lake and offers several activities for local residents. It is a prime site for camping, fishing, and boating. Several camp sites have been improved with water and some of the cleanest restrooms in all of Utah County! A large pavilion is now open for larger events, surrounded by green grass.
Things to Do at Utah Lake
How to Get There
The pins on the map are access points to the lake. They are color coordinated to break up the map into four sections (northwest, northeast, southwest and southeast).