Scofield Reservoir is one of Utah's most important fisheries and usually offers good action year-round for cutthroat and rainbow trout. The park offers two very nice campgrounds. It is a great place to spend a relaxing weekend, or to use as a base camp to explore the nearby mountains.
Scofield is located near Skyline Drive, which is a high mountain area offering countless small lakes and streams, along with great ATV and snowmobile trails. Many people enjoy big game hunting in this area.
Scofield offers a very popular fishing reservoir located in the tops of the mountains in central Utah. It is also a great base camp for activities along nearby Skyline Drive.
Located near the town of Scofield, approximately 120 miles southeast of Salt Lake City. Take I-15 to the Price-Manti exit. Go east on SR 6 and then turn south on State Highway 96. From there is is 10 miles to the park.
Scofield State Park
c/o Huntington State Park
PO Box 1343
Huntington, UT 84528
435-448-9449 - summer park number
435-687-2491 - winter park number
Open year-round, with no holiday closures.
Summer - 6:00 am to 10:00 pm
Winter - 6:00 am to 10:00 pm
(Winter visitors have full access to the reservoir but facilities are winterized and closed)
Day use is $7 and includes use of watercraft launches
$4 day-use for Utah seniors 62+
$75 annual passes are available at the park
$35 Senior Adventure (annual) Passes
ATV trails nearby
Snowmobile trails nearby
Two campgrounds are available with sites for tents and RVs up to 35 feet. RV hookups are not available. The Mountain View campground, located six miles north of the town of Scofield, offers modern restrooms and hot showers. The Madsen Bay campground, located on the north end of the reservoir, is a popular area for groups and families.
800-322-3770 (toll-free from outside the Salt Lake City area)
801-322-3770 (from within the Salt Lake City area)
Boat ramps and docks
group camping area
Group day use area
RV dump station