Retrailia Lakeside Park


Northeastern Utah’s mountain country is the setting for this 20-acre outdoor paradise. Right next to Starvation Lake, the resort’s extensive water diversions range from canoeing to water skiing. Starvation Lake State Park and the surrounding area offer a multitude of other adventures, including all-season fishing, rock hounding, and nature explorations. Scenic byways can be found in all directions, including the Cascade Springs Scenic Backway along the Heber Valley where water flows impressively across limestone terraces and into pristine pools, and also the Highway 191 scenic byway through the Ashley National Forest.Favorite destinations in the region include the many parks and public lands that have a wealth of secrets to share. For instance, Dinosaur National Monument near Jensen has captivating fossils, petroglyphs, and a self-guided scenic drive that vie for the attention of visitors.

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Seasonal No

Year-round Yes

Amenities The resort has a clubhouse, pavilion, laundromat, picnic area, horseshoes, volleyball, arcade game room, lake, lake swimming, lake fishing (license required), and boat dock, and ramp.

More Info Nine Mile Canyon public lands host the outdoor showcase of impressive and remarkably well-preserved Native American art and archaeology. The Pariette Wetlands is a wildlife oasis in a harsh environment. The historic Jarvie Property near Vernal provides intriguing view of frontier life at the turn of the nineteenth century, with several structures over 100 years old. The Utah Field House of Natural History takes visitors back through time, incorporating life-size statues of dinosaurs in an extraordinary garden and providing diverse archeological and geological insights. Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, named for the fantastic colors of the sun-drenched red rocks, immerses visitors in nature and history.Nearby Robert Redford’s Sundance is rated as one of the top resorts in America and provides a wide variety of year-round entertainment. Sundance is best known for its world-class skiing and the International Film Festival (January).Further west is the artistic and political center of Utah, Salt Lake City, where visitors can enjoy the Utah Museum of Natural History, Pioneer Memorial Museum, Hansen Planetarium, Tracy Aviary, Hoagle Zoo, and Red Butte Garden and Arboretum.


HC 63, Box 2
Duchesne, Utah 84021
United States

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  • Open year-round
  • High-Use Seasonal Period: Memorial Day through Labor Day
  • Sites: 19 Full / 6 Partial
  • Check in: 10 AM to 8 PM
  • Maximum Electrical: 50 amps
  • Maximum RV Length: 48 ft
  • Camp and RV sites. Notes: Visitor mail accepted.
  • Water is turned off: October 15 - April 15, Park is closed these months."

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