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Scofield Reservoir

Lake Size
Medium (1 to 5 sq. Miles)
Water Type
Lake | Reservoir
Fishing on Scofield Reservoir
Scofield is one of Utah's most popular and productive trout fisheries. It offers consistently good fishing, summer and winter, for large fish in a beautiful mountain setting. It is classified as one of Utah's Blue Ribbon Fisheries.
Fish Types
Cutthroat Trout, Rainbow Trout, Tiger Trout
Lake Size
Medium (1 to 5 sq. Miles)

2815 Acres
Max Depth
66 Ft
Fishing Methods
Fly, Angling, Trolling
Fishing Access
Concrete Boat Ramps
Water Features
Stocked Fish, Boat ramps and docks, Developed campgrounds, Group camping area, Modern restrooms, Showers, Picnicking areas, Group day use area, RV dump station
Activities
Fishing, Ice fishing, and Boating
Services Available
None

Basic Directions

Scofield State Park is located in Carbon County on State Route 96, just 10 miles south of Colton Junction. To get to Scofield from Salt Lake drive on I15 south to the Price-Manti exit. Then go east on State Road 6. About 6 miles from Soldier Summit turn right at the railroad crossing (State road 96). Travel on 96 for 10 miles to the park.