oh the stars - First off, the is NOT a State Park. It is county owned and state park passes will not cover here. It is very clean with fun things to do. It has a volley ball court, horse shoe pit, atv trails and boat dock.
Coffee Shop - Were there on May 10th and the Coffee Shop employee or owner was really a rude individual and had not professionalism at all. The park is beautiful but the Coffee shop left a sour taste as he was unable to make any sandwiches or said he could just shut the window in our face.
Wow, incredible place! - We just discovered Rockport State Park and it is BEAUTIFUL! I heard they have yurts for rent so we took a drive and spent a day at the lake, at the marina area. It was really nice and alot of fun! I loved the locally raised beef burger the cook grilled up for me, the live music at the shady entertainment area complete with tables and adirondack chairs, and super hospitable staff. They rent plenty of fun water toys/boats...we booked a yurt for 2 weeks out and rented a pontoon boat for that Saturday afternoon! I really cannot wait to go back there and enjoy the fun, relaxed atmosphere at the Rockport Marina - a great band will be there the weekend we are going. If I forget to bring bait or ice or firewood, I can get it all at the convenience store there (plus plenty more!), and clean any fish I get at the cleaning station. Great place to refresh my spirit! You can call the marina at 435-783-9283 or visit rockport-marina.com for more info about what is there. I want to pass on the contact info because it was hard for me to find:)
Road trip to flaming gorge - While driving around flaming gorge ten years ago, I stopped at Swett Ranch, not knowing what to expect. The rangers were very informative making the stop a great learning experience. It was agood insight into life at that time.
fish springs- nice stop in the desert - There were rest rooms thank goodness, shade for a picnic and things to see and roads to drive around the refuge. Nice wetland area and a place to get out and stretch.
Great Fun - 2011 was a banner year for water. This popular
park had hikers, families, lovers and on-lookers who enjoyed the spectacular falls at the south end of the lake for over two months! Early morning canoeing and kayaking,
picnics, fishing and camping round out the fun.