The Fields of East Canyon
Located on three terraced fields at East Canyon State Park. Rich in pioneer history, the Donner Party passed through East Canyon in 1846, the first wagon train to pass through this way. However, many obstacles including high brush and rocks slowed them down a great deal. Not realizing the harsh conditions they would encounter while on their trek,only 47 of the original 87 reached their destination.
Beach AccessBoatingCanoeing/KayakingConcessionsFamily GamesFishingHIkingHot ShowersModern RestroomsSwimmingWildlife Viewing
Why the Fields at East Canyon?
Nestled in the mountains of northeastern Utah, this reservoir is a popular get away for those seeking water recreation close to the city. Visitors to this park enjoy boating, paddling, fishing, ice fishing in winter, water skiing, swimming, water sports, x-country skiing.
Reconnect, make memories, or escape the heat of the valley in summer with your family, friends, or loved ones. Your individual tent (20' diameter X 11' tall; by Stout Tents) includes double doors on both sides of the tent, a queen bed, four twins, soft rugs, a sturdy camp table, 2 LED lanterns, and pixie lights. As most folks really love their own bedding when glamping, don't forget to bring your own sheets, pillows, and blankets to make this 20' Bell Tent your own (bedding service available for a fee).
Outside your tent you will find a three burner Camp Chef stove with grill box, fry pan, and an extra burner. We also have a pizza box and larger fry pans available at the WGOC-club house for larger groups who want to cook together at one site. A nice 8-person picnic table and propane fire pit is also located at your site. In an effort to help you beat the afternoon heat, a 8 foot by 10 foot awning is available for your site. But if its heat you want to beat, run down to the beach front and take a dip in the reservoir, grab a kayak or sup, or rent a jet ski! There are many ways to cool off at the reservoir!