We want to make sure that everyone knows how to have fun at Utah Lake this summer! Here are a few ideas: The 11th Annual Utah Lake Festival will be on Saturday, June 6th, 2015 at Utah Lake State Park from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. Come learn more about the lake and participate in […]
After seven-and-a-half years, the Utah Lake Commission’s first executive director, Reed Price, is moving on. He has accepted a new position with the City of Orem.
We have compiled some of our favorite pictures, videos, and news stories about Utah Lake onto a Google Map. There is also information about access points and trails around the lake.
Below is a list of the official public access points to Utah Lake. They are listed geographically starting with the American Fork Boat Harbor and going clockwise around the lake.
A local Boy Scout named Jacob Faber has been working on an Eagle Project that is designed to increase awareness about the endangered June Sucker.
With the publicity that Utah Lake has had over the past few weeks, some of you might be wondering what you can do to help make Utah Lake a better place.
It’s been a busy week! The algae bloom that was present last week brought a lot of attention to the lake. Over the last week, several agencies have been taking water samples to determine whether toxins were produced by the algae bloom.
Utah Lake is a highly eutrophic lake. That means it’s rich in nutrients like phosphorus and nitrogen. You may recognize these compounds as fertilizers that will help your grass to grow healthy and green and helps your garden be more productive.
Interested in learning more about the Utah Lake Field Trip opportunity? The information below should answer most of your questions.
The Utah Lake Commission is excited to announce the 1st annual Utah Lake Festival Youth Photography and Art Contest.