JUAB COUNTY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) The Good4Utah Road Tour rolled into Juab County for our next stop Wednesday. Good4Utah’s Alana Brophy visits Yuba State Park to show you why you don’t need to travel to the coast for a beach vacation. 
 
“On top of camping, fishing and ATVing, Yuba State Park offers you that boating fun to the next level all summer long.” 
 
Herriman resident Jeff Haag knows Yuba State Park offers visitors that fun in the sun that people would drive thousands of miles for. 
 
“We’ve been coming off and on for about 10 years,” said Haag. “We love the fact that we can camp right down on the beach, and bring our dogs and play in the water, water ski kneeboard…play horseshoes.”
 
You can do just about anything on the 22-mile long shoreline lined with sandy beaches. You won’t hear too many complaints from anglers, water skiers, wakeboarders and tubers with temperatures already hitting 70 degrees this year. 
 
“It’s beautiful, nice ride up here, good way to spend a couple days,” said Bob Almy, Hurricane resident. 
The Eagle View, Painted Rocks and Oasis campgrounds nestle hook ups, cabins and picnic areas right next to the water. 
 
In between the R&R, you can get in on 1500 ft of zip action. From Fremont Indian Rock Art to campsites for large groups, Yuba State Park brings the beaches to  you. 
 
You can dock your boat right next to your campsite. This is the fifth largest reservoir in the state of Utah. We’re talking 20 miles of boating opportunities here,” said Cheston Slater, Yuba State Park Manager.
 
Don’t worry, if you didn’t tow the boat or pack the WaveRunner.  
 
 “We have everything. paddleboard, canoes, anything you need on the water, we have it,” said Chet Thomas, owner of Docks Rental. 
 
The park also has a grill and store with your camping necessities. On top of all the water fun, Yuba is off-road friendly with all of its ATV trails. 
 
“You can go all around the reservoir. You make it to Fillmore, to Gunnison to Fayette,” said Slater. 
 
“You’ll never get bored.”
 
You can book your campsite at Yuba State Park here