“200-million-year-old dinosaur tracks!”
Hike to 200-million-year-old dinosaur tracks, boat and fish on Red Fleet Reservoir, and camp or picnic in a campground overlooking a sandstone and desert landscape. Anglers fish for large-mouth bass, bluegill, rainbow trout, and brown trout. In the heart of Dinosaurland, Red Fleet is a destination in itself and great location for discovery of the area. Year-round park facilities include a sand beach, boat launching ramp, restrooms, 29 RV campsites, a picnic area, sewage disposal, and fish cleaning stations. Recently a dinosaur trackway dating back 200 million years was discovered in the area. Nearby attractions include Dinosaur National Monument, Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, Steinaker and Utah Field House of Natural History state parks, and rafting and fishing on the Green River.
Red fleet reservoir is beautiful esp during the sunset when the ship like rock formations glow red. They have restrooms and RV & tent camping. You can even stay in the teepee they have, which sleeps several. This is a nice camp/rec area near the water and ancient dinosaur tracks you can swim to or hike up to from then back side of the lake if you don’t want to park and pay. It’s a really easy hike. Just take the next right after the main red fleet turnoff. Watch for some signage and a small fence on the right a little ways down the road and park there to hike up the backside with the tracks. Careful no high cliff diving into the lake allowed anymore.
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Red Fleet State Park
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