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Here are the 18 lakes we have listed within USA > West > Utah - compared by Newest (Youngest) Reservoirs.

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Lake Name Completion year Lake Description
Strawberry Reservoir
(Utah, USA)
1998 Strawberry Reservoir Pictures Also known as: The Berry
Strawberry Reservoir, known locally as The Berry, is Utah's most popular fishing spot. Located in Wasatch County, a convenient 65 miles east of the Wasatch Front and the cities of Salt Lake, Provo and Orem, Strawberry Reservoir draws visitors from around the state and country. Fishing on Strawberry ...
Jordanelle Reservoir
(Utah, USA)
1993 Jordanelle Reservoir Pictures Jordanelle Reservoir is one of the newest reservoirs in Utah. The Jordanelle Dam was constructed on the Provo River by the Bureau of Reclamation in 1992, and the reservoir filled to capacity in 1995. Its construction caused a few headaches - highway US 40 had to be moved, and two towns were flooded. ...
Electric Lake
(Utah, USA)
1974 Electric Lake Pictures Also known as: Electric Reservoir
Electric Lake lies like a high-altitude jewel amid one of Utah's most spectacular recreational playgrounds. Bordering both the Panoramaland and Castle Country tourism regions, the reservoir was created in 1974 when a dam was constructed to collect the waters of Upper Huntington Creek, Boulger Creek, ...
East Canyon Reservoir
(Utah, USA)
1966 Visitors to the Salt Lake City area will want to spend some time at East Canyon Reservoir. This 680-acre reservoir is located about 30 miles northeast of Salt Lake City on the border of the Northwest and Mountainland tourism regions. The lake is a popular spot for fishing, boating and all types of water ...
Joe's Valley Reservoir
(Utah, USA)
1965 Joe's Valley Reservoir is a 1,200-acre lake tucked away in the Manti-La Sal National Forest (Emery County). At an elevation of 7,000 feet, the lake is the favorite of sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts offering excellent hunting and fishing along with camping, picnicking, hiking and boating. Joe's Valley ...
Flaming Gorge Reservoir
(Utah, USA / Wyoming, USA)
1964 Flaming Gorge Reservoir Pictures With more than 42,000 acres of boating and fishing waters, surrounded by choice camping and picnic areas, Flaming Gorge Reservoir - straddling the Wyoming and Utah state line - is an ideal leisure-time destination. Flaming Gorge Reservoir, in Ashley National Forest, provides many excellent recreational ...
Lake Powell
(Arizona, USA / Utah, USA)
1963 Lake Powell Pictures Lake Powell is located in one of Southern Utah's most picturesque red-rock desert areas and Arizona's Navajo Indian Reservation. It is one of the most scenic reservoirs in the United States. At "full pond" (normal water level) it is the second-largest man-made reservoir in the USA by capacity. With ...
DMAD Reservoir
(Utah, USA)
1959 Also known as: Delta Reservoir
For an oasis in the middle of the Sevier Desert near Delta, head to DMAD Reservoir (also known as Delta Reservoir), an impoundment of the lower reaches of the Sevier River. This 1,199-acre reservoir was created in 1959 in Millard County with the construction of a dam and a north dike to supply water, ...
Deer Creek Reservoir
(Utah, USA)
1941 Deer Creek Reservoir Pictures Deer Creek Reservoir is located near Heber, Utah, the home of the historic "Heber Creeper," a train with a steam engine that takes tourists on trips from Heber a couple of times a day (check the schedule to be sure of times). As it makes the trip, the train runs along the Deer Creek Reservoir to the ...
Fish Lake
(Utah, USA)
1935 Fish Lake Pictures Fishlake National Forest is a glittering emerald jewel in the heart of Utah's normally dry and desolate countryside. And in the National Forest is the lake that gives the forest its name - Fish Lake. Covering 2,500 acres, Fish Lake is the largest naturally formed mountain lake in the entire state. ...
Echo Reservoir
(Utah, USA)
1931 Echo Reservoir Pictures Echo Reservoir sits almost smack in the middle of the countryside between Salt Lake City and the Utah/Wyoming border. It's hard to miss, as Interstate 80 runs right along its shore for about 3 miles. It was created in the early 1930s to help retain the water that thawed from the nearby Uintas Mountains ...
Kents Lakes
(Utah, USA)
1928 Kents Lakes Pictures Also known as: Kents Lake, Upper Kents Lake, Lower Kents Lake
Three popular little lakes in Utah's Panoramaland Region are the three Kents Lakes: Upper Kents Lake, Lower Kents Lake, and Kents Lake. These small reservoirs lie in close proximity along a tributary to the South Fork Beaver River in the Fish Lake National Forest. Perched in a high meadow in the Tushar ...
Minersville Reservoir
(Utah, USA)
1914 Also known as: Rocky Ford Reservoir
Beaver County, in southwestern Utah, has a landscape characterized by breathtaking canyons, meandering rivers that flow through granite mountains, thick, green forests, deserts, historic mines, farm valleys, and peaceful meadows. Here in this diverse county is where you will find Minersville Reservoir ...
Sevier Bridge Reservoir
(Utah, USA)
1914 Sevier Bridge Reservoir Pictures Also known as: Yuba Lake
Sevier Bridge Reservoir is also known as Yuba Lake. The name is pretty much interchangeable for the locals, so if you are looking for directions, someone should be able to help you get there. The lake is one of several reservoirs created along the Sevier River, and it is used primarily for irrigation ...
Johnson Valley Reservoir
(Utah, USA)
1899 Johnson Valley Reservoir is a 700-acre lake just three miles northeast of Fish Lake in the heart of Utah's Fishlake National Forest. The reservoir was created in 1899, ten years after Fish Lake was purchased from the Paiute Indians. Because of rapid settlement in Utah in the late 1800s, construction ...
Gunnison Bend Reservoir
(Utah, USA)
1895 Gunnison Bend Reservoir Pictures Gunnison Bend Reservoir gets its name from the nearby town of Gunnison (it lies to the East of the lake), and from the big bend in the middle. It should not be confused with Gunnison Reservoir, which lies on the opposite side of the aforementioned town. Gunnison Bend is the result of a horseshoe bend ...
Gunnison Reservoir
(Utah, USA)
1889 Gunnison Reservoir Pictures Also known as: Sugar Kids Pond
Like most of the lakes in Utah, Gunnison Reservoir is man-made. Also known as Sugar Kids Pond, the reservoir is an impoundment of the San Pitch River. If you've never been there, you should know it's a pretty dry environment, and the few rivers that run through the countryside were prone to excessive ...
Fairview Lakes
(Utah, USA)
1869 Fairview Lakes Pictures Also known as: Fairview Lake #1, Fairview Lake #2
Surrounded by the unspoiled wilderness of the Manti-La Sal National Forest, Fairview Lakes provides a pleasant opportunity for lakefront living in Utah's Panoramaland region. The lakes themselves are private, owned by the Cottonwood-Gooseberry Irrigation Company with lots contracted by long-term lease. ...

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