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The Hyrum State Park is named after Hyrum Smith. Hyrum is the brother of Joseph Smith, the founder of the Church of the Latter Day Saints. Hyrum State Park?s facilities are situated at the northern portion of the water reservoir. Shady, tall trees surround the area.

In 1939, a dam was made thereby creating the Hyrum reservoir. Before that time, the settlers in that area dug a canal that would do the job of watering their crops.

It includes 31 camping grounds that offers overnight camping-- campground at $16 per night. The cabins are for rent at the price of $60 per night. Guests will have to dole out a $100 refundable deposit. Regarding group overnight camping, $200 flat rate fee is to be paid by the group. The group must have a maximum number of 100 and the maximum number of vehicles is 35.

Park hours during summer is 6 am to 10 pm while on the winter it accepts guests from 8 am to 5 pm. What are you waiting for? Pack your bags and visit Hyrum City!
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