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NEW rules and changes for Oquirrh lake in 2010 Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 10 March 2010 09:21

   Here are the new rules and changes coming to Oquirrh Lake this year, so before you pack up the family and decide to swing down to the lake these are the NEW rules you need to know:


There is NO swimming and NO wading allowed this year (last year wading was allowed). Swimming will only be permitted as part of a Kennecott land approved event/activities.


There will no longer be parking allowed on the East Side of Oquirrh lake Rd, and a new stop sign will be put in at Oquirrh Lake Rd/ Dorena Ln.


All pets must be on leashes and are not allowed in the lake.


Fishing is still allowed in designated fishing zones (until the lake is fished out, the UDWR stills says there are no future plans to stock Oquirrh lake).


Lifejackets must be worn by all boaters at all times and restrict the use of motorized boats to authorized lake patrol/rescue activities.



NO portable BBQ’s, tents, or awnings will be allowed.



NO glass containers are allowed.



NO pets are allowed in the Eastlake Beach area (pets can only be taken to the North Shore Beach).


And there also will be a few new and similar additions as listed below…



There will be portables at Eastlake and North Shore Beaches again, Kennecott Land said there will be permanent bathrooms built later this year for the 2011 season (they said the same thing last year, they actually say a lot of things, not all come true)

Also, this year after years of residents complaints Kennecott Land launch a Lake Signage Program, which primary objectives include informing and educating lake visitors regarding the types of activities permitted, where these activities can occur, the associated rules of conduct, hours of operation, etc.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 March 2010 09:28
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