Though dogs are not permitted in the on-site cabins and there is no dedicated dog play space at Starvation State Park, dogs are welcome to join their owners in the camping areas and on the hiking trails. Since no amenities are provided for dogs, owners should come prepared with all of the items they may need for a camping trip or day of hiking including drinking water, a dog dish, and poop bags.
All owners are to assume responsibility for their pets by cleaning up after them and properly disposing of their waste. Housed on the grounds are public bathrooms which include showers with hot water. Starvation State Park is a private park and campground. Entrance to the property is granted for a daily fee of $10. For those making use of camping facilities or renting a cabin, additional charges apply.
Campers may choose from a site that faces the beach or the mountains. This stunning property is home to a number of outdoor activities including fishing, boating, archery, and geocaching. Originally home to the renowned Strawberry River, this body of water has now been replaced by a reservoir and dam.
The land itself at Starvation State Park is a treasure trove of coves and beaches. Visitors to this incredible natural space remark on how pristinely blue the beach waters are. The beach areas are amenable to boating, waterskiing, wakeboarding, and swimming.
Dogs are not permitted access to the beach at any time. Starvation State Park observes all Utah state laws carefully and thus insists that all dogs visiting their lovely park and campground be current on all vaccinations. Additionally, a city dog license is mandatory. For a vacation getaway you'll not soon forget, bring Fido and the family to Starvation State Park!