Park Rules and Regulations

Quail Creek State Park Rules & Regulations

Utah Boating Regulations

Make sure to read up on the local park regulations and rules to make the most of your trip to Quail Creek State Park! Visit the quail creek parks page to learn more about park regulations. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to our helpful and friendly team!

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Park Regulations

There are a few fundamental rules that apply to the entire park. For excursions into the wilderness, along rivers, or with horses and pack animals, additional rules apply.

Quiet Hours

The park has quiet hours from 10pm to 7am. Here at Dig Paddlesports inside quail creek state park, we pride ourselves on being family friendly so that all ages may enjoy the great outdoors.


Pets are welcome at most state parks, and are welcome at Dig Paddlesports! However, they must be on a maximum six-foot leash and not left unattended. Please be sure to clean up after your pets to ensure the fun and safety for others.


Wood fires are permitted. In other areas of the wilderness, they are forbidden. Except for in the river corridors, where driftwood and downed tamarisk may be burnt, no wood may be collected in the park. River expeditions are required to utilize a fire pan and clear the wilderness of any fire waste. Be on alert for potential fire bans.

Cultural Resources

It is forbidden to disturb, enter, or camp within 300 feet of an archaeological or historical site. It is forbidden to collect artifacts.


It is not permitted to carry a gun in the park. However, those who are permitted to do so by relevant federal, state, and local regulations are allowed to lawfully own weapons in this park. Guns are also forbidden in public buildings under federal law. Before accessing this park, it is your obligation to be aware of and abide by all relevant local, state, and federal weapons laws.

Fishing & Hunting

Canyonlands has a hunting ban in place. Gunshots are not permitted to be fired. Fishing is legal here. Visitors who fish inside the park must possess a current Utah State Fishing License and abide by all applicable fishing laws.

Motor Vehicles

All motor vehicles vehicles must be driven by licensed drivers and must stay on authorized roadways.


Motorcycles must be equipped and licensed for interstate travel in the state of Utah and are only permitted on park roads. This implies that in addition to having a visible license plate, they also need to have a horn, a taillight, a brake light, at least one side mirror, and tires that fulfill Department of Transportation (DOT) requirements for street usage.

Contact Us Today

As always, if you have any questions about the rules and regulations of our park, don't hesitate to call us or the park rangers! We look forward to helping you and your family and friends enjoy a day on the lake! Contact us for paddleboard and kayak rentals, guided tours, paddleboard yoga classes, and more.

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