Washington City: Recreation

Razor Ridge Park

1934 N Razor Ridge Dr (Google Map)

The Razor Ridge Lake Park is a unique 4-acre park, which includes an urban fishery. Razor Ridge Lake is approximately 4.8 million gallons. At 28 feet deep, the lake is deeper than most urban fisheries. The fishery is stocked with Rainbow Trout, Large Mouth Bass, and Blue Gill. The lake is continuously stocked from November through May and provides a wide range of seasonal fishing opportunities for anglers. This new park has been an ideal location to host Washington City's newest youth fishing program. This fall Leisure Services had over 70 participants.

This project was done in partnership with Coral Canyon Development and the Utah Division of Wildlife. With the help of these partners and Impact Fee Credits this project was made possible for Washington County residents to enjoy. The construction of the lake has created a quality urban fishery and represents a great asset to both Washington City and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources community fisheries program. The lake was crafted into a high-quality aquatic system.


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