Resident Boat Rental: 2016 Hours of Operation
Please note that no boats will be checked out 30 minutes prior to closing.
*Hours are subject to change due to inclement weather
Boats are available for checkout by residents and their accompanied guests ($5 amenity guest fee applies per person) in one and a half hour increments. Residents must be in good standing with the Association and bring their resident amenity card to the boat ramp in order to check out a boat. Boats must be captained at all times by a resident that is 14 years of age or older. All boats must be returned by the scheduled daily close time.
Current Boats Available:
- 1-Person Kayaks
- 2-Person Kayaks
- Row Boats
- Stand up Paddle Boards
- Sail Boats- available after certification. See boat attendants for more information or to schedule a lesson.
Personal Watercraft Permits
Beginning April 11, 2016, Daybreak residents may begin obtaining personal boat permits for use on the lake.
Residents can obtain a boating permit for personal, non-motorized watercraft use after completing a Daybreak Community Association lake orientation. Each permit is $10 and is good throughout the 2016 season. The permits may be purchased at the Daybreak Community Center during normal business hours. After purchasing your permit, you may complete a short orientation, which includes a boat safety check at the boat ramp during regular boat checkout hours*. When using personal watercraft, please remember the south boat ramp is the only area authorized for launch.
*If purchasing permits before boat checkout begins on May 28, 2016-- orientations will be available on Wednesdays from 5-7pm and Saturdays from 9-11am.
Fishing RegulationsThe lake has been stocked with trout, bluegill, channel catfish, and largemouth bass. A valid Utah State fishing license is required, and all corresponding rules apply. Please stay within designated fishing areas, as some of our landscaping is fragile. Please also be respectful of other users, especially boaters.
Please note that swimming and wading are not allowed in Oquirrh Lake at this time, due to negative effects on water quality and ecosystem balance.
Click here for the 2016 Oquirrh Lake Management Strategy