Swede Lane Sportsman Access

Swede Lane Access to Utah Lake    by Staff Photographer    ©Utah Birds (2007)

Description & Directions:  The Swede Lane Sportsman Access consists of a parking lot with a small boat launching area, and a wildlife viewing tower overlooking the east arm of the lake. Access is from State Road 77, west to Swede Lane, 2750 West, heading north, winding past fields to the parking lot at N 40º 10.397' W 111 43º.313'. 300 yards west of the entrance to the parking lot is a large mud flat that often has numerous shore birds such as American Pelicans, Caspian Terns, Black-necked Stilts and Spotted Sandpipers and many others. The road to the mud flat should not be taken when wet.   ~ Robin Tuck

Update: (May 2020) The viewing tower has been removed and the Swede Lane street sign  has been taken down at the turnoff from SR 77 -- Springville 400 South exit from I-15 going west. (see the picture at the bottom for the landmark for the turnoff -- 2750 West going north from SR77)

     eBird Data:   |  Swede Lane |

Field Trip Reports: | 12 Sep 2009 |

Nearby:  River Lane, 4000 West, Benjamin Slough, Lincoln Beach

Swede Lane Marshes on the East   by Staff Photographer    ©Utah Birds (2007)

Turnoff to Swede Lane (the sign has been removed - 2750 West going north from SR77
 by Staff Photographer    ©Utah Birds (2007)


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