I doubt Utah State Park Rangers would be on Lake Powell since it's all federal land. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area has several repeaters on 171.625.liftedtacoma4x said:Anyone know what frequency the Utah State Parks Rangers use on Lake Powell?
Interesting. You might listen for Utah SRS repeaters in the area, such as the Copper Ridge SRS on 151.040 MHz. See the link to the state map on that page. The DNR simplex frequency is 155.775 MHz.liftedtacoma4x said:I have seen Utah State parks out there. They probably help the park service cover the lake.
Oops! Sorry, forgot we were talking about a federal operation.Well except for the little problem that the FCC database doesn't include federal allocations ... :wink:
I am programming a new scanner (BC346) and want to set up a system just for Lake Powell.
I saw this thread and wondered if anybody has made progress on this.
I interested in Utah State Parks (which are there), National Park Rangers (it's a National Rec Area) freqs/info.
I did find some Aramark & Offshore Marina freqs on the FCC License Report for Kane County, UT on RR.
Thanks for any help on this.
If this is the case then they are probably using the National Park Service net. Why would any communications facilities be installed for Utah State Park communications when there are no state parks within the Glen Canyon NRA?I have seen Utah State parks out there. They probably help the park service cover the lake.