Strawberry River WMA downstream
This site provides anglers with access to an area of the Strawberry River that is part of a Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Wildlife Management Area (WMA). The access point allows anglers to access a section of the Strawberry River that contains riffle and run habitats. Some small pools are available along river bends and behind in-stream boulders. Some woody debris is present in this area. No camping or fires are allowed on this day-use WMA.
This access point is located approximately 1.5 miles downstream from the confluence with Timber Canyon Creek. The UTM coordinates for this access point are 517,873 meters east and 4,441,173 meters north. Decimal degree coordinates for this location are -110.79024 longitude and 40.1206823 latitude.
From the I-80/US 40 junction, travel east on US 40, through the towns of Heber and Fruitland, for roughly 64.3 miles. Turn right onto Red Creek Road (41950 West) and travel south for 6 miles. Turn right onto Strawberry River/Camelot Road (9980 South) and travel west for approximately 3.1 miles to reach this access point.
This area of Strawberry River ranges in width from 10 to 30 feet.
This area varies in depth; ranging from 1-2 feet deep in riffles and runs to 2-3 feet deep in deeper pools.
Day-use area only, no fires or camping permitted on WMA. Camping available in Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.
Wildlife viewing is available at this access point. Camping, picnicking, hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, OHV riding, snowmobiling, mountain biking, boating, water sports, and scenic driving available in nearby Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.
This site is not accessible to the disabled.
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