Anglers visiting this day-use access point will find easy access to a slow-moving section of the Strawberry River with long, deep, runs and pools. Day-use amenities are plentiful at this access point; including restrooms, picnic tables, pavilions, potable water, and a boardwalk trail.
This site is located along 400 South in Duchesne, Utah. The UTM coordinates for this access point are 551,164 meters east and 4,445,489 meters north. Decimal degree coordinates for this location are -110.39922 longitude and 40.1581991 latitude.
From the I-80/US 40 junction, travel east on US 40, through the towns of Heber and Fruitland, for roughly 85.4 miles. Turn right onto Hwy 191 (100 West) and travel south for 0.3 miles. At 400 South, turn left and travel east for 0.2 miles to reach this access point. River Park is located on the south side of 400 South.
This area of Strawberry River ranges in width from 20 to 40 feet.
Slow moving section comprised of deep runs and pools (3-4 feet deep). Limited shallow (1-2 foot deep) riffles in between the deeper sections.
No on-site camping. Camping available at nearby Starvation State Park.
Picnicking and wildlife viewing opportunities are available to visitors at this access point. Camping, paddle sports, water sports, and boating is also available at nearby Starvation State Park.
Although this site is generally not accessible to the disabled; the boardwalk that parallels the river provides moderately easy access for the disabled to reach the rivers edge.
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