Currant Creek OHV Trail

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Loop Trail

No width limit

Dirt Trail

Sand Trail

Single Track

50" Vehicle

S x S

Full Size

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Vault toilet at the trailhead; kodging, camping, gas and groceries in nearby Heber City or Duchesne. Camping and boating at nearby Strawberry Reservoir. *Some campgrounds may prohibit ATVs.
All sizes. No width limits. ATVs, MCs, UTVs, 4x4s on most trails.
Easy – mostly dirt roads and some parts are gravels
Most trails have adequate signage.
The closest medical help is the Heber Valley Hospital, 454 East Medical Way Heber City, UT 84032. (435) 654-2500 or Uintah Basin Medical Center, 250 W 300 N, Roosevelt, UT 84066 (435) 722-4691
Dial 9-1-1 for emergencies.
Wasatch County Sheriff: Dial 9-1-1 for emergencies or non-emergency dispatch: (435) 654-1411
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The Currant Creek OHV Trailhead is available seasonally (closed Nov. 1 to June 30th by gate). The trailhead is right off State Route 40 North of Strawberry Reservoir on forest route 082. We spent four hours riding 50 miles of trail at about 13 mph. Plan this trip as a half-day ride or leave some additional time for additional exploration in the area. We’ve included the GPS track and 360 views from the trail below to help you plan your trip.

Trail Route

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Key Points

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There is a large parking area with plenty of room to unload near highway 40. You can see Strawberry Reservoir on the other side of the highway.
Follow the sign for Currant Creek, turning right to continue on forest route 082
Turn right to head to Currant Creek Reservoir and Campground (ATVs are prohibited in the campground). You may see a beaver dam off the road at the north end of the lake. Turning left will take you along the loop we rode.
This looks like a nice campground but be aware ATVs are prohibited in the campground. This is where we turned around.
Turn left here to follow forest route 106.
Looking north toward Death Hollow and Corral Hollow.
Looking southeast Currant Creek Reservoir in the distance.
Riding through the aspens on the way back to highway 40.
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May 17, 2022

This is a great trail to ride from the time the snow it off until Halloween. The two peak times in my opinion is to go when the wild flowers are in bloom in the meadows, then again when the leaves are changing at the end of September. For an alternative, I like to ride my street legal machine out of Daniels Summit Lodge down to the entrance of the Lodge Pole Campground and head east and north up to Dock Flat. From there the route winds over to Bjorkman Hollow. From there stay on FR 092 until it connects with FR82 and follow the loop up around the lake from there. This is a cool site. Thanks to the hard work of those who made it.

Chad Booth

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