Description - The managed recreation season May through October. Moderate use. Most
preferred activities include camping, fishing, and picnicking. Species available
are rainbow, cutthroat, and brook trout. All-weather access over U.S. 40, then
improved gravel Forest Rd. 83. Jimmies Point U.S. Geological Service map covers
the area. A barrier-free fishing platform exists at the campground.
Reservations accepted for certain campsites. Fees are charged. Fishing
permitted below the reservoir.
- Currant Creek Reservoir has a 300 acre surface area for boating, fishing and
water sports. Currant Creek Campground provides RV and equestrian sites as
well as tent sites and group sites.
Recreation - Recreational activities include , boating, camping fishing hiking, hunting,
picnicking, water sports, winter sports.
Climate - The climate of Utah varies with the terrain. Visitors to the mountains will
experience cool summer nights and passing storms that can alter a sunny day
very quickly. Be prepared with layers when recreating in the mountains.
The deserts and canyons of Utah can be dangerous places. Summer
temperatures often reach above 100 degrees F, so be sure to carry water on all
adventures. Flash floods in the canyons are also a threat. It is difficult to predict
incoming weather when deep within a canyon so check reports before venturing
into any narrow canyon areas.
Currant Creek Reservoir is located 40 miles southeast of Heber City. This
Reservoir is located in the Uinta National Forest.