SOUTH CREEK (UPPER) TRAILHEAD


Area Status: Open

Trailhead. The #068 South Creek (Upper) Trail Head starts just above Anderson Meadow Reservoir on Forest Road #575. The trail head itself sits at the junction of PST #67 and PST #68. Horse and foot trails #167, #068, #245 and #246 can also be accessed from this trail head.

At a Glance

Open Season: June
Usage: Light
Closest Towns: Beaver, Utah
Water: No water available
Restroom: None
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information

Directions:

The South Creek (Upper) Trailhead is approximately 21 miles east of Beaver, Utah. From Beaver travel 10 miles east on UT-153, turn right onto Kents Lake Road (FR137) and travel another 8.7 miles.Turn right on FR575 and travel approximately 2.4 miles. 


Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Activities

River and Stream Fishing

Check the Utah Division of Wildlife website for more information on fishing in Utah, along with where to purchase fishing licenses.

Day Hiking

Hiking.

Backpacking

Backpacking.

Horse Camping

Camping with horses.

Horse Riding

Horse riding trails.

Big Game Hunting

Area open to hunting during Utah state hunting seasons. See Utah Division of Wildlife website for more information on big game hunting.

Game Bird/Waterfowl

Area open to hunting during Utah state hunting seasons. See Utah Division of Wildlife website for more information on small game hunting.

OHV Camping

The Fishlake National Forest has completed a route designation process as shown on the official Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) dated August 2007.

Help prevent soil erosion and resource damage.

OHV Road Riding

The Fishlake National Forest has completed a route designation process as shown on the official Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) dated August 2007.

The State of Utah has a reciprocity ATV/OHV licensing agreement with several other states. This link shows a list of states that do not have a reciprocity agreement with Utah. If your state is listed here you must purchase a "Non-Resident Permit".

Help prevent soil erosion and resource damage.

OHV Trail Riding

The Fishlake National Forest has completed a route designation process as shown on the official Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) dated August 2007.

The State of Utah has a reciprocity ATV/OHV licensing agreement with several other states. This link shows a list of states that do not have a reciprocity agreement with Utah. If your state is listed here you must purchase a "Non-Resident Permit".

Help prevent soil erosion and resource damage.

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities

Location

 
  Latitude : 
38.192112

  Longitude : 
-112.424821

  Elevation : 
9,200 feet

 

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