Currant Creek Campground

Area Status: Closed
This area is Closed

Currant Creek Campground is situated next to Currant Creek Reservoir. Aspen, fir and lodgepole pine are the dominant tree species. Rainbow and cutthroat trout are the principal fish species in the reservoir. There is a campground host on site. Facilities and improvements include paved roads & parking spurs, dump station, boat ramp, fire rings, firewood, grills, picnic tables, handicap accessible fishing pier and playground. Popular activities include hiking, wildlife viewing, fishing and boating.

At a Glance

Reservations: To reserve a campsite call 1-877-444-6777 or click here to make reservations on-line.  Reservations must be made 5 days in advance.
Area Amenities: Boat ramp,Tent camping,Camping trailer,Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water,Parking
Fees 83 single sites - $23.00, Capacity - 8 people + 1 vehicle
15 double sites - $46.00, Capacity - 16
3 group sites - $105.00, Capacity - 25
1 group sites - $140.00, Capacity - 40
Extra vehicle $8.00
Picnicking (day use) in campground $9.00
First vehicle is included in the reservation, all other vehicles or motorhomes will be charged according to the campground fee upon arrival to the campground. Vehicles being towed are not considered an extra vehicle.
Restrictions: 7 day stay limit.

ATV's/OHV's are prohibited in the campground. No discharge of firearms or fireworks. Quiet hours are 10pm to 6am. Pets must be leashed. This campground requires a 2 day minimum stay on weekends and a 3 day minimum stay on holiday weekends.
Closest Towns: Heber City, UT. 
Water: Drinking Water
Restroom: Flush
Passes: You can purchase a season day use pass good only for sites on the Heber-Kamas Ranger District $105 
Information Center: For more information contact the Heber-Kamas Ranger District at 435-654-0470.

General Information


From Heber City, Utah, take Highway 40 east for 45 miles to the Currant Creek Junction. Turn off the highway and travel in a northwest direction approximately 17 miles to the campground. The road from the highway is paved for 10 miles and graded gravel for 7 miles. Stay on the most traveled road.  When there are Y’s in the road, stay on the road on the east side of Currant Creek, following the Creek to the dam.  When you get to the dam, follow the road almost all the way around the reservoir, and you will find the campground near the southwest end of the lake, a short distance from the dam.  

Alternate Route: Take US Highway 40 from Heber City and travel approximately 22 miles southeast to FS Road 082 (Coop Creek Road).  There is a Coop Creek sign on the north side of Highway 40.  Turn north (left) at the sign and travel approximately 8 miles north.  At that point there is another sign for Currant Creek Campground.  Turn right at the sign and travel approximately 6 more miles east and south to the campground. 

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Camping trailer
Picnic tables
Tent camping
Boat ramp
Drinking water
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8000 ft