Uinta Wasatch Cache National Forest
Heber Ranger District
American Land & Leisure operates 6 campgrounds and multiple day use areas in the area around Strawberry Reservoir. With campgrounds right on the reservoir and others tucked into the surrounding mountains and lakes, you'll find the perfect place for your outdoor adventure. From the rolling sagebrush-covered hills around Strawberry to lodgepole and aspen forests, you'll enjoy world-class fishing, hiking and ATV trails and incredible wildlife viewing.
Lodgepole Campground is located 17 miles south of Heber City on Hwy 40 at an elevation of 7800 feet. You'll sleep peacefully in this quiet campground, nestled among tall pines and quaking aspen, and just 13 miles from Strawberry Reservoir. Daniel's Creek winds its way through the campground and is stocked with rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout.
Strawberry Bay Campground
Strawberry Bay is located 30 miles south of Heber City on Hwy 40 at an elevation of 7600 feet. Fishermen camp here to fish Strawberry Reservoir, from ice-off to ice-on, for world-class trout.
A boat launch and beach area are available just 1/4 mile below this high desert campground. Sagebrush-covered hills provide sweeping views of Strawberry Lake from almost every site. Fishing and use of the extensive trail system is a huge draw to Renegade Campground.
Soldier Creek Campground
The limited shade in Soldier Creek Campground rarely deters campers from flocking here. At 7,200 foot elevation, this campground provides panoramic views of Strawberry Reservoir and access to 75 miles of the Strawberry OHV trail system.
Aspen Grove Campground
This aptly named campground overlooks the Soldier Creek section of Strawberry Reservoir. The boat launch and day use area is within 1/4 mile below. One loop is heavily shaded with the beautiful quakies while the other loop is wide open.
Currant Creek Campground
Nearly every site in this high elevation campground has a view of Currant Creek Reservoir. Mule Deer and Rocky Mountain Elk are frequent visitors to these rolling hills. Lodgepole, fir and aspen trees provide partial shade and one loop has corals for your horses. Campers enjoy catching rainbow, cutthroat and brown trout from their motor boats, canoes and kayaks.
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