Dividable down to 5 acres or keep it all for yourself!
Whether You Need To Go Into Town Or You’re Headed On An Outdoor Adventure, You’re Only Minutes Away!
A 15 minute drive gets you into Duchesne or to the Duchesne River. Another 15 and you’re at the Starvation Reservoir. All from your own 40 acre parcel with power already at the road.
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Access: Easy Legal & Physical Access
Zoned A5 – Can Be Subdivided Down To 5 Acre Parcels
Utilities: Power At Road, Possible Culinary Water – Check with local gov’t
2 hours to Salt Lake City
1.5 hours to Provo
2 hours to Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
1.75 hours to Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
1.5 hours to the Dinosaur National Monument
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Duchesne and the surrounding area plays host to some of the best camping, fishing, boating, hunting, hiking, water skiing, and ATV riding in the state. 4 miles to the west of Duchesne is Starvation State Park. Starvation Reservoir on the Strawberry River was created as part of the Central Utah Project and is a great fishing and boating lake with stocks of rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, walleye, yellow perch, and Utah chub. The current catch and release state record for walleye and Utah chub are held at Starvation. The reservoir has 3,500 acres of surface area and is great for boating. There are four boat ramps; the largest is at the marina which also hosts RV parking, boat docs, camp sites, hot showers, and an RV waste dump. Activities at Starvation Reservoir include the annual Starvation Walleye Classic and Desert Bass Busters Club Tourney.
On the banks of the Strawberry River that runs through town is a boardwalk that not only has beautiful views but also is great to fish from. Other great stream fishing can be had on the Duchesne River and Rock Creek.
The High Uintas wilderness area is 30 miles to the north and boasts great hiking, fishing and alpine camping.
ATV riding is permitted within city limits. The Yellow Stone and Reservation Ridge ATV trails are located with 20 miles of town.
Duchesne sits at the junction of three wildlife management units and is home to world-class big game hunting. Mule deer, pronghorn antelope, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, black bear, and mountain lion can be observed within miles of town.
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