Places to Visit in Duchesne,Utah
Starvation State Park is a state park in northeastern Utah, United States, featuring the 3,495-acre (1,414 ha) Starvation Reservoir. The park is 4 miles (6.4 km) northwest of the town of Duchesne, Utah.
Falcon’s Ledge offers guided fly fishing on a variety of Utah’s trophy rivers, lakes and streams, beautiful lodge accommodations and spectacular nearby pheasant hunting.
Moon Lake is a high mountain reservoir on the south slope of the High Uintas in Duchesne County, Utah. Recreation management is under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Forest Service, as the lake is part of the Ashley National Forest.In 1938, the United States Bureau of Reclamation completed the earthen Moon Lake Dam on the Lake Fork River to expand the size of the existing natural lake for irrigation. The dam has a height of 98 feet, and the expanded reservoir a capacity of 49,500 acre-feet.