Curecanti Creek flows mainly through National Forest land with 2.5 miles of it flowing through private land. There are many good camping spots along Road #720 which parallels the Creek.
Brookies are the dominate fish in this creek, and they run small in size. They average six to seven inches in length.
The lower end of the creek receives a lot of use because of the easy access and many camping spots.
Directions from Hwy 92: Curecanti Creek crosses Hwy 92. Forest Service Road #720 follows the creek for approximately 10 miles. Curecanti Trail #455 then follows the creek to Curecanti Pass.