LaBarge Creek - Segment No. 1


Upper Green



From the confluence with Turkey Creek down to the Forest Service boundary.
From county road 235 on the south end of the town of LaBarge, go about one mile on highway 189 to county road 315. This paved road heads due west toward the mountains and enters the Bridger National Forest in about 24 miles. The now-gravel road continues to parallel LaBarge Creek for a long way, but the instream flow segment only extends upstream about 3 miles from the Forest boundary to the mouth of Turkey Creek. This is a relatively well-traveled road so be sure to park well out of the main travel lanes. Also note that while this road is deceptively smooth and graded, it is well known for its many sharp rocks that can turn a good tire into a flat tire on vehicles traveling too fast.