Pets allowed
Allowed with Restrictions
Guided tours
Backcountry camping
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Wasatch Mountain State Park is a sprawling 23,000 acre preserve located around Midway, Utah. The acreage was set aside by the state in 1961 and was opened in 1968 as a state park. Today the land can be enjoyed by all kinds of recreational and outdoor enthusiasts.

Wasatch Mountain State Park offers an array of hiking and mountain biking trails including everything from easy, family friendly trail to challenging mountainous terrain. Off road enthusiasts and ATVers will also find a variety of roads to explore.

A nice visitor center is located centrally within the park. Behind the visitor center you’ll find a small pond with fishing dock, some picnic areas and a playground. One of the park’s four popular golf courses is also located here.

There is ample space for camping with Wasatch Mountain State Park. The main campground offers three different loops and there are a total of 122 camping/picnicking areas.

The state park is also a great destination during the winter months. The park was host for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games as the nordic skiing venue at Soldier Hollow. There is great cross country skiing here, as well as a tubing area that includes night tubing and tow lifts.

So whether you like to golf, hike, bike, camp, horseback ride, snowmobile, cross-country ski, or snowshoe, Wasatch Mountain State Park offers it. Be sure to visit the next time you are in Utah.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)




Parking Pass

State Park Fee

Open Year-round



Large state park with countless recreation opportunities. Great in summer or winter.


Family friendly
Flushing toilets
Big vistas
Picnic tables
Horseback riding
Potable water
Covered picnic areas


Nearby Lodging + Camping


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