Located 17 miles south of Park City, Heber City is a mid-size community known for its year-round outdoor activities in the Wasatch and Uinta Mountain Ranges and unique historic attractions.
Situated between Wasatch and Uinta National Forests, Heber City, Utah is a perfect place for year-round outdoor activities. Snowmobilers and skiers descend on this small community in wintertime and summer brings visitors to nearby mountain ranges. Local guides provide everything from aerial tours to combined horseback rides and fishing trips and the town offers historic museums, family dining, and accommodations.
Heber City, UT is located off US-189 S/US-40, just north of Deer Creek Reservoir.
Lodging and Services
Heber City’s mountain lodges and cabins attract skiers, snowboarders and snowmobilers during winter. Town-based hotels and private RV parks and campgrounds are also located nearby.
Enjoy mainly American fare at local resort grills, family dining venues, and cafes.
Heber City activities mainly take place in the nearby Wasatch and Uinta Mountains. The alpine landscape is perfect for all types of summer activities including hiking, ATV-ing, horseback riding, cycling and fishing.
In the winter, Herber City is a bedroom community for those visiting area ski resorts. Guided snowmobile tours and cross-country skiing are also popular activities.
Visit Heber Valley Aero Museum and Herber Valley Historic Railroad Museum or journey down Alpine Scenic Drive for views of Mt. Timpanogos or Cascade Springs Scenic Backway for panoramic views of Heber Valley.
Park City to Heber City is just an easy 25 minute drive south. Begin by traveling northeast on UT-248 for 3 miles before turning right onto US-189 S/US-40 south for 13 miles.
Along the way, stop at Jordanelle State Park for a short hike or water-based activities. As you continue, you’ll enjoy great views of the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains.