Midway, situated between several parks and recreation areas, make it the ideal base location for outdoor recreation. Camping, hiking, fishing and many more activities are near at hand in Deer Creek State Park to the south, Wasatch Mountain State Park to the east, Jordanelle State Park to the north, and Wasatch National Forest to the west.
The town of Midway provides year-round services and amenities and hosts the annual Midway Swiss Days every Labor Day weekend. Dog lovers will also enjoy the Soldier Hollow Sheepdog Classic events.
Midway lies between the Wasatch and Uinta Mountain Ranges in the Heber Valley, just a few miles north of Deer Creek Reservoir off US-189/US-40.
Midway is one of many communities in the Heber Valley that provide excellent services for visitors. Travelers have their choice of luxury resorts and spas, bed and breakfasts, inns, and campgrounds. Dining options include quaint cafes, grills and ethnic cuisine that include Mexican and Swiss fare.
Most of the activities found around Midway are associated with the Wasatch-Uinta Mountain Ranges. Nearby reservoirs are perfect for boating, swimming, water-skiing and fishing. Hundreds of camping areas are located in the vicinity and land-based activities include everything from cross-country skiing to snowmobiling, hiking, and rail and road tours.
Deer Creek Reservoir and State Park is just a few miles south of Midway and is a haven for boaters, windsurfers, campers and fisherman. $10 for day use. Overnight camping fees average around $15 - $25.
Find your inner yodeler at the annual Labor Day weekend Midway Swiss Days. Enjoy great food from visiting vendors, a parade, yodeling, music and entertainment, craft booths, a road race, and more.
During winter, spend a few days at Soldier Hollow Cross-Country Ski Resort and enjoy groomed trails and designated snowshoeing and tubing areas. Soldier Hollow also hosts the annual Sheepdog Championships and draws thousands of fans and dog lovers for this international event.
From Park City, travel 3 miles on UT-248 E before merging onto US-189 S/US-40 E and continue another 9.3 miles. Turn right onto River Road and continue for approximately 4 miles to Midway, UT.