- Oakley is just a 30 minute drive northeast from Park City.
- Plan your visit during the annual rodeo and July 4th celebration.
- Fish or take a scenic drive along the Weber River.
- Explore Wasatch National Forest and Weber Cottonwood Recreation Site.
- Stay in campgrounds, RV parks, resorts and surrounding communities.
Situated at 6500 feet, Oakley is a gateway to the higher reaches of the Uinta Mountains. Thousands of visitors descend on this small town every summer for the annual PRCA rodeo and July 4th Celebration. Lying near Wasatch National Forest, Weber Cottonwood Recreation Site, and the Weber River, outdoor activities are endless.
Oakley, UT is located off US Route 32 in the Kamas Valley.
Oakley is a town of just around 1000 people and many accommodation venues are nearby campgrounds, resorts, lodges, and hotels and motels in surrounding communities. However, be sure to get a meal at the roadside diner.
One of the best times to visit Oakley is during the annual rodeo. Enjoy good food and entertainment as brave cowgirls and cowboys display their riding and roping abilities.
Visitors can play in Wasatch National Forest year-round. Popular activities include horseback riding, camping, hiking, fishing, and sight-seeing.
In the winter, snowshoe, cross-country ski and snowmobile in acres of snow-covered terrain.
Follow the Weber River on a scenic tour down Weber Canyon Road and pause for photographs of the stunning scenery. Spin and fly fisherman can also hook into some trout in the river’s pools and riffles.
Recreate to exhaustion in Wasatch National Forest and Weber Cottonwood Recreation Site. And don’t forget to pack your cowboy hat for the July 4th rodeo festivities.
Oakley, Utah is located 17 miles northeast of Park City.
From Park City, travel northeast on UT-248 for five miles before continuing east on State Route 189 and State Route 196 for five miles. Turn right onto UT-32 S and travel another 4 miles.