- Wasatch Mountain SP is located 26 miles south of Park City near the town of Midway.
- Hike, horseback ride, camp, snowmobile and more.
- Winter recreation includes cross-country skiing and tubing at Solider Hollow.
- During summer, swing your clubs at Soldier Hollow or Wasatch Mountain Golf Courses.
- $5 for day use.
Wasatch Mountain State Park is a year-round destination for those who love playing amidst alpine landscapes. During summer, park visitors can golf, hike, mountain bike, horseback ride, and camp. During winter, the 2002 Olympic skiing venue, Soldier Hollow, is open for cross-country skiing, tubing, and other snow sports.
The park is located 27 miles south of Park City, off US-40 near the town of Midway, UT. Approximate driving time is 55 minutes.
From Park City travel 3 miles on UT-248 E then merge onto US-40 E and continue 9 miles. Turn right onto River Road and follow for 4 miles before turning right onto E 100 N (1 mile) then left on N Center St (.4 miles) before turning right at Tate Lane and continuing for a half mile. Turn right onto Stringtown Rd and then left onto Cascade Spring Dr/State Route 220 and continue following Cascade Spring Dr until you reach the park entrance.
Open year-round except for Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Open daily from 8 am – 5 pm.
Day Use Fee
$5 per vehicle
$75 annual passes available
Wasatch Mountain State Park
PO Box 10
Midway, UT 84049-0010
Visitor Center - (435) 654-1791
Wasatch Golf - (435) 654-0532
Soldier Hollow Golf - (435) 654-7442
- Camping - The park contains several camping areas including group sites, primitive sites, and RV locations. The park also features a chalet available for outings. Overnight camping fees range from $14-$30 and most feature hook-ups. Group use fees vary. Reservations available.
- Golfing - Play a round of golf with Mount Timpanogos in the background when you swing your clubs at Soldier Hollow - featuring the Gold and Silver Courses - or at Wasatch Mountain - featuring the Mountain and Lake Courses.
- Trails - Strap on your hiking boots, saddle your horse, or grab your mountain bike and head for the trails. With more than 22,000 acres to explore, and peaks hovering near the 6,000 feet mark, you’re sure to get some great views.
- Off Highway Vehicle Riding - Many trails in and around the park are open for OHV riding. Be sure to double-check maps and trail heads before heading out.
- Soldier Hollow - Soldier Hollow features a 31-kilometer trail system for cross-country and Nordic skiing. The 2002 Olympic winter games were held here and for good reason – views are incredible and visitors can snowshoe, ski, take a sleigh ride, or enjoy the tubing park during winter.
- Snowmobiling - Wasatch SP maintains miles of groomed snowmobile trails making this sport one of the parks most popular wintertime activities.
Two historic areas are located in the park – Historic Tate Barn and Huber Grove. Both locations are important landmarks and symbols for the Heber Valley. Be sure to check them out!