Wasatch National Forest
Wastach National Forest has everything for a Park City, Utah vacation, including swimming, hiking, fishing, driving the scenic roads and plenty of opportunity to spot wildlife. Winter provides a wide variety of snowy fun. Skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing are among the favorite winter activities.
When coming to the Park City area in summer, there are a number of public campgrounds where you can stay to get up close to nature. Public campgrounds near Park City offer amenities that are sure to please, with lots of outdoor recreation right close by. You can camp on a lake, by a mountain stream or in the thick of the forest. Both developed, undeveloped and backcountry camping is available. If you want to make reservations, you can call 877-444-6777.
Length of Stay
Maximum length of stay in this national forest is typically 14 days.
To find campgrounds in the Park City area (Heber/Kamas Ranger District), visit Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest website.
The campgrounds in Wasatch National Forest are open typically from May or June to September or October.
Fees for camping range from $10 to $17 per night, depending on facilities provided.