Wasatch Mountain State Park

Wasatch Mtn State Park

Main Attractions
This state park offers 2 very popular golf complexes, one called Wasatch Mountain and one called Solider Hollow. In addition, it is a popular place for winter sports and camping.

Location
Located adjacent to the town of Midway, about 50 miles east and south of Salt Lake City.

Contact Information
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

Seasons/Open Hours
Open year-round, 8:00 am � 5:00 pm
Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day

Entrance Fees
Day use fee is $5 per vehicle (Does not include golf)
$3 per vehicle with a Utah senior 62+
$75 annual day-use passes are available at the park
$35 Senior Adventure (annual) Passes

Description
This is one of Utah's most popular state parks. It is located close to Salt Lake City and offers beautiful scenery and year-round activities. Here you can golf, hike, bike, camp, horseback ride, snowmobile, cross-country ski, and snowshoe. During warmer months, reserve a tee time at the popular Wasatch Mountain and Soldier Hollow golf courses. In winter, ski or snowmobile through the alpine terrain.

Activities
Golf
Hiking
Biking
Camping
Horseback riding
Snowmobiling
Cross-country skiing
Snowshoeing
Off highway vehicle riding

Camping
Facilities include 139 campsites. The Cottonwood loop has sites with full RV hookups and sites with water and power only. All sites in the Mahogany loop offer full hook-ups. Oak Hollow has electricity and water only. Sites are back-in and pull-through and can accommodate RVs up to 45 feet. Tents are only allowed in Oak Hollow.

This park offers a group camping area.

Camping Reservations
Online: ReserveAmerica
800-322-3770 (toll-free from outside the Salt Lake City area)
801-322-3770 (from within the Salt Lake City area)

Facilities
Visitor Center
Equipment rental
Golf courses
Pro shop
Campground
group camping area
Modern restrooms
Showers
RV hookups
RV Dump station
Picnic areas
Day use pavilion
Trials system
Concessions

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