Last Updated: 4/15/2024

Spring Season is upon us at Wasatch Mountain State Park!

  • GOLF UPDATE: Wasatch Lake Course is Open. Soldier Hollow Silver Course is Open.
  • Camping is open at Soldier Hollow in the new loops. Camp hosts are onsite to assist you. Fees are reduced throughout April. $25 per night.
  • Camping in the Cottonwood Loop is open and camp hosts are onsite to assist you. Fees are reduced throughout April. $20 per night.
  • Hiking and Biking Trails are a mix of snow/mud/dirt. Please travel responsibly.


  • Water has been turned off to the Pine Creek Campground. The restroom near the cabins is open.
  • Cottonwood Loop: OPEN
  • Mahogany Loop: Closed
  • Oak Hollow Loop: Closed
  • Little Deer Creek: Closed
  • Soldier Hollow Group Pavilion: Closed

Soldier Hollow Loops :

  • Soldier Hollow Loop: OPEN April 1, 2024.
  • Chalet Loop: OPEN April 1, 2024.

Sites are Full-Hookup and $60 per night. We are taking reservations for Spring of 2024.

OHV Trails are snowy and not open. Please respect the privilege to ride and stay on the trail.

  • Click here to learn more about tree removal near the Chalet at Wasatch Mountain State Park. 
  • Camping Reservations are available 16 weeks in advance and are limited to a 14-day stay in a 30-day time frame.  Reserve your spot online or call the reservation office at 800-322-3770. Our cabin rentals remain available through the winter season and reservations can be made online or over the phone with Reserve America. Cabin rentals are also on a 4-month reservation window. Our group use areas are able to be reserved 11 months in advance.
  • Pine Canyon, Tibble Fork, and Snake Creek roads are open. Alpine Loop is open.

Day-Use Fees Remain In Effect Year Round. Please make sure to display a valid day-use permit or Annual Park Pass 
  • Non- Senior – $10/car up to 8 people
  • Senior (65+) – $5/car up to 8 people
  • If need to pay by credit card please visit and select Wasatch Mountain State Park. Or stop at the visitor center to pay the fee

Welcome to Wasatch Mountain State Park

Enjoy Wasatch Mountain State Park year-round. Camp in the Pine Creek Campground, reserve a tee time at one of the four popular 18-hole golf courses or hike, bike, ATV or horseback ride on miles of mountain trails. In winter months, ski, snowshoe or snowmobile through the alpine terrain.

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The Friends of Wasatch Mountain State Park — Join Us, Become a Member or Donate!

The Friends of Wasatch Mountain State Park (The Friends) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. The Friends works with the Park staff to agree on projects and events that need funding contributions and are win-win for the Park, our community, and visitors. The Friends raises funds through memberships/sponsorships, donations, and fund raising events.

The Friends of Wasatch Mountain State Park Mission is to preserve and protect the historical and ecological integrity of Wasatch Mountain State Park and to promote the development of responsible recreational oppportunities and facilities for present and future generations.

Joining The Friends is a great way to meet a community of like-minded residents who enjoy recreating in the Park, using the Park’s facilities and want the Park to thrive. The Park is a 23,000 acre preserve of recreational opportunities and facilities, and it takes more than state funding for the Park to continue as a Heber Valley gem for generations to come.

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