Uinta Wasatch Cache National Forest

Salt Lake Ranger District

Summer or winter, if you're looking for a beautiful place to get away from the city and play in Utah, the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest is it.  Comprised of beautiful canyons, soaring peaks, pristine hidden lakes, rivers and streams, the views will take your breath away.  The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache is also home to some of the world's premier ski areas.  Fishermen enjoy the trout-stocked rivers and streams.  Campers come here from across the country to hike, mountain bike, ride horses, boat, swim, ski, sled, and enjoy the natural beauty of these rugged mountains.

The Salt Lake Ranger District is divided into the following geographical areas:

Bountiful Peak

Cottonwood Canyons

Grantsville

 

Bountiful Peak

 

Mueller Park Group Picnic

Located five miles from Bountiful, Mueller Park has an elevation of 5400 feet.  Set in a large meadow along a stream, it has 19 single sites and 3 group sites.  Campers come here to hike and visit nearby amusement parks. 

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Bountiful Peak Campground

Bountiful Peak Campground and Picnic Area is located 9 miles from Bountiful at an elevation of 7500 feet.  Set in a conifer forest with views of the Great Salt Lake, this campground has 40 sites.   Campers come here to fish, hike, bike, and hunt. 

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Sunset Campground

Sunset Campground has 9 single sites and 1 double site for overnight camping.  There are also 2, 25-person, picnic-only sites for groups.

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