State Park - Utah
Wasatch Mountain State Park is located in the northern part of Utah within the Wasatch Back area on the north and west edges of the Heber Valley in Wasatch County near the city of Midway. Wasatch Mountain State Park is Utah's most developed state park. Named for the Wasatch Mountains, the park sits at an elevation of 5,900 feet (1,800 m). Wildlife in the park includes deer, elk, wild turkeys, and moose. Although the southern part of Wasatch Mountain State Park is adjacent to the northeast part of Deer Creek State Park, the two parks do not have a common border.
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