The Heber Valley Railroad may well be the Valley's biggest and most celebrated attraction, but it's far from the only attraction. There are a number of different things to do in the area that have become some of Utah’s most well-known attractions. The Heber Valley features sightseeing, museums, spas, art, entertainment, state parks, and many other world-class activities. If you are looking for the best of Heber City, Midway, and Heber Valley, you have come to the right place.
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The Timpanogos Valley Theater is a fantastic display of local talent. Every year, the company puts on two shows and a children's theater production.
For an old fashioned outdoor skating experience that's fun for the whole family visit the Midway City Ice rink. Prices are $7 for Adults, $5 for Children 12 and under, and Skate Rentals $3.
On gentler terrain, where surrounding mountains slope away to the valley floor, lies the 18-hole Lake Course.
One of the most popular attractions in Heber Valley is the historic Heber Valley Railroad.
On a hot summer day, Deer Creek Reservoir is the perfect place to cool off. Scenic Deer Creek is situated at the base of Mount Timpanogos in the southwest corner of Heber Valley. Daily canyon winds create ideal conditions for sailing and wind-surfing.
The AQUA x ZONE is an inflatable water sports park that sits atop the Jordanelle Reservoir. It consists of a variety of obstacles that can test people of all skills types. The modular course allows you to pick a path, easy or hard. You can run, jump, swing and swim. Whether you are 6, 60 or anywhere in between, you are certain to have an amazing time.
Towering 55-feet tall, this beehive shaped, geo-thermal hotpot is filled with 90 degree mineral water.
Soldier Hollow in Wasatch Mountain State Park near Midway offers the longest tubing lanes in Utah at 1200 ft.
The Gold course is a spectacular mountain course with significant elevation changes throughout.