Experience the adrenaline rush that only comes from kiteboarding! With consistently reliable winds at Deer Creek State Park & Reservoir, world-class kite boarders spend hours on the water while spectators and passersby stop to watch these fun athletes and recreationalists. The convenient location and access can be found on the southeast corner of Deer Creek Reservoir where US-Hwy 189 and Hwy 113 meet. Look for the orange wind sock and park along the fence line. Then walk the short distance to the calm waters along the shoreline and join the others riding the waters and the winds. You're likely to make fast friends as most of the recreationalists are locals who visit this location regularly.
And in the winter, snowkiting is the name of the game for these adrenaline lovers!
Presently, only one official and local vendor - Uinta Kiting - is permitted to teach at this state park, so newbies are in good hands when they take to the water for a lesson with any of these experienced guides.