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Nestled against the property line of the Uinta National Forest at an elevation of 7,230 feet, visitors will experience Sub Alpine levels of foliage including Rocky Mountain Juniper, Quaking Aspens, Colorado Blue Spruce and Lodge Pole pines with Narrow Leaf Cottonwood trees along the Provo Deer Creek drainage. Surrounded in Oak Brush with patches of Choke Cherry and Willows Little Deer Creek is in a remote mountain setting. It can be dusty in late season and bugs tend to be a problem mid to late summer.
Little Deer Creek campground is part of Wasatch Mountain State Park which consists of about 23,000 acres. Golfing, camping, picnicking, hiking, mountain bike and horseback riding are popular warm weather activities. Winter brings snowmobilers, snowshoeing enthusiasts, and cross-country skiers.
Each campsite has a potable water spigot, picnic table, fire pit, and barbeque grill. There is no electricity or showers available in this area. There is one central restroom available with flush toilets.
75 miles of dirt roads and trails is available for off road enthusiasts. The closest town is Midway and is about 10 miles away. There you will find gas stations, a grocery store, restaurants and shops.