Discover Your Paths

  • Birdwatching and Wildlife Observation

    Birdwatching and Wildlife Observation

    Peep the mule deer, elk, moose, bobcats, foxes, bears, mountain lions, coyotes, porcupines, and rabbits that call Morgan Valley home. If you’re an avid birder, look out for great horned owls, grebes, mud swallows, bald and golden eagles, ospreys, and loons.

  • Fishing


    Cast your line at Morgan Valley’s blue-ribbon spots for tiger trout, whitefish, pike, brook trout, Utah sucker, catfish, bass, crawfish, small-mouth bass, Kokanee salmon, and crawfish. Or head to Thousand Mile Tree or Lost Creek, one of Utah’s few wakeless reservoirs.

  • Hiking and Trail Running

    Hiking and Trail Running

    Trails for all ages span East Canyon State Park, Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Lost Creek State Park, and Morgan City. Determined pioneers forged many of these paths. Others are newly charted, showcasing the gorgeous views of the Wasatch Range and Salt Lake Valley.

  • Rifle Range

    Rifle Range

    Target practice or skeet shoot at the Morgan County Rifle Range.

Food in Morgan Valley

Adventuring strikes up an appetite. Explore great places to eat.

More Ways to Play Outdoors

With milder summers and super-snowy winters, seasonal offerings stretch longer than you might expect. Find more outdoor activities in Morgan Valley.