Rec report: June 1 |

Rec report: June 1

Park City Mountain Resort
Park City Mountain Resort has begun some summer operations. For information on upcoming events, go to or call 435-649-8111.

Deer Valley Resort
Deer Valley Resort begins summer operations on Friday, June 14. For information on upcoming activities, go to or call 435-649-1000.

Park City Golf Course
The Park City Golf Club is open for the season. For information and tee times, call 435-615-5800.

Soldier Hollow Golf
Soldier Hollow Golf Course is open for the season. For more information call 435-654-7442.

Crater Springs Golf
Crater Spring Golf Course is open for the season. For information about prices and tee times, call 435-654-5588.

Utah Olympic Park
The Utah Olympic Park has started its summer programming, with bobsled rides, extreme tubing, use of the drop tower and more. For a complete list of activities, hours and rates, visit

Basin Recreation
Basin Recreation is currently preparing trails for the summer season. Users are advised to stay off muddy trails until they have dried. Outdoor enthusiasts can stay up to date on trail conditions by visiting For trail information or maintenance concerns, email the Basin Trails Team at

Mountain Trails Foundation
The Mountain Trails Foundation maintains trails around Park City, including Round Valley. For trail information, maps and conditions, go to

Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
The Heber-Kamas Ranger District maintains trails and campgrounds in the Uinta Mountains east of Kamas. For information, visit for more information.

Road Status
Wolf Creek Pass has opened. Guardsman Pass and the Mirror Lake Highway remain closed. For more info, go to or call 435-783-4338. For more information on seasonal road closures go to

State Parks and Reservoirs
For information such as water temperature and current conditions at Jordanelle and Rockport state parks, visit For information on the Echo Reservoir, call 435-336-2247.

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