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NORTH FORK PARK

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4150 EAST 5950 NORTH, LIBERTY, UTAH 84310

North Fork Park is a 2600-acre camping and outdoor destination located on the eastern side of the Wasatch Mountains. In addition to camping, Nordic activities (courtesy of Ogden Nordic), hiking, bike and horse trails, North Fork is an International Dark Sky destination. 

North Fork Park opens the first weekend of May (weather permitting) and closes mid October. *Water will be turned off mid October, depending on weather conditions and temperatures. Please call 801-399-8230 for closure information.

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CAMPING

DAY PICNICKING WILL ONLY BE PERMITTED IN DESIGNATED AREAS; THERE ARE TWO AREAS IN MULESHOE & MULES EAR JUNCTION, AND TWO AREAS IN THE LOWER N.E. CORNER OF CUTLER FLATS.

INDIVIDUAL CAMP SITES

North Fork Park offer approximately 132 individual camp sites in 5 different areas (Cold Water, Cutler Flats, Loop A/B/Corrals, Middle Gate and Mustang Flats). Fire pits, picnic tables, running water and nearby flushing toilets can be found at these campsites. There are camp hosts on-site near the south and middle entrances. Horse corrals and limited ADA facilities are available. Individual sites are available on a first come, first serve basis. No reservations.

GROUP CAMP SITES

There are six large group sites all with covered pavilions and restrooms with flushing toilets that can accommodate approximately 50 people. There are also two smaller group sites with nearby restrooms that can accommodate approximately 30 people. Each group site has a firepit and picnic tables. Reservations are required for group sites. 

CAMP SITE MAPS:

Middle Gate

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Cold Water Canyon

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Loop A/B/Corrals

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Cutler Flats

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Mustang Flats

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HIKING, BIKING AND HORSE TRAILS

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Courtesy Trails Foundation Northern Utah

YURTS AT NORTH FORK

NEW IN 2022!

Weber County Parks and Recreation is excited to announce the addition of yurts to North Fork Park's vast list of amenities. The yurts were funded by grants through R.A.M.P. and Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation.  

There are three yurts named after trees that are found native to North Fork Park; Aspen, Elderberry and White Fir. Each yurt includes two bunks, one double bed, picnic table and stove. A common pavilion and fire pit are found outside the three structures. 

Yurts can be rented individually or as a group. During the winter, the yurts are rented through Ogden Nordic with firewood provided. Firewood is not provided for summer rentals. The park offers full accessibility to the yurts in the summer, however during winter months they can only be accessed by Nordic skiing, fat bike or snowshoes. There is a two-night minimum.

 

Please call 801-399-8230 to reserve. 

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NORDIC ACTIVITIES

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Cross Country (Nordic) Skiing, Snowshoeing and Fat Biking are offered courtesy of Ogden Nordic, a winter trails venue located in North Fork Park. Ogden Nordic is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote these activities in Northern Utah.

 

The organization grooms approximately 15-20 miles of trails for Nordic Skiing and approximately 10 miles for snowshoeing and fat biking. In addition to the trails, Ogden Nordic operates a top-level, PSIA-certified ski school. 

For more information, please visit Ogden Nordic's website at www.ogdennordic.com

INTERNATIONAL DARK SKY PARK

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North Fork Park is one of nine International Dark Sky Parks in the state of Utah. Outreach programs, innovative public art, an intense wildlife focus and urban adjacency sets North Fork apart from the others. 

The International Dark-Sky Association is the recognized authority and lead combatant of light pollution worldwide. The IDA designated North Fork Park as a Dark Sky Park in 2015. For more information on Dark-Sky Parks, please visit www.darksky.org

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OCTOBER 7-9, 2022 | NORTH FORK PARK

PRESENTED BY: 
G.O.A.L. Foundation
Weber County Parks and Recreation
Trails Foundation Northern Utah