Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest | Wyoming Guide

The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache covers more than 2 million acres in northern and north-central Utah, with a sliver of 326 acres in the Uinta County of southwestern Wyoming. The forest has nine preserved regions — Desert Peak, High Uintas, Lone Peak, Mount Naomi, Mount Nemo, Mount Olympus, Mount Timpanogos, Twin Peaks, and the Wellsville Mountains Wilderness Areas. Otherwise, much of the forest is open to regulated grazing land for sheep and cattle and extremely selective logging. The forest, particularly the wilderness areas, is a favorite vacationing spot for people from local cities. Over a million people live and work within easy distance of the forest, yet it maintains a pristine quality that is unusual for primitive locations near densely populated areas. 

Shape Hiking Trails

Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest | Wyoming Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest | Wyoming

map-marker-alt-regular How to Get There

How to get to Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest | Wyoming

Address: 857 West South Jordan Parkway, South Jordan, UT 84095

Fee: Entry fee $0

RV campers find nearly a hundred organized campgrounds supported by the USFS with thousands of campsites within the forest. While most of the campsites are primitive, there are a few with electrical and water hookups. Dispersed camping, or boondocking, is allowed at designated sites alongside established roads. Local visitors often have a favorite spot from which they hike, fish, or hunt the area, and then they return to their RVs to spend a comfortable night before rising in the morning to do it again. Several scenic drives run through areas of the forest where RVs are welcome. Staying in an RV in this forest is a treat that you will want to repeat many times in the future.