About the Area

Kamas, Utah

Kamas is a quiet, rural town of about 2,000 people with access to some of the best summer and winter recreation in the country. Kamas also boasts a variety of restaurants and diners in town all within walking distance. For more information about Kamas and its surroundings, visit this site.

 

Eating Out

There are several great restaurants in town including: Hi-Mountain, Mirror Lake Diner, or Gateway Grille.

Outdoor Activities
Kamas is known as the gateway to the Uintahs and Mirror Lake, and is within driving distance of the Uinta Wilderness and the Uintah-Wasatch National Forest. During the winter, snowmobiling as well as downhill and cross-country skiing is just 20 minutes away in Park City.

Shopping
There are many popular outlets in Park City. This is a comprehensive list of shopping options in downtown Park City.

Hiking

There are plenty of relaxing hikes nearby with amazing mountain scenery, such as the trails in Jordanelle State Park, or off of Mirror Lake campground.

Salt Lake City

Utah’s capital, Salt Lake City is forty-five minutes away from Kamas. This town is home to the largest community of Latter Day Saints in the world. There are many cultural sites here, including religious landmarks, museums, and parks.

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