There are many access points along the length of the Wasatch Plateau.
Soldier Summit - Highway 96 (4 miles toward Price from Soldier Summit)
Tucker - Skyline Drive (Forest Road 150)
Indianola - Indianola Canyon Road
Fairview - Fairview Canyon (Highway 31)
Mount Pleasant - Mt Pleasant Canyon
Spring City - Spring City Canyon
Ephraim - Ephraim Canyon Road (State Road 29)
Manti - Manti Canyon Road
Sterling - 6 Mile Canyon Road
Mayfield - 12 Mile Canyon Road
Salina/Redmond - Willow Creek Road
Huntington - Highway 31
Castle Dale - State Road 29
Emery - Forest Road 0044
runs north-to-south along the entire Western backbone between and even on top of the highest peaks in the range.
is the only paved road that transects the range east-to-west between Fairview and Huntington.
State Road 29 is a dirt road that transects the range east-to-west between Ephraim and Castle Dale.
Highway 31 Snowmobile Area
Almost all of the mountain range is managed by the US Forest Service.
High Wasatch Plateau
All along the roads that enter the range are primitive campsites. Below are some official campgrounds organized by region.
Joe's Valley Region
- An extremely popular area for bouldering, fishing, boating.
Lower Joe's Valley
Upper Joe's Valley
- 50 single family sites, several large group sites (Max 50-150 people)
South Region (South of State Road 29)
North Region (North of Highway 31)
Huntington Canyon (Highway 31)
Old Folks Flat
- 8 single family campsites, 5 group sites (Max 20, 50, 60 people)
- 2 group sites (Max 30 people in 1 site, 50 in the other)
Little Bear Group
- 2 large group sites (Max 50 people, 15 vehicles each)
State ParksMillsite State Park
- Water sports, 20 campsites
Scofield State Park
- Water sports, fishing, snowmobiling. 2 campgrounds; unknown number of sites.