North Fork Park is a 2600 acre camping and outdoor gem located in Liberty, Utah on the eastern side of the Wasatch Mountain Range. It is home to camping, Ogden Nordic (Nordic skiing & Snowshoeing), Sweaty Yeti fat bike race, Ropes Course, hiking & biking trails, Fat bike & mountain bike course, equestrian trails, educational outreach programs and the honor of holding an International Dark Sky designation. North Fork Park has four qualities that sets it apart from many other Dark Sky Parks: urban adjacency, intense focus on wildlife, an extensive outreach program and innovative public art incorporating dark skies themes. The combination of these characteristics results in a unique dark sky experience for the approximately 2.2 million people living along the adjacent Wasatch Front, for whom the park is easily accessible. It remains a wild and rustic place that aims to provide a dark nighttime refuge for humans and wildlife alike.
Park Amenities 6 large group areas with covered boweries; accommodates 200-300 people 181 individual camp sites Cold Water Campsites Cutler Flats Campsites Loop A, B and Corrals Campsites Middle Gate Campsites Mustang Flats Campsites Fire pits and picnic tables Running water Flushing toilets Trails for hiking and biking - Mules Back Trail, Mules Shoe Trail, Waterfall Trail, Bicentennial Trail, Ben Lomond Trail, North Fork Park Trail and many others. Volleyball poles and horseshoe pits at large group areas Horse corrals Camp host on site Handicap Facilities
Six large group sites: Old Bowery, View Bowery, Mustang Flats, East, Middle and West Boweries. $110/night for up to 50 people. Each has a pavilion and restroom (flush toilets).
Two smaller group sites: Corrals and South Bowery $60/night for up to 30 people. South Bowery has pavilion, Corrals does not.