Insiders Guide – Hidden Heber Valley Local Guide
This is the hidden Heber Valley you really want to know, from cool under-the-radar attractions to freebies and small-town indulgences, these exclusive insider tips will have you walking and talking like a true Heber local.
Midway Farmers Market & Heber Market on Main
Enjoy the season’s bounty, sunshine and socializing at the Midway Farmers Market, every Saturday morning from June to October. Along with fresh local produce from neighborhood farms, you will also find local vendors selling handcrafted goods and delicious eats and treats. Make your way to the Heber Market on Main Street on Thursday evenings, this weekly summertime event is where visitors and locals gather to enjoy local food, handcrafted goods and live music.
Surrounded by rolling hills and majestic mountain peaks, The Jordanelle Hailstone Camping area offers picturesque camping with hundreds of campsites available for tent camping as well as trailer and RV camping. Camping at the Jordanelle is outdoor fun for all with swimming, boating, hiking and fishing all just steps away from your site.
This old-school neighborhood cinema offers family-friendly movies and new releases, while giving patrons a small-town movie experience. You will love Corner Store treats, a nostalgic ice cream parlor which features their own premium ice cream and homemade creations.
Dark Skies Community
Heber Valley is focused on being a true dark skies community and the town has codes to restrict light pollution, as well as adjusting street lighting. With Jordanelle State Park and Wasatch State Park both committed to being “Dark Skies Certified,” enjoy magnificent starry nights all around the valley.
Kohler Creamery & Heber Valley Artisan Cheese
Nothing says Heber like the Kohler Creamery and Heber Valley Artisan Cheese. This family-owned and operated working farm is the crown jewel of this town. Come take part in the cheese tasting on the 2nd Friday of every month, or indulge in another local favorite: Aggie Ice Cream.
Fishing on Strawberry Reservoir, Jordanelle and Deer Creek
The best fishing spots with opportunities to catch some of the state’s biggest trout, plus smallmouth bass and walleye in the Heber Valley are at Strawberry Reservoir, Jordanelle and Deer Creek , which are all spillways for the award-winning Provo River.