Lakes Near Midvale
It’s summertime so it’s time to start planning your upcoming summer adventure. If you’re looking for a fun destination, consider visiting a lake near Midvale. Lucky for you, when you come to Midvale you have lots of great spots when it comes to spending time on the lake.
There are many brilliant arguments for a getaway to a lake in Midvale this summer – the water is refreshing on hot days, relaxing summer entertainment such as boating, fishing or swimming. You’ll find that some lakes have beaches you can enjoy while building sandcastles with the family. Scan the local listings below and have a look the options from swimming lakes to all sports lakes for you and the family to visit.
Lakes Close to Midvale
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|16,465||We really try to make sure our data is 100% complete but sometimes we need help. If you can help us update any of the info on this page please get in touch via this button below!||Lake||Deer Creek Reservoir||Dam & scenic reservoir used for swimming, water skiing, boating, fishing & camping.||UT||84032||40.45||-111.50||40.445280-111.496152||4.60||128 reviews|
|16,540||We really try to make sure our data is 100% complete but sometimes we need help. If you can help us update any of the info on this page please get in touch via this button below!||Lake||Utah Lake||Large lake for boating, camping & water sports in summer plus winter ice skating, fishing & hockey.||UT||84601||40.21||-111.80||40.212965-111.802472||4.10||189 reviews|
|16,505||We really try to make sure our data is 100% complete but sometimes we need help. If you can help us update any of the info on this page please get in touch via this button below!||Lake||Hidden Lakes||UT||84604||40.39||-111.63||40.393376-111.627785||4.00||1 review|
|16,533||Lake||Jordanelle Reservoir||Recreational reservoir at Jordanelle State Park, popular for fishing, boating & shoreline camping.||UT||84032||40.62||-111.41||40.621501-111.409391||4.40||204 reviews|
|16,506||Lake||Emerald Lake||Wilderness trails lead to this striking glacier-fed lake surrounded by rugged mountain peaks.||UT||84604||40.39||-111.64||40.392700-111.640175||4.90||26 reviews|
|16,562||Lake||Battle Creek Debris Basin Reservoir||Pleasant Grove||UT||84062||40.36||-111.70||40.363286-111.702426||4.00||1 review|
|16,563||Lake||Grove Creek Debris Basin Reservoir||Pleasant Grove||UT||84062||40.37||-111.71||40.371619-111.714094||5.00||1 review|
|16,467||Lake||Forest Lake||UT||84049||40.51||-111.59||40.511325-111.585957||5.00||9 reviews|
|16,561||Lake||Manila Creek Pond||Pleasant Grove||UT||84062||40.40||-111.75||40.398634-111.750846||4.60||62 reviews|
|16,478||Lake||Bloods Lake||UT||84121||40.60||-111.55||40.601406-111.551115||4.60||80 reviews|
|16,507||Lake||Silver Lake Flat Reservoir||UT||84604||40.50||-111.66||40.502093-111.656384||4.60||99 reviews|
|16,480||Lake||Lake Catherine||UT||84121||40.58||-111.59||40.580750-111.593223||4.80||37 reviews|
|16,488||Lake||Pittsburg Lake||UT||84121||40.56||-111.62||40.558149-111.616512||4.90||11 reviews|
|16,484||Lake||Lake Mary||UT||84121||40.59||-111.59||40.588264-111.589683||4.90||78 reviews|
|16,555||Lake||Cecret Lake||Alpine lake at the end of a gentle hiking trail, known for seasonal wildflowers & moose spotting.||Alta||UT||84092||40.57||-111.62||40.570890-111.621916||4.70||96 reviews|
|16,481||Lake||Silver Lake||UT||84121||40.60||-111.59||40.604174-111.588938||4.80||116 reviews|
|16,486||Lake||Twin Lakes Reservoir||UT||84121||40.60||-111.60||40.597137-111.600117||4.90||21 reviews|
|16,504||Lake||Silver Glance Lake||UT||84604||40.53||-111.67||40.531596-111.670730||4.70||9 reviews|
|16,482||Lake||Lake Solitude||UT||84121||40.60||-111.60||40.603806-111.600117||4.70||26 reviews|
|16,474||Lake||Red Pine Lake||UT||84092||40.54||-111.69||40.543094-111.693275||4.80||56 reviews|
|16,477||Lake||Lake Desolation||UT||84121||40.66||-111.60||40.659717-111.602352||4.90||27 reviews|
|16,483||Lake||Lake Blanche||UT||84121||40.61||-111.69||40.605683-111.692529||4.90||78 reviews|
|16,487||Lake||Lake Lillian||UT||84121||40.60||-111.70||40.603634-111.697560||5.00||6 reviews|
|16,485||Lake||Lake Florence||UT||84121||40.61||-111.70||40.605066-111.696442||4.80||5 reviews|
|16,479||Lake||Dog Lake||UT||84121||40.67||-111.64||40.667137-111.639429||4.60||85 reviews|
|16,575||Fishing pond||Benson's Lake||Draper||UT||84020||F5J4+JJ Draper, Utah||Add place's phone number||40.48||-111.84||40.481587-111.843444||1702 Traverse Ridge Rd||5.00||5 reviews|
|16,464||Lake||Echo Reservoir||UT||84017||40.95||-111.41||40.947149-111.406722||4.50||185 reviews|
|16,578||Lake||Lower Bell Canyon Reservoir||Sandy||UT||84092||40.56||-111.80||40.564813-111.795375||4.90||28 reviews|
|16,574||Lake||Sunset Pond||Draper||UT||84020||40.54||-111.87||40.535780-111.869341||4.40||12 reviews|
|16,471||Lake||Jordan Valley Water Purification Reservoir||UT||84065||40.47||-111.96||40.470358-111.963614|
|16,560||Lake||Riverton City Fishing Pond||Riverton||UT||84065||40.50||-111.97||40.501728-111.969762||4.00||12 reviews|
|16,476||Lake||Mountain Dell Reservoir||UT||84108||40.76||-111.72||40.755379-111.717496||4.00||7 reviews|
|16,470||Lake||East Canyon Reservoir||UT||84050||40.91||-111.59||40.907789-111.590056||4.40||80 reviews|
|16,572||Lake||Oquirrh Lake||South Jordan||UT||84009||40.55||-112.00||40.549725-112.002552||4.40||107 reviews|
|16,556||Lake||Hills Ponds||Millcreek||UT||84107||40.68||-111.87||40.681632-111.874186||3.00||2 reviews|
|16,549||Lake||Baskin Reservoir||Salt Lake City||UT||84108||40.74||-111.82||40.741902-111.819777||5.00||1 review|
|16,580||Lake||Millrace Park Pond||Taylorsville||UT||84123||40.66||-111.92||40.655162-111.923139||4.70||11 reviews|
|16,573||Lake||Elaine Lake, MA||West Jordan||UT||84088||J26H+2Q West Jordan, Utah||(801) 282-2677||40.61||-111.97||40.610117-111.970482||3354 7800 S||5.00||1 review|
|16,475||Lake||Red Butte Reservoir||UT||84103||40.78||-111.81||40.778586-111.809535||4.00||4 reviews|
|16,548||Lake||Mount Olivet Reservoir||Salt Lake City||UT||84102||40.76||-111.85||40.758023-111.847146|
|16,550||Lake||A & H Sing & Tape||Salt Lake City||UT||84115||(801) 487-7424||40.72||-111.90||40.717735-111.898592|
|16,463||Lake||Kennecott Eastside Leaching Reservoir||UT||84006||40.56||-112.08||40.564169-112.083966||5.00||1 review|
|16,552||Lake||Decker Lake||West Valley City||UT||84119||40.71||-111.95||40.710226-111.951504||4.00||8 reviews|
|16,469||Lake||Farmington Lake||UT||84050||40.98||-111.82||40.975170-111.817547||4.50||19 reviews|
|16,571||Lake||Settlement Canyon Reservoir||Tooele||UT||84074||40.51||-112.29||40.509917-112.293914||4.10||94 reviews|
|16,472||Lake||Rush Lake||Shallow 5-sq.-mi. post–Ice Age saltwater lake at nearly 5,000 ft., edged by mountains in a valley.||UT||84071||40.44||-112.38||40.441055-112.384395||2.40||7 reviews|
|16,557||Fishing pond||Bountiful Lake||Woods Cross||UT||84087||W34J+M5 Woods Cross, Utah||https://utahfishinginfo.com||Add place's phone number||40.91||-111.92||40.906727-111.919617||1275 W 1600 N||4.30||407 reviews||6AM–10PM||6AM–10PM||6AM–10PM||6AM–10PM||6AM–10PM||6AM–10PM||6AM–10PM|
|16,551||Lake||Baileys Lake||Salt Lake City||UT||84116||40.81||-112.05||40.809170-112.054344||1.00||1 review|
|16,468||Lake||Smith Creek Lakes||UT||84050||41.05||-111.84||41.053292-111.841674||4.30||3 reviews|
|16,579||Fishing pond||Kaysville ponds||Kaysville||UT||84037||23F5+FX Kaysville, Utah||https://wildlife.utah.gov||Add place's phone number||41.02||-111.94||41.023668-111.940016||4.40||110 reviews||5AM–10PM||5AM–10PM||5AM–10PM||5AM–10PM||5AM–10PM||5AM–10PM||5AM–10PM|
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A day trip to the lake, or a longer getaway gives you a nearly boundless list of activities for families, couples, or even those seeking some quality alone time.
Every getaway on or in the water offers you a full range of activities from thrilling to chilling.
Swimming. The swimming lakes near Midvale provide tons of fun and excitement for the youngsters, or all the physical activity that an exercise junky could want in between getting that perfect golden tan. If you want to spend time swimming and on the beach you’ll want to be sure your lake has a sandy beach and a designated swimming area prior to packing the car and the family! You know as well as we do that a swimming pool doesn’t hold a candle to a glorious public beach!
Partake in some water sports. If you’ve got access to a fast boat, why not get out on the water and start flying around the water showing off your water sports skills? Hit the water and go wakeboarding or knee boarding as the all sports lakes offer you all kinds of choices.
Fishing. For those that love to fish, you shouldn’t have too much trouble finding a good fishing spot to help you reel in a day of fun whether you’re drifting behind a trolling motor or tossing a line in from the dock.
Lake Getaway Prep
A day at the lake can honestly be all over the map depending on which lake you choose, the season, and your plan of attack. For your convenience we’ve assembled a rundown of some of the most common lake and beach-related necessities that you can use as a checklist for your getaway.
Common lake items
If the plan is to be in the sun for most of the vacation, the list below should be an excellent starting point when it comes to the necessities that you’ll be happy to have on hand.
- UV protection
- A cooler and drinks
- Backup clothes
- Insect repellant
- Cords and a charger for portable devices
- Eye protection, a hat, or both
- Plastic grocery bags (for trash and/or wet clothes)
- Something to dry off with
- Bluetooth speaker
More lake items
Depending on what you’ll be doing at the lake and who will be joining you, the items below might also prove useful and adding to your checklist prior to leaving.
- Fishing gear
- Something to clean up with like sanitizers or wet wipes
- Fishing and boating licenses
- Rafts and floaties
- Something to read
- Diapers (if a baby’s on board)
- Tackle box
- Masks and snorkels
- Worms or other bait
Staying Safe on a Lake
Yes, being on the water can make for a memorable day, safety should be top of mind. These safety tips can ensure that your whole group are always safe on the water.
- Don’t swim alone
- Have an escape plan for what to do if you get stuck on a boat that capsizes or tips over
- Make sure you have a life jacket for every person on the boat
- Avoid alcohol consumption before swimming, as it can impair judgment and result in drowning
- Regularly apply sunblock throughout the day – following the product’s instructions
- Avoid plants that can sting or cause allergic reactions
- Avoid swimming near rocks or shallow water areas that may not be deep enough to dive underneath and escape from waves
More Ideas for Lake Fun
When you make a trip to the fabulous lakes near Midvale, you’ll want to remember a couple critical items that can make your weekend gameplan substantially more successful. As an example, every lake near Midvale has their own qualities which makes it important to take into account what you need to make an enjoyable getaway as you plan yours.
- Pay attention to the beaches. Early, mid, or late season, sometimes beaches may be swarmed with tourists. To find more space to yourself, do some digging on a variety of nearby beaches and lakes to learn about how busy they are if you want a more relaxing vibe. If you want to be where the party’s at, search out the biggest, most happening beach!
- No boat, no problem. It’s common that lakes will have nearby marinas where you can rent a boat. Boats are expensive to own, but a rental will still allow you to enjoy a relaxing day of fishing or taking the kids out for some wakeboarding or tubing. Using a search engine can usually help you locate several places that can hook you up with the right vessel.
- Maximize the best local resources. When there’s time for a lengthier getaway, find local recreational areas, state parks, and campgrounds that offer the option to stay directly on the water at an affordable price.