One of Utah’s most beautiful towns, Midway is the place to build. Midway is nestled against the Wasatch back with amazing landscapes and clean air. There is always something to do with plenty of recreational opportunities. Explore Midways many biking or hiking trails, golf courses, fishing, horseback riding, and skiing are just to name a few. Midway is home of the Wasatch Mountains State Park.
Swiss Days in Midway is great entertainment every year with a parade, craft booths, food and drinks a time when the whole community gets together. Midway is definitely a family friendly town! Below are some
The area was visited by trapper Etienne Provost in 1824. The whole valley became known as Provo or upper Provo with the local river also named for him. Later on, the town became known as Midway City. The first real settlers came in 1858 when a road was opened through Provo Canyon. A few small communities began called the Upper and Lower Settlements. One of these was later named Mound City.