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The population of Midway is approximately 3,746 (2009), 3845 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 1,000 (2000), 1276 (2010).

The amount of land area in Midway is 8.7 sq. kilometers.
The amount of land area in Midway is 3.3 sq. miles.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Midway to Washington DC is 1894 miles. The distance to the Utah state capital is 32 miles. (as the crow flies)
Midway is positioned 40.51 degrees north of the equator and 111.47 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Midway elevation is 5,584 feet above sea level.
Midway per capita income is $29,294 (2009).
Midway median income is $67,144 (2009).

The Midway median home price is $359,131 (2009).

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Midway location: about four miles from Heber in north-central Utah. Other nearby areas include Charleston, Daniel, Wallsburg, Park City, Alta, South Snyderville Basin and Francis.

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The weather in Midway is seasonal with all four seasons represented.

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Midway history:

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. When Indian troubles forced the residents to build a fort for protection, they built it halfway between the two communities. This was the beginning of Midway. Many of the early settlers were of Swiss descent. As the area grew, so did the need to supplies and jobs. Several sawmills were built in the mid-1800s. Later a gristmill was added along with a number of retail stores. Due to the hot springs in the area, a few resorts were built which brought in new visitors and residents. Midway City incorporated 1 June 1891.

While agriculture is important in the local economy, recreation is rapidly becoming the leading industry in the area with many ski areas, spas, trails and more

Here is a history page for Midway. Also try this history page.
The settling of Midway: 1858
The incorporation date of Midway: 1 June 1891

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Midway attractions:

Wasatch Mountain State Park
Phone 435-654-1791 for more information
This State park has over 22,000 acres and is at 6,000 feet above sea level. It is located near Midway. Both winter and summer activities are available.

Swiss Days in Midway
Festival of arts, crafts, musical entertainment in August.
Ph: (435) 654-2580.

Heber Valleys OFFICIAL Information Site

A Midway Christmas
Displays, Creche Exhibit and much more

The Midway Hot Pots
There are several dozen active hot pots in the area. Hot Pots are natural hot-water springs that are usually about 10-20 feet in diameter.

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