All About Midway, UT
Midway is a small city of just over 2,000 people, located a little closer to Park City than Provo along the canyon drive in the Wasatch Back. It was settled in 1859, has had its own post office since 1864, and it got its name for a very pragmatic reason: its central location within the agricultural district. Snake Creek runs through Midway and includes the Midway Fish Hatchery right before it feeds into the Provo River above Deer Creek Reservoir.
Spring Gardens Senior Living Near Midway, UT
Spring Gardens is located in the heart of Heber City, just six minutes west of Midway. Our community features 89 spacious apartments with access to 24-hour care services, offering safety and care for your loved ones while maintaining their dignity and independence.
Spring Gardens Heber offers independent living, assisted living, and memory care, which helps your loved one to receive exactly the level of care needed. Click on the tabs above to learn more about what makes us different and then call to schedule a tour. We would love to have you visit, and we think you’ll feel the difference the moment you enter the door.
We know the transition to assisted living can be unsettling. We want to make it as easy and stress-free as possible. Please let us know what you need! We would be glad to answer any questions you have, from residence details to financial options. We are here to assist you every step of the way as you navigate this new step of life.
Come to Midway for Swiss Days and the Ice Castles
Thousands of people come to Midway every September for Swiss Days, an event that’s been going since 1947 (though back then it was called Harvest Days). The people who began the event, owners of Luke’s Hot Pots Resort, formed a club called Midway Boosters. It’s still active, and the members promote activities and city improvements. The Swiss theme was added to the yearly event to attract larger crowds.
Local and national vendors work tediously, crafting and creating their wares to display and sell during Swiss Days. Volunteers spend countless hours preparing for the two-day event to ensure it is a success. Swiss Days includes a 10k race, an enormous outdoor craft fair, a parade, live entertainment, and so much more.
If you find yourself near Midway in January, don’t miss seeing the award-winning Ice Castles. You and your family will have a truly magical experience exploring the cavernous structures built with hundreds of thousands of hand-placed icicles — the collective work of multiple professional ice artists. It’s a real winter wonderland, with LED-lit sculptures, frozen thrones you can sit on, carved ice tunnels, slides, fountains, and more.