Mountain Top Park (in Salt Lake County, UT) Populated Place Profile


Mountain Top Park (GNIS FID: 1454283) is a populated place located in Salt Lake County at latitude 40.803 and longitude -111.706.

The elevation of Mountain Top Park is 6,178 feet. Mountain Top Park appears on the Mountain Dell U.S. Geological Survey Map. Salt Lake County is in the Mountain Time Zone (UTC -7 hours).

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Pinecrest, UT (1.4 miles NW)
Margarethe, UT (2.4 miles NW)
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