Hidden Lake Association offers many recreational opportunities and most importantly a place that offers rest and relaxation among friends. HLA was created in 1960 and since then has transformed into the wonderful community it is today. No matter what season, Hidden Lake Association offers enjoyment for all
Many Thanks to our Mountaineers!
The Hidden Lake is private property and is entirely within the boundaries of the Hidden Lake Association.
Hidden Lake Water information is aimed at educating and informing our association members and water users. It is hoped this information will aid our members in proper usage of our resources and curb misuse or abuse of water in our association.
HLA has two different, gated areas split between the River side and the Mountain side. The River side is nestled between the Weber River and Weber Canyon Road, while the Mountain side is located on the back side of the river. Gate entry access is controled by FOBs. Details related to the access can be found here.
The HLA fire status is indicated by the background color of the 'Fire' link located on the top of every page. This status is based on the current state status for our regaion.
Hidden Lake Association requires any person under the age of 16 (or any person without a Utah Driver's License) operating an Off-Highway Vehicle on HLA Corporation property to possess a valid Utah OHV certificate.
The HLA BOD voted to adopt the State of Utah's Off-Highway Vehicle laws and rules as association regulations concerning the safety standard related to operations of OHVs on association property.
The following history of Hidden Lake Association was taken from the minutes,correspondence and other documents in the association archives.