Wanship, Utah (Location: 40.82.262N 111.41.301W Elevation: 5,862 feet or 1,781m) is a small town at the intersection of I80 and State Highway 32 (exit 156) on a hill overlooking the Weber River. The town was established in 1861 by Aaron Daniels.
Today, Wanship continues to be a small town with a freeway exit and gas station. Wanship is most noted for its collection of antique carriages and western memorabilia.
- Interstate 80 (100 pictures) Wanship is at the intersection of State 32 and I80 (exit 156).
- State Highway 32 (31 pictures) Utah State Highway 32 runs South of Wanship toward Heber.
- Weber River (91 pictures) Wanship is in the Weber River Valley.
- Rockport Lake (27 pictures) Rockport Reservoir (just south of Wanship) is held back by the Wanship Dam completed in 1957.
- Kimball Junction (39 pictures) Kimball Juction is the next major junction on I80 West of Wanship.
- Coalville, Utah (57 pictures) Coalville, the county seat of Summit County, is to the East of Wanship.