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Park City


PARK CITY is a unique mountain town 30 minutes East of Salt Lake City and the anchor for 3 of the best ski resorts in the Western United States: Deer Valley, Park City Mountain Resort and the Canyons. Its unique mining character, shopping and sophisticated restaurants combine to make skiing or summer vacationing in Park City, Utah an unparalleled experience. Art galleries and restaurants dot “Old Town” and the new section just below has a commercial base to include banks, offices, sporting goods stores, recreation centers, parks, an extensive trail system, golf and more. Living here is even better since the residential homes and school system are top notch. Seasonal events can fill your calendar and please guests. These include world class sporting events, music and cultural gatherings to include the Park City Arts Festival in August and the Sundance Film Festival in January. Whether you choose to live here or vacation, the Park City area is a great place to invest. Condominiums, townhomes, residential homes combine to create an eclectic community as diverse as anywhere in the country.

SNYDERVILLE BASIN is located adjacent to Park City and spanning all the way to Kimball Junction and Summit Park is the unincorporated portion of Park City. Surrounding the Swaner Nature Preserve and bordered by mountains, this area is newer and more open. The Canyons and the Olympic Park are located here where significant condominium, hotel and townhomes properties are located. The rest is primarily residential except for the commercial area of Kimball Junction. This expansive area is part of the Park City School District making it an attractive area for young families. A more generic shopping experience to include a Factory Outlet Mall comprises this entry corridor location. Golfers love the golf communities that offer extraordinary courses and living. Many of these communities offer winter clubs at the surrounding ski areas.

SUMMIT COUNTY is less than 15 miles to the East of Park City are the rural communities of Kamas, Woodland and Coalville. The ranching life still exists here and these communities are the gateway to the Uintah Wilderness, one of the most beautifully preserved areas in the country. Cabin communities stretch up these canyons providing access to high mountain lakes and fishing streams, and hiking and equestrian trails. Fly fishing streams flow down to 3 large reservoirs that offer boating and camping. More Golf and fishing communities are located along the Provo River and close to Jordanelle reservoir.