Old Town Park City
Town is listed on the National Register of Historic Places
for its well preserved and renovated Main Street. Many of the
19th century miners' homes, boarding houses and schools are
also Nationally Registered Historic structures. Extensive renovation
has been underway since the late 1970's. Park City government
administers a grant program to encourage owners to restore
Historic Main Street is the center of activity,
offering boutique shopping and gourmet dining, enhanced by the
addition of the Town Lift, which offers excellent mountain access.
Valley Ski Resort is consistently rated as one of the best
ski resorts in the U.S. by the readers of Ski Magazine. The
neighborhood at the base of the ski area is called Snow Park,
after the early ski resort that preceded Deer Valley. The Snow
Park area offers a variety of condos, home sites and single
Royal street leads to the Silver Lake community,
site of many single family subdivisions and condominium lodges.
The most desirable homes and town homes offer direct ski access.
Many other homes are just a short walk from access trails.
Perched above Silver Lake Village is the prestigious
gated Bald Eagle community which features some of the most luxurious
properties of any ski area in the world.
The Aerie / Prospector
is a local favorite for convenience. On the bus route and close
to shopping, schools, movie theaters, the Rail Trail and the
Silver Mountain Health Spa, Prospector Square is well known
for its Victorian style architecture and neighborhood park
with a pond and playground.
Thaynes Canyon / Aspen Springs
Canyon and Aspen Springs area surrounds the Park City Municipal
Golf Course and is located just before getting into Park City's
Old Town area. Offering mature natural landscaping, large trees,
great ski resort views, and great mountain trail access, this
area is a favorite among long time locals. Homes range from
single family residences to multi-acre equestrian properties.
Meadows community is home to many of Park City's permanent
residents, because of its close location to McPolin Elementary
School, Treasure Mountain Middle School, Park City High School,
Park City Racquet Club and the Eccles Center for the Performing
Arts. The fairways of the Jack Nicklaus-designed Park Meadows
Country Club provide scenic vistas and open space. Subdivisions
include Eagle Pointe, Meadows Estates, Risner Ridge, Mountain
Top, Ridgeview, Holiday Ranch Estates, Fairway Meadows, West
Ridge and Fairway Hills Estates. The city-owned Park City
Racquet Club is a popular gathering place for a wide range
of athletic programs.
Canyons / Silver Springs
is an established area of Park City that has seen many changes
over the last few years. The new Trailside Park and its new
elementary school near Swaner Memorial Park make this a very
desirable area for permanent residents. The Utah Olympic Park
Ski jumps, bobsled run and neighboring new library all contribute
to a vital and interesting community.
Jeremy Ranch / Pinebrook / Summit Park
Ranch and Pinebrook are only minutes from Park City and consist
mainly of primary residences. Jeremy Ranch surrounds the Arnold
Palmer designed 18-hole Jeremy Ranch Golf Course. Pinebrook
includes a new neighborhood park and is home to the newer Ecker
Hill Middle School. Summit Park and Timberline are densely
wooded areas. These neighborhoods are attractive due to the
proximity and easy commute to Salt Lake City.
Glenwild to Jordanelle
large expanse of land from the golf course community of Glenwild
to Jordanelle Reservoir just southeast of Park City contains
some of the areas newest developments. Glenwild, The Ridge
at Redhawk, Goshawk, and Silver Creek are just north of Interstate
80. Promontory, Deer Mountain, Deer Canyon Preserve and Tuhaye
Ranch are stretched along I-40, from I-80 to the Jordanelle
Reservoir. Trailside Park, Mountain Ranch Estates and Sun Meadow
are just off I-40 at Silver Summit exit (exit #2) and are also
accessible from Old Ranch Road in Park City.
Recreational opportunities include golf courses,
cross-county skiing, boating and water sports at the Jordanelle
Reservoir, camping, biking, hiking, and snowmobiling. The scenic
areas enjoy views of the ski areas, Park City and the surrounding
Heber / Midway / Kamas / Coalville
is located just 18 miles southeast of Park City, beyond the
Jordanelle Reservoir. Other towns such as Charleston, Wallsburg,
Oakley, Kamas and Coalville offer a variety of homesites, ranches
and living accommodations. The Forth of July Rodeo is a summer
favorite in Oakley. Recreational opportunities include boating
and watersports at both Jordanelle and Deer Creek Reservoirs,
camping, 54 holes of golf at three courses soon to be five,
cross-country skiing, biking, hiking and snowmobiling. Blue
Ribbon fly fishing stretches the length of the middle Provo
River from just below the Jordanelle Reservoir throughout the
Heber Valley. This scenic valley also enjoys breathtaking views
of Mt. Timpanogos.