What to Love
- Convenient location near both Salt Lake City and Park City
- Minutes from world-class ski resorts and lodges
- Miles of hiking trails, open preserves, and recreational options
Currently Available Properties
Common community facilities and perks include spa services, slope access, private stretches of lakes and rivers, private trails, club dining, backcountry destinations, and one of the most beloved features—private golf clubs. Some of the premier golf clubs include:
More than just its historic community and resort access, Greater Park City also includes several family-friendly neighborhoods and suburbs within its surrounding areas. Among the spacious mountains and magnificent forests are neighborhoods like Sun Peak, Ranch Place, Silver Springs, Pinebrook, Trailside, Silver Creek, and plenty more. Each with its own advantages, these communities range from gated suburban dreams to sprawling acres next door to premier hiking. It isn’t difficult to find a location that’s best suited to your needs among the wide variety.
One of the best facets of these communities is that, for the most part, they all maintain close proximity to Park City, resorts, Salt Lake City, or a combination of all three. Silver Springs, for example, is under 10 minutes from Park City in the nearby census-designated place of Snyderville and is one of the preferred locations for locals thanks to its plentiful parks, private lakes, access to magnificent recreational opportunities, and easy commute to bigger cities. Or if you want to be located a little closer to metropolitan amenities, Pinebrook is nestled within the dense pines, just thirty minutes to Salt Lake City and twenty minutes from Park City.
People & Lifestyle
The Greater Park City and Surrounding Areas are full of single-family residences and close-knit communities, perfect for families and professionals who want a sense of mountain life living without sacrificing the close proximity to urban advantages. These residential areas are best known for their ample recreational facilities, trails, open spaces, and incredible school system. Houses range from single-family new-builds on flatter parcels of land, magnificent luxury estates, and chic mountain-inspired abodes.
Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
Living in the surrounding areas of Park City and the Greater Park City area proves that you don’t have to miss out on urban advantages like excellent shopping and dining when you live in a rugged landscape built for outdoor enthusiasts. Park City is brimming with sophisticated boutiques and specialty stores, and communities like Snyderville house charming mom-and-pop retailers like JW Allen & Sons
, a candy and toy store that’s a dream come true for kids and families. Need a more serious retail therapy excursion? Hit up The Outlets at Park City to find over 63 stores, including brands like Coach
, Banana Republic
, Michael Kors
, Bath & Body
, and Tommy Hilfiger
You’ll find plenty of diversity among the food options in this area, which can run a global scope of flavors and influences. At 11hauz
, authentic Jamaican cuisine is the star, passed down through generational family recipes. Explore the explosive flavors of dishes like jerk chicken and rasta pasta while taking in the warm ambiance and friendly service. Serving elevated comfort foods, Vessel Kitchen
is dedicated to crafting healthful meals sourced from local ingredients and made from scratch.
Things to Do
It’s no secret that the Greater Park City and Surrounding Areas are home to some of the best outdoor recreation options and sports, but there’s more to these neighborhoods than just skiing and hitting the slopes. Recreation can also include your furry friend in Greater Park City, thanks to facilities like Run-A-Muk
dog park. Here, you can let your pet roam the 43-acres unleashed or head to the two-mile trail for a hike you’ll both enjoy.
If you’re in need of indoor facilities, Basin Recreation Fieldhouse
in nearby Snyderville is the way to go. Along with its 2,300 acres of open space and 170 miles of maintained trails on the site, Basin Recreation Fieldhouse itself is an 87,000 square foot indoor facility open to the public. Built for the 2002 Winter Olympics, the Utah Olympic Park
is around 400 acres of ski jumps, a sliding track, recreational facilities, and tons of adventure activities.
For those who enjoy the arts and more urbanized events, The Newpark Amphitheater and Plaza
is a great way to get your fill of music at their concert series
, and the location is also surrounded by a nature preserve in addition to shops and dining.
Greater Park City and Surrounding Areas are served by the Park City School District, which is ranked third in the state and includes Pre-K & K-12. Top schools in the district include:
- Park City High School, 9-12, one of the top 10 public high schools in the state
- Parley’s Park School, K-5, one of the top 10 public elementary schools in the state
- Ecker Middle School, 6-7, one of the top 10 public middle schools in the state