Park City & Summit County
Gina Luke, Realtor of Heber, Utah
Where Mountain Meets Valley
Stretching from Salt Lake County to Wyoming
Summit County, Utah offers an idyllic lifestyle for families, retirees, and those seeking vacation homes in the beautiful Wasatch Mountains. It’s home to top-ranked ski resorts – Park City Mountain and Deer Valley Resort, the Utah Olympic Park, and multiple private and public golf courses. Park City has become internationally renowned for its network of 400-plus miles of mountain biking and hiking trails.
Park City is one of the world’s top resort destinations, and for good reason. No matter the season, there is a plethora to see and do. From scenic hikes or mountain bike rides, to art galleries, skiing and fine dining, the city offers plenty of options. Park City is also home to the Sundance Film Festival, an annual independent film festival that attracts celebrities, filmmakers, entertainment industry executives, media, and film buffs from all over the world, which makes investment properties and overnight rentals very profitable. Summit County also has two reservoirs – Rockport State Park and Echo Reservoir – that provide activities like camping, boating, water skiing, and fishing.
To Receive More Information on Buying or Selling in Today’s Market, Contact Me Today!
A Place to Call Home
Charming and historic buildings and old mining homes line Park City’s Main Street and Old Town neighborhood and now house some of Utah’s most celebrated restaurants, art galleries, and boutiques. Year-round population growth has expanded to the Snyderville Basin and Kimball Junction areas that offer many housing communities. In addition, there are an array of private, vacation home communities, such as Promontory, Victory Ranch and Glenwild that offer a luxury lifestyle and impressive, year-round amenities.
As Park City becomes more populated and expensive, homeowners are discovering investment opportunities and the laidback lifestyle in the more rural areas of Summit County. These include Kamas, the gateway to the High Uintas wilderness; Tollgate Canyon, an expansive mountain community off I-80; and Coalville, the Summit County seat and farming community.
Summit County has 22 public and/or charter schools serving approximately 8,000 students and eight private schools.