Rooted in historic Old Town, Park City proper includes the area around the iconic White Barn and extends to the surrounding neighborhoods of Thaynes Canyon, Aspen Springs, Aerie, Park Meadows, Prospector, and Deer Valley. Many of Park City’s most inviting residential neighborhoods branch-off from the Main Street district and provide buyers with diverse homeownership options that come with access to top-ranking public schools, maintained trail systems, and state-of-the-art recreational venues.
Old Town — Rooted in historic Old Town, Park City proper includes the area around the iconic White Barn and extends to the surrounding neighborhoods of Thaynes Canyon, Aspen Springs, Aerie, Park Meadows, Prospector, and Deer Valley. Many of Park City’s most inviting residential neighborhoods branch-off from the Main Street district and provide buyers with diverse homeownership options that come with access to top-ranking public schools, maintained trail systems, and state-of-the-art recreational venues.
Park Meadows – One of Park City’s premier residential neighborhoods, Park Meadows is an expansive residential zone that includes the communities adjacent to Park Meadows Country Club, Quarry Mountain, and Round Valley. Park Meadows owners tend to be full-time residents. However, second-home owners are discovering that the neighborhood’s sweeping views, convenient location, and cohesive feel make it a tempting alternative to resort real estate. Homes enjoy open views of the Park City Ridgeline and are within walking distance to schools, trail systems, and recreational offerings.
Thaynes Canyon & Aspen Springs – Situated on the green slopes just to the east of the iconic white McPolin Barn, the communities of Thaynes Canyon and Aspen Springs enjoy enviable north-facing views and boast back door access to Park City Mountain Resort® and Iron Mountain. Aspen forests and mountain wilderness hug these neighborhoods, making area homes feel like true retreats. There is even a limited availability of equestrian properties. These neighborhoods are great options for buyers looking to be close to both culture and the outdoors.
Prospector – Prospector is known for its affordability and vibrant energy. Families and individuals looking for convenient and competitively priced housing options should consider the neighborhood. Located within walking distance from popular local eateries and the Park City school system, Prospector is an excellent locale. Commuters will appreciate the area’s quick access to Highway 40. In the last few years, the neighborhood has welcomed many design-forward updates and has a new vitality–in part due to its diverse and energetic residents.
Deer Valley is one of the premier luxury residential areas in the world. Neighborhood developments are interwoven in and around Deer Valley Resort®, which has been voted the #1 ski resort in North America five times by Ski Magazine readers. Known for its unparalleled amenities, flawlessly groomed runs, and steep tree shots, Deer Valley is also a cultural hub and hosts World Cup Freestyle ski competitions and a famed summer concert series in the warm months.
Lower Deer Valley — Lower Deer Valley is the most conveniently located of Deer Valley’s sub-neighborhoods. Properties sit right next to Snow Park Lodge at the base of Deer Valley Resort® and are just an easy one mile drive to Old Town. Residents can watch summer concerts from their porch, or simply walk out the door onto the Silver Lake Express chairlift, no planning required. In addition to its proximity to both town and the slopes, Lower Deer Valley has its own internal energy and enjoys easy access to trails, neighborhood ponds and parks, and recreation centers.
Deer Crest — The 600 acre Deer Crest community enjoys a lofty perch on one of Deer Valley’s highest ridges and cascades down the slopes overlooking the Jordanelle Reservoir. In addition to 360 degree views of the Wasatch and Uinta Ranges, this luxury gated community boasts on-slope ski access and even private runs for residents. As part of Deer Valley’s extensive real estate options, Deer Crest residents have next-door access to the resort’s award-winning restaurants, retail options, and cultural offerings.
Upper Deer Valley — Upper Deer Valley extends from Silver Lake Village and its shops, to the top of the Park City ridgeline. Silver Lake Village is its own independent mountain township made-up of first rate restaurants, a retail community, and McHenry’s famous Ski Beach. Scattered throughout Upper Deer Valley are some of the most extravagant resort homes in the world. While the area has a reputation of casual opulence, the resort and its community are welcoming to all.
Empire Pass — Empire Pass, the latest ski-in/ski-out development installment at Deer Valley Resort®, is comprised of sumptuous condominiums and homes that are among the finest properties available in Deer Valley. Homes blend into the surrounding scenery and enjoy protected views of Park City and its celebrated mountains. Residents of Empire Pass have the additional opportunity to join the Talisker Club, which comes with private access to the Tower Club and the Tuhaye Golf Course.
While Park City may be rooted in Old Town, some of its most energetic residential and commercial areas sit outside of city limits. The Redstone and Newpark Town Centers are filled with colorful boutique shops and recreational centers that include curling, jump-houses, and indoor tracks. It’s impossible to run out of things to do! Additional area advantages include commuter-oriented locations, community parks, and top-ranked Park City schools.
Canyons and Olympic Park — Homes within the Canyons neighborhood thrive off of the vitality of the lively base of the resort, which provides residents special access to free concerts, performance art acts, food carts, fine dining, and galleries. The neighborhood has a diverse range of real estate options, from affordable single-family homes to luxury condominiums. Under Vail Resorts® management, the area has entered into a new stage of evolution that includes a golf course and several developments.
Kimball Junction — Kimball Junction is a vivacious mixed-use community that has become a town unto itself. Buyers can choose from among homes with fresh designs and cosmopolitan condominiums whose front doors open onto pedestrian friendly streets lined with restaurants, locally-owned retail shops, movie theatres, and athletic facilities. Unsurprisingly, given its array of fun offerings, the area has become a favorite stomping ground for locals and visitors alike. This is an ideal neighborhood for anyone looking to be at the center of an energetic hub.
Silver Springs — Located between the vital commercial centers of Canyons Resort® and Kimball Junction, Silver Springs has a positive reputation for being the ideal laid-back community. The neighborhood has a high-concentration of parks, ponds, and recreational trails that make it attractive for dog-owners, families, and anyone looking to experience the Park City lifestyle to the fullest extent. Affordable and advantageously located homes make this a very popular area for first-time buyers. Don’t forget to check-out the neighboring Swaner Nature Preserve.
Old ranch Road — Old Ranch Road is characterized by its seemingly boundless horse fields and unimpeded mountain views. Land here tends to be expansive and reminiscent of Park City’s Old-West roots. Beyond the open landscape that gives the neighborhood its romantic feel, residents can walk, bike, or horseback ride on the extensive Round Valley trail system and have next-door access to Kimball Junction and its restaurants, amenities, and businesses. True to its name, this neighborhood is ideal for ‟in-town” ranches with large acreage.
Trailside — The Trailside community is centered on its namesake park and elementary school, which give the area its own personality. Local youth sports teams practice on the neighborhood fields next to the trail system, which have gently paved paths great for family bike rides. Residents tend to be full-time and are emotionally invested in their community. Trailside is one of Park City’s newer residential neighborhoods and continues to grow. Homes are modern and functional-based to fit the needs of its residents.
Pinebrook — The idyllic community of Pinebrook is tucked into a forested canyon west of Park City and contains outdoorsy year-
round residents. The neighborhood abounds with public and private trails, allowing residents prime recreational access. At the same time, Pinebrook is still proximate to the freeway, making the area a favorite among commuters. At the base of the development, a new commercial center provides residents with readily accessible dining and retail options. Development in Pinebrook has been steady since the mid-1960s, but there are still a few lots available.
Jeremy Ranch — Just fifteen minutes from Park City proper, Jeremy Ranch is an ideal neighborhood for Salt Lake commuters who also love golf and hiking. Boasting prized views with sunny south-facing exposures, Jeremy Ranch is a premier residential neighborhood perfectly situated between Salt Lake and Park City. Beyond its strategic location, Jeremy is a protected neighborhood where kids can comfortably ride their bikes along wide streets and play on the centrally located ball fields. Parents will appreciate the proximity to Jeremy Ranch Elementary School and Ecker Hill Middle School.
Summit Park — Summit Park is one of Park City’s longtime local neighborhoods. Initially built around the Ecker Ski Jumping facility, this neighborhood is seamlessly integrated with its leafy surroundings. While residents enjoy the convenience of being next to I-80, houses are protected from outside noise and have out-the-door admittance to some of the best hiking and biking terrain available in the Wastach. There is a wide array of home options in the neighborhood–from affordable, quintessential western cabins to ultra-modern houses with notable architectural provenances.
Glenwild/Silver Creek — One of Park City’s premier golf communities, Glenwild is a gated residential area that was voted the best Utah-based development of its kind by Golf Digest. In addition to its emerald links, Glenwild features some of the area’s most luxurious homes and tremendous views of the Snyderville Basin and all three local ski areas. The nearby Silver Creek neighborhood is one of Park City’s most exciting up-and-coming areas and possesses prime horse real estate and wide open vistas. Silver Creek has been greatly expanded upon, and residents now enjoy easy access to several businesses, both commercial and retail.
Promotory — Located on the rolling hills to the north of Park City, Promontory is a ranch-styled private community with over 7,000 acres of terrain. While primarily known for its two signature championship golf courses, Promontory Ranch Club also features a pool, tennis courts, arcade games, 1950s diner, art studios, and a spa and fitness facility. Beyond the club amenities, Promontory has a state-of-the-art equestrian center and miles of private trails perfect for biking, running, horseback riding, and hiking. Whether you are looking to buy or build, Promontory will fulfill your need for fun.