Where Should I Live? The Pros & Cons of Park City, Jordanelle, Heber and Kamas, Utah
When I moved to Park City in 2003, I remember going for a Sunday ride with my husband and then-babies through Heber City and Midway. Everything,…
Once home to the only stoplight between I-80 and Old Town, Kimball Junction has grown into the town center of the Snyderville Basin, inclusive of well-planned mixed uses that include a library, movie theater, grocery store, fitness facility, liquor store, post office, dining, coffee shops, hotels, retail, single-family homes, townhomes, and condominiums. Snyderville Basin Recreation’s Fieldhouse has recently undergone a renovation to include a lap pool, larger indoor fitness facility, indoor playing fields, a track, and is convenient to a network of trails that extend for miles throughout the area and into Round Valley.
Residential communities north of Interstate 80 include single-family homes in Spring Creek and Blackhawk Station, with condominiums at Canyon Creek, Newpark and Fox Point at Redstone. Access from Kimball Junction to all three ski villages originates at the Junction’s Newpark Town Center. This area also features a free bus transit hub and professional office suites. Just across the street are the Outlet stores, the Utah Olympic Park, and Summit County Library. A free Kimball Junction shuttle makes stops on both sides of the street, allowing you to park your car in one place and roam the area.
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