Bear Hollow is nested into the mountains that border the east of the Snyderville basin. It is a resort community of single family homes, townhomes, condominiums, estate homes, a shared clubhouse and a commercial office building. You can find a mix of everyone here: from long-time residents to happy vacationers as well as the real-world professional. Bear Hollow allows nightly/vacation rentals and has proven a popular choice for second homeowners who wish to generate a bit of revenue to offset their costs.
Perhaps due to its mix of owners and visitors, Bear Hollow feels like a bustling neighborhood. The narrow streets climb and drop and it is common to see playgrounds, mailboxes and sled hills dotting each corner. Most of the community was built in the mid-2000’s. Bear Hollow homes, townhomes and condominiums have been smartly designed with a mix of wood siding, shingles and stone.
Bear Hollow is conveniently located at the base of the Olympic Park, just off of Highway 224 in Park City, Utah. It is located in between Kimball Junction and The Canyons base of Park City Mountain Resort. Restaurants, shopping and recreational opportunities are all a short distance away.
Bear Hollow properties enjoy unbeatable views. Many homes overlook the Snyderville Basin, home of the Swaner Nature Preserve as well as a number of working farms. Wildlife such as deer, elk and moose often wander through the basin and the surrounding open-space areas. Birds include the eagle, hawk and the perennial visitor, the Sand Hill Crane. On the far side of the basin is the much-loved Round Valley area and endless hiking, biking and Nordic skiing.
Residents and visitors alike will find many amenities at the Clubhouse. The Clubhouse features a common area with a fireplace along with an outdoor pool and hot tub. Additionally, there is a meeting room with a full kitchen and a gym. During the summer, an outdoor picnic area features two natural gas grills.
Located between Park City’s Old Town and the popular Kimball Junction area, the location of Bear Hollow simply can’t be beat. This community is just two stoplights from The Canyons Village at Park City resort. The local bus service operates year-round and is completely free. Trips to your favorite ski hill become a breeze when the chore of parking disappears.
Bus accessibility isn’t the only transportation option in this neighborhood. Bear Hollow is also located next to the Millennium Trail which is a bike or cross country ski trail system that can take you all around town. This 1.3 mile trail begins at Bear Hollow Drive (near the Sun Peak neighborhood) and ends in Kimball Junction. Bear Hollow is a quick walk to Redstone via the trail and new tunnel that crosses Highway 224.
Kimball Junction (or, “The Junction”) is a Park City hub, albeit much newer than the famed Historic Old Town. Still, one can patronize everything from good eats (Vessel Kitchen, Park City Coffee Roaster and Maxwell’s East Coast Eatery), to the niche storefronts (Lunch Box Waxing Salon, Alpine Apothecary and the Barking Cat).
Easy access to highway I-80 makes the city commute from Bear Hollow an easy one. Likewise, a trip to Salt Lake City International Airport takes quick 45 minutes.
If you see Bear Hollow as a good fit to your lifestyle or vacation property needs, please do not hesitate to contact me.