If you haven’t been to Victory Ranch on the outskirts of Park City, then you are missing out on something special that could be the right community for you — now or sometime in your future. Situated on 6,700 acres along a stretch of the Upper Provo River, Victory Ranch is a private community designed for active individuals who value privacy, luxury, and connecting with nature.
Only 350 homes will be built at Victory Ranch. What makes Victory Ranch unique is the 4,000 acres of backcountry that will remain undeveloped and is set aside for the pleasure and exclusive use of its residents and their guests.
You may have heard of eco-tourism, which is tourism directed at natural environments, often to support conservation. Well we think Victory Ranch is a new spin on that, but instead of visiting someplace wild, you can live there. Think of it as Eco Real Estate.
Victory Ranch Activities
Golfing – Rees Jones Course
Fly Fishing – 4 miles of Upper Provo River
4×4 ATV Rangers
Upland Bird Hunting
Victory Ranch Amenities
The Post Clubhouse – a great place to unwind by the pool, work up a sweat, shop for gear or grab lunch.
The Barn – Opening soon, this will feature a large swimming pool, spa, fitness center, pizzeria, ice cream parlor and half-court gym.
875 Main Street, Park City – Private ski in/ski out clubhouse in the heart of Park City’s historic District
Deer Crest Club – Special access privileges to the Deer Crest Club at St. Regis Hotel, Deer Valley.
Antler Shed – private play area for kids
Bugle Inn & Lil’ Bugler – luxury “camping” yurts 4 miles in the backcountry, named for the elk call that can be heard each fall
Let’s go see Victory Ranch Real Estate
There are three ways to become an owner at Victory Ranch. You can buy a residential lot, starting at $475,000, you can purchase a Cabin Home, or you can purchase a custom home. All are great alternatives depending on your lifestyle and goals. If you haven’t been to Victory Ranch recently, give me a call and we can take a tour together! It would be my pleasure to show it to you.
Curious about Victory Ranch…
Have there been any homes built yet?
How far is it from the town of Park City?