- Over 1 mile of Upper Provo River
- Tremendous mountain views
- Fully enhanced spring creek
- Located 15-20 minutes from Deer Valley and Park City resorts
- Numerous choice home sites and great conservation easement opportunity
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Located in Summit County, Utah, the Freestone River Ranch is a 122-acre sportsman’s paradise with tremendous mountain views of Deer Valley and Park City. The ranch is a 20-minute drive from the resort town of Park City and everything it has to offer. Properties on this coveted drainage rarely come to the market with over one mile of Upper Provo River frontage. Additionally, there is over one mile of fully enhanced private spring creek with 8 oxbow ponds. The ranch boasts over two miles of Gold Medal fishing where brown, rainbow and cutthroat trout regularly measure 18 inches or larger. The Freestone River Ranch is located 55 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, which seldom closes due to inclement weather. Park City offers incredible skiing, fine dining, entertainment, shopping and a calendar full of events such as the Sundance Film Festival. The ranch is 11 miles from Deer Valley Resort and its luxurious amenities. SKI Magazine has rated Deer Valley one of the top three ski resorts in North America in each of the last ten years.
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Park City is a vibrant resort town known for skiing but also boasts a world-renowned art community and offers theatre and dance performances throughout the year. The Historic Main Street of Park City is home to more than 250 shops, lodges and restaurants, including gift shops, fly shops, art galleries and much more for all your recreational and domestic needs. Park City is just 45 minutes from the well-served and reliable Salt lake City International Airport, offering international and direct domestic flights.
Vail Resorts acquired two of the three ski resorts in Park City in 2014, making the resort town one of the nation’s best ski destinations. These Park City ski areas are blessed with consistent deep, dry and fluffy powder year after year, which is why SKI MAGAZINE rated the resort one of the top three ski resorts in North America in each of the past ten years. In addition to skiing, the year round resort town mountain biking and hiking, delicious restaurants, private golf courses, shopping, and a calendar full of entertainment and culturally diverse events, such as the world renowned Sundance Film Festival.