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3703 Blackstone Drive - 212
3703 Blackstone Dr
Snyderville, UT
2 Bedrooms
$3,300
1160 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 04:07 AM
Located on the golf course, the patio on this unit will have to look for stray golf balls. Fantastic unit will one of the first to go.
1 Unit Available
1466 Silver Meadows Drive, #42
1466 Silver Meadows Drive
Snyderville, UT
3 Bedrooms
$3,800
1800 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
1466 Silver Meadows Drive, #42 Available 11/01/20 Silver Meadows Townhome - Application Pending - Executive luxury fully furnished gorgeous 3 bedroom, + LOFT, 2 bath, 1 car garage Silver Meadows townhome.
1 Unit Available
6169 Park Lane South #37
6169 Park Ln S
Snyderville, UT
2 Bedrooms
$2,250
1248 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
6169 Park Lane South #37 Available 10/01/20 Like New Newpark Terrace Townhome - Kimball Junction - 1 Car Garage - This like new townhome is conveniently located in Newpark Town Center.
Results within 1 mile of Snyderville
1 Unit Available
3024 Fawn Drive
3024 Fawn Drive
Summit Park, UT | Pinebrook
3 Bedrooms
$2,850
1800 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
Elk Run Townhome Available NOW - Amazing location! Unfurnished, 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath town home in lower Pinebrook. Great neighborhood, secluded with large mature aspen trees. . Oversized 2 Car Garage, 2 shady decks for entertaining.
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1 Unit Available
8143 Courtyard Loop
8143 Courtyard Loop
Summit Park, UT | Pinebrook
2 Bedrooms
$2,300
1506 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:39 AM
Beautiful Park City townhome available immediately. This town home features 2 large bedrooms with private bathrooms in each. Master suite offers a walk-out balcony and walk in closet.
1 Unit Available
430 N ASPEN DR W
430 Aspen Dr
Summit Park, UT
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$2,299
1654 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:31 AM
Mountain living with modern style. This 2 bedrooms 2 baths sophisticated contemporary home feels like an urban loft, yet nestled in a tranquil, forested setting. Soaring ceilings and expansive windows bring in light and nature.
1 Unit Available
2164 Three Kings Court Apt. B
2164 Three Kings Court
Park City, UT
2 Bedrooms
$1,950
858 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:43 AM
2164 Three Kings Court Apt.
1 Unit Available
7104 Canyon Dr
7104 Canyon Drive
Summit Park, UT | Pinebrook
4 Bedrooms
$6,500
5000 sqft
7 Bedrooms
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8 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
You are looking at the Caste de Lapis Glacies, or CASTLE OF STONE AND ICE. 5k Sq ft 4bed, 3.5 baths of upstairs of 10,000 sq ft castle. + 2000 Sq ft deck. 7500 ft elevation. Highest and largest house in prestigious Pinebrook, Park City subdivision.
1 Unit Available
1860 Lucky John Drive
1860 Lucky John Drive
Park City, UT
3 Bedrooms
$4,300
2132 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
1860 Lucky John Drive Available 10/01/20 Classic Park Meadows Home - Application Pending - Beautiful Vintage Park Meadows home built in 1976. 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath, 2 car attached garage.
1 Unit Available
2320 Calumet Court #A
2320 Calumet Circle
Park City, UT
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1117 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
Prospector Townhome - Don't miss out on this great unfurnished, 2 bedroom + loft, 2 bathroom townhome in the heart of Prospector.
1 Unit Available
1940 Prospector Ave. #201
1940 Prospector Avenue
Park City, UT
Studio
$1,350
312 sqft
1 Bedroom
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Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
Carriage House Studio - Fully furnished studio in the heart of Prospector. Kitchenette, queen bed, flatscreen TV, ground floor end unit. Access to community pool, hot tub, coin laundry room, and common area. Secure building access.
1 Unit Available
2463 Sunny Knoll Ct
2463 Sunny Knoll Court
Park City, UT
5 Bedrooms
$19,495
6200 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 07:26 AM
It is rare that a flagship house such as this becomes available to rent in Park Meadows, Park City's most desirable year-round neighborhood.
1 Unit Available
11128 Burnt Flat Road
11128 E Burnt Flat Rd
Salt Lake County, UT
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1900 sqft
Last updated July 21 at 09:14 AM
Fully Furnished 3 Bedroom in Big Cottonwood Canyon - ***Location, Location, Location*** This spacious 3 bedroom 2.5 bath cabin home is the outdoor adventurer's dream. Sitting in the heart of Big Cottonwood Canyon.
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City Guide

Snyderville
Many people have never heard of Snyderville. However, in 2002, millions of viewers from around the world caught of glimpse of this town's natural beauty as The Winter Olympics paid a visit to nearby Salt Lake City and the mountains of the region.
Many people have never heard of Snyderville. However, in 2002, millions of viewers from around the world caught of glimpse of this town's natural beauty as The Winter Olympics paid a visit to nearby Salt Lake City and the mountains of the region.

Snyderville is a town caught between two of the most astounding attractions in the United States. On one side, the basin sits just to the east of Murdock Peak and Mt. Aire. On the other side of an expansive national parks and recreation area that includes more mountains and valleys than Minnesota has lakes, Snyderville is bordered to the south by a collection of stunning canyons and to the east by the Jordanelle reservoir. Nature fans, rejoice: you have found your mountain home paradise, complete with log cabins and indigenous elk! But worry not, if you prefer a more community-based home town, Snyderville still has plenty to offer. It's a win-win, really.

Moving to Snyderville

It gets cold in the hills. It's a fact of life that soaring green peaks of summer will be snow-capped winter wonderlands in the colder months. Here the colder months start in September and last on until April or May, depending on the course of the jet stream. Ski lovers and snowboarders the world around show up near Snyderville in droves to get a chance to cruise down some of the best slopes in the western U.S. Much of the millions of dollars in development that took place to stage the Olympics in 2002 has been maintained through ordinances and donations designed to encourage an increase in tourism. The result is more slalom, luge and bobsled tracks waiting the slightly frosted adventurist than you can shake a ski pole at. Bundle up in the chilly months and take to the hills during spring time for a hike through some of the country's best unexplored wilderness.The Last ResortSnyderville is a resort town. Seeking employment after arriving is going to largely depend on what season is. Keep in mind that once the crowds leave, job pickings get lean. Making arrangements beforehand will provide a much better opportunity to sustain yourself through the off season without becoming too lean yourself. Traveling to Salt Lake City is about a thirty minute drive down I-80, depending on traffic, wildlife and the cooperation of the weather. If all goes well, you'd be much better off to explore the nearby metropolitan center than to rely too heavily on home town openings. The good news is, ten feet of snow on the freeway is a convenient excuse to take a sick day.Lincoln Log CabinsThe house rental options in Snyderville are going to have a distinct style, paying respects back to the region they inhabit. The log cabin, mountain living, rustic look is in full effect. If you've ever wanted a mailbox that looks like a miniature tree house mounted on a fallen limb, congratulations; you can finally bury that exact item in your front yard and not look at all out of place. Finding a home that fits your style means appreciating the the subtleties of Grizzly Adams meeting the modern world in a fir tree-populated mountain paradise. At least you can keep the same Christmas tree every year; there's several to choose from in almost every front yard.

Moving to Snyderville
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It gets cold in the hills. It's a fact of life that soaring green peaks of summer will be snow-capped winter wonderlands in the colder months. Here the colder months start in September and last on until April or May, depending on the course of the jet stream. Ski lovers and snowboarders the world around show up near Snyderville in droves to get a chance to cruise down some of the best slopes in the western U.S. Much of the millions of dollars in development that took place to stage the Olympics in 2002 has been maintained through ordinances and donations designed to encourage an increase in tourism. The result is more slalom, luge and bobsled tracks waiting the slightly frosted adventurist than you can shake a ski pole at. Bundle up in the chilly months and take to the hills during spring time for a hike through some of the country's best unexplored wilderness.The Last ResortSnyderville is a resort town. Seeking employment after arriving is going to largely depend on what season is. Keep in mind that once the crowds leave, job pickings get lean. Making arrangements beforehand will provide a much better opportunity to sustain yourself through the off season without becoming too lean yourself. Traveling to Salt Lake City is about a thirty minute drive down I-80, depending on traffic, wildlife and the cooperation of the weather. If all goes well, you'd be much better off to explore the nearby metropolitan center than to rely too heavily on home town openings. The good news is, ten feet of snow on the freeway is a convenient excuse to take a sick day.Lincoln Log CabinsThe house rental options in Snyderville are going to have a distinct style, paying respects back to the region they inhabit. The log cabin, mountain living, rustic look is in full effect. If you've ever wanted a mailbox that looks like a miniature tree house mounted on a fallen limb, congratulations; you can finally bury that exact item in your front yard and not look at all out of place. Finding a home that fits your style means appreciating the the subtleties of Grizzly Adams meeting the modern world in a fir tree-populated mountain paradise. At least you can keep the same Christmas tree every year; there's several to choose from in almost every front yard.

Snyderville Neighborhoods

There are two main neighborhoods in Snyderville, along with a large sprawling development to the north. The west side consists almost entirely of construction in support of Canyon's Resort and it's surrounding commerce. The east side meets at the conjunction of I-80 and 189, providing a convenient commute to nearby communities. To the north, just across I-80, is an open, undesignated area of twisty roads and occasional housing with a healthy amount of property buffer between neighbors. Wherever you choose to search for apartments, each has a unique potential that separates it from the other options available. Don't say you weren't warned it would be a difficult choice, though.

West Side: Olympic Park is one of the most visited winter locations for adventure seekers and extreme sports fan in the country. Canyon's Resort and its accompanying condos provide a high class, distinguished lifestyle for those who prefer to be as close to the slopes as possible. Life is not cheap by any means, but all the amenities one could desire, including shopping, entertainment and access to the parks, is a snowball's throw away from every home. Just to the north, Park City ensures tourism continues, and the local economy has a constant influx of resources to help keep the city growing. East Side: The East Side is a great place to start looking for one bedroom apartments for rent. Month to month options may also be available, depending on the season. Located at the junction of two major roadways, and being the only way in or out of the city with reliability, this is the best area to live in for commuters from nearby towns. Shopping centers that hug the highway provide the basic necessities for day to day to living without excessive travel. During seasonal changes, this neighborhood experiences a slightly less drastic shift due to being a little further off the mountain. One thing that comes standard with every home on the East Side is an awe inspiring view of the majestic mountainsides, with gorgeous sunset displays offered nightly.North Side: The north side neighborhood is not as much a neighborhood as it is a collection of roads that every now and then lead to a driveway or two. Wide open spaces are the rule of the land once I-80 has been crossed, leading a person towards the unclaimed territories. If you like having neighbors that you don't actually encounter on a daily basis, check this area out. The North Side is also good for taking a walk along long country roads where traffic isn't a common obstacle.

Snyderville Neighborhoods
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There are two main neighborhoods in Snyderville, along with a large sprawling development to the north. The west side consists almost entirely of construction in support of Canyon's Resort and it's surrounding commerce. The east side meets at the conjunction of I-80 and 189, providing a convenient commute to nearby communities. To the north, just across I-80, is an open, undesignated area of twisty roads and occasional housing with a healthy amount of property buffer between neighbors. Wherever you choose to search for apartments, each has a unique potential that separates it from the other options available. Don't say you weren't warned it would be a difficult choice, though.

West Side: Olympic Park is one of the most visited winter locations for adventure seekers and extreme sports fan in the country. Canyon's Resort and its accompanying condos provide a high class, distinguished lifestyle for those who prefer to be as close to the slopes as possible. Life is not cheap by any means, but all the amenities one could desire, including shopping, entertainment and access to the parks, is a snowball's throw away from every home. Just to the north, Park City ensures tourism continues, and the local economy has a constant influx of resources to help keep the city growing. East Side: The East Side is a great place to start looking for one bedroom apartments for rent. Month to month options may also be available, depending on the season. Located at the junction of two major roadways, and being the only way in or out of the city with reliability, this is the best area to live in for commuters from nearby towns. Shopping centers that hug the highway provide the basic necessities for day to day to living without excessive travel. During seasonal changes, this neighborhood experiences a slightly less drastic shift due to being a little further off the mountain. One thing that comes standard with every home on the East Side is an awe inspiring view of the majestic mountainsides, with gorgeous sunset displays offered nightly.North Side: The north side neighborhood is not as much a neighborhood as it is a collection of roads that every now and then lead to a driveway or two. Wide open spaces are the rule of the land once I-80 has been crossed, leading a person towards the unclaimed territories. If you like having neighbors that you don't actually encounter on a daily basis, check this area out. The North Side is also good for taking a walk along long country roads where traffic isn't a common obstacle.

Living in Snyderville

As noted, Snyderville is a chiefly viewed as a resort town. A lot of the commerce in the city is related to tourism and to the seasonal changes. But don't let that deter you from year 'round living, because there's still plenty to do during the off-season.

For entertainment, it's common for most residents to take a trip down the interstate to the metropolis of Salt Lake City, where a plethora of options are available for you to choose from. However, there are enough options in Snyderville to keep the average resident entertained. Places like Park City Live and the Red Rock Brewery are centers of the local night scene. Lumpy's is also a great place to hang out with friends, have a few drinks and catch a game or two. For a taste of the lights and excitement, without the transit time, heading towards Park City in the southwest of Snyderville can provide an interesting diversion, as well as a rather expansive golf course with state park-sized tree hazards.

Living in Snyderville
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As noted, Snyderville is a chiefly viewed as a resort town. A lot of the commerce in the city is related to tourism and to the seasonal changes. But don't let that deter you from year 'round living, because there's still plenty to do during the off-season.

For entertainment, it's common for most residents to take a trip down the interstate to the metropolis of Salt Lake City, where a plethora of options are available for you to choose from. However, there are enough options in Snyderville to keep the average resident entertained. Places like Park City Live and the Red Rock Brewery are centers of the local night scene. Lumpy's is also a great place to hang out with friends, have a few drinks and catch a game or two. For a taste of the lights and excitement, without the transit time, heading towards Park City in the southwest of Snyderville can provide an interesting diversion, as well as a rather expansive golf course with state park-sized tree hazards.

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City Guide

Snyderville
Many people have never heard of Snyderville. However, in 2002, millions of viewers from around the world caught of glimpse of this town's natural beauty as The Winter Olympics paid a visit to nearby Salt Lake City and the mountains of the region.
Many people have never heard of Snyderville. However, in 2002, millions of viewers from around the world caught of glimpse of this town's natural beauty as The Winter Olympics paid a visit to nearby Salt Lake City and the mountains of the region.

Snyderville is a town caught between two of the most astounding attractions in the United States. On one side, the basin sits just to the east of Murdock Peak and Mt. Aire. On the other side of an expansive national parks and recreation area that includes more mountains and valleys than Minnesota has lakes, Snyderville is bordered to the south by a collection of stunning canyons and to the east by the Jordanelle reservoir. Nature fans, rejoice: you have found your mountain home paradise, complete with log cabins and indigenous elk! But worry not, if you prefer a more community-based home town, Snyderville still has plenty to offer. It's a win-win, really.

Moving to Snyderville

It gets cold in the hills. It's a fact of life that soaring green peaks of summer will be snow-capped winter wonderlands in the colder months. Here the colder months start in September and last on until April or May, depending on the course of the jet stream. Ski lovers and snowboarders the world around show up near Snyderville in droves to get a chance to cruise down some of the best slopes in the western U.S. Much of the millions of dollars in development that took place to stage the Olympics in 2002 has been maintained through ordinances and donations designed to encourage an increase in tourism. The result is more slalom, luge and bobsled tracks waiting the slightly frosted adventurist than you can shake a ski pole at. Bundle up in the chilly months and take to the hills during spring time for a hike through some of the country's best unexplored wilderness.The Last ResortSnyderville is a resort town. Seeking employment after arriving is going to largely depend on what season is. Keep in mind that once the crowds leave, job pickings get lean. Making arrangements beforehand will provide a much better opportunity to sustain yourself through the off season without becoming too lean yourself. Traveling to Salt Lake City is about a thirty minute drive down I-80, depending on traffic, wildlife and the cooperation of the weather. If all goes well, you'd be much better off to explore the nearby metropolitan center than to rely too heavily on home town openings. The good news is, ten feet of snow on the freeway is a convenient excuse to take a sick day.Lincoln Log CabinsThe house rental options in Snyderville are going to have a distinct style, paying respects back to the region they inhabit. The log cabin, mountain living, rustic look is in full effect. If you've ever wanted a mailbox that looks like a miniature tree house mounted on a fallen limb, congratulations; you can finally bury that exact item in your front yard and not look at all out of place. Finding a home that fits your style means appreciating the the subtleties of Grizzly Adams meeting the modern world in a fir tree-populated mountain paradise. At least you can keep the same Christmas tree every year; there's several to choose from in almost every front yard.

Moving to Snyderville
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It gets cold in the hills. It's a fact of life that soaring green peaks of summer will be snow-capped winter wonderlands in the colder months. Here the colder months start in September and last on until April or May, depending on the course of the jet stream. Ski lovers and snowboarders the world around show up near Snyderville in droves to get a chance to cruise down some of the best slopes in the western U.S. Much of the millions of dollars in development that took place to stage the Olympics in 2002 has been maintained through ordinances and donations designed to encourage an increase in tourism. The result is more slalom, luge and bobsled tracks waiting the slightly frosted adventurist than you can shake a ski pole at. Bundle up in the chilly months and take to the hills during spring time for a hike through some of the country's best unexplored wilderness.The Last ResortSnyderville is a resort town. Seeking employment after arriving is going to largely depend on what season is. Keep in mind that once the crowds leave, job pickings get lean. Making arrangements beforehand will provide a much better opportunity to sustain yourself through the off season without becoming too lean yourself. Traveling to Salt Lake City is about a thirty minute drive down I-80, depending on traffic, wildlife and the cooperation of the weather. If all goes well, you'd be much better off to explore the nearby metropolitan center than to rely too heavily on home town openings. The good news is, ten feet of snow on the freeway is a convenient excuse to take a sick day.Lincoln Log CabinsThe house rental options in Snyderville are going to have a distinct style, paying respects back to the region they inhabit. The log cabin, mountain living, rustic look is in full effect. If you've ever wanted a mailbox that looks like a miniature tree house mounted on a fallen limb, congratulations; you can finally bury that exact item in your front yard and not look at all out of place. Finding a home that fits your style means appreciating the the subtleties of Grizzly Adams meeting the modern world in a fir tree-populated mountain paradise. At least you can keep the same Christmas tree every year; there's several to choose from in almost every front yard.

Snyderville Neighborhoods

There are two main neighborhoods in Snyderville, along with a large sprawling development to the north. The west side consists almost entirely of construction in support of Canyon's Resort and it's surrounding commerce. The east side meets at the conjunction of I-80 and 189, providing a convenient commute to nearby communities. To the north, just across I-80, is an open, undesignated area of twisty roads and occasional housing with a healthy amount of property buffer between neighbors. Wherever you choose to search for apartments, each has a unique potential that separates it from the other options available. Don't say you weren't warned it would be a difficult choice, though.

West Side: Olympic Park is one of the most visited winter locations for adventure seekers and extreme sports fan in the country. Canyon's Resort and its accompanying condos provide a high class, distinguished lifestyle for those who prefer to be as close to the slopes as possible. Life is not cheap by any means, but all the amenities one could desire, including shopping, entertainment and access to the parks, is a snowball's throw away from every home. Just to the north, Park City ensures tourism continues, and the local economy has a constant influx of resources to help keep the city growing. East Side: The East Side is a great place to start looking for one bedroom apartments for rent. Month to month options may also be available, depending on the season. Located at the junction of two major roadways, and being the only way in or out of the city with reliability, this is the best area to live in for commuters from nearby towns. Shopping centers that hug the highway provide the basic necessities for day to day to living without excessive travel. During seasonal changes, this neighborhood experiences a slightly less drastic shift due to being a little further off the mountain. One thing that comes standard with every home on the East Side is an awe inspiring view of the majestic mountainsides, with gorgeous sunset displays offered nightly.North Side: The north side neighborhood is not as much a neighborhood as it is a collection of roads that every now and then lead to a driveway or two. Wide open spaces are the rule of the land once I-80 has been crossed, leading a person towards the unclaimed territories. If you like having neighbors that you don't actually encounter on a daily basis, check this area out. The North Side is also good for taking a walk along long country roads where traffic isn't a common obstacle.

Snyderville Neighborhoods
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There are two main neighborhoods in Snyderville, along with a large sprawling development to the north. The west side consists almost entirely of construction in support of Canyon's Resort and it's surrounding commerce. The east side meets at the conjunction of I-80 and 189, providing a convenient commute to nearby communities. To the north, just across I-80, is an open, undesignated area of twisty roads and occasional housing with a healthy amount of property buffer between neighbors. Wherever you choose to search for apartments, each has a unique potential that separates it from the other options available. Don't say you weren't warned it would be a difficult choice, though.

West Side: Olympic Park is one of the most visited winter locations for adventure seekers and extreme sports fan in the country. Canyon's Resort and its accompanying condos provide a high class, distinguished lifestyle for those who prefer to be as close to the slopes as possible. Life is not cheap by any means, but all the amenities one could desire, including shopping, entertainment and access to the parks, is a snowball's throw away from every home. Just to the north, Park City ensures tourism continues, and the local economy has a constant influx of resources to help keep the city growing. East Side: The East Side is a great place to start looking for one bedroom apartments for rent. Month to month options may also be available, depending on the season. Located at the junction of two major roadways, and being the only way in or out of the city with reliability, this is the best area to live in for commuters from nearby towns. Shopping centers that hug the highway provide the basic necessities for day to day to living without excessive travel. During seasonal changes, this neighborhood experiences a slightly less drastic shift due to being a little further off the mountain. One thing that comes standard with every home on the East Side is an awe inspiring view of the majestic mountainsides, with gorgeous sunset displays offered nightly.North Side: The north side neighborhood is not as much a neighborhood as it is a collection of roads that every now and then lead to a driveway or two. Wide open spaces are the rule of the land once I-80 has been crossed, leading a person towards the unclaimed territories. If you like having neighbors that you don't actually encounter on a daily basis, check this area out. The North Side is also good for taking a walk along long country roads where traffic isn't a common obstacle.

Living in Snyderville

As noted, Snyderville is a chiefly viewed as a resort town. A lot of the commerce in the city is related to tourism and to the seasonal changes. But don't let that deter you from year 'round living, because there's still plenty to do during the off-season.

For entertainment, it's common for most residents to take a trip down the interstate to the metropolis of Salt Lake City, where a plethora of options are available for you to choose from. However, there are enough options in Snyderville to keep the average resident entertained. Places like Park City Live and the Red Rock Brewery are centers of the local night scene. Lumpy's is also a great place to hang out with friends, have a few drinks and catch a game or two. For a taste of the lights and excitement, without the transit time, heading towards Park City in the southwest of Snyderville can provide an interesting diversion, as well as a rather expansive golf course with state park-sized tree hazards.

Living in Snyderville
+

As noted, Snyderville is a chiefly viewed as a resort town. A lot of the commerce in the city is related to tourism and to the seasonal changes. But don't let that deter you from year 'round living, because there's still plenty to do during the off-season.

For entertainment, it's common for most residents to take a trip down the interstate to the metropolis of Salt Lake City, where a plethora of options are available for you to choose from. However, there are enough options in Snyderville to keep the average resident entertained. Places like Park City Live and the Red Rock Brewery are centers of the local night scene. Lumpy's is also a great place to hang out with friends, have a few drinks and catch a game or two. For a taste of the lights and excitement, without the transit time, heading towards Park City in the southwest of Snyderville can provide an interesting diversion, as well as a rather expansive golf course with state park-sized tree hazards.