Set high above the inversion of the valley in the Utah’s Woodland Hills, Summit Creek is home to those who believe one’s best life is lived amid the grandeur of nature — with every modern convenience within reach. High-end homes, meticulously built and positioned throughout the property, afford residents a nourishing lifestyle that transcends the expectations of common mountain living. A close-knit residential community of families, adventurers and experience-seekers, Summit Creek is built upon an authentic relationship between its residents and the surrounding landscape.
Luxury Afforded by Nature
While Summit Creek’s backyard — inclusive of 300+ acres of uninhibited land — is a sought-after amenity in and of itself, the mountainside residential community facilitates a highly amenitized lifestyle that modern-day families crave. With access to Summit Creek’s Loafer Clubhouse, Summit Springs pool complex, forthcoming wellness center and community trails, residents reap the many rewards of elevated mountain living.
Moments Away from Everything You Need
While residents are drawn to the simple bliss that nature affords, Summit Creek enjoys access to the best of Utah Valley in nearby Salem, Payson, Spanish Fork and beyond. Whether you wish to shop, dine, golf, or explore neighboring parks, everything is within reach.
With strong schools and top universities, a highly ranked hospital less than 5 miles away and both regional and international airports, Summit Creek’s surrounds are teeming with necessities and more.
Inspiring Mountain Views
Set amid the foothills of the Wasatch Range in Utah’s Woodland Hills, Summit Creek is placed high and out of the ordinary. Here, high above the inversion of Utah Valley below, residents are granted access to exclusive trails and panoramic views of the surrounding peaks — a natural luxury without cost. Amid the sunrise and set, revel in boundless hiking and vistas of Loafer Mountain and Santaquin Peak; and, just beyond, West Mountain, Antelope Island, Loafer Canyon, Utah Lake, Mount Timpanogos and Provo Peak.