While Summit Creek offers matchless year-round living, it goes without saying that the coldest winter days afford us an even greater appreciation for warmer months. There’s an unspoken agreement that, yes, summer nights at Summit Creek are amongst the most memorable. That exploring the Wasatch amidst greenery sheathed in dew is perhaps the most meditative practice there is. That, yes, summer is—without a doubt—a reason in and of itself to put down roots in this magical Utah locale. Below, get a glimpse of why we live—truly live—for a Summit Creek summer.
Immerse Yourself in the Outdoors
There is no shortage of outdoor adventure at Summit Creek come summer. Our 300+ acres of uninhibited land become yours to experience and discover. Grab a mountain bike to reach the highest peaks, put on a pair of sneakers to run amongst the tall grass, hop in a ranger to catch the sunset from your favorite lookout point. Whatever it is that fuels your mind, body and soul, you can find it just beyond your doorstep.
Yet, while we’d love for Summit Creek to be host to every adventure under the sun, there are several summer activities to engage in nearby. With the Provo River, Deer Creek River and Jordanelle Reservoir just a drive away, fly fishing is a summer must. And, if you want to hike or mountain bike in a mountainside setting that’s not your backyard, check out Slate Canyon Loop Trail and Rock Canyon Trail in Provo.
Explore Nearby Happenings
While residents are drawn to the simple bliss that nature affords, Summit Creek boasts access to countless modern conveniences and nearby summer happenings. The collective Utah community holds summer in an incredibly high regard; as such, the warmer months are teeming with city fairs and art festivals.
One of the area’s most popular events, Provo Freedom Days is held from June 30-July 4, featuring rides, carnival games, delicious fair food, arts and crafts from local vendors, as well as live music entertainment. Spanish Fork Fiesta Days is another fun-filled happening that takes place from July 20-24. The annual celebration includes parades, fireworks and the much-anticipated rodeo. If you’re interested in more Utah happenings, take a look at the festivals on this list.
So, what does it mean to really live? It’s simple. When you’re able to take advantage of the little things, enjoy the company of loved ones, abide by the rising and setting sun, and smile all the while—that’s living. Here, we live. And summer makes it incredibly easy to do so.