Deer Valley Resort has become known for revolutionizing ski area service and we never stop striving to better our guests’ vacation experience. Since opening in 1981, we have been committed to providing a level of care rarely found at a ski resort, delivering classic, consistent, quality service both on and off the mountain.
Explore over 500 miles of trails in Davis County. Get your FREE trail map today at any city office or bike shop in Davis County.
The trail systems in Davis County offer both paved and natural surface trails, mountain trails and lakeshore trails accommodating a wide range of users from bikers and joggers to walkers and strollers. This link provides details on a wide variety of trails within the County.
Davis County’s wide selection of trails (including those on Antelope Island) offers a unique rural/urban quality of life amenity to residents and businesses. Many trails include a great view of the world famous Great Salt Lake and have an abundance of wildlife.
Cities within the County also provide trail systems that access the popular D & RG Rail Trail and the Legacy Parkway Trail.
Located in the heart of Park City, Utah-a host city for the 2002 Winter Games-and just a 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport, Park City Mountain Resort has previously been named North America’s #1 Most Accessible Resort by the readers of SKI magazine.
Utah’s Largest Single Ski And Snowboard Resort
Canyons is located in Park City, Utah. Located just 4 miles from historic Main Street, Canyons is the closest Park City ski resort to the Salt Lake City International airport yet close enough to enjoy all the nightlife, dining and shopping that the town of Park City has to offer.
The mountain averages 500 inches of snow a winter. The snow is traditionally light, fluffy and dry making it a paradise for riders & skiers. Brighton is located directly in the path of winter storms and it is also at the very top of Big Cottonwood Canyon so it gets the very best of the “greatest snow on earth” and lots of it.
Far from the crowds at other resorts, 12 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon, is a whole different world; a world where the sense of calm and peacefulness can only be described as “solitude”.
Alta officially opened as a ski area in the winter of 1938-39. Throughout the years, Alta’s philosophy has been to offer a quality skiing experience for a fair price. The focus is on skiing, earning Alta accolades as a “purist’s mountain.” It is one of the three remaining areas in the United States to be a skier’s-only mountain. Snowboarding is not allowed. Ski Magazine’s Reader Resort Survey ranked Alta #1 for Overall Satisfaction.
Located six miles up Little Cottonwood Canyon, Snowbird is just a scenic 45 min drive from Salt Lake City International Airport, making same-day skiing and flying a reality. The resort has a wide variety of terrain for everyone to enjoy time on the slopes. Intermediate and advanced skiers will find endless opportunities in the Bird’s winter playground while beginners have options all over the mountain to hone in their skills.
No. of Holes/Par: 18/71
Total Yards: 6485 yards
Premier 18-hole mountain golf course with a spectacular view of Great Salt Lake and valley. This scenic course features cascading waterfalls, large greens, and many forms of wildlife. Rated 4-star and “best value” golf course by Golf Digest.
No. of Holes/Par: 18/71
Total Yards: 6800 yards
Nestled along the hillside of the Wasatch mountains this course provides a panoramic view of the valley and the Great Salt Lake. Conveniently located just 7 miles north of downtown Salt Lake City. Includes a driving range, snack bar, large reception lounge, plus motorized and pull carts. Accuracy, not distance is the key when playing this links-style course. Reservations recommended.
The primary purposes of the Bountiful Historical Preservation Foundation are to help in the gathering, recording, researching, preserving, archiving and disseminating the history of Bountiful. Our main goal is to provide a suitable museum for all historical information and artifacts of Bountiful, and make them readily available to the citizens of our community, so they may come to know and appreciate the sacrifices of our early pioneers in providing this wonderful community for us to live and raise our families in relative peace and tranquility.
At this site you’ll find the creative work of artists from northern Utah who’ve combined their energies to run a co-op gallery in the community of Bountiful, just north of Salt Lake City.
The mission of Bountiful Davis Art Center is to engage the community through quality artistic and cultural programs, provide educational experiences and encourage the growth and expression of art.
Here you can attend art exhibitions, art classes, musical events and more.
This family owned business offers tours of their chocolate factory, including samples and a history of the business.
Tours are only $1/person & take about 45 minutes. Call ahead to reserve a tour time: (801) 677-8888
Shop at their storefront full of chocolates & ice cream when you’re through with your tour.
Built in 2006, The Commons at West Bountiful is a regional retail center located immediately to the East of I-15 between 400 North and Center Street in West Bountiful. The Commons provides shopping alternatives to South Davis County residents and eliminates the need to drive to Layton or Salt Lake City for basic shopping. The Commons has Costco, Lowe’s, PetCo, Deseret Books and Office Depot as its anchors. A nice variety of other, smaller retail stores are available along with many nice eating establishments including Applebee’s, Texas Roadhouse, Mikado, Rumbi Grill, Pei Wei and Paradise Bakery.
Gateway Crossing area is just South of The Commons, and adds more shopping opportunities. In 2016, the home decor retailer At Home opened and compliments the other stores like TJMaxx, Ross, Tuesday Morning and more. Taste of India, McCallisters sandwich shop, and more restaurants are in the area as well.
Created by Robert Redford, Sundance is a haven for discovery and inspiration that offers diverse mountain recreation experiences year round. The rustic simplicity of Sundance Mountain Resort is graced by 5000 acres of protected wilderness at the base of 12,000 ft Mt. Timpanogos, only an hour’s drive from Salt Lake City and 45 minutes from Park City. Mountain recreation includes skiing, snowboarding, night skiing, cross country skiing and snowshoeing in winter and hiking, biking and horseback riding in summer and year round world class fly-fishing on the Provo River.
400 North to 500 South in Bountiful visit a variety of locally owned ecletic and specialized stores located in original buildings. Check their calendar for the farmer’s market and other events on Main Street.
Located by Costco, restaurants and other shopping.
CenterPoint Legacy Theatre has easy access from I-15 and is a beautiful state-of-the-art facility. They also offer a black box theatre and children’s acting classes.