About Us

Nestled in the Wasatch Mountains of Park City Utah, North of historic Bitner Ranch, The Preserve features 84 exclusive home sites thoughtfully placed on 1,700 acres of south- and west-facing mountain land at elevations from 6,400 to 7,900 feet. Serenity and inspiring panoramic vistas boast an exclusive mountain retreat in the world-class resort town.

The Preserve was founded on the principle of protecting open space and embracing the indigenous wildlife and natural environment. Careful design guidelines were created to ensure this serene lifestyle remains unspoiled for the owners, families, and future generations.

While this luxury, gated real estate development provides the ultimate feeling of seclusion, it is remarkably just a few minutes from Park City’s ski resorts and coveted amenities. The mountain community boasts some of the largest and best planned home sites in the Park City area.

The Preserve is 25 miles East of Salt Lake City in the Wasatch Mountains of Park City, Utah on the high land of the original Bitner Ranch. It is a scenic, 35-minute drive to Salt Lake City International Airport via Interstate 80 and just minutes from Park City’s historic Main Street and three world-class ski resorts – Canyons, Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley.

Offering true serenity amidst spectacular, natural surroundings, The Preserve provides sanctuary living with Park City’s famed activities and attractions within easy reach.



Park City’s year-round recreational offerings make it one of the country’s most popular playgrounds for active individuals and families attracted by the outdoor lifestyle and natural beauty the Wasatch Mountains offer. It is one of the most accessible resort communities thanks to its close proximity to Salt Lake City International Airport, making it convenient for Parkites to enjoy an ideal, healthy lifestyle while having the ability to travel easily for business and pleasure. Recreational activities range from alpine and Nordic skiing to hiking and mountain biking a network of more than 350 miles of trails which interconnect with The Preserve.

Thanks to Park City’s convenient location, it is also a center for abundant cultural activity, attracting renowned artists and entertainers from around the world. The worldwide recognition of the Sundance Film Festival has helped propel Park City into a respected arts community and spawned other events such as the many outdoor musical series at Deer Valley and The Canyons, the Kimball Arts Festival, and the Park City Food & Wine Classic.

The Park City School District is consistently Utah’s best and ranks in the top 100 nationwide. Local and Salt Lake City private school options are available as well.

Like our visitors, residents of Park City come from every corner of the United States and overseas. They are attracted to the small, close-knit community for the four-season recreation, beautiful environment, and cultural and professional opportunities not often found in resort towns.

For an overview of Park City’s offerings and relocation information, visit www.parkcityinfo.com



Winter & Spring

With three world-class ski areas and the impressive Utah Olympic Park, it’s no wonder Park City was host to so many events during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and continues to host the World Cup and other high-profile competitions each winter. Average annual snowfall is 350-inches of the “Greatest Snow on Earth,” making Utah renowned for the lightest, driest, and most consistent snowfall on the planet. Skiing, snowboarding, bobsledding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and Nordic skiing are just some of the favorite winter pastimes.

The Preserve is an easy drive to the town’s three world-class ski areas – Canyons, Park City Mountain Resort, and Deer Valley. The Canyons, closest to The Preserve, offers the luxury of concierge-guided skiing and fine dining throughout the resort village. We’re also about 45 minutes to Solitude, Brighton, Snowbird, Alta, and Sundance ski areas. The Park City Ice Arena is a center for curling, hockey and ice skating, and the Park City Racquet Club offers indoor tennis and workout facilities. The Fieldhouse, a 48,000-square-foot athletic center, is just five minutes away. Also nearby is the Utah Olympic Park with programs for bobsledding, skeleton, luge and ski jumping.

Summer & Fall

“I came for the winter but stayed for the summers,” is a local mantra in Park City thanks to moderate summer temperatures, low humidity and abundant sunshine – ideal conditions for outdoor activity. More than 350 diverse miles of interconnected trails cater to all abilities of trail runners, mountain bikers, hikers and horseback riders. The Preserve’s Flying Dog trail provides access to miles of trails in the area. Deer Valley, Park City Mountain Resort, and Canyons offer lift-served mountain biking and hiking. The Mid-Mountain Trail at 8,000 feet connects the three resorts. Jordanelle and Rockport reservoirs are scenic spots for boating, waterskiing, windsurfing and jet skiing. The Provo and Weber rivers provide exceptional opportunities for fly fishing, kayaking and whitewater rafting.

Owners at The Preserve are invited to purchase golf or social club memberships directly from neighboring Glenwild Golf Club & Spa.


Cultural Offerings

Park City’s diverse cultural events and offerings rival those of even the most cosmopolitan areas. From performing and visual arts to culinary and wine events, there truly is something to suit every whim and interest throughout the year.

Main Street’s historic Egyptian Theatre offers musicals, plays and stand up comedy on a weekly basis. The Park City Film Series features screenings of the latest independent and foreign films. Park City Performing Arts Foundation brings national music acts to the Eccles Center in the winter and the outdoor amphitheater at Deer Valley throughout the summer. Utah Symphony & Opera’s Deer Valley Music Festival offers numerous concerts during the summer months. On Thursdays throughout the summer, there is live music outdoors just a few minutes from The Preserve at Newpark Town Center, as well as at The Canyons. The Park City Food and Wine Classic has become an established event in July for culinary and wine aficionados, attracting an array of wineries and celebrated chefs from the area. One of the biggest arts festivals in the country, The Park City Kimball Arts Festival occupies Main Street the first weekend of August featuring national and international artists showcasing their works to thousands of art lovers.

And then there’s the Sundance Film Festival, one of the world’s largest and most renowned gatherings of filmmakers, celebrities and entertainment-related companies. Every January, New York and Hollywood descend upon Park City, providing ample opportunity to discover the latest in independent film and attend star-studded parties.

Park City’s dining and nightlife scene is as varied as its recreational offerings. Newpark Town Center, Redstone, and Main Street are bursting with restaurants that cater to every taste and style and provide impressive wine selections typically expected in more urban settings. Cuisine options include Italian, Southwestern, Asian, French, Mediterranean, and contemporary American. The Park City Area Restaurant Association organizes the Savor the Summit event to kick off each summer. Closing to vehicular traffic, Main Street is lined with a Grande Table, with restaurants hosting the town’s largest outdoor dinner party for thousands of attendees.

Park City’s cultural life truly complements the recreational offerings and beautiful environment. The most difficult aspect of living here is deciding what to do next!


Preserve Trail System

In cooperation with Mountain Trails Foundation, The Preserve has constructed more than 11 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, ski touring and snowshoeing. All are interconnected with other community trails. The Flying Dog Trail, popular for its exhilarating encounters with migrating moose and elk, leads over the mountain into The Preserve’s 450 acres of Designated Open Space in the Morgan County wilderness. With a very strong commitment to open space, public trails are the natural path to the broadest appreciation of nature.