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Welcome to Heber Valley Utah

Heber Valley homes for saleHeber Valley or Heber City as it’s also sometimes referred to, is a city in Northwest Wasatch County Utah and home to about 12,000 residents. Heber Valley is the long stretch of Valley just north of The deer Creek Reservoir that follows Highway 189 N. and South from Snyderville to Sundance. Heber City is the actual city within Heber Valley and it’s about an hour southeast of Salt Lake City.

This area was first settled in 1859, named after the Mormon apostle Heber C Kimball. It’s the county seat of Wasatch County and the original Heber City town Square is located on the west side of Main Street between center Street and 100 N. housing city offices and the historic Wasatch Stake Tabernacle and Heber Amusement Hall. The area was largely pastoral with dairy farms and cattle ranching throughout the early 19th century. Today, this beautiful, natural landscape is home to year-round residents and nature enthusiasts. Taking interview from “Utah’s Alps” from the Heber Valley offers as an astounding mountains blunder with endless outdoor recreation. Throughout the Valley you’ll find resorts, fantastic dining, world-class golf, and incredible accommodations as well as outdoor entertainment, a vast trail network, and luxurious and exclusive resorts.

Nestled in the beautiful mountain valley just a short drive from the Wasatch Front, Heber City Utah offers outstanding year-round recreation from golf and flyfishing to boating and water sports, skiing snow tubing, snowboarding and snowshoe hikes. Whether it’s winter or summer, the outdoor activities never stop.

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Things to Do in Heber ValleyHeber Valley

There are endless things to do, see, and explore in Heber Valley. While you can just go a few minutes away and enjoy all that the big city has to offer with Salt Lake City being no more than an hour away, you don’t need to leave Heber City to find great adventure.

Deer Creek State Park

This reservoir at the top of Provo Canyon is always busy as boaters, hikers, and swimmers are enjoying the cool lake. This lake is just a few minutes from downtown Heber City and offers camping, zip line tours, the Deer Creek Island Resort, and during the summer the Island Aqua Park. You’ll find a lot of residents cooling off at the Deer Creek State Park and Reservoir most summer weekends. But this is the only place to cool off: the Wasatch Mountain State Park and Jordanelle State Park both offer great lakes for paddle boarding, canoeing, kayaking, and cooling off.


There are dozens of trails all throughout Heber Valley including the Provo River Trail, which is just a mile and relatively flat to more challenging ones with boardwalks, waterfalls, and river crossings such a Nobletts Trail and Cascade Springs, Heber Valley has dozens of trails and hundreds of miles to explore throughout the Valley.

Heber Valley Railroad

This fun adventure is definitely something everyone should try at least once. This old historic railroad affectionately nicknamed the Heber Creeper takes on passengers in Heber City winding its way up through the mountains with the unique old Western gunfight and beautiful landscape through Deer Creek reservoir and Heber Valley. Throughout the year they have themed adventures, pirate trains, old Western shootouts, chocolate lovers escapes, and many more.

Homestead Crater

Talk about a unique cool off! Located in Midway just a few minutes from Heber City this unique hot Springs is definitely a hidden gem. This one-of-a-kind crater offers a geothermal spring hidden within a 55 foot tall, beehive-shaped limestone rock. Visit the resort hotel or enjoy a self-guided tour where you can experience the crystal clear mineral water as you go swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving or just enjoy a therapeutic soak.

While there’s plenty of things to do in Heber Valley alone, you’re no more than minutes to fantastic events year-round such as the unique Midway Ice Castles from January to February. This is a unique and one-of-a-kind adventure for the eyes with gorgeous ice castles, restaurants, rooms and more. Parks, festivals, Swiss Days in Midway, lights of Christmas, and other events definitely keep folks enjoying Heber City year-round.

Heber City Schools

Heber City is part of the Wasatch County School District and there are several schools in Heber Valley itself such as Old Mill School for prekindergarten through fifth grade, Wasatch high school, Timpanogos middle school, and JR Smith school for grades kindergarten through fifth grade. These are the top rated schools for Heber Valley but there are several others including Rocky Mountain middle school, the Heber Valley elementary school, and Midway school for grades up to fifth grade.

Why Live in Heber Valley

“Heber City is absolutely beautiful, safe, and welcoming. It boasts lovely trail systems and good food – an amazing place to visit and live. It is less than an hour from Salt Lake City and not even half and hour to main street Park City. Heber is amazing!”

“Small town, close-knit community. Much better than a busy, crowded, stuffy city. People are awesome there too!”

“This town still has that small town feel but at the same time has everything you need near by. Most people who love the outdoors enjoy the beautiful nature that you can find from the mountains to Provo river. There is always something to do in every season.” –

Heber Valley Real Estate

You’ll find a variety of homes and architectural styles as well as prices throughout Heber Valley. Just browsing the listings above can give you a good idea of what is for sale and the pricing. At any given time there’s about 150 properties, lots, and homes for throughout Heber Valley. The median sales price is about $500,000 but you’ll find homes and condominiums in downtown Heber City starting at about $180,000-$350,000. Single-family homes start at about $220,000 up to $900,000 but there are also those luxury estates and high-end properties with either a lot of amenities, acreage, and/or views that can run over $1 million.

If you’re looking to get out of the big city, back to nature, and yet enjoy small town charm, consider a home in Heber Valley. This beautiful spot in Utah is just waiting for your next home purchase. Contact us at any time to learn more or browse listings above and contact us to schedule a showing.