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Homes for Sale in Kamas UtahWhen most people think of Kamas they think of the charming western ranching town that is the Gateway to the Uintas.   They picture the expansive ranches, horses and cattle in the adjacent town of Marion as part of Kamas.  It’s true that Kamas has historically been a town of wide-open spaces and ranches with a smattering of Victorian homes, log homes, and newer homes all clustered around a growing town center, but today Kamas is so much more.   To the north is the upscale adventure community of High Star Ranch, located on 1,046 acres, much of which is dedicated open space.  High Star Ranch offers exquisite custom homes, a clubhouse, swimming pool, miles of single track, and equestrian opportunities all backing up to 2.2 million acres of open space in the Uintas wilderness.  The DeJoria Center at High Star is a popular venue for summer concerts and events that is open to the public.  High Star is not a club community so no membership dues are required.  

Next to High Star is the ranching community of Marion which offers huge skies, big mountain views, plenty of sunlight and wide-open spaces, all just 20 minutes from Park City.  In the center of Kamas, homes are being renovated, affordable townhome communities are being built, and Main Street is bustling.  Families and full-time residents are flocking to Kamas for its affordability, easy 15 minute drive to Park City and the resorts, friendly, casual atmosphere, light traffic, low density and good school system.  If you haven’t been to Kamas in a while, it’s time to visit again and see why Kamas is the hot new place to be.  If you like Kamas, you might also like Marion, Woodland and Francis.

Learn more about Kamas below.

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Things to do in Kamas

The Kamas Utah area is full of hidden gems and fun things to see and do. Whether you’re visiting or planning to make Kamas your permanent home or even a second home destination, there are plenty of beautiful places to see, things to explore, and sites to experience.

Mirror Lake. This gorgeous drive located along Mirror Lake Highway is just 15 minutes east of Park City and close to Kamas Utah. With your camping, ATV-ing across the dunes, fishing, hiking, boating, or exploring many of the activities to do in the winter such as skiing, snowboarding, and ice fishing, this is a beautiful escape from the hustle and bustle of the big city. This natural beauty offers a stunning glimpse into Utah’s perfect nature setting and is definitely something not to miss when visiting or living in Kamas Utah.

The Samak Smoke House is a must-stop roadside attraction featuring real house smoke jerky, fish, dry goods and provisions for a trip to the upper elevations, a fantastic country store and if you haven’t figured it out yet, “Samak” is just “Kamas” backward. Located on the scenic byway to Mirror Lake this general store is a great stop for anyone camping or just looking to grab some essentials on their way out of town. It’s open seven days a week and offers tips on activities for summer and winter such as fishing and camping supplies, maps and recreational passes, to go lunches and canoe rentals, espresso, gift packs and firewood.

DeJoria Center – Just 60 miles outside of Park City is a great location for summer concerts, events, activities and a fantastic venue. These world-class facilities offer a scenic location in the Uinta foothills making it one of the best venues for concerts in the state. It offers fantastic lighting and sound technology in a beautiful 1100 acre High Star Ranch.

Volker’s Bakery is a Kamas treat with European artisan-style bread made with the freshest locally grown Utah ingredients available. They are Utah’s number one favorite European style bread, pastries, and pizza. You’ll find them at farmer’s markets but you can also pick up an order online.

Fiesta Days and High Uintas Classics are two major events in Kamas Utah each year.   Fiesta Days offers a Demolition Derby, Bill Wars, Rodeo, pageants and more. The High Uintas Classic is a two-day bicycle race that takes place every summer, usually in mid-June. The race features a mountain stage that takes participants on the Mirror Lake Highway from downtown Kamas over Bald Mountain Pass and into Evanston, Wyoming. Part of the route for the final two stages of the 2012 Tour of Utah cycling race went through downtown Kamas. The Tour of Utah returned in 2013 and cyclists went through Kamas again during the sixth and final stage.

Kamas Schools

Kamas is served by the South Summit School District and there are three schools in town, the South Summit elementary school, the South Summit middle school, and the South Summit high school. Students in nearby towns of Peoa, Oakley, Marion, Francis, and Woodland all send students to these schools. Students in nearby Weber Canyon and Mirror Lake Canyon also reside within the school district boundaries. The district office is in Kamas.

Why Live in Kamas

Do people commute from Salt Lake City?

Not really, it is quite the track at about 45 minutes to an hour outside of Salt Lake City.

Kamas is a small city and the gateway to the High Uintas Force and Recreation area. There’s grocery stores, a few gas stations, drive-in restaurants and it’s open throughout the year. It’s about 10 to 15 miles northeast of Heber City. A beautiful drive by the Jordanelle Reservoir will get you to Kamas.

“Kamas has given me so many opportunities that has helped me grow and develop as a person. The school has taught me so much on not only the educational side but also about the real-life side of things. I have gained so much experience from the things I have been able to because of the many things made available to me in the Kamas Valley.” – Niche.com

How far is Kamas from Park City?

Kamas is just 16 miles from Park City.

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Kamas Real Estate

Real estate in Kamas Utah is all over the board. You can find beautiful lots and acres of land for anywhere from $400,000 to over $1 million or single-family homes in town between $350,000 and $700,000. Only family homes, acreage, estate homes and new construction can all be found in Kamas. The best way to find a home in Kamas Utah is to contact our office at any time. We can set you up to be notified immediately when new properties are listed in the area or can provide you with a customized list of similar properties throughout Kamas Utah.

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