Take a short drive south of Park City, Utah and you will transition from Summit County into Wasatch County. To your left the Jordanelle Reservoir; on your right the gondola at Deer Crest and the eastern access to Deer Valley Resort®.
Soon the scenic Heber Valley unfolds before your eyes.A beautiful, picturesque valley graced by the profile of Mount Timpanogas and cradling the meandering blue-ribbon fly-fishing waters of the Middle Provo River, the Heber Valley is home to the Swiss-themed hamlet of Midway, Utah.
Midway, nestled against the foothills of Wasatch State Park and home to therapeutic waters of The Homestead Resort, has long been the get-a-way of preference for residents of the Salt Lake Valley seeking fresh mountain air and serene, relaxing day trip. Today, you can find many transplanted 'Parkites' (a term to a Park City resident) in search of the more leisurely pace of life found just over the hill. Midway has five public access golf courses, a charming walkable village, and the aforementioned blue-ribbon fly fishing of the Middle Provo River.
Like all of the communities in the Heber Valley, agriculture runs deep in the history of Midway, Utah. Were there were once seven dairy farms, now has grown into housing subdivisions, golf courses and vacation homes. Home prices start just under $400,000. Townhomes and condo prices start around $200,000.
In 2014, Midway’s population was 4,436 which equates to nearly 55 people per square mile, all sharing one of the best settings in the west. The area also offers several mountainside cabin and eclectic homes, most with panoramic-postcard views. Downtown Midway, adorned with period homes from small cottages to larger brick and historic-sandstone homes is home to numerous summer and winter activities.
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