Clydesdale Bend is a Provo Bay community with craftsman-style homes, sprawling fields, and enchanting mountain views. Known for its pastoral and agricultural farmland, the area exudes a small town charm in an otherwise growing area. The Provo River trail, Utah Lake State Park, and the Provo Airport are just a few of the many perks the community boasts. Enjoy summer weekends on Utah Lake, cycling along the Provo River, or hiking up Rock Canyon, all within a 10-minute drive.
Established in 1852 by pioneer settlers, Provo has grown from pastural fields and fruit orchards to Utah County's largest city. With a population of over 500,000 resident in the Provo-Orem metro area, the city is central to the entire valleys development and has continued to see consistent growth.
Home of Brigham Young University and Mount Timpanogos, Provo has established itself in the perennial top 10 best places to live in the country. Residents are a short drive away from skiing, mountain climbing, hiking, fishing, and enjoying a day on the lake. From Bridal Veil Falls to the Utah Lake State Park, Provo has it all.
In addition to all of Provo's points of interest and natural geography, the area is quickly becoming known for its start-up business culture and local economy. With companies like Vivint, Ancestry.com, Qualtrics, and Nu Skin making their home in Provo, the city presents plenty of employment opportunities to new residents looking to move into the area.