Harvest Fields is a serene valley community with beautiful mountain views nestled in the southern end of Heber City. The area is ideally located between highways 189 and Victory, which provides easy access for commuting to Utah Valley or Park City, as well as a short driving distance from Utah's major ski resorts. The neighborhood features a large park for outdoor recreation and wide streets and sidewalks perfect for jogging or cycling.
Heber City is a quaint community set against the backdrop of the picturesque Mt. Timpanogos, located 17 miles south of Park City. Originally settled by English dairy farmers and cattle ranchers, the community attracts many families looking to escape the urban sprawl of the Wasatch front in exchange for fresh air and scenic beauty.
With the city’s proximity to Provo Canyon, Deer Creek Reservoir, and Sundance ski resort, there are a plethora of outdoor activities available year-round. During the summer, residents enjoy waterskiing, ziplining, and fly fishing. Early Fall is the perfect time for horseback riding, apple picking, or soaking in the colorful canyon views on the historic Heber train. Come winter, residents can warm up in one of the many natural springs in the area and visit the annual ice castles attraction. Springtime brings meadows of mountain flowers and bucolic countryside drives. Whatever time of year, Heber is the idyllic place to spend time and plant roots.