Shamrock Village is one of the last new home developments in Woods Cross, and features a variety of homesites ranging from small cottage-style lots to large, half acre properties. Shamrock is the perfect move-up community, designed to create a better living experience with broader setbacks, a looped trail system, and 40-foot park strip between the property and Legacy Highway. A beautiful 3.5-acre park is equipped with an impressive "tot lot" and pavilion.
Ideally situated in Woods Cross, Shamrock Village has quick access to I-15, I-215, and Legacy Parkway. Whether residents work or play in Salt Lake or Davis County, convenient access to three major freeway systems, as well as the airport, makes Shamrock Village the perfect home base for commuters. The FrontRunner station, just a few blocks away at 750 South and 800 West, serves commuters traveling a greater distance. Trains run hourly starting at 4:30 am, making Woods Cross a great option for professionals working in Ogden, Salt Lake, or Provo.
With a direct connection to the Legacy Parkway Trail, Shamrock Village provides access to 14 miles of paved trail, which is perfect for biking, running, or walking with a stroller. The Legacy Nature Preserve lies on the west side of the highway and offers beautiful scenery for all to enjoy. For longer distance recreation, the Jordan River Parkway Trail offers 50 miles of walking paths, accessible at the southern end of Legacy Parkway Trail.
Woods Cross is conveniently located in Davis County between Bountiful and North Salt Lake near the bottom of the Great Salt Lake Basin. The new Woods Crossing development is designed to be a gathering place for residents and will include a variety of retail shops, a waterfall, Smith’s grocery store, and even a clock tower.
Service is very important to the residents of Woods Cross. The Community of Promise organization is a group of individuals who help serve the community through a variety of programs addressing areas such as literacy, gardening, city beautification, preparedness, summer recreation, and city-wide celebrations. There are always opportunities to serve the community or make donations to help improve the city and the lives of its residents. There is something for every age in Woods Cross. Youth who are in 9th through 12th grade are invited to participate in the Youth City Council or work in a summer recreation program.