The Rivers is a tranquil and quiet community situated at the mouth of Hobble Creek Canyon off Canyon Road in Springville. The area hosts grandiose mountain views, beautiful homes canopied by lush trees, and easy access to amazing outdoor recreation. In addition to the golfing, hiking, camping, hunting and fishing that Hobble Creek offers, the immediate area surrounding the community hosts Springville's favorite park.
Enjoyed by residents near and far, Bartholomew park features a beautiful reservoir for families to swim, paddle board, and soak up the summer sun. With picnic areas, a food shack, and large fields for dogs and games, the park is truly the community's prized gem.
Nicknamed "Art City", Springville is known for its historical downtown area that is adorned by numerous bronze sculptures. In addition to the local art found throughout town, the city is also home to the Springville Museum of Art, which is one of Utah’s first museums and houses a rich collection of locally and internationally renowned art.
Nestled just below the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains and near lush Hobble Creek, this quaint community, just five miles south of Provo, has seen robust growth over the last ten years. During the relaxed summer days, families come together to celebrate Springville’s Art City Days. Festivities include hot air balloons, a parade, carnival rides, contests, an art and farmers market, fireworks, and more. This welcoming and charming community is a perfect place for people of all ages to call home.