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Utah

Enticing Draper, Utah

Draper has grown from a small farming community of two square miles to a vibrant community of more than 30,000 persons spread over an area of 30.2 square miles. Draper is one of the most unique cities in Utah. Remaining true to its pioneer heritage, Draper is an area nestled between two major metropolitan cities surrounded by the beautiful setting of the Rocky Mountains. Residents can choose between rural or suburban living, while enjoying the amenities of big city life.

Draper residents enjoy an excellent quality of life. The community offers a diverse choice of home settings from your typical suburban subdivision to high quality town homes to horse and agricultural lots to mountain living and includes many, artistic, and recreational options. Draper has a plethora of open spaces and wetlands, parks, trails, equestrian facilities and historical museums. A short 20 minute drive will place in some of the most beautiful mountains in the world, home to world-class skiing and trails for hiking, riding, mountain biking and camping. Draper is also home to one of the nation’s best hang gliding schools and world acclaimed paragliding and hang gliding at the Point of the Mountain hang gliding park. South Mountain Golf Club, designed by the PGA and U.S. Open winner, David Graham and amateur title holder, Gary Panks, rests along the mountainside of Draper and features bridges, tunnels and rockwork connecting the holes.

Draper is a great community for shopping and dining. With the new commercial development, Draper Peaks providing enticing opportunities for new retail locations and restaurants. In Draper you won’t have to look far to find banking services. Multiple branches of large regional banks and credit unions as well as small community banks, call Draper home.

Draper as a business community, is poised to become an economic powerhouse in the next few years. It is an economic hub between Salt Lake County and Utah County as the city is geographically located in both counties. It is the home to an expanding business base of small business, high-tech industries and notable corporations.

Draper is a very unique and unusual place, it is a fast growing city with the heart of a small town. It is a great place to raise a family, invest in a home, and to locate or start a business.