If you are wanting an off-the-beaten-path feel, then venture off to Woodland Hills. Known as the Crown Jewel of the Wasatch Front and with just over 2,000 residents, Woodland Hills is the smallest town in the Wasatch area. The city was founded in 1970 but didn’t become an official city until the end of 2000. People who have lived in this town have nothing but great things to say.
If you are looking to relocate, you should really consider Woodland Hills, nestled just up the hills past Springville. In the last year, the home appreciation went up 21.2%, but prices are still affordable for what you get. Since it is not an overgrown city, you will get breathtaking views of the mountains and lake.
Woodland Hills provides plenty for residents to do. Once a year, the city hosts a race that draws people from all around. With race levels for all ages, families can come and enjoy a beautiful scenic loop, followed by a warm breakfast made by the local fire department. Other community events include an annual town clean up, an Arbor Day celebration, Trunk-or-Treat in the park, and a Christmas tree lighting.
Taking place in both the spring and the fall, Woodland Hills Avalanche Soccer Club is a great recreational program for kids. The soccer club allows participants to have fun and get to know others in the community.
Woodland Hills students attend Salem and Payson schools, part of the Nebo School District. The district has excellent schools, and buses help with the commute.
If you are wanting to discover a town that feels like an escape, then sneak away to Woodland Hills. Drive around, take in the breathtaking views, and discover why it is called the Crown Jewel of the Wasatch Front.