This is the cheapest wooded 20 acres within 30 min of Park City. This property is perfect for a small hidden bug out shelter. The property features a seasonal stream, a small spring and a wallow close by. Also close by is a year round stream and beaver pods with brook trout. It is fully wooded with aspens and a few pines on the north facing slope, and scrub oak and sage on the south facing slope. There is an atv trail that goes through the middle. With only a few cabins in the surrounding thousands of acres, the trout and elk are all yours!

Bridge Hollow is located in the Woodland Crest subdivision. Originally an HOA that included Woodland Estates, but dissolved years ago. Now, with no HOA fees, the area is a beautiful solitary oasis surrounded by Wolf Creek Ranch and Victory Ranch. There are only 6 cabins located within thousands of acres of land ready for recreation.

The entire subdivision and surrounding properties are private land. Within the subdivision the owners allow common use with the exception of developed areas. For example, you could hike, hunt, snowmobile on another’s property as long as you are respectful and avoid bothering them. With that being said, the owners enjoy their solitude.

Wolf Creek Ranch and Victory Ranch are private property which is fenced in some places, and some places it is not. If you decide to venture outside the subdivision you might be kindly asked to wonder back. Other forms of recreating on Wolf Creek Ranch and Victory Ranch (e.g. motor sports, hunting) would very easily result in the Sheriff being called.

Also within a short drive you can access Jordanelle Reservoir and the Unita-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.

Although there is no water rights included with the property, several water shares are available for sale between $5,000-10,000 depending on the type and location.  Recently a land owner was able to buy two shares of South Kamas water company for $11,000. This information is offered as a courtesy and all buyers must verify all information.

If desiring to build, you would have to purchase sufficient shares and transfer them to the property. Then get approval to develop a spring or drill a well.

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