Eden Real Estate
This small one stop-light town is nestled between the North and Middle Fork of the Ogden River, north of Pineview Reservoir. As the valley was being settled, several pioneers hired a surveyor named Washington Jenkins to plot out the town. He declared that it was “the most beautiful place he’d ever seen” inspiring the biblical name of Eden which was bestowed upon the small community. The first settlers arrived in 1859.
Today, this small community is a flourishing ski town and outdoor recreation center. Surrounded by rolling fields, incredible mountainscapes, and two ski resorts, Eden is an idyllic place to call home. It is unincorporated but has its own post office and zip code.
Things to do
New World Distillery – Located a stone’s throw away from several major ski resorts, this local, small batch, craft distillery is a favorite among locals. They provide tours and tastings and have a lovely retail space. You’ll find local bitters, cocktail mixers, swag, and recipe cards. They are currently only offering virtual tours and tastings due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Pineview Reservoir – The large reservoir borders Huntsville on the eastern and southern shores while Eden claims the northern and western shores. Pineview offers a variety of outdoor activities year round including water skiing, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, camping, and boating. There are sandy beaches and paved launch ramps. People come from all over the state to enjoy everything Pineview has to offer.
Powder Mountain – The Powder Mountain Resort opened in February of 1972. It is now a year round resort with 9 lifts and mountain bike trails. Whether you are looking for winter fun or outdoor adventure, Powder Mountain has a variety of activities available.
Nordic Valley – The ski resort is famous for its ski school and was one of the best downhill training ski areas for the 2002 Winter Olympics. Nordic Valley has 3 aerial lifts, 1 surface lift, 23 runs, and awesome night skiing.
Eden Park – Located in the heart of Eden, the park is a common gathering place for locals. It has a full size horse arena, fields for soccer and football, a baseball diamond, restrooms, and a child’s playground. The Community Center is at the corner of the park and has a large meeting room, restrooms, and a full kitchen.
Eden Center – Located in the heart of Eden, The Eden Center is the home of local retail businesses. Shoppers will find unique gifts, an ice cream shop, a hair salon, handmade goat milk soap and lotion, pizza, a saloon, and much more.
Valley Market Grocery Store – This small town grocery store is a favorite among locals and travelers alike. The locally owned store meets the needs of shoppers and provides the kind of service you can only expect in a friendly small town.
The schools in Eden, Utah are part of the Weber School district which covers all of Weber county except the city of Ogden. It is the fifth largest school district in Utah.
Junior High School