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Layton Real Estate

Layton was originally an extension of Kaysville and was initially included in the boundaries when the city of Kaysville was incorporated in 1868. In the 1880’s, the residents of the area wanted separation from the city of Kaysville. The dispute reached the United States Supreme Court and in 1894 it was decided in their favor. Layton became an independent unincorporated area until 1920 when the city finally became an incorporated town. 

Hill Air Force Base was built to the north in 1940 which led to a huge population increase. Layton quickly went from being a small farming community to a bustling residential area. Located 25 miles north of Salt Lake City, Layton is the most populous city in Davis County. 


Things to do

Sea Quest Aquarium – The aquarium is conveniently located in the Layton Hills Mall and is a fun interactive experience. Visitors can snorkel with stingrays or interact with otters, sloths, and kinkajous. It’s fun for the whole family!

Hill Aerospace Museum – The museum opened in 1987 and sits on 30 acres on the northwest corner of Hill Airforce Base. There are more than 90 military aircraft and aerospace on display as well as military vehicles, uniforms, and other artifacts. 

The Hive Winery – Founded in 2010, this local winery produces small batches of locally sourced, wines, ciders, and spirits. Visitors may visit their tasting room for an experience to remember. 

Author: D Ramey Logan

Points of Interest

Vietnam Memorial Wall Replica – Located at the north end of the Layton Commons Park, the memorial wall was dedicated on July 14th 2018 and contains 58,317 names of men and women who died during the Vietnam War. It is 360 ft long and is 80% scale of the Washington Monument. 

Heritage Museum – The Heritage Museum opened its doors in 1980 and is home to thousands of artifacts, photographs, and documents. The exhibits and displays tell the story of the cultural and social development of Northern Davis County. 

Adams Canyon Cabin – Adams Cabin is located up the popular Adams Canyon trail. Built by Elias Adams sometime in the early 1800’s, it is on national land and available for public use. It has a dirt floor, a sheet metal roof, and stone walls. The hike is a favorite for many of the local residents. 



Layton Hills Mall – The mall is the premier shopping center in Layton. Centrally located, it has everything you need from accessories and gifts to cell phone stores. There are 20 places to dine, including Buffalo Wild Wings and Texas Roadhouse. You’ll also find fun family entertainment at the mall. It has an escape room, a Cinemark, an arcade and an indoor dart tag arena!

Exchange on Hill AFB – For those living on the air force base, The Exchange is a mini-mall with a few shops and restaurants. It is open to the public and it makes shopping convenient for those living on the base. 



The schools in Layton, Utah are part of the Davis School District. It is the 2nd largest school district in the state and is primarily located within Davis county.  


Elementary Schools

Adams Elementary

Crestview Elementary

East Layton Elementary

Ellison Park Elementary

Heritage Elementary

King Elementary

Layton Elementary

Lincoln Elementary

Mountain View Elementary

Sand Springs Elementary

Vae View Elementary

Whitesides Elementary


Junior High Schools

Central Davis Junior High School 

Legacy Junior High School

North Layton Junior High School

Shoreline Junior High School


High Schools

Layton High School

Northridge High School