Woodland Hills Real Estate
The beautiful city of Woodland Hills Utah is located at the south end of Utah County below Mount Loafer and is part of the Provo-Orem Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is the fifth smallest city in the county. It was incorporated as a town in 1979 and certified as a city on November 3, 2000.
Things to do
The Meadows City Park – This 10 acre park at the top of the city overlooks Utah Lake and Utah Valley. There is a paved path, a large grassy field, picnic tables, and a playground. The park also hosts the annual Woodland Hills Days every September as well as other community gatherings.
Woodland Biscuit Company – The biscuit company is a favorite among locals. Their delicious breakfast and lunch menu includes their famous biscuits and delicious sandwiches. The small quaint building is off the beaten path and a hidden gem.
Loafer Mountain and Santaquin Peak Trail – This out and back 11.2 mile trail is located in nearby Santaquin and is a popular destination frequented by locals. It is used for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and backpacking. There are picturesque views of the Payson Lakes area, Mt. Nebo, and Mt. Pleasant.
Points of Interest
Woodland Farmhouse Inn – The inn is a popular stop for travelers and was built in the late 1800’s. This historic home is walking distance from the Woodland Biscuit Company. Many prefer this cozy home to staying in hotels in nearby Heber City or Park City.
There is no shopping available in Woodland Hills. Most residents shop in nearby Spanish Fork or Provo.
Spanish Fork Marketplace – The marketplace is a popular location for all types of shopping. There is a Macey’s grocery store, a Dollar Tree, a Walmart, gas stations, and many other stores and restaurants.
Provo Towne Center – Located in the heart of Provo, the Towne Center includes many unique shops and restaurants. Shoppers enjoy visiting Dillard’s, Buckle, Bath & Body Works, and much more!
The Nebo School District serves the southern part of Utah County including Mapleton, Payson, Spanish Fork, Springville, Salem, and Woodland Hills. There are no schools in the city of Woodland Hills and students attend school in Salem.
Junior High School