Only 15 minutes north of Salt Lake City, Bountiful has its own unique vibe. Bountiful was the second city to be settled in Utah, when Perrigrine Sessions arrived with his family in 1847. Numerous holiday celebrations, convenient access to the outdoors, and local attractions make Bountiful a beautiful, fun place to live.
Gorgeous sunsets - From the Bountiful ridge, one can see the entire valley and the Great Salt Lake. Unsurprisingly, these surroundings provide a stunning backdrop for the sun as it falls along the horizon. Some of the town’s most popular locations for sunset-viewing are Bountiful Boulevard and the the Bountiful Ridge golf course.
Get outdoors - Mueller Park is the most popular outdoor destination in the Bountiful area. Hikers, bikers, and campers enjoy this open space. Visit Elephant Rock - located in Mueller Park - for some of the best views of Bountiful and Antelope Island. Bountiful Ridge Golf Course offers recreation and views as well.
Celebrate good times! - Holiday celebrations are big in Bountiful. On July 4, a firework show at Mueller Park lasts for 45 minutes. On Memorial Day, a Bagpipe Concert at Lakeview Cemetery always draws an enormous crowd. Hand Cart Days is another big event around Pioneer Day every year.
Classic restaurants - At Mandarin Restaurant, a restaurant which has been called “The Red Iguana of Chinese Food,” a line of customers starts to form before the restaurant even opens. Since 1978, the Mandarin has served delicious chinese food to happy customers. Pace’s Dairy Ann Drive Thru, another local favorite, offers classic burgers and shakes.
Bountiful boasts homes and lots of all eras and sizes. In Bountiful you’ll find brand-new townhouses, some of Utah’s biggest mansions, and midcentury single-family houses.