Rural ranch meets luxury mountain living. This is the best way to describe High Star Ranch. This community offers a wonderful blend of well-appointed charming cabins to spacious, luxury custom homes. Situated in Kamas, Utah High Star Ranch is just 20 minutes from Park City and 45 minutes from Salt Lake City or Provo making it a highly desirable and commutable location. Tucked away at the base of the Uinta Mountains, High Star boasts over 1,200 prime acres providing for the perfect balance of livable/recreational acres and has direct access to over 2.2 million acres of the Uinta National Forest. Now, let’s talk amenities.
For some residents, the DeJoria Center is their favorite amenity. The DeJoria Center is an incredible 30,000 square foot event center that offers dining at the award-winning State Road Restaurant and Tavern, concerts (both outdoors in the summer and indoors in the winter) featuring up and coming performers to some of the most renowned and famous singers, bands and comedians in the world. The DeJoria Center has become the go-to place for outdoor weddings providing a rustic yet sophisticated elegance as a backdrop. It is also the ideal place for corporate functions, parties and tradeshows.
For those residents that prefer more outdoorsy amenities, High Star Ranch boasts over 16 miles of a single-track mountain biking trail system, over 30 miles of hiking and equestrian trails, equestrian facilities, fitness facility, stocked fishing pond, clubhouse, community pool, pickle ball and bocce ball courts, horseshoe areas, unparalleled snowmobiling and its close proximity to some of the best fly-fishing in the world! And if all that wasn’t enough, High Star Ranch is a mere 20 minutes away from all three of Park City’s world-renowned ski areas and the exclusive dining, shopping, art galleries, entertainment and nightlife of Historic Main Street in Old Town Park City. Whether you just want a vacation mountain escape to call your own or want the ultimate balance of live/work/play, High Star Ranch checks all the boxes.