Lehi

Nestled in the valley between Mount Timpanogos and Flat Top Mountain.

Welcome to Lehi


Utah’s growing technology hub, less than 30 miles south of Salt Lake City

Lehi, Utah sits just north of Utah Lake, nestled in the valley between Mount Timpanogos and Flat Top Mountain. Home to 67,000 people, Lehi is a thriving city with a booming technology industry. At the center of the Silicon Slopes technology movement, Lehi has seen several technology companies putting down roots in the beautiful mountainside town. Lehi has dozens of hiking trails, including the Thanksgiving Point Trailhead, the Jordan River Trail, and the Historic Utah Southern Rail Trail. Meanwhile, Northlake Park and Spring Creek Park allow residents to enjoy the serenity of Utah Lake, where they can boat and fish in the summer or skate in the winter.

Residents love the local architecture, ranging from modern farmhouses to classic ranch and Colonial styles to lodge estates and modern homes. Homes in Lehi continue to grow in value as more and more people relocate for the town’s technological opportunities and breathtaking landscape.
 

What to Love

 
  • Thanksgiving Point
  • 30 minutes from Salt Lake City
  • More than 30 trails
  • A leading member of the Silicon Slopes movement
 

Local Lifestyle


Living in Lehi gives residents a strong suburban feel with a close community atmosphere. Locals are always visiting Thanksgiving Point for its rotating exhibits, attractions, and dozens of yearly festivals and events. A community that is centered around creativity, technology, and outdoor recreation, Lehi is becoming one of the top places to call home in Utah.
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping


Thanksgiving Point is an expansive farm complex in Lehi with several dining options. The Harvest Restaurant, located in the Water Tower Plaza, is a top spot for lunch and dinner, while the Trellis Cafe sits within the Ashton Gardens Visitor Center and is perfect for a quick lunch or dessert after exploring the area. Thanksgiving Point also has the Tower Deli, Expedition Cafe, and several others to choose from. In addition to what Thanksgiving Point has to offer, the Braza Grill is a rustic yet upscale Brazilian steakhouse with delicious BBQ and a large salad bar.

Scorez Sports Bar and Strap Tank Brewery are great options for live music. Concerts, plays, and other performances take place at the Lehi Arts Council, and Thanksgiving Point has a large Megaplex for seeing all the latest movies. For shopping, locals can take a trip to the Outlets at Traverse Mountain to shop at retailers like Tommy Hilfiger, Coach, and Ralph Lauren. There are also well-loved staples for finding all things camping, hunting, and fishing.
 

Things to Do

One of the top things to do in Lehi is visiting Thanksgiving Point, not only to dine at its fantastic eateries but also to visit its gardens and museums. The 50-acre Ashton Gardens brings seasonal exhibits like Dinosaur Island and Fairy Tale Festival to Lehi, along with the annual Tulip Festival. The gardens are also a great place to see the largest man-made waterfall in the country. Thanksgiving Point is also home to the Museum of Natural Curiosity, with its 400 interactive exhibits, and the Museum of Ancient Life, which features impressive dinosaur skeletons, excavation sites, and historic artifacts.

The Thanksgiving Point Golf Club offers a 7,717-yard course designed by Johnny Miller and set beside the Jordan River. Additionally, Cornbelly’s hosts a yearly corn maze and pumpkin festival at the Point, or Lehi locals can participate in the summer outdoor movie series and Pollinator Parade. The Timpanogos Storytelling Festival and Luminaria light display that happens later in the year.
 
 

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