Spanish Fork, Utah is a great place to live. Close to metropolitan Salt Lake City, you can enjoy professional sports (Utah Jazz, Real Salt Lake), attend college games (University of Utah, BYU) and spend time in the local mountains (it is close to Park City and neighboring resorts)! Spanish Fork hosts five large scale festivals each year that draw many visitors to the area: Fiesta Days, Icelandic Days, the Harvest Moon Hurrah, the Festival of Lights, and the Festival of Colors. With just under 35,000 residents, it is an up and coming city, attracting new business, shopping, and social activities. Located south of most of the Salt Lake City community, you can take advantage of the southern outdoor opportunities, like hiking, fishing, and exploring nature. Spanish Fork is a growing city and has many fun new restaurants and retailers. Once you visit our community, you'll find yourself wanting to stay and imagining your life tucked away in Utah Valley.