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Maple Ridge Ranches

Maple Ridge Ranches is a newer, exclusive ranch community located in the charming town of Oakley – just 20 minutes outside of Park City, Utah. This gated community, with year-round access, features 38 private home estates, ranging from 5 to 144 acres spread out over an impressive 1,140 acres. It is perfect for anyone looking for expansive, open-range living that offers seclusion and privacy. 

To preserve the open-range, mountain ambiance of this new Oakley community, homes at Maple Ridge Ranches are designed using barn-style architecture with large open-concept living spaces that take advantage of natural light and spectacular views of the Uinta Mountains. Exterior and interior finishes are constructed using natural materials indigenous to the area. Timbers hewn in the historic Oakley sawmill are used in beamed ceilings and entryways and natural stone dug from the local quarry, is used in exterior finishes and interior finish details allowing this community to blend into the surrounding landscape naturally.


Maple Ridge Ranches April 15, 2024
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The community at Maple Ridge Ranches features boundless opportunities for outdoor adventure with 152 acres of ponds and seasonal streams, two private open space areas, as well as a private trail system for hiking, mountain biking, and equestrian activities. 

Owners and prospective buyers are drawn to Maple Ridge Ranches because of its wild, tranquil and unobstructed beauty. The Maple Ridge Ranches development maintains as much wild preserve and open space as possible through its building standards. For instance, perimeter fencing is not permitted (to allow free movement of wildlife) and constructed homes occupy less than ten percent of total property acreage. 

Maple Ridge Ranches is nestled in picturesque Weber Canyon, which is home to thousands of acres of public lands accessible in the Wasatch Cache National Forest, and calls to four-season adventure seekers. During summer months enjoy Blue Ribbon fly-fishing, hiking through wildflowers, camping among Aspen trees, horseback riding on equestrian trails, mountain biking, and boating at nearby Smith and Morehouse Reservoir. When winter hits, Weber Canyon becomes a mecca for backcountry skiing, cross-country skiing, winter hiking, and snowshoeing as well as snowmobiling adventures. Deer Valley Resort and Utah’s newest ski resort, Mayflower, are also a short drive away for even more outdoor adventures.