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A Place Where Kids Choose a Life of Adventure and Activity.

Firefly, situated in Eagle Mountain off SR-73, is a meticulously master-planned community with a vision of fostering an environment where our children can thrive to their fullest potential. Spanning 2,780 acres, Firefly includes over 350 acres of parks, trails, open space, along with a variety of amenities. It's been meticulously designed to encourage outdoor activities and engagement, aiming to steer kids away from excessive screen time towards a more balanced lifestyle. Interconnected through a comprehensive trail system stretching from the southeast to the northwest corners of the community, this extensive network offers access to a plethora of outdoor activities through safe connectivity.

With over 8,000 homes being built over the next two decades, Firefly will provide homes to thousands of Utah families. Housing types include townhomes, single-family homes, as well as horse lots with corrals included. With its distinctive features and diverse housing options, Firefly appeals to a wide range of demographics, including single professionals, young & mature families, and grandparents. The proximity of different age groups within the community fosters physical and emotional connectivity, enriching the overall living experience.

Regional Park
  • NICA cross country trails and trailheads
  • Downhill/flow trails
  • Multi-use pedal-up trails
  • Hiking trails
  • Equestrian trails
  • Gathering area
  • Overlook pavilion
  • Shaded areas
  • Campground
  • Agricultural and equestrian area
  • Archery and ax throwing center
Community Park
  • Multisport fields
  • Pickleball courts
  • Basketball courts
  • Playground
  • Skate park
  • Pump track
  • Walking trails
Amenity Area
  • Indoor/outdoor playground
  • Amenity building
  • Splash pad park
  • Sports field
  • Amphitheater
  • Gathering area
  • Underpass climbing wall
About Eagle Mountain

Eagle Mountain city is centrally located 40 miles south of Salt Lake and 30 miles north of Provo. Since its incorporation in 1996, the population has grown exponentially with a current population of about 30,000 residents. However, the city is the third largest in Utah geographically, covering almost 42 square miles. With such a large area, there is never a shortage of open space. The city has built four regional parks and 35 neighborhood parks, and has more than 30 miles of jogging, biking, and equestrian trails, creating connections between Eagle Mountain’s residential developments. There are even trails for OHV activities at Five Mile Pass, a recreational area rich with history.

To foster a sense of neighborhood pride, Eagle Mountain hosts a number of community events including a pageant, safety program, and Pony Express days, an annual festival which celebrates historical ties to the Pony Express Trail.

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3004 W. Wander Lane
Eagle Mountain, UT 84013
Directions to Firefly from I15
  1. 01 From I-15 take Exit 282 (UT-194/2100 North) or Exit 278 (UT-145/Pioneer Crossing)
  2. 02 Head west toward UT-73 (Cedar Fort Road)
  3. 03 Turn west onto UT-73 (Cedar Fort Road), continue for 12.4 miles
  4. 04 Turn left/east onto Pole Canyon Blvd, then continue for 0.6 miles
  5. 05 Turn right/south onto Firefly Blvd, then continue left on Wander Lane
  6. 06 Arrive at 3004 W. Wander Lane, Eagle Mountain, Utah 84013
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