The Hoytsville Development Land is located along the Weber River just 15 minutes outside of Park City, Utah, and is one of the largest and most strategically located properties within this rapidly developing area. In fact, the ranch is the effective centerpiece of an incredible development push in the area. The ranch is part of a group of landowners (over 1,000 acres) in Hoytsville which have officially submitted to Summit County a signed Village Overlay proposal. As currently used and enjoyed, the ranch offers fully irrigated pastures encircled by steel pipe fencing, supporting a small herd of cattle and horses. Private trout fishing is the ranch's finest secret, with a spring-fed diversion off of the Weber River known as the "Little River" winding privately through the ranch's lush lower pastures for nearly half a mile. This private trout stream on the ranch is loaded with large German Brown Trout. The ranch also borders the famed Weber River, a blue ribbon trout fishery.