It’s no secret that life moves at a fast and stressful pace. But, what if you could disconnect and go off the grid? Would you do it? It’s actually not as hard as it sounds and here in Utah, there is one town that actually makes it quite easy to unplug — Park City. In fact, while Park City is certainly on the map for a top ski destination, it’s also considered one of the best cities in the entire country when it comes to feeling like you’re living off the grid.

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Have you visited Park City, or made the decision that small town living in Park City, Utah is right for you? We would love to hear your favorite things about the mountain town. Let us know in the comment section below.

To learn more about Livability’s list of the best cities to go off the grid, and to learn about the other towns that made the list, visit Livability’s website.

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Off The Grid Living In Utah

Where are some of the top places for off the grid living in Utah?

While everyone has their own definition of what they consider living off the grid, one thing everyone can agree on is that these small towns in Utah are absolutely delightful. How many have you heard of or spent time in?

  • Adding to its beauty? The small town of Bicknell backs up to Capitol Reef National Park.
  • Drive through Kamas and you’ll pass plenty of picturesque farms and ranches.
  • Panguitch is close to Bryce Canyon National Park and the Dixie National Forest
  • Helper is old town charm and a place Butch Cassidy knew well
  • Oakley has mountain views and rolling meadows and of course, rodeos!

For more information on these towns and several other locations, check out this article on small towns in Utah.

Where are some of the best small town festivals in Utah?

Some of the most unique festivals are not in large cities, but rather small towns. Check out some of the following for the best small town festivals in Utah:

  • Snow Goose Festival, held every February, in Delta
  • Bryce Canyon Winter Festival in Bryce Canyon National Park
  • Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally, held in June in Panguitch
  • Bear Lake Raspberry Days is a summer celebration near Bear Lake in Garden City
  • Moab Music Festival, held in the red rocks of Moab every September