The Ranches at the Preserve (RATP) is located in Park City, Utah, 25 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City, and 30 minutes from the SLC International Airport. It is 10 minutes from shopping and other services in Kimball Junction, and 15 minutes from the ski resorts of PCMR, Deer Valley, Canyons and the historic Old Town area of Park City. The Ranches at the Preserve entrance gate can be accessed from the I-80 Jeremy Ranch exit by exiting the roundabout at Homestead Road, a right turn onto Sackett Dr., and a right turn through the gate at the The Trails at Jeremy Ranch. The Ranches at the Preserve gate is at the end of Trails Dr heading up on Red Hawk Trail.
RATP can also be accessed from the I-80 Kimball Junction exit traveling to Bitner Ranch Rd to the east of I-80. Following Bitner Ranch road through the roundabout to the private section of Bitner Ranch Road and to The Preserve Red Fox Rd gate.
The Ranches at the Preserve parcels range from 10-60 acres and are a mixture of Wasatch and Uinta mountain views. Building sites are not pre-determined, but must be approved by the Design and Land Use Committee which follows the RATP CC&R’s, RATP Design Guidelines and the RATP Board of Directors. All lots are zoned equestrian, but must first be approved for equine use by the HOA Board of Directors. (Equine management guidelines/regulations are available upon request).
Primary Residence & Additional Buildings:
Each parcel is allowed 1 primary residence from 5000 to 17,500 livable square feet, 1 guest house, 1 caretaker cottage and 1 barn. Guest cottages may range from 35% of the size of the primary residence or up to 3,500 total square feet. All structures must be built within a 50,000 square foot building envelope that must be approved by the RATP Design and Land Use Committee.
*In 1997 The Red Hawk Wildlife Development was established.
*In 1999 this development was subdivided into two communities, The Ridge at Redhawk, with it’s HOA known as The Red Hawk Wildlife Preserve Foundation, and The Preserve.
*In 2006 The Red Hawk Wildlife Preserve Foundation made an agreement with The Preserve to use the name “The Ranches at the Preserve”.
*In 2021 the RATP Board of Directors was able to purchase the name of “The Ranches at the Preserve” and filed that name with the state to be formally recognized as “The Red Hawk Wildlife Preserve Foundation dba The Ranches at the Preserve”.
*In 2023 the community ratified new CC&R’s and the name was recorded as The Ranches at the Preserve.
The Ranches at the Preserve is a community into itself and is not affiliated with The Preserve or Glenwild. RATP has its own governing documents which include its own CC&R’s and Design Guidelines.
More in-depth information can be found in the RATP CC&R’s and the RATP Design Guidelines. Additional information can be requested using the website Contact form.