Living in Enoch, Utah

Enoch, Utah: The Simplicity and Comfort of a Small-Town Community

From 2000 – 2010, Enoch, Utah’s population nearly doubled in size as the quiet city saw a boom in new residential development. During what’s now known as the “Roaring 2000s,” new roads were built, subdivisions made and homes constructed. Homebuilders in Enoch have been busy ever since, as more and more people find solitude and belonging in this small-town community. But don’t let the size and simplicity of the city fool you. There are plenty of things to do in Enoch, Utah, and its surrounding areas to help you escape from the busy world or find adventure when you want it.


Things To Do In Enoch, Utah

Wondering what life will be like in your new home in Enoch? Here’s a little bit of what you can expect.

Enjoy Life’s Simple Pleasures

Life moves at a slower pace in Enoch, giving residents the chance to truly enjoy the simple things in life that many take for granted.

Residents love this about Enoch – the feeling of safety and security, the peaceful farm sounds in the morning and evening, and the kindness of their neighbors. Residents often comment on the closeness of the community and how everyone is willing to help one another. You can’t get that type of life in many places nowadays, and that’s part of the draw of Enoch, Utah.

Experience Outdoor Recreation

Enoch’s 9 parks provide several places to spend time outdoors. The city also features a popular, 12-hole disc golf course that spans 4 different parks. If you’re new to the sport, you can borrow discs from the city office. Along with disc golf, the city’s parks also feature large fields, basketball courts, sand volleyball, playgrounds, mini-golf, and walking paths.

Spend extra time outdoors with your furry friend at the Enoch Petsafe Dog Park, a large, gated place for pets with natural landscaping, agility courses, covered spaces, and water play areas for your pup.

Residents can enjoy their time outside with fresh air and plenty of shade thanks to the city’s efforts to care for its public trees. Enoch, Utah is a Tree City, USA community, hosting a viable tree management program that meets the standards of the Arbor Day Foundation and National Association of State Foresters.

Attend a Community Event

As a Tree City, USA community, it’s no surprise that the city of Enoch celebrates Arbor Day with kids’ activities, fundraisers, auctions, and tree care workshops. July is also a popular month for annual events, which include a Pioneer Day parade and a 4th of July celebration that includes a 5k and chicken wing eating contest called “Wings of Death.”

Revisit National and Local History

Spanning 2,700 miles and six states, the Old Spanish Trail is a historical trail with Native American roots that was used for trade between L.A. and Santa Fe and its northern route runs right through Enoch. Learn more about the trail by spending time at the interpretive panel, historical marker, and trail trace near City Hall.

Go from experiencing a piece of national history to seeing the relics of Enoch’s own history. Pay a visit to Johnson’s Fort, the site of the first house built in the city that was later fortified. Today, a cedar log stump and marker stand pointing to the few remains left of the fort about a half-mile away.

Take a Short Drive to Nearby Towns

Enoch is a short drive away from several other popular towns with even more access to events and attractions. See ancient Petroglyphs and dinosaur footprints in Parowan or check out one of many festivals throughout the year at Cedar City – both cities are about a 15-minute drive from Enoch. For more views of mountain peaks, canyons, and waterfalls, drive a half-hour south to New Harmony or Kanarraville. If you’re looking for adventure, test the limits on the ski runs, tubing hills, or mountain biking terrains at Brian Head Resort in Brian Head, just 40 minutes away.

Finding a Home Builder in Enoch, Utah

One of our favorite new homes built in Enoch was featured in the 2018 Festival of Homes. The masterfully designed modern farmhouse was built for an empty nester with visiting friends & family. We started with the kitchen as the heart of the house and designed the home from there; all paths lead to this generous-sized cooking and gathering place. The split floorplan puts the master retreat on one side of the home with guest rooms on the opposite side. The home is independently tested and inspected and has earned a great HERS Index score, so you know it's energy-efficient and very comfortable to live in. It's designed for Aging-in-Place and is very easy and convenient to live in. Speaking of living, the exterior is low maintenance, so you can spend your summers on adventures with your family instead of maintaining a home. Keep your RV in the attached RV garage and you’re ready to get out at a moment’s notice.

Custom home in Enoch, Utah featuring single-level living and an RV garageA Choice Builders custom home in Enoch, Utah, featuring an Aging-in-Place design and an RV garage

When you’re ready to have your new home built in Enoch, we’re ready to help turn your dream into a reality. As one of Cedar City's preeminent general contractors and custom home builders, Choice Builders provides the best services and products as we build your home. To see the quality of work in the homes we build, browse through our portfolio of custom homes

As we work through design development, permit pulling and the construction of your home, you’ll have 24-hour access to our unique online portal that keeps you up-to-date with progress pictures, job logs, and schedules. Contact Choice Builders today to learn more.


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