Provo Apartments for Rent
Sandwiched between the Wasatch-Cache National Forest and Utah Lake, Provo’s natural features are stunning. And while the views are take-your-breath-away gorgeous, the sheer cliffs and soaring mountains, the waterfalls, and the lake provide first-rate outdoor recreation. Residents of Provo enjoy horseback riding, fishing, boating, camping, whitewater rafting, snowboarding, skiing, rock hounding, wildlife viewing, ATV riding, snowmobiling, and even extreme sports such as skydiving, snowkiting, rock climbing, hang gliding, caving, scuba diving, and more.
With dozens of campgrounds and resorts to choose from, you may spend more time outside of your Provo apartment than in it. Robert Redford’s acclaimed Sundance Ski Resort is located nearby and spans 5,000 acres of Mount Timpanogos, the second-highest mountain in Utah’s Wasatch Mountain Range. The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest covers more than two million acres, providing endless opportunities for year-round outdoor adventures.
The city of Provo is a college town of sorts – it is home to Brigham Young University, the largest religion-based university in the country. Founded in 1875 by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, BYU offers undergrad and graduate programs. Sports fans can enjoy Cougar football games – the team plays in NCAA Division I. BYU, along with the Missionary Training Center, are the area’s largest employers.