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Arcadia Heights is a suburban area that lies on the eastern edge of Salt Lake City and borders the Wasatch Mountain Range. The neighborhood is less than 20 minutes away from both Downtown Salt Lake City and the University of Utah, making excursions into urban excitement a cinch from apartments for rent in Arcadia Heights.
Just south of Arcadia Heights lie a pair of parks that together cover more than 70 acres of land. The larger of the two is Parley's Historic Nature Park, which spreads across 68 acres and provides walking and jogging trails. Parley's Way Park, on the other hand, is much smaller and is home to a playground. For a game of tennis or softball, renters can visit nearby Dilworth Park.
A different kind of nature experience can be had at Utah's Hogle Zoo, home to more than 800 animals. The zoo also allows visitors to interact with animals up-close and personal through keeper-guided encounters. Events, like ZooLights! and Feast with the Beast, are hosted regularly at Utah's Hogle Zoo as well.
Those with a taste for the historical can check out This Is The Place Heritage Park, which offers a glimpse into Utah during the time that it was first settled. For instance, the park celebrates the indigenous people of Utah with a Native American Village, complete with authentic teepees. Visitors can also watch the pioneer trades of saddle-making, blacksmithing and tinsmithing in action.
At the University of Utah, renters may find the Natural Museum of History Utah and the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. Both of these museums have a regularly refreshed variety of exhibitions, providing visitors with the opportunity to experience something new on each visit.
Public schools near Arcadia Heights apartment rentals are run by the Salt Lake City School district. Children in grades K-6 may attend Beacon Heights Elementary School, which comes with a rating of 9 out of 10 on GreatSchools.org. Right down the street from Beacon Heights Elementary is Hillside Middle School, which admits students in grades 7-8. For high school, students may enroll at nearby Highland High School.
There are also alternative school options in the Arcadia Heights area, such as Montessori Community School, which offers education for students in grades PK-8.
For most local transit, many renters will find a vehicle to be a welcome convenience. Trips Downtown can be made by personal or public transportation, giving commuters multiple options for traveling to work.