An ever increasing number of visitors, residents and businesses are discovering the distinct advantages that Davis County offers. Situated just north of Salt Lake City, Davis County offers a superb, central location. Davis County’s position provides unparalleled access to the Salt Lake International Airport, Hill Air Force Base, Antelope Island and the Great Salt Lake and other cultural, retail, commercial, entertainment and recreational opportunities within Davis County's 15 cities.
The beautiful Wasatch Mountains create the eastern border and the world-famous Great Salt Lake is the western border While Davis County is the smallest (630 square miles) of Utah’s 29 counties, it packs a powerful punch when it comes to opportunities. Davis County has the third largest population, providing a motivated, educated, and qualified workforce.
Whether you are in Davis County to live, work or play, transportation is a definite plus in Davis County. Interstate 15, US Highways 84 and 89, and Legacy Parkway offer ease of travel in Davis County to access businesses and a host of recreational venues--from theater and concerts to golfing, hiking, and boating.
Davis County boasts a quality of life unequaled within the state. Due to our size, it is only a matter of minutes before you find yourself enjoying hiking, casting a lure into a beautiful stream, camping, hunting, or swinging a golf club. Within an hour's drive you can be schussing through "The Greatest Snow on Earth" at any of nine world-class ski resorts. Additionally, Antelope Island State Park, home of abundant wildlife, including a large, free-roaming herd of American Bison and the best beaches found on the Great Salt Lake, can be found within the borders of Davis County.