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In January 2017, Park City officials announced a $38 million deal to buy and preserve Bonanza Flats, a 1,350-acre parcel rich in scenery, wildlife and wildflowers along Guardsman Pass. This beautiful property has long been enjoyed by hikers, cyclists, and backcountry skiers alike. Because the Bonanza Flats property, which borders the town of Park City, was privately owned it was also highly sought after by developers. With the help from a $25 million bond Park City voters approved in November, the City now has the opportunity to buy it and save it! A coalition of local recreational, environmental and conservation non-profits have launched a fundraising campaign to close the $13 million purchase price gap before the June 15th deadline. That’s right. This is not a done deal. We still need to raise $13 million in order to officially purchase and protect this amazing piece of property!
To support this project, visit our DONATE PAGE and select ‘Bonanza Flats’ in the designation drop down menu in the box that will let us know you have a special purpose for your donation. If you prefer to write a check, please send it to us at: PO Box 1775, Park City, UT. 84060 and designate Bonanza Flats.
Thanks to a $25,000 matching grant generously provided by Park City Council members and Park City Mayor Jack Thomas, your donation TODAY will be leveraged and go twice as far!
*The Summit Land Conservancy is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and all donations are deductible to the extent allowed by law. In the extremely unfortunate occurrence that the Bonanza Flats project is not completed, please contact us about a refund of your donation.
Thank you for your support of our local open spaces!