Homes for rent in Utah

Find Houses for Rent in Utah

Utah is the 11th largest state by land, and it shows with its rural, open and picturesque landscape. Homes for rent in Utah are usually near its major cities where the majority of the population lives. These include the capital Salt Lake City, as well as Provo, Lehi and South Jordan

Important Information for UT Renters to Know

  • Utah and the Uinta mountain range are both named for the original residents of the areas, the Ute Native Americans. Ute means "people of the mountains," and now may be best known to Utah residents as the name of University of Utah athletic teams. 
  • In 1847, many people settled in the area that is now Salt Lake City. The U.S. took control of the territory from Mexico in 1848. More settlers came in 1852, many of whom were Mormon. Utah became a state in 1896 and still has the majority population of members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 

Top 3 Attractions for Utah Renters to Enjoy

  • Families living in Utah should explore the wilderness around them. Utah is renowned for its untouched, natural beauty and multiple national parks. Whether you visit Utah's first national park, Zion, or you head to Arches, Bryce Canyon or Canyonlands, you're guaranteed to see the expansive beauty of the state's landscape. Other natural wonder include the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and the Great Salt Lake.
  • One of the most visited places in Utah isn't just of tourism significance, but also of religious importance. The Salt Lake Temple is one of the most visited places in the U.S. and sees more than 5 million people annually. It took over 40 years to complete this enormous and ornate temple.
  • A great trip for families, in either the summer or winter, is to head to Park City. The ski spot is popular for its great slopes and resorts as well as its downtown area. Nearby is the home of the 2002 Olympic Games, which still has exhibits and events today. 

Fun Facts About Utah

Utah has a beautiful, natural landscape, which has been the backdrop to many famous and iconic movies and television shows. The first movie filmed in Utah was "The Vanishing American" in 1925 in the Moab area. Since then, "Gunsmoke," "Thelma & Louise," "Outlaw Josey Wales," "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," "Forrest Gump" and many more have filmed in the state, which is also home to the Sundance Film Festival and the Moab to Monument Valley Film Commission.