Lehi began as a military and agricultural town, settled by pioneers in the 1850s. There are several historical sites in town, including a section of the Pony Express Trail considered to be the best-preserved segment in existence. Dugout, a station on the Overland Trail, and Indian Ford Park, offer glimpses into the early history of the area. Other popular parks include Norhtlake Park, Olympic Park and the Lehi City Sports Park. Each facility offers many amenities, such as sport courts, fields, trails and pavilions.

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Situated between Salt Lake City and Provo, Utah, lies the city of Lehi, known for its roots in history as well as its branches in today's modern world. Much of the housing in the city is newer and construction in several development is ongoing. A smattering of townhomes complements the variety of single-family residences, from ramblers to multi-story homes with lake and mountain views. Neighborhoods are family friendly and offer many amenities, such as parks, paved trails and rustic lake access.

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