Draper, Utah has two sides to it, you can think of it as a smaller version of city & country. Parts of draper sit right next to the main highway of I-15, for a quick commute to other neighboring cities. However the further part of Draper, goes right up to traverse mountain, which leads into Utah county and the other side up (big & little) cottonwood canyons- both places sitting right on the Wasatch front.
In the City of Draper there are many hubs to eat at and malls/shopping centers to buy at.
On the outskirts of Draper there is an abundance of biking/hiking trails, parks & overlooks (scenic).
Most of Draper, is covered with single family homes and newly built homes.- depends on where you go.