Park City Resorts
Park City is far more than a year-round Utah resort town. Here, you'll find a scenic mountain community that's as filled with summer activities and an action-packed calendar of events in the summertime as it is in the winter.
Summer Vacation Resort Destination
Deer Valley Resort, Canyons Resort and Park City Mountain Resort will keep your schedule filled with everything you're looking for in your next summer vacation. Although Utah Olympic Park was built for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, this expansive facility accommodates a range of summer activities, including a zipline, alpine slide, sports clinics, free admission to museums, "comet" bobsled rides and Freestyle Exhibition Shows every Sunday, to name just a few.
What's a kid to do? All three Park City Utah resorts offer children's programs and Summer Adventure Camps for kids of all ages, beginning with 2 month old toddlers.
The resort that is world-renowned for pleasing guests during the winter does not stop in the summertime. This summer season, Deer Valley Resort invites you to join them for a summer filled with lift-served mountain biking, hiking, scenic chairlift rides, dining on the decks of Royal Street Café and Deer Valley Grocery~Café, outdoor concerts and mountain bike races. The Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater is home to many outdoor concerts and events, including the Utah Symphony's Deer Valley® Music Festival, the St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights Outdoor Concert Series and the Frontier Bank Community Concert Series by Mountain Town Music, every Wednesday evening throughout the summer. Also, be sure to enjoy Deer Valley - inspired brick oven cuisine at the newest restaurant, The Brass Tag.
Deer Valley's Summer Operations: Open daily, June 19 through Labor Day, September 6, 2015, then weekends only through September 20, 2015 (conditions permitting.) Lift-served mountain biking/hiking and scenic rides are offered from the Silver Lake Express chairlift at Snow Park Lodge, the Sterling Express chairlift mid-mountain and the Ruby Express chairlift at Empire Canyon. For your convenience, we recommend starting your day from Snow Park, which offers ample parking. Bike rentals and lessons are available from all locations.
Experience the thrill of mountain biking at Deer Valley Resort, rated by Mountain Bike Action as one of the ten best mountain bike destinations. Bikers and bikes are whisked up the mountain to an array of exciting options, including over 60 miles of panoramic trails.
Don't forget the Summer Adventure Camp, offering fun and activities, including field trips and theme weeks, for children ages two months to twelve years.
Picture thousands of acres of beautiful mountain terrain. Outdoor activities and dining beneath the summer sun. Plus a selection of world-class accommodations. This is Canyons Resort. Come create family memories that will last a lifetime and discover Canyons this summer. Summer operations are open June 18 – October 4, 2015.
List of Activities:
- World-class mountainside lodging
- Scenic Gondola Rides to 8,000 feet
- Zip Tour Adventures, take a 2,100 foot long trip across the canyon
- Canyons Resort summer diningGondola-served biking, hiking, family fishing, boating and disc golf
- 18 hole Family Putting Course in the Resort Village
- Miles of hiking and mountain biking trails
- Guided hiking and biking tours
- Bike Park and Skills Park
- Mountain dining at Red Pine Lodge
- Award winning alfresco dining at The Farm restaurant in the Resort Village
- Free Saturday Concert Series
- Wednesday Park City Farmer's Market at Canyons Resort
- July 3rd Independence Day Celebration and Fireworks
Escape to the mountains this summer at Park City Mountain Resort. Zoom down the Alpine Coaster. Descend one of the world¹s longest Alpine Slides.
Soar 110 feet in the air on the ZipRider and catch a bird¹s eye view of the Resort¹s base area in the Flying Eagle Zip Line and more.
Enjoy more than 70 miles of hiking and biking trails across the mountain.
Earn your view from our peaks by hiking or riding up from the base area, or let Crescent or Town Lifts do the work while getting you and your bike up the mountain.
Explore our summer adventures with the Alpine Pass, providing unlimited rides for a day on the Alpine Coaster and Slide as well as the PayDay, Crescent and Town chairlifts and most of our other base area activities.
For those with limited playtime, bundle a Coaster and Slide ride together with our specially-priced Double Play pass, or add a ZipRider ride and make it a Triple Play. Also, enjoy unlimited rides all summer with the Summer Activities Season pass.
Little Miners Park, built for the Resort¹s youngest adventurers, is filled with rides for children as young as two years old.
Hungry? Stop by Crescent Burger, featuring hand cut fries and homemade shakes, just steps away from the base area¹s activities or stop inside and enjoy Legends Bar & Grill¹s beverages and full summer menu including Sunday brunch.
Summer operations begin at Park City Mountain Resort May 23, 2014 and will continue through October 19, 2014.
During the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Utah Olympic Park hosted bobsled, skeleton, luge, and Nordic ski jumping events. Home to six Nordic Ski Jumps, 1,335-meter sliding track with five start areas, freestyle aerials winter training and competition hill, and newly renovated Big Air pool, the Utah Olympic Park serves as a training center for Olympic and development level athletes and is a popular destination for visitors.
The Park features the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center, which houses both the Alf Engen Ski Museum and George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museum. Parking and admission to the museums and venue is free.
Utah Olympic Park also offers year-round adventure. From learning about the Park's unique Olympic heritage on a guided tour to taking a ride of a lifetime on the Comet Bobsled Ride, the Olympic Park offers activities for all ages and abilities. Zip, climb, slide, hike and explore Olympic history!
Summer and winter, the signature Comet Bobsled ride is the Olympic Park’s defining activity. With a seasoned bobsled pilot, experience the official 2002 Olympic Sliding Track including speeds over 60 mph and notable g-forces. We challenge you to count all the curves as you take this amazing ride. The summer bobsled is a built on wheels and runs on the concrete track. In the winter, the modified bobsled slides seamlessly down the ice resulting in an unmatched ride.
Adventure activities operate all summer long including two ziplines, featuring the Extreme Zip (one of the steepest ziplines in the world), the uniquely designed Alpine Slide, three adventure ropes courses and a special challenge called the Drop Tower. There are also nature trails throughout the venue, so feel free to wander and explore.
Another highlight at the Olympic Park is the opportunity to watch elite athlete training. You might catch a future Olympian!
- Flying Ace All-Star Freestyle Pool Shows
- Summer Comet Bobsled Rides
- Adventure Ropes Courses for all ages
- Drop Tower (65-foot free-fall)
- Extreme Zipline and Freestyle Zipline
- Pool Climbing Wall
- Alpine Slide
- Guided Tours
- Alf Engen Ski Museum and George Eccles 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museum
- Athlete Training
- Mountain Challenge obstacle course and Discovery Zone play area
Utah Olympic Park is part of the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation and sister venue to Utah Olympic Oval. The Legacy Foundation's primary mission is a Utah non-profit 501(c)(3) organization responsible for managing and maintaining world-class Olympic legacy facilities and providing opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to participate, educate, and excel in winter sports.