Welcome to Park City

Now that you have arrived, kick back, take a breath of fresh air, and have fun. As you explore our charming town, you may notice the unique blend of new and old buildings and elements from the town's silver mining era and skiing history are seamlessly woven into the town's more modern architecture. Keep an eye out for rings, symbols, flags, and statues displayed from Park City's participation in the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. In fact, you can even take the ride of a lifetime on the bobsled and experience what it is like to go down the Olympic track at the Utah Olympic Park

If you are looking for activities beyond skiing and snowboarding may we suggest fly-fishing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, and even stand-up paddleboard yoga in a 10,000 year old geo-thermal crater. Or you may prefer something a bit less active, enjoy one of our museums or historic tours or stroll shops and galleries on Historic Main Street.  

When it's time to spice things up, enjoy mouth-watering courses at one of over 150 restaurants, sip on hand-crafted whiskey, or sign up for a cooking class, food tour, or wine tasting class. When a little downtime is needed, choose from a wide variety of spas and massage therapist.  

However you choose to experience Park City, we encourage you to take advantage of our free bus and trolley system or use one of our transportation providers to get you from place to place. 

Outdoor Recreation

Trails and parks are open and available for outdoor activities. Find out how to explore Park City and enjoy our mountain air.

Explore Activities

Things to Do

Don't miss out on these incredible Park City activities, from outdoor activities to arts & culture events and venues. 

Make Memories


There’s no shortage of casual and delicious breakfast and lunch spots, with bright and airy cafés and coffee shops dotting Main Street and beyond. 

Open Restaurants

Places to Stay

Explore the variety of lodging options in Park City. From hotels to private homes you will find the configuration that suits your needs.

Places to Rest

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