Welcome to Park City

April 10, 2021

Park City/Summit County is currently classified in the “moderate” transmission category based on the state of Utah’s Covid-19 Transmission Index. At this time, there are still various restrictions in place regarding business operations and social gatherings designed to minimize the spread of the Covid-19 Virus.

While Utah has lifted its public health-order mandating the use of face masks, the Park City Chamber of Commerce | Convention & Visitors Bureau strongly encourages visitors and residents to wear them in social settings when physical distancing is not possible. Please note, many businesses in Park City/Summit County are continuing to require customers to use face masks to help protect their employees and guests. We ask that you respect these requirements so that Park City / Summit County can continue to be a safe and welcoming destination.

For more information on how to visit safely, please visit our Travel Update Page.

Outdoor Recreation

Trails and parks are open and available for safe, socially distanced outdoor activities. Find out how to explore Park City safely.

Explore Activities

Things to Do

Many activities in Park City are already perfect for social distancing, from hiking, scenic drives, biking, to arts & culture venues. 

Make Memories


Restaurants in Park City are opening following safety protocols and have been able to expand seating by opening deck and patio seating.

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

Winter in Park City
by: Rachel Friedman Elberts
Sometimes all you need in life is a getaway with your best friend, your four-legged best friend that is! And a winter getaway to Park City is exactly the joy-filled trip you both deserve. Who doesn’t love watching their pup frolic in the snow? The childlike wonder of it all, the pure bliss, the tongue-out happiness - it really rubs off on their human companion as if you were the one diving headfirst into snowbanks yourself. …More
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