June – it’s the official start of summer and, in Park City, it’s when summer events, activities, and concerts really kick off.
Each year, Park City kicks off the summer with its largest outdoor dinner party, Savor the Summit. The event, organized by Park City Area Restaurant Association, is traditionally held each June on the Saturday closest to the Summer Solstice (June 21).
Nothing says summer like enjoying tacos and a margarita al fresco – especially after spending some time outside recreating. Lucky for you, there are a few Park City area restaurants that like to celebrate the warmer months by offering Taco Tuesday specials. We dare you not to give them all a try!
As far as views go, it’s hard to top the nearly 12,000-foot summit of Bald Mountain. Jeff Weissman
Park City is nestled in the Wasatch Mountains, and is a short drive away from the Uinta mountains. With two major ski resorts close by and great nightlife, it’s a solid spot for a winter vacation, but there is also world class hiking nearby. Whether you’re looking to hike right from downtown Park City or take the scenic drive to the Uinta mountains, there are great options for any skill level.
Park City is a town packed with everything from mountain adventure activities, to vibrant nightlife and award-winning dining. It is challenging to fit everything Park City has to offer into one weekend, but luckily we are here to help. We picked a few of our favorite ideas to help you plan your own perfect 72 hours in our quaint mountain town.
If you haven’t experienced summer in Park City, Utah get ready to have fun. From stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) to the Park Silly Sunday Market, and Historic Main Street walking tours to gallery strolls, there’s something to fill every day of the week with fun. Yes, Park City has all that, and more!
While Park City is often recognized as a world-class winter resort destination, summers here are truly magical. Perfect temperatures, 400+ miles of easy-access trails, outdoor deck dining galore, and let us not forget the plethora of live music and outdoor concert venues. Park City and Summit County’s live music scene is booming, and includes something for every budget (some are FREE!) and every taste.