While trails still may be muddy and not adequate for recreation while we transition from the winter months to the summer months, there is still a lot to do in Park City. Spring in Park City is something you won't want to miss. The days are beginning to stretch later into the night, making it the perfect time to get out and explore the town. Here are just a few ways that you can make the most out of Spring in Park City:

Go to Concerts and Theater

Park City's spirit thrives off the arts. We have many great venues that provide all types of great shows. The Park City Institute always has a fantastic lineup of various shows. They'll be hosting the Dance Theatre of Harlem and Grupo Fantasma; you won't want to miss either one. The Egyptian Theater is also a hub for some of the best music and theater. Check out their entire lineup.

Walk or Ride Park City's Paved Trails

While the dirt trails are still drying out, enjoy a nice leisure ride or walk on Park City's Paved Trails. Numerous paved trails around town can take you pretty much anywhere. You can find all of the paved trails on the Mountain Trails Foundation website by using their interactive map.


Walk the Park City Gardens

It's springtime, and you know what that means; it's time to put on your gardening hat and gloves! The newly renovated Park City Gardens is a great place to stop for any of your gardening needs. Their new café is a great spot to stop by, grab a coffee or tea and catch up with a friend. You can take a seat in the greenhouse or even walk around the gardens and check out some of the relics they found during the renovation.

Stop by the Park City Library

The Park City Library always has something going on. From film screenings to art exhibits, a trip to the library is always enlightening. They currently have an exhibition that features photographs taken over the Pandemic called: 'Artistic Exploration During COVID.' You can also stop by the Jim Santy Auditorium upstairs for a movie! Head to the Park City Film website to find their schedule.

Head to the Park City Farmers Market

The Park City Farmer's Market is a great place to support local businesses. Local farmers always have a great selection of produce for you to choose from. They also always feature local artists and various other vendors.

Go Fly Fishing

May is the perfect time for fly fishing! Numerous local businesses run fly fishing classes and tours, so you're in good company whether you're a seasoned angler or brand new. Fly fishing is excellent for families, dates, or even corporate events. Head to the Fly Fishing tab on our website and schedule a lesson or a tour!


Restaurants are Opening Back Up

As the ski season winds down, many restaurants close down for a few weeks to prepare for the summer months. However, most of them start opening back up in May, with new menus full of delicious food. So, make it a priority to stop by and support your favorite spot for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!

Drop into Woodward Park City

Woodward Park City is the perfect place to stop by this time of year! With both indoor and outdoor activities, you can enjoy the gorgeous Spring weather or spend some time inside the indoor action sports hub. The Grind Café is a fun place to grab a snack and a drink while watching people do some death-defying stunts. Whether you're just hanging out or joining in on the action, Woodward Park City is sure to entertain.

Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter

Open Wednesday-Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm, the Swaner Preserve is a great place to stop by. Everyone can learn and grow from engaging family-friendly exhibits to the evening lecture series at the Preserve. They also have a variety of fun activities such as a climbing wall and Saturday Nature walks.   

Access This Whole List Via Summit Bike Share

The best part of this entire list? You can get to all these places by using the Summit Bike Share! The Bike Share will be accessible by May 1st, and it's straightforward to use. Just purchase the pass you prefer on the app or website and unlock the bike with your phone when you arrive at the docking station. Be sure to check that the bike is charged and has good tire pressure. From there, check the map for the closest docking station to where you plan to go, and have a great ride!