There's no better time to experience Park City than in the fall, and October has it all; incredible colors, warm days, cool nights, with golfing, hiking, biking, and incredible events. Don't forget your camera, October in Park City is one spectacular adventure.
A nine-iron might not be your first impulse when traveling to the site of the 2002 Winter Olympics, especially when summers in Park City require a steady rhythm of padded shorts, hiking sandals, and the occasional dress code. But this town was built on the unseen, the buried treasure hidden below, or above ground – if you’re a golfer.
Fly Fishing in Park City is a great opportunity to get outside to enjoy the Mountains this Fall. For those of you who desire to learn as much as possible about holding water, casting techniques, fish behavior, fly choice, and to overall have a great day on the river in the mountains of Park City, we recommend reading about our latest experience with Park City Outfitters who will provide you and your family with everything you need, and will have the fish biting in no time!
Explore Park City's Rich Mining History
Our historic walking tour is an easy walk but can also be done on a bike via the Summit Bike Share program or by renting one from one of Park City's many outdoor adventure businesses. Some of these structures are over 100 years old some are not only just standing today but are still functional. Expand your knowledge of local history and become more a part of the deep culture Park City holds.
Go on a Ghost Tour
Get into the Halloween spirit and don't miss Park City Ghost Tours for a historic look at Park City's unique mining history. During the Ghost Tour Experience, you will learn about Park City’s mining history, as well as supernatural stories of people who lived and died in the historic homes and buildings.
October has an action-packed Events Calendar, complete with film screenings, the world’s longest Shot-Ski, and Howl-O-Ween. One of the highlights of the fall season is Howl-O-Ween on Historic Main Street. Bring the kids, "big" trick-or-treat bags, your dogs in costume, and enjoy the fun and festivities on Main Street.