June—it’s the unofficial official start of summer in Park City! It’s when the trees leaf all the way out, most of the upper elevations trail are dry and ready to ride or hike, and summer events, activities, and concerts really kick off. The weather in Park City in June is mild—we'll call it sweater weather at night, but you'll want shorts and a sun shirt during the day. Deer Valley opens their bike park, Park City Mountain starts running the Crescent chairlift and Red Pine Gondola, and Woodward opens their bike park and camps. Historic Main Street is teeming with activity: artists and shops show their fares and restaurants open their desks and patios for outdoor dining. Let's check out some options below and kick off summer right!

Park City Farmer's Market

Each Wednesday throughout the summer and fall, Park City Mountain hosts the Park City Farmers Market. Explore local vendors’ Utah-grown produce, artisan pizza, farm-fresh flowers, crafts, and more in the Park City Base Area parking lot! Don't miss this chance to shop local in Park City and support our thriving small businesses!

Park Silly Sunday Market on Historic Main Street

The Park Silly Sunday Market kicks off June 2nd, making for a fun, family-friendly afternoon on historic Main Street. Vendors at the market change every week, offering a different experience each visit. Live music, food trucks, and beverage tents cap off the fun! Using public transit, riding your bike or a Summit Bike Share e-bike is recommended. 

Grab some local fare and lunch at Park Silly Market this June!

Check Out a Free Concert

Enjoy live music? In Park City, you can enjoy a show nearly every day of the week—many of which are free and outside. Check out Mountain Town Music and Silver Star Cafe for June Shows. 

Find free live music all over Park City in June!


Most golf courses in the Park City area are open by the end of May, if not earlier. June is a great time to hit the links as moderate temperatures make for comfortable golfing. There are several golf courses in Park City and the surrounding area, each with stunning mountain views.

Go See a Flying Ace Show at Utah Olympic Park

The Utah Olympic Park hosts the Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show. Catch the high-flying action every weekend beginning mid-June with the Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show. See Olympians and National Team skiers and snowboarders perform acrobatic feats as they soar up to 60 feet in the air before landing in the Park’s Spence Eccles Olympic Freestyle Pool. A great show for the whole family, this half-hour choreographed production will leave you breathless! 


Group Mountain Bike Rides with White Pine Touring

Park City has a huge trail network—like 400+ miles huge—and much of it is accessible right from town. If you're new to the area one of the best ways to learn the trails is on one of White Pine Touring's guided group rides! With two no-drop options and rides every week (weather and conditions permitting), you'll get to hit different trails each week and find new riding buddies at the same time! 

Women's-Only Free Tuesday Night Bike Ride

Join White Pine Touring for one of their free women’s-specific group rides. On Tuesdays throughout the summer, White Pine Touring hosts their Team Sugar mountain bike rides – a women’s-only group ride. Riders are divided into various groups based on skill level before hitting the trails for two hours. Groups depart from White Pine Touring at 6:00 PM.

Thursday Night Co-Ed Mountain Bike Ride

A free co-ed group ride every Thursday night throughout the summer. These rides are led by WPT mountain bike guides and designed to keep things fun with no-drop, social riding. Gather at the shop, choose your riding group (see below), then head out on a two-hour ride with your new crew.

Check Out Park City's Restaurant Scene

Taco Tuesday? Half-off sushi rolls? Burger night at Handle? Summer is not only the perfect time to dine al fresco in the fresh mountain air, but it’s also a great time to take advantage of “locals specials” offered by area restaurants. Explore your options!