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Park City and Summit County have been home to a variety of film productions over the years and boast a wide variety of locations, both old and new. You can find historic homes (rehabilitated or not), chalets, estate homes, rustic ski lodges, ranches, churches, elegant restaurants, charming cafes, mining structures, and ski resorts.

Utah Film Studio

The Utah Film Studios opened in the summer of 2015 and has hosted a television series, motion picture filming, and other events. Featuring 45,000 sq. ft. of sound stage space with an additional 25,000 sq. ft. of production offices divided into four separate suites. Each individual stage is 15,000 sq. ft. (150’x100′) with a floor to grid height of 35′, the stages are constructed with wood floors allowing for easy attachment and enhanced acoustics.

As a turn-key operation, Utah Film Studios has 3 changing rooms, 4 kitchenette style break rooms, 3 conference rooms, a hair and makeup suite, and a total of 39 private offices located throughout the studio. Utah Film Studios is the state’s largest purpose-built production facility.

With an extensive knowledge of Utah’s film incentives and support services, Utah Film Studio’s team is dedicated to helping your production to have a quality experience while working on your production. Utah Film Studios is a Sponsor of the Motion Picture Association of Utah (MPAU) and a member of the Park City Chamber of Commerce.

Park City

Park City is a world-class resort town offering a variety of amenities and activities including the Utah Olympic Park, a state-of-the-art bobsled, luge, and ski jumping facility featuring year-round activities.

Summit County

Outside of Park City, the towns in Summit County, including Coalville, Echo, Francis, Kamas, Henefer, and Oakley, are mostly rural in nature and feature quaint buildings, scenic vistas, reservoirs, and working ranches. Oakley is home to the famous Oakley Rodeo every Fourth of July, and Echo was a prime stop on the railroad in the late 1800s. The Wasatch-Cache National Forest, located 30 miles from Park City, offers vast and varied terrain ranging from alpine meadows and open vistas to lush forests and crystal mountain lakes.