Looking to add eco-friendly experiences to your meeting agenda? Park City, UT, provides the opportunity to meet, stay and play while practicing sustainability. 

Get inspired and grab ideas for your group’s green itinerary.


Outdoor Recreation Rooted in Environmental Stewardship

With a long history of environmental responsibility and sustainability, Park City maintains a firm stance on safeguarding local wildlife, natural settings and local heritage sites—and your group can experience the very environment that our destination is dedicated to preserving. With nearly 10,000 acres of protected open space, there are a variety of outdoor recreational activities and natural settings to explore.

Park City features more than 450 miles of pristine trails and expansive parks for groups to get outside, get active and even get involved. Go for a hike or hop on a bike for a scenic ride surrounded by picturesque peaks. Attendees can help protect Park City’s natural resources by understanding trail etiquette and safety recommendations before and during their off-site adventure.

Located just 15 miles from Park City, Rockport State Park is one of Utah’s designated dark sky areas. At an elevation of 6,000 feet above sea level, the surrounding Wasatch and Uinta Mountains create a protective barrier that blocks out light pollution. Wondering what this provides to your meeting itinerary? Groups can experience some of the best stargazing in the state—plus, the park staff hosts public programs to learn about the importance of dark skies for the native nocturnal species.

Immerse your group in the interactive activities and environmental attractions at the Swaner Preserve & EcoCenter. This 1,200-acre nature preserve and 10,000-square-foot LEED Platinum building offers interactive exhibits, 10 miles of trails to explore within the wetland ecosystem, wildlife viewing and more.



Biking Downtown


Explore Park City on an E-Bike

Looking for a fun and sustainable way to get your group around and enjoy all that Park City has to offer? The Summit Bike Share program, launched in 2017, is the nation’s first fully electric bike fleet. With 200 bikes available 24 hours a day, it’s the perfect way to explore the miles of paved trails.


Mines and Wines Tour


Cultural Experiences That Embrace History & Heritage

Groups meeting in Park City will not only be treated to luxury accommodations, eclectic venues and outdoor recreation but will be immersed in a culturally-rich destination. From its origins as a mining town to its Olympic legacy, Park City’s history and local heritage sites provide unique group experiences and off-site outings that support our sustainability efforts.

If you’re looking to add a group activity centered around our mining heritage, here are a few options: 

  • Uncover historic mining buildings and hidden relics from the Silver King Mine on the slopes at Park City Mountain.
  • Explore the Spiro Tunnel, Ivers Mine, coal hopper and boiler buildings, and the foundry building in Silver Star.
  • Experience the iconic mining relics on the slopes at Deer Valley Resort by visiting the Daly-West Headframe, trekking up the hill to see the Quincy Mine Bench and hiking down into the Empire Canyon to tour around the office building of historic mining companies.
  • Join the Fox School of Wine’s 2-hour Mines & Wines tour, which pairs historic locations with tasting-sized pours of several wines, on Saturdays during the peak winter and summer seasons.





Commitment, Community & Conferences 

With some of the most ambitious climate goals in North America, Park City is on track to be net-zero carbon and run on 100% renewable energy by 2030. Our commitment to our destination’s cultural heritage and sustainability can be felt throughout the community—and your group can be a part of the legacy we share when meeting in Park City.

Get familiar with Park City’s Sustainable Tourism Plan, which was developed in collaboration with diverse community stakeholders and lays out our goals, green initiatives and sustainability standards.




Corporate Social {& Sustainable} Responsibility Opportunities

A new standard of sustainability is happening throughout Park City—and your group can be a part of those efforts by giving back during your meeting or event. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs allow attendees to work with local nonprofits, help preserve the trails and volunteer in the community.


Food and Wine Classic


Planning Sustainable Meetings in Park City Starts Here

Park City’s Guide to Sustainable Meetings & Events is your go-to guide to go (and meet) green—and offers tips, tools and resources to assist planners in implementing sustainable practices in their meetings or events.


Green Meeting Experiences Await in Park City

Learn more about Park City’s green initiatives and ways to incorporate sustainability in your group’s meeting or event itinerary.