Meeting and event planners can rest assured that Park City’s elevated standards of safety and best health practices, based on guidance from local, state, and tourism authorities, champion the cause for meeting in our mountain destination. We’re prepared to host and keep your group’s plans on the right trail.
Visit Park City and our community is committed to keeping the health and safety of everyone—both residents and visitors alike—our top priority as we continue getting back to business and ready to host your next meeting or event.
According to Utah’s COVID-19 Transmission Index, transmission levels are categorized as High, Moderate, and Low and vary from county to county based on public health metrics. Summit County, where Park City is located, is currently in the High Level of Transmission.
The Park City Chamber/Bureau partnered with the Salt Lake City Chamber and Utah Department of Health on a program that encourages businesses to Stay Safe to Stay Open by taking a pledge that focuses on following best health and safety practices.
Park City’s restaurants, hotels, attractions, and recreational areas are open and continue to follow guidance from the CDC, local, state, and tourism authorities.
Organizers of in-person events may choose to adopt the following recommendations to ensure the health and safety of attendees. Consider using an Event Management Template for contact tracing purposes if COVID-19 cases are identified at the event. Local businesses may post signage listing COVID-19 symptoms, asking employees and customers with symptoms to stay home, and face mask or physical distancing recommendations.
Utah has lifted its public health order mandating the use of face masks. Summit County still recommends masks be worn in crowded, indoor spaces, where physical distancing is not possible.
Utah is currently not under a statewide mask mandate, however, some local businesses are still requesting their customers and guests wear a mask.
Even though Utah has lifted its public health order mandating the use of face masks, it is still important that we all continue to follow best practices when it comes to preventing the spread of COVID-19.
While we are continuing to deal with the impacts of the pandemic, our hospitality community is focused on providing a welcoming and safe environment for planners and attendees to meet with confidence and comfort in our mountain town.
Hospitality partners throughout Park City have implemented new and enhanced procedures to safeguard guests and provide meeting and event planners with what to expect as our destination remains ready to welcome you back.
Learn which Park City meeting hotels and venues are open, how they’re operating safely, and what planners can anticipate when they bring their meeting or event to the mountains.
Explore the variety of meeting hotel options offered in Park City. From year-round, luxury resort properties to nationally known brands to boutique-style retreats, Park City can accommodate your group’s needs and budget.
For those desiring refreshing event experiences that go beyond traditional options, look to top-tier conference facilities and unforgettable off-site meeting spaces found throughout Park City.
Let our team of destination experts help you find just the right hotel or venue for your unique group.
Restaurants in Park City are open and continue to follow health and safety protocols. Some have even expanded their seating by offering deck and patio space ideal for outdoor group dining.
Home to over 400 miles of open trails, Park City is perfect for outdoor group activities like hiking, mountain biking, fishing and more. Trails and parks are open and available for groups to safely explore our great outdoors.
When you meet in Park City, the options for expansive outdoor event space, group activities and adventures in the fresh, open-air don’t fall short. Explore some of the unique areas Park City has to offer for expansive outdoor experiences.
Attendees can enjoy year-round experiences at many Park City attractions and entertainment venues that are open and have implemented health and safety measures to ensure your group feels comfortable.
For more information on Park City’s health and safety measures, please visit our Travel Update Page.
Our town may be small, but just like the mountains, Park City stands tall as a meeting destination in a scenic setting great for hosting groups. Boasting convenience, accessibility and exceptional accommodations in a variety of meeting venues and event space, Park City is the place for groups to meet safely, stay comfortably and relax responsibly.
Reach out to the experts at Visit Park City to learn more about bringing your group to our mountain meeting destination and elevating your next event.