Newpark Resort & Town Center is the perfect place to experience one of the world's best ski and summer destinations: Park City, Utah. Whether you come to ski in Utah's famous snow or bask in the mountain sun of high summer, the Park City area is a premier vacation mecca for outdoor adventures complemented by the finest food, entertainment and other pleasures.

During the winter months, enjoy skiing, snowboarding and other snow sports, such as cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and tubing, at the sites that hosted the Olympic Winter Games in 2002. In warmer weather, you'll find plenty of golf, hiking, biking, and horseback riding throughout Park City, as well as boating and fishing in nearby streams. Book your Adventure now. 

One stroll down Park City's famous Historical Main Street and you'll see how Park City has preserved its friendly, small-town ambiance. You'll find everything you need here, including shopping, business services and medical facilities. You'll also enrich your vacation with fine dining and nightlife, top-rated art galleries and cultural events. Whether rugged adventures or luxurious spas, you'll find what you need in Park City.  

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The Swaner EcoCenter provides a unique experience to allow visitors to engage with and learn about the natural environment. The Center is a 10,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility designed to meet LEED’s highest standards for green building. The EcoCenter experience elevates visitors’ awareness of local and global environmental issues and promotes an informed respect for the natural world.

With 1,200 acres of breathtaking open space nestled amidst the Newpark Town Center, Swaner is a refuge for an abundance of wildlife. Over 10 miles of trails offer recreational opportunities for mountain bikers, hikers, birdwatchers, fishermen, snowshoers and photographers.



A wealth of information in one place, Park City Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau's official site is a comprehensive source for vacation information in Park City. You'll find details on sports, recreation, travel, lodging, dining, nightlife, shopping, 2002 Olympic sites, arts, events and more at parkcityinfo.com.

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A year-round, world-class facility that develops winter sport athletes through competition, training and recreational programs, the Utah Olympic Park welcomed 300,000-plus visitors during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. During the 16 days of competitions, the UOP was the site of 14 events, with three in ski jumping, three in Nordic combined, three in bobsled, three in luge and two in skeleton.