Winter Dining Experiences in Park City

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In this new landscape, restaurants around Park City are finding creative ways to offer memorable outdoor dining experiences during the snowy winter months. From igloos to heated yurts, discover trendy new ways to dine outdoors during your winter stay at Newpark Resort. Nelson Cottage Located at Park City’s High West Distillery, The Nelson Cottage offers […]

Fun in the Snow Without the Skis

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Outside of skiing and snowboarding, there are plenty of ways to chase thrills and have a day full of fun around Park City this season. Whether you’re looking to jump on a tube or dash through fresh powder on a dogsled, discover unique ways to enjoy the snow during your winter getaway. SnowmobilingTo experience Park […]

Put “Park City” Into the GPS

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There’s nothing quite like gathering a few of your loved ones and loading up your car for a road trip filled with memories. Take a trip to Park City and enjoy the open road this year, the perfect vacation destination for skiing and relaxation off the mountain. In addition to its first-rate skiing, scenic hiking […]

The Return of Ski Season

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With the cold winter months ahead, many skiers are anxious to get back on the mountains while visiting Park City, Utah. In dealing with COVID-19 over the previous year, it’s clear that many public attractions, such as ski resorts, have either had to close or adjust their operations in significant ways. Fortunately, ski season will […]

Experience Autumn at Nearby State Parks

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While the temperature grows a little cooler, and the foliage begins to change, the landscapes around Park City UT offer even more magnificent sights to explore. For a memorable day of hiking, fishing, picnics, and more, we recommend a trip to these extraordinary state parks located within a 20-minute drive of Newpark Resort. Rockport State […]

Visit the Breathtaking Uinta National Forest

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Get out into the wilderness and experience the magnificence of remote lakes, mountains, and American woodlands. For a late summer day trip like no other, we recommend setting out in the early morning and driving north to Utah’s Uinta National Forest. The Uinta National Forest offers some of Utah’s best campgrounds, hiking trails, and undisturbed […]

A Quick History of Park City, Utah

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Today, Park City is a world-famous destination for skiing, snowboarding, and the Sundance Film Festival. But this town wasn’t always a ski resort metropolis; in fact, its beginnings tell a much different tale. Park City was first discovered in 1868 by soldiers searching for silver. Two years later, with the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad, […]

Exploring Summer in Park City

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Park City, Utah is so much more than just a ski destination. They say locals come for the winters, but they stay for the summers. Although many of the large summer events and festivals are paused this year due to COVID-19, visitors can still find a magnificent retreat in the breathtaking nature that surrounds the […]

Three Terrific Reasons to Visit Park City in March

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Warmer temperatures, free concerts, spring skiing, and some of the year’s best events—March in Park City has it all! Check out our list below for three reasons to pack up and head over this month. Spring Skiing Fewer crowds mean less time in lift lines and more on the slopes. Warmer temps also mean fewer frozen […]