A century-old mining town turned modern day hot spot, Park City is home to two world-class ski resorts that delight more than 3 million visitors each year. Year in and year out, Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain Resort regularly rank among the world's best. Proudly claiming "The Greatest Snow On Earth®", Park City hosted many of the ski and snowboarding events of the 2002 Winter Olympics. Is it any wonder the United States Ski Team is headquartered here?
Located directly adjacent to Newpark Resort, this 1,200-acre nature preserve offers interactive exhibits, regular tours and 10 miles of trails winding through the wetlands. Click Here For more Information.
Enjoy the latest blockbusters at Kimball Junction’s Redstone 8 Cinemas. Featuring stadium seating and all digital production and sound, this theater is just a short walk from Newpark Resort. Click Here For more Information.
Whether you stop by the Visitor Center in the historic district or the Kimball Junction location, you’ll find knowledgeable staff and loads of maps, brochures and helpful tips for exploring Park City and the surrounding area. Click Here For more Information.
Home of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Utah Olympic Park features two museums, casual dining and spine-tingling recreational activities, like the not-to-be-missed Comet Bobsled. An active U.S. Olympic Training Site, this 389-acre site delights visitors year-round. Click Here For more Information.
Park City's popular Tanger Outlets is home to nearly 100 leading retailers and factory stores, including J. Crew, Calvin Klein, Polo Ralph Lauren and Nike. The center is open seven days a week. 6699 North Landmark Dr.
The country's second largest ski resort, Park City Mountain boasts over 7,000 skiable acres, delighting skiers and snowboarders of every skill level. With two different access points, the closest access is Canyons Village, which is just 3 miles from Newpark Resort. Click Here For more Information.
This scenic, well-maintained trail is a favorite of walkers and bikers in summer and cross-country skiers in winter. Spanning 28 miles, it follows the old Union Pacific rail line. Click Here For more Information.
Channeling Park City’s early watering hole roots, High West Distillery & Saloon is the state’s first distillery in nearly 150 years. Located next to the Town Lift, this working distillery offers tours; small-batch, mountain-crafted whiskeys; and flavorful Western fare in a setting straight out of the Old West. Click Here For more Information.
Comedy, community theater and prize-winning productions take the stage of this beloved Main Street theater, which was the first home of the Sundance Film Festival. Architecture buffs will be captivated by its 1920s Egyptian motifs. Click Here For more Information.
Park City's only skiers-only resort, 2,000-acre Deer Valley has been rated the #1 ski resort in North America by the readers of SKI magazine. Enjoy on-mountain dining, ski school and summer concerts. Click Here For more Information.
Park City's mining town heyday is captured in a range of exhibits at the Park City Museum. Interactive displays tell the story of the town's boom years after prospectors found silver in 1868. Click Here For more Information.
The shores of the 3,086-acre Jordanelle Reservoir offers two great areas – Hailstone and Rock Cliff – for camping, waterskiing, boating, trout fishing and other recreational pursuits. The state's newest reservoir, it's located just north of Herber City. Click Here For more Information.
One of the state's most scenic routes, this high-mountain byway traces a path past lakes, streams and breathtaking forest. Campgrounds, picnic areas and hiking trails, plus plenty of wildlife, dot the route. Click Here For more Information.