Private Homes Travel Tips
Enjoy Old Town Park City Vacation Rentals during Ski Season
What started as a mining town almost disappeared in the 1960s when Park City, Utah almost became a ghost town. The first ski resort opened in 1946, and Old Town Park City became known for winter recreation, even hosting portions of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. With three year-round resorts within five miles of Park City, Old Town Park City vacation rentals can help you stay as close to the slopes as you desire. There are over 8,000 acres of skiable terrain, 51 lifts and 337 trails in the Park City area, and there are numerous Old Town Park City vacation rentals available within walking distance of the slopes.
Old Town Is a Great Place to Find Park City Lodging
Park City, Utah is known for its great resorts, and Park City lodging located in Historic Old Town make it easy to access any area of Park City you want. Park City lodging is located between Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort, a convenient location allowing you easy access to the Park City Mountain Resorts town lift, Historic Main Street, and all of the wonderful restaurants and shops you'll find in Historic Old Town.
Walk to Historic Main Street from Old Town Vacation Homes
After burning down in the 1800s, Park City residents rebuilt their beloved Main Street, and it stands today attracting visitors from around the world to Historic Old City. With restored historic buildings and new facilities built in the same style as their historic neighbors, Old Town vacation homes near Historic Main Street provide you access to shopping, art galleries, and fantastic restaurants. The Historic District in Historic Old Town Park City is a great vacation destination when you search for Old Town vacation homes.