- Central Park City
- Trailside Park, Highland Estates
- Old Ranch, Old Ranch Road
- Old Ranch
- Park Meadows, Saddle Condos
- Park Meadows, The Cove
- Park Meadows, Fairway Village
- Park Meadows, Last Sun At The Cove
- Park Meadows, Parkview
- Park Meadows, Private Homes
- Park Meadows, Racquet Club
- Promontory, Promontory Club
- Silver Creek Glenwild, The Preserve
- Silver Creek Glenwild, Tollgate Canyon
- Silver Springs, Quail Meadows
Park City Travel Tips
Park City is renowned for excellent skiing, having hosted the downhill, jumping and sledding events during the 2002 Winter Olympics and now the permanent home to the U.S. Ski Team.
During late November through mid-April, there's plenty of snow that covers the city. Even though it's most known for cold-weather fun, Park City offers a lot to do once the weather turns warm as well. In fact, in 2008 Forbes named Park City one of the 20 prettiest towns in the United States. There's a variety of outdoor attractions that are best enjoyed during spring and summer like the hot springs, forests and hiking and biking trails.
Throughout the year you can marvel at the stunning century-old buildings that line the streets, giving Park City a particularly charming and welcoming feel. There are also an abundance of excellent restaurants.
Park City is also famously home the largest independent film festival in the U.S., the Sundance Film Festival, giving his hub an artistic and cultural edge.
- Jordanelle State Park: This outdoor location is an excellent place to fish, water ski, canoe or motorboat. The stunning waters of the reservoir provide a lovely backdrop. Take a hike and experience all that nature has to offer here. Don't forget your camera, because you might be able to capture a sighting of a golden eagle, redtail hawk, hummingbird, elk or moose.
- Coda Gallery: For more than 16 years, the Coda Gallery has been wowing visitors with its colorful, fun, light-hearted art displays. Local artisans as well as artists across the U.S. proudly show off their creations here. You can see everything from paintings, sculptures, glass work and sketches at Coda.
- Park City Golf Club: The course started out with nine holes, then expanded to 18 holes in 1973. If you're looking to practice your swing or take in a game while on vacation, check out the Park City Golf Club. Enjoy breathtaking views as you aim for the green.
- Park City Food Tour: If you enjoy trying new foods, plan a Park City Food Tour. You'll be guided from Main Street around to four or five different restaurants where you can touch, smell and taste the history of the city as well as the amazing meal options available. You'll get to see the gorgeous city sights as you walk and learn about the culinary culture of Park City.
Winter Activities to Enjoy in Park City
- Utah Olympic Park: This state-of-the-art park was a venue for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, and now it's open to the public with free admission. There's nearly 400 acres housing sporting facilities and visitor areas here, which serve as competition and training grounds for athletes. You can race down a track in a bobsled, learn how to steer a skeleton, luge or visit the Alf Engen Ski History Museum and 2002 Eccles Winter Olympic Museum.
- Hit the ski slopes: Park City is one of the best places to visit for skiing, so if you're traveling in the winter month,s hitting the slopes is a must. Park City Mountain Resort offers world-class skiing and snowboarding, with many lodges and resorts to choose from. The Canyons Resort is one of three alpine ski resorts. It features 19 chairlifts and 4,000 acres of terrain for hitting some fresh powder. It's also the largest ski and snowboard resort in Utah. Deer Valley is another alpine resort that known for its upscale amenities and amazing ski slopes. It's continuously ranked among the top ski resorts in North America.
- Take a sleigh ride: There are few things more romantic that a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snow. Snowed in Sleigh Company offers rides with or without a meal. Each sleigh accommodates up to 10 or 12 passengers and is pulled by two horses as you glide past scenic views and snow-covered mountains. If you're also dining, you can enjoy a Western-style meal followed by music and dancing for a perfect winter evening.
- Aura Spa and Boutique: After a long day on the slopes, nothing could be more relaxing than a trip to the spa. Book a relaxing massage to sooth sore muscles or try a facial to care for your windblown skin. Afterward, enjoy a manicure and pedicure to keep those nails looking beautiful. You can even leave the kids with a sitter and have a romantic evening getting a couples massage after grabbing a delicious dinner in town.