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In the winter, Park City is world-renowned for skiing and snowboarding. With three major ski areas, there’s a slope for every skill level. Book your Park City vacation package today.

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Here are a few of our most popular Park City resorts:

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    Sundial Lodge

    Located only steps away from Red Pine Gondola and positioned in the heart of Canyons Resort Village, Sundial Lodge offers an unparalleled ski experience.

  • This gracious Park City gem offers comfortable condominium-style accommodations and quality amenities.

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    DoubleTree by Hilton Park City - The Yarrow

    Located near historic Main Street and convenient to shopping, dining, and outdoor recreation opportunities, including skiing and golf.

Things to do in Park City, UT

  • Ski Park City Mountain Resort

    Ski Park City Mountain Resort

    Park City Mountain Resort is a ski resort in the western United States in Park City, Utah, located 32 miles (51 km) east of Salt Lake City. Park City, as the ski resort and area is known, contains several training courses for the U.S. Ski Team, including slalom and giant slalom runs. During the 2002 Winter Olympics the resort hosted the snowboarding events and the men's and women's alpine giant slalom events.

  • Canyon at Utah

    Tour Utah's Mighty 5

    Discover the big five spectacular national parks: Arches,Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, Bryce Canyon, and Zion. These encompass the Utah Mighty 5.
  • Main Street

    Park City, Utah, was built as a mining town during the Silver Boom of the 1800s, making Main Street a beautiful mix of 19th-century buildings and laid back mountain vibes. Main Street in Park City is a perfect vacay destination. Walk the street for shops, arts, spas, barbers, eats, drinks, and scenic views. There are always events like live music, trivia night, and more at local bars. Main Street may be best known for hosting the world-famous Sundance Film Festival. Book a hotel and flight vacation package with Southwest Vacations.

Family activities in Park City, UT

  • Natural History Museum

    The Natural History Museum of Utah is the ideal place for young explorers to discover Utah's unique history and cultures. Encounter ten galleries featuring interactive exhibits to examine newly-discovered dinosaurs. Explore Utah's distinctive ecosystems and stunning landscapes. Study the day-to-day lives of its ancient peoples, and the dynamic cultures of native people living in present-day Utah. The museum itself is a model in "green" design, considered a modern architectural marvel.

  • Pony Express Trail Tour

    Many western movies describe the brave Pony Express rider. Learn about this genuine American legacy and visit actual sites that rival any film about this iconic time. Pony Express National Historic Trail is the historic U.S. route of brave horseback riders who served as the nation's first mail carriers. These men carried mail across this great country between 1860 and 1861. From Park City, you can take a scenic drive to Camp Floyd and Simpson Springs and see history first hand.

  • Park City Alpine Slide

    Summertime luge slides on the mountain.

    Offering over 3,000 feet of a luge-like track, our Alpine Slide is one of the longest slides in the world! Plus, with multiple tracks to choose from, you can …

    Popular summer attraction featuring multiple 3,000-ft. luge-style slides down a mountain.

    Offering over 3,000 feet of a luge-like track, our Alpine Slide is one of the longest slides in the world! Plus, with multiple tracks to choose from, you can experience a different ride each time.

Nightlife and entertainment in Park City, UT

  • Fine dining

    Park City is a snow-capped oasis that has something for everyone: a walkable downtown, picture-perfect mountains, and an enviable food scene. During Sundance, the snow to sparkle, a bit like the glitter and glamour of Hollywood as stars fill the sidewalks. So whether you want a hearty meal before hitting the slopes, or to "do lunch" with some Hollywood types to pitch your next big idea, Park City's has your spot. From locally sourced foods and sustainably raised meats, you will never feel guilty about eating at The Farm Restaurant. And oh yeah, for that breakfast, try Five5eeds!

  • Club/dancing

    For a night of drinking, dancing, and entertainment Park City has got you covered. Try dimly-lit OP Rockwell Cocktail Lounge & Music Hall, described as a swanky, Western-meets-Victorian speakeasy with live music, dancing, and handcrafted concoctions. Tao Nightclub is a sophisticated place for wine drinkers and cocktail lovers. Meeting up with friends and dancing is the perfect thing to do at Downstairs. Urban Lounge is somewhere between a dive bar and a glitzy nightclub making it the perfect place for some nonchalant relaxation after a tiring day on the slopes.

  • Park Silly Sunday Market

    Head on out to the Park Silly Sunday Market to experience an eclectic street market crafts, music, and food. This open-air, eco-friendly market and street festival is a treasure trove of unique and exciting finds where local artisans, regional craftsmen, neighbors, and tourists mingle together. Handicrafts, food carts, children's activities, live bands, and beer make this a Sunday Funday for anyone that wants to hang out. Come out, grab a bite, shop for unique gifts to take home, breathe the mountain air, and enjoy some music.

In the winter, Park City is world-renowned for skiing and snowboarding. With three major ski areas, there’s a slope for every skill level. When you take off the skis, you can still enjoy the snow with snowmobiling, sleigh rides, or snowshoe hikes. The city is also home to luxury resorts, acclaimed restaurants, art galleries, boutique shopping, and exciting entertainment. Book your Park City vacation package today.

Park City lies east of Salt Lake City in the western state of Utah. Framed by the craggy Wasatch Range, it’s bordered by the Deer Valley Resort and the huge Park City Mountain Resort, both known for their ski slopes. Utah Olympic Park, to the north, hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics and is now predominantly a training facility. In town, Main Street is lined with buildings built during a 19th-century silver mining boom.