Only 35 minutes from the SLC Airport, Park City's rugged beauty is complemented by over 100 restaurants and bars, open air concerts, numerous spas and health clubs, plays, independent film screenings, a series of world-class events and festivals, and as many kinds of lodging as there are people. If you're into thrills, try out the summertime version of the bobsled at the Utah Olympic Park or challenge yourself at one of several area golf courses.
Restaurants in Park City
5 based on 2 reviews
Deer Valley Resort is a skiers only resort located in the historic mining town of Park City, Utah. Rated the number #1 ski resort in North America for an remarkable FIVE years running by the readers of SKI Magazine, we never stop striving to better our guests' experience. We offer complete vacation experiences from planning and vacation rental services through our Lodging & Reservations department to ski school, on mountain dining and summer concerts and chairlift activities.
chalk and cheese... Deer Valley beats PC on so many levels. Number of staff, excellent groomed slopes, wonderfully planned runs, great food. Once you have skied Deer Valley, you simply don't want to return to Park City I have skied nearly all the resorts in the West and Deer Valley was the best
5 based on 397 reviews
Because we were in Park City in October, the Guardsman Pass was open to vehicle traffic.
My wife and I picked a windy, cold day to go make the drive.
The road twists and turns up and over the pass then down into Heber Valley.
On the day we made the drive the skies were crystal clear. The winds were about 20 mph. and the temps were about 20 degrees at the top.
To our surprise, a group of musicians were setting up a photo shoot at the top of the pass. Seeing a piano and cello was a big surprise.
The drive requires the upmost attention of the driver. Let the passenger enjoy the views. There are a few pull off sites.
4.5 based on 461 reviews
Discover Park City's history at the Park City Museum on Historic Main Street. Prospectors discovered silver in 1868 in the area that soon after became Park City. Mine owners made fortunes, while thousands of miners simply made a living. After silver prices declined, Park City reinvented itself as a ski resort town. Interactive displays tell the Park City story in an engaging manner. Fun for the whole family! Open 7 days a week (Mon-Sat 10-7, Sun 12-6).
My wife and I took a day off from skiing and visited the museum. We really enjoyed ourselves- the exhibits were not only very informative but they were also done very Well. Definitely a must do in Park City!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Park is used for competitions and year-round training for athletes.
Fun short activity, some hands on interactive areas, 2 "ride experiences" nicely set up. The toboggen was not running , but you can sit in sleds in museum. Short educational films. Was free but rides were a small fee. Spent one hour with kids.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
If you’re tired of skiing or hiking, this Main Street is cute. There’s an eclectic mix of shops: art, craft, sport and casual clothes.
Many different styles of what you’d think of as ‘old west’ town: honoring their mining heritage.
Plenty of little cafes and spots to grab an ice cream when you find your energy lagging.
4.5 based on 540 reviews
Thrill seekers, meet your match on Utah's largest Alpine Coaster. The elevated track winds you through more than a mile of loops, curves and hair-pin curves at speeds up to 30 mph. Just like your favorite roller coaster - but with the refreshing mountain scenery of Park City.
As theme park and roller coaster fans, my kids have rode them all from Disney to Magic Mountain to Great America. However they all got a kick out of the alpine coaster in individual cars flying through the ‘real’ mountain (versus WDWs Everest). As no one quite knew what to expect, this certainly didn’t disappoint.
That is until my 11-yr old daughter returned with an open seat belt. This was alarming. We immediately flagged it to the staff’s attention. The maintenance guy was one of the staff on hand (wearing a different guys name tag/shirt) and explained how they do daily checks. However when he took a tug on the seat belt of my daughter’s car AFTER she thankfully returned unharmed, it clearly didn’t have a secure connection and needed replacement. We attempted to alert Park City management via the guest relations desk, however nobody seemed to be available for a brief conversation. Hopefully now they will be aware of this dangerous situation and take necessary action.
4.5 based on 333 reviews
Located two miles east of Parley's Summit off of I-80, Gorgoza Park offers fun for all ages with seven tubing lanes, mini-snowmobiles, and the Fort Frosty play area for children under 3 years of age.
Gorgoza Park is a big sledding hill where they provide you an inner-tube to sled down the hill for $30 for 2 hours. This would be a great idea, in theory. Unfortunately, this isn't what actually occurs. The management here is incompetent. What actually happened in our two hours is that we waited for 1 hour and 50 minutes, while sledding for 10 minutes. The problem here is that each rider is individually loaded by an attendant, then individually unloaded, then individually permitted to sled. Imagine if you went skiing and each skier was individually loaded onto the lift, individually unloaded from the lift, and then not allowed to ski until permitted. You would spend all your time on the lift and no time skiing. This is exactly what occurs at Gorgoza. I wish it were Gorgoza Tubing Park, but it is actually Gorgoza waiting-in-line Park.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
This area, formerly known as Park West, is the closest to Park City and the former site of the Olympic Games.
Canyons Village offers great shopping and dining options. Super family friendly location. Surprisingly the stores had very fair prices even sales! So many great brands and honestly very fairly priced. As for restaurants they had a range of options from coffee shop, to burgers to a little higher end but a nice range. Very comfortable family friendly area. Book your trip here.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Located in the heart of the restaurants, hotels, nightlife and shopping of one of America's great ski towns, Park City Mountain Resort has something for every snow enthusiast: manicured groomers, ideal learning terrain, powder-filled bowls and some of the industry's most progressive terrain parks and halfpipes.
Since the Resort was purchased, there have been changes. I have skied Park City three times and this trip was disappointing. Poorly groomed slopes, average food, and fewer staff. You can see belts being tightened. I will say they have excellent instructors however. We skied 3 days at Park City and 3 at Deer Valley and there was no comparison. Deer Valley was so much better.
4 based on 184 reviews
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