Utah Olympic Park
Just outside of downtown Park City is the home of the 2002 Winter Olympics, preserved as both a free museum and an outdoor fun center. Spend your day learning about the history of the Olympics and of winter sports in Park City, watch national ski teams from around the world practice on the Nordic and aerial jumps (and then make those jumps yourself on a tube!), and taking a trip down the 1,335 meter-long Bobsled track, where you’ll reach speeds of up to 70 mph!
Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter
Visit this 1,200 acre Nature Preserve for nature tours, environmental education for children and adults, wildlife viewing and interactive exhibits.
Union Pacific Rail Trail
Explore this 28-mile, non-motorized trail and experience a close-up view of area wildlife and wildflowers on foot, horseback or mountain bike.
Historic Park City Main Street
When you're done exploring the beautiful surroundings of Park City, venture downtown to Historic Main Street! Shop at over 100 unique boutiques, satisfy your appetite at one of the 50 one-of-a-kind restaurants, catch a show at the historic Egyptian Theatre, and more!
Calendar of Events
Sundance Film Festival – January-February
FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup – January
Thin Air Innovation Festival – April
Savor the Summit – June
Deer Valley Music Festival – July-August
Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah – July-August
Big Stars, Bright Nights Concert Series – Summer
Kimball Arts Festival – August
Autumn Aloft – September
Torchlight Parade – December