Park City Information

With all the charm of an Old West mining town and all the benefits of a modern-day resort, Park City's Historic Main Street is an eclectic world of its own. Park City's entrepreneurs have taken the past and turned it into a handsome future for this mountain paradise.

It's no wonder Park City real estate holds its value and regularly increases in value even during hard economic times. People from all over the world flock here for recreation. Park City truly is, "a place for all seasons." Main Street is the romantic heart of this wonderland. Park City properties in the commercial district feature quaint shops and boutiques that cater to every taste. A stroll down Historic Main Street is like a stroll back in time with all the benefits of the present and whisperings of a prosperous future. You'll find some of the finest dining in the world right here in Park City along with plenty of spirits to warm you on a cold winter's night.

Park City Mountain Resort is just a stone's throw away from Historic Main Street. Nature's handiwork is breathtaking. Imagine that view framed by the window of your Park City condominium or timeshare.

Despite colder temperatures in the wintertime, Park City real estate is hotter than ever. Park City golf homes are at a premium and it's not surprising. People who buy Park City real estate know the quality of life here is unsurpassed. Entertainment, beauty, a pioneer spirit of community and astounding prosperity have a strong-hold on our elite clientele.

 

LOCATION

The Wasatch Mountains have harbored this gem community for thousands who come here to work and play. Nowhere is the meaning of Utah's slogan, "Life Elevated" more apparent than in this resort community just 36 miles east of the Salt Lake City International Airport on a major interstate, I-80. Dear Valley Resort and Canyons Resort are within five miles of each other and Park City Mountain Resort between them plays host to many thousands of visitors each year.

 

RECREATION

Park City is Utah's premier destination for recreational junkies in spring, summer, winter and fall. These are just some of the recreational activities that can be had in and around Park City:

Summer:

    Mountain/Road Biking
    Hiking/Trail Running
    Golf
    Fly Fishing
    Camping
    Kayaking
    Boating
    Waterskiing
    Horseback Riding
    Hot Air Ballooning
    Inline Skating
    Skateboarding
    Zip-line Rides
    Alpine Sled
    Summer Bobsled Rides
Winter:

    Snowskiing/Snowboarding
    Heli, Cat & Tele Skiing
    XC-Skiing
    Hot Air Ballooning
    Snow shoeing
    Sleigh Rides
    Ice Skating
    Snowtubing
    Snowmobiling



Ski and Snowboard Resorts

Park City Mountain Resort
435-649-8111
www.parkcitymountain.com

Canyons Resort
435-615-3440
www.canyonsresort.com

Deer Valley Resort (skiing only)
435-649-1000
www.deervalley.com

 

Cross Country Skiing and Tubing Hills

White Pine Touring Nordic Center
435-649-6249
www.whitepinetouring.com

Gorgoza Park
435-658-2648
www.gorgoza.com

Soldier Hollow (Midway, Utah)
435-654-2002
www.soldierhollow.com

 

ENTERTAINMENT

Park City Performing Arts Foundation/Eccles Center
435-655-3114
www.ecclescenter.org
Look for a full season of musical and cultural entertainment that includes touring groups from around the world at the Eccles Center.

Mountain Town Music
www.mountaintownmusic.org
Mountain Town Music is a 501C-3 non-profit organization that exists to produce, foster, and support live music, creating an internationally recognized musical community which enhances the cultural experience for Park City and Summit County residents and visitors. The majority of the community concerts are free and can be enjoyed at multiple venues all over Summit County.

Egyptian Theater
435-649-9371
www.egyptiantheatrecompany.org
This intimate theater offers everything from critically acclaimed dramas to musical farce at its best.

Kimball Art Center
435-649-8882
www.kimball-art.org
A non-profit center for the arts, committed to engaging individuals of all ages in diverse and inspiring experiences through education, exhibitions and events.

Park City Film Series
435-615-8291
www.parkcityfilmseries.com
Enjoy independent films, Sundance favorites, and less mainstream films. Films are shown at the Jim Santy Auditorium, 1255 Park Avenue, at 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, and at 6 on Sundays.

Deer Valley Music Festival
www.deervalleymusicfestival.org
The Deer Valley Music Festival (DVMF) is the Utah Symphony/Utah Opera's summer home in the mountains. The 2013 Festival will be its?tenth season of providing chamber music, classical, opera, and pops offerings in four venues: the Deer Valley Snow Park Amphitheater, St. Mary's Church, Temple Har Shalom, and salons in private homes in the Park City area.

 

FESTIVALS

Park City Kimball Arts Festival
www.parkcitykimballartsfestival.org
One of the oldest and largest Arts festivals in the West. In addition to the 220 exhibiting artists this year, local restaurants will be participating in Taste of Art. The 2012 BEST OF SHOW ARTISTS will be showcasing the best of their work in 10 categories from 2012.

Sundance Film Festival
801-521-2525
www.sundance.org
Robert Redford's annual festival, highlighting films from independent filmmakers.

 
 
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