Park City Travel Guide
Welcome to Park City!
Located just east of Salt Lake City, Park City is central to the Rocky Mountains and offers some of the best skiing and snowboarding in North America. Famous for the many resorts that provide access to eight different mountains and hundreds of acres of skiing, Park City is a hub of recreational activities that include hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, camping, fishing, rafting and a vibrant night life. Five surrounding state parks, the Rocky Mountains and a steady influx of visitors has created this mountain town where fine-dining, extreme sports, culture and art can all be experienced in a single day. Rockport State Park is a popular destination for day fishing or hiking trip as well as camping. The park also has a reservoir with a beach and boat launch. Utah Olympic Park, a venue that hosted many of the 2002 Winter Olympic games, is another frequently visited attraction. Visitors to this Olympic park and training center can take tours to the top of the world's highest altitude ski jump and in the winter ride down a genuine bobsled track. Other venues from the 2002 Winter Olympic Games dot Park City's landscape, offering experiences that can only be found in a few select cities around the world.
Hotels & Motels
Close to the Deer Valley Resort, downtown and the Salt Lake International Airport.
Dinosaur Expeditions provides river rafting trips on various rivers in Utah and Colorado.