Nestled among the Wasatch Mountains, just 35 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport, Park City is best known as a world-class skiing destination, but this mountain town has more to offer than The Greatest Snow On Earth®. While known for its world-class skiing in the winter, you don’t have to ski or snowboard to enjoy Park City. In fact, we have plenty of fun and engaging activities for non-skiers to enjoy beyond the slopes. Explore the exciting shops on Main Street, take a cultural adventure across town, or plan a day bowling with friends and family. You don’t have to feel left out if skiing isn’t your thing. 

During the warmer months Park City’s extensive summer trail network of 450 miles of public access trails designed exclusive for non-motorized reactions, will satisfy the hiker, mountaineer and nature enthusiast within you.  Whether you are looking to spend the day in the forest, get out on the water, or stroll through downtown, Park City always delivers unique experiences for anyone seeking a summer adventure, dramatic landscapes, and world-class cuisine.

As communities proceed with caution to slowly reopen businesses, select restaurants are offering a variety of options to serve their world-class cuisine to the Park City community. Curbside pick-up, delivery and dine-in options are available, allowing patrons to enjoy Park City’s award-winning menus as safely and conveniently as possible. Visit for updated hours and service options.

Main Street in Park City

Sundays on Main Street look a little different this summer with car-free Sundays, June 14 – September 6, 2020. The 0.8-mile stretch of shops, cafes, bars, and restaurants plays host to merchants as they expand into the street welcoming visitors to the district. Vehicles are prohibited on the street from 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. No matter what you are looking for Historic Main Street is lined with quaint shops and galleries. We're talking shopping for everything from handmade furniture, books and sportswear to art collectibles and Western antiques. Historic Park City requests attendees to Car-Free Sundays to respect social distancing practices and wear face-coverings, when appropriate. The City has installed hand sanitizer stations throughout the district, and additional sanitization measures are in effect on all high-touch surfaces. Park City has aggressive transportation goals to reduce single-use occupant vehicles. While parking is currently free in the district, visitors are encouraged to explore alternative transportation methods to access Park City’s Historic District.

With so much to explore and experience, you’re invited to discover not only our breathtaking vistas, but the cozy corner booth to split that decadent dessert, a warm barstool to sip the latest craft spirit, or the welcoming communal table to share an unforgettable dining experience. Park City will satisfy your cravings both on and off the mountain.