Park City

Park City Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau
Park City is strung out North to South along Park Avenue (Highway 224), with historic Old Town Park City and the Park City Mountain ski resort in the middle and The Canyons and Deer Valley at either end. There are shops, hotels, and restaurants at each ski resort and all along Park Avenue, but the shopping and dining heart is pedestrian-friendly Old Town.

Park City Towns & Resorts

The Canyons

The nation’s third largest ski resort, the Canyons, at the north end of Park City, is a sprawling self-contained mountain community with many hotels, eateries, and shops spread around its base area. This resort is also very popular with day visitors.

Old Town/Park City Mountain Resort

A former silver mining boom town, the historic district has several parallel streets full of preserved Old West architecture and wooden stairs, and lined with saloons, art galleries, restaurants, and the classic Egyptian Theater, the main Sundance Film Festival venue. The Park City Mountain Resort sits just above Old Town and has a ski lift coming right down to Main Street.

Deer Valley

On of the nation’s most exclusive ski resorts, Deer Valley is an enclave of wealth and pampering at the south terminus of Park Avenue, like a giant cul de sac, home to the slopeside mansions of numerous CEOs and several of the priciest ski-in/ski-out hotels in the world. It is one of the more residential ski areas, limiting daily ticket sales, attracting fewer outside day skiers, and keeping those in residence on the premises.

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