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Even when there’s no snow, there’s still plenty for the whole family to do this summer at Park City Mountain. Yes, Park City Mountain is a great year-round resort with lots of unique and fun activities for the entire family. And in the heat of the summer, is there anything better than escaping to the mountains for some fresh air and fun?
We recently took our kids up to explore what there was to do, and even though they range in age from 2 to 12, it wasn’t hard to find something that everyone loved there.
Mountain biking can be overwhelming for beginners. I know it was for me, even with plenty of experience on a cruiser and road bike, I still had my hesitations about trail riding on a mountain bike. Fortunately, All Seasons Adventures has the solution for any first-time rider (And every level beyond).
Visitors flock to Park City for outdoor adventures during all seasons, from skiing in the winter to hiking and biking in the summer. No matter what time of year you visit, this mountain town has much more to offer in terms of arts and culture than you might realize.
"Chasing Ice" intro: Executive Director Katy Wang introduces a film (photo credit to Jill Orschel)
Chances are, you’ve heard of Sundance Film Festival, the world-renowned film festival that takes over our ski town every winter. But you may not know that you can actually catch critically acclaimed flicks all year round long, thanks to the local nonprofit Park City Film.
The Park Silly Sunday Market, a summer favorite for Park City locals (aka Park Sillians) and visitors alike, celebrates its 13th anniversary this summer. Held on Park City’s Historic Main Street, the Park Silly Sunday Market opened the season on June 2nd at 10:00 AM and continues every Sunday through September 22nd (excluding August 4th, 11th, 18th). Admission is free.
The Heber Valley Railroad, or Heber Creeper as the locals call it, is a historic railroad located in Heber City, just 20 minutes away from Park City. Whether you are looking to soak up a bit of history, need a rainy day activity, or just want a fun way to spend the day giving your feet a break, the Heber Creeper is great.
When you’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed out, I’d bet that the last thing you want to do is sit quietly in a room for 45 minutes. But according to Cindy Hallows, that might just be the very best thing for your well-being, both mental and physical.
There’s no doubt that cultural events and outdoor recreation are two of Park City’s greatest assets. With Sundance, Kimball Arts Festival, and numerous art galleries — plus all the skiing and biking you could want — visitors to our mountain town certainly have their pick of artistic and outdoor activities.
But combining the two can be a tall order. Thanks to the DeJoria Center, you don’t need to choose between culture or the outdoors. This world-class event and concert venue couples the beauty of Mother Nature with the thrill of live entertainment -- and it makes for a magical combination.