Downtown Park City (Old Town to locals) was incorporated as a city in 1884. Abundant silver mines, fortunes being made, and jobs, attracted people from around the world to partake in the successes being had in the area. Its unique flavor and history still exist today with sixty-four buildings being on the National Register of Historic Places, many of those along Main Street. Where else can you be in such a historic, quaint, location with today’s treasure everywhere you look ? – what we in Utah call ‘The Greatest Snow on Earth’.
Park City was a host city to the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, of which Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley both hosted competitions. Each year, all three ski venues in Park City host elite competitions as well as fun local events. Park City Mountain Resort lifts and base area is right downtown, with easy access to most lodging properties and residences. Deer Valley is just a few miles down the road with Canyons Resort only a few miles in the other direction.
Loaded with restaurants, shops, museums and art, Old Town offers today’s conveniences mixed with a real sense of history.