With a rapidly growing, year-round, diverse population of 10,000, Park City offers nationally ranked schools, along with churches of many denominations. In addition to its Olympic-class skiing and the Sundance Film Festival in the winter, there are many cultural and recreational activities for visitors in the summer. Art festivals and summer concerts, as well as many outstanding golf courses and extensive mountain-biking trails, attract people from all over the country. There is an abundance of world class restaurants and hotels offering many resort style amenities.
In the Utah mountains, the air is never humid or too warm in the summer months. Annual rainfall is moderate, and the winters bring snowfalls to provide for world famous Utah powder skiing. Summers and winters in Park City are filled with many days of clear blue sky due to Utah’s high desert climate. Park city’s three major ski resorts, Park City, Deer Valley and The Canyons surround the town and are accessible via public transportation year-round.
Park City is also surrounded by several reservoirs and rivers including Jordanelle Reservoir, Strawberry Reservoir, Echo Reservoir and Rockport Reservoir. All offer easy access and are great for boating, fishing and water sports. The Provo River, Jordanelle and Weber Rivers are well know for their outstanding fly fishing as well as seasonal rafting and tubing. Additionally, Park City is located within four hours drive of 15 National Parks and less than 50 minute drive to an additional 9 Ski Resorts.
All these great amenities give Park City a unique blend of culture, entertainment and outdoor activities that are unparalleled among mountain resort communities. Best of all, this unique community is only 20 minutes from Salt Lake City and it's major international airport.