Park City Covid-19 Summer Travel Update
In compliance with the Stay-At-Home order issues by local health officials our Park City lodging properties are temporarily closed until at least May 1.
Please note that Summit County has issued a “Local Emergency” regarding the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus and is strongly discouraging travel to Park City / Summit County, Utah. In response to these declarations, Park City Mountain, Deer Valley Resort, Woodward Park City, National Ability Center, the Utah Olympic Park, and Visitor Information Centers have suspended operations until further notice. For more details on these individual closures, please visit the individual resort websites.
We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding during this unprecedented time. As the crisis of COVID-19 passes, our mountains will be here, waiting for your return. It’s the people who love skiing and riding who will get us through – our employees, our community members and each of you who are so passionate and dedicated to ensuring the longevity of our sport.
We look forward to welcoming the world back to Park City when deemed safe. PCMR
In addition to these resort closures, the Summit County Health Department has issued public health orders related to lodging properties and limited all restaurants to curbside pick-up or drive-thru service. They have also ordered the closure of all museums, theaters, movie theaters, spas, art centers, and live entertainment venues until further notice. For more information on these public health orders, please visit the Summit County Health Department website.
Park City Restaurants Update
Our Park City Restaurant community joins many across the world in a unified effort to reduce the impacts of COVID-19. We will we continue to monitor and support our area restaurants. Currently, the following restaurants will be offering curbside takeout service: CLICK HERE
For Guests planning to come to Park City / Summit County Utah in the next 30-days, we advise you to contact Park City Resort Lodging for additional information about these restrictions and information about updated cancelation policies.
Park City Chamber and Visitors Bureau is monitoring the impacts of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to our guests. We are working closely with Park City Municipal Corporation, Summit County, Summit County Health Department, and our member businesses to share resources to ensure you have the most timely and accurate information.
Guidance for Travelers
Public Health and Traveler Resources
Published on Thursday, May 7, 2020