Park City Utah Summer Activities & Events

Summers in Park City area spectacular, just ask any local and they’ll tell you “we came for the winter and skiing, we stayed for the summers.”  We asked people what they liked most about Park City summers, and you know what they said?  “Everything.”  They love visiting Utah Olympic Park, hiking, biking, and especially gondola rides and endless summer activities at our Resorts.  Park City has lots of summer activities for lots of personalities. No our wonder our guests come back to Park City again and again and again.  Experience Park City this summer and find out why.

Summer chairlift rides at all 3 Resorts

Summer chairlift rides at all 3 Resorts

Catch a thrilling fun-filled ride on the Alpine Slide or take in nature’s artistry while hiking or biking the vast trails and terrain that Park City has to offer.  The summer playground of the Wasatch Mountains, Park City offers an abundance of summer activities and outdoor recreational options.

Hiking in Park City

Grab your backpack and your boots!  Enjoy a leisurely stroll on the Rail Trail or take a walk on the wild side along the more challenging terrain of the Mid-Mountain Trail.  The Park City area offers over 150 miles of public trails to accommodate families as well as the extreme hiking enthusiast.

Hiking Trails – Park City and surrounding areas

      • The Rail Trail – This family friendly trail extends from Park City to Echo Reservoir.  Total trail length is 28 miles.  Whether you hike a few miles or the entire trail – you’ll enjoy the beautiful mountain views, wildflowers and serenity along the Rail Trail.
      • Bald Mountain Trail – A short, easy to moderate 1.2 mile hike near Kamas.  The trail head is north of the Bald Mountain picnic site off Mirror Lake Highway (about 30 miles east of Kamas).
      • Beaver Creek Trail – Along this 4.8 mile Uinta Mountain trail, you’ll pass through forests, streams and quite a few beaver ponds.  The trail head is located six miles east of Kamas on the Mirror Lake Highway.
      • Park City Mountain Resort –

Due to Park City’s high altitude (most trails are above 7,000 feet) hikers should bring plenty of water and sunscreen. Layer your clothing; pack a hat and a rain poncho. Mountain weather is very changeable – be prepared before you go.

Park City Golf

Park City Golf Club

#1 – Par 5 Hole at Park City Golf Club

Elevate your game and plan your next golf vacation to Park City, Utah.  Consistently ranked as one of the premier public golf courses in the intermountain region, Park City Golf Club offers a challenging game at one of the state’s most enviable locations.  Bring the entire family and spend the morning on the course, then check out the many other summer activities available in Park City.  Park City Resort Lodging, a division of Identity Properties offers Park City lodging adjacent to the Park City Golf Club. As if 7 golf courses within 25 minutes of Park City isn’t enough, we have a new player in town – the Canyons Resort Golf Club.  Check out more Park City Golf Courses and plan your Park City golfing getaway today.

Park City Mountain Biking

Park City Mountain Biking

Park City Mountain Biking

Experience true exhilaration as you fly down the mountain – the suns at your back, the wind’s in your face and nature’s beauty surrounds you – just another perfect blue-sky summer day in Park City!  Park City, Deer Valley and surrounding areas offer over 150 miles of hiking and biking trails accommodating all skill levels as well as lift-served access to their trails. Click this link to find our more about Park City mountain biking and our over 400 miles of trails.  Ready to test your skills at mountain biking?  Check out our Park City Cycling Festival and the many other events in the area.

Visit for detailed information about Park City’s biking trails.

Park City Mountain Resort  offers a variety of rides and activities.

  • Alpine Slide
  • Alpine Coaster
  • ZipRider
  • Lift Rides
  • Legacy Launcher
  • Climbing Wall
  • Miniature Golf
  • Little Miners Park

Summer Dog Sledding Adventures

Experience a unique and exhilarating Park City dog sledding adventure this winter or summer.   Summer camps are available starting in June.

Luna Lobos Dog Sled Summer Rides and Camps

    • Rides – Tour times are either 7:30 am or 7:30 pm. weather permitting.  Rides are from 20-30 min in length and time with the pups is unlimited.  Prices start at $200 per couple – split rides are available.
  • Camps – Luna Lobos teaches participants the fundamentals of dog sledding, basic outdoor survival skills and one-on-one interaction with the dogs. Guest speakers from different types of dog training backgrounds such as, search and rescue, service dogs, etc, will be providing a lesson on their line of work during camp week. Camp will be from 8 am to 12 pm Monday through Thursday.  Prices start from $150 per camper (for the 4-day camp); $75 for each additional sibling/family member.  Recommended for ages 7-8 and up.  Transportation from Park City to the camp site is available for an additional $25.  Campers are encouraged to bring their own lunches; Luna Lobos will provide water, fruit or snacks.   For more information visit or 435.714.0408 or 435.714.0411 also check out their blog at

Horseback Riding

Park City Fly Fishing

Hayrides at the Stillman Ranch


Park City free outdoor concerts and summer attractions

Park City Summer Events Calendar

Find out more about Park City events our Park City summer events calendar.


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Great location, beautiful views!

We have stayed at Park Avenue Condominiums in both summer and winter. We have also stayed in various other properties in Park City. This is by far our favorite place to stay for many reasons. The first is the location. It is on a golf course with a lot of open space which is great for walking around. My kids like to hunt for golf balls. It is also next to the grocery store and great frozen yogurt spot. We walk to downtown most nights which is 3-5 minutes away and the ski resort is about the same. It’s also on the bus route if interested. We mostly walk around which is very easy. The second reason is the condo layout.  These are large units. They are large enough to separate parties out if desired (can be good with kids) but also has one large central area for gathering/cooking. A lot of condos we have stayed in are very dark and closed but these have a lot of natural light and are very open feeling. Our unit had a hot tub too which was nice. There are pool/tennis facilities which we use a lot….especially in the summer. We are so happy we found this place. Highly recommended!!!

— 03/01/2016

Park Avenue Condos Unit 229 by Identity Properties

Best thing about Park Ave condominiums is location! it is adjacent to the free city shuttle bus stop and very close to Park City Mnt for skiing, and only a short ride to the Main street activities and restaurants. It is also located right across the street from Fresh Market grocery and Rite Aid and Starbucks and McDonalds, and just a short walk to the state liquor store and Squatters Grill and Pub, which is very tasty.

— 03/15/2017


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