The wait is over!  The Park Silly Sunday Market begins another season of “sillyness” this Sunday, June 5th, 10am to 5pm, on historic Main Street in Park City.  The Market continues every Sunday throughout the summer, concluding on Sunday, 18th.  The Park Silly Sunday Market is an eco friendly, open-air market and street festival. It is a treasure box that features unique and eclectic-local and regional arts and crafts, music and performance art, antiques, imports and one-of-a-kind finds, delicious gourmet foods, and farmers market fruits and vegetables.

Is the Silly Market Family Friendly?  Absolutely, bring the whole family.  There is free live music, performers, and activities for the kids. We want the Market to be a weekend ritual, an opportunity to reconnect with our family and friends. The Market is handicapped accessible. Snow, rain, or shine the show must go on.

Did you know that the Park Silly Sunday Market was named one of the top 50 farmers markets in the country by Cooking Light Magazine. Editors asked culinary experts from each state to nominate their favorite markets. Here’s what Utah chef Katie Weinner, owner of SLC Pop, had to say: “The Park Silly Sunday Market is an incredible showcase of Utah’s farmers, chefs and artists. You have chairlifts over your head and mountains within reach while you shop. The Red Bicycle Breadworks Company makes a lime-chipotle chocolate bread that makes my heart swoon.”

Check it out for yourself this summer.  Why not make a weekend out of it and hit the Silly Market, catch a concert, or hike or bike one of our over 400 miles of trails.

Take advantage of our 3rd night of lodging at select Park City Utah lodging locations throughout the month of June 2016, and from mid August to the end of September.  Check availability and book online today.  Let us help you plan your Park City summer getaway.  Give us a call at 800-245-6417 x 2 or email us at

We invite everyone to come and get Silly in Park City with and celebrate another funky and silly Park City summer.


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