Get your creativity flowing! From tots to adults, Kimball Art Center offers a full lineup of workshops and classes to inspire and educate artists of all ages, in a wide range of mediums. Visit them online to register for upcoming courses.

RISE Boxing is not your typical sweaty boxing gym; within their Studio, boxing is a means to strengthen not only your body, but your mind as well. In these boxing-inspired group classes, instructors will lead you through the six fundamental punches, then combine them with body-weight exercises and cardio to deliver a full-body, soul-inspiring workout. Free your hands and the mind will follow. Mind. Body. Box. No Experience Necessary.

Ice Castles is an awe-inspiring, must-see winter phenomenon that brings fairytales to life. The frozen attraction in Midway is just a 25-minute drive from Park City. The experience is built entirely by hand using hundreds of thousands of icicles hand-placed by professional ice artists. The castles include breathtaking LED-lit sculptures, frozen thrones, ice-carved tunnels, slides and fountains.

The culinary options in Park City are extensive and unique. If you need to appease a craving, we’ve got you covered with ideas in our dining section.

Live theatrical performances are a centerpiece of Park City culture. The Egyptian Th eatre has been entertaining locals and visitors for decades. Check out their calendar of shows and events online or stop by the box office.
328 Main Street

Park City has two blue ribbon trout rivers that are fishable year-round. Both rivers are within 15 minutes of Main Street and the winter months bring some of the best fly fishing. Th ink low crowds, abundant fi sh and stunning snow-covered backdrops. shing/fly-fishing

With over 80+ weekly fitness classes including Yoga, TRX, Circuit Training, Zumba, Spin and more, Silver Mountain Sports Club is Park City’s premier fi tness facility. Enjoy state-of-the-art equipment, including a year-round heated lap pool, hot tub, steam room, and sauna. Visitors and locals are welcome to purchase a day pass or punch pass and experience their two locations. Open seven days a week.

The Heber Valley Railroad is a one-of-a-kind experience the whole family will enjoy. The 16 miles of track between the Heber Valley and Provo Canyon provides access to some of the most spectacular scenery in the state. For a full list of scenic train rides go to their website.

Choose between the Park City Resort Center’s outdoor rink or head indoors to the Olympic size rink at the Park City Ice Arena. Bring your own gear or rent.
parkcity ice,org |

While strolling Main Street, stop by Java Cow and choose between hot coffee drinks or scrumptious ice cream creations. You can also satisfy your sweet cravings with freshly made desserts and pastries.

Walking into J.W. Allen & Sons Toys and Candy is like entering a childhood dream. With gifts and items from today and yesteryear, children of all ages will love perusing their collection. Check out their large selection of board games, puzzles and sleds.
1675 Redstone Center Dr

L.L.Bean has been rooted to the outdoors since establishment in 1912. A company committed to rustic sporting communities; Park City is home to their newest store. With a strong commitment to local projects, the Park City location offers numerous recreational services and activities through their “Outdoor Discovery Program;” including fishing lessons and a Kid’s Storytime. L.L.Bean also supports many local non-profit organizations to include the Youth Sports Alliance, Mountain Trails Foundation, Swaner Preserve and the National Ability Center.
675 Main Street |

Redstone Cinemas and Holiday Village 4 Cinemas, part of the Metropolitan Theatres Corporation, allows moviegoers to see the latest blockbuster, family fl ick, Indy fi lm or movie genre of their choice on the big screen. The theatres offer stadium seating, all digital projection, surround sound, and “M Rewards,” the free loyalty program allowing members to earn points and rewards. Plus, Bargain Tuesdays offer guests spe-cially reduced pricing.

With newly designed tracks available for skiers of all levels Nordic Skiing at Jeremy Ranch is a perfect family activity. The Nordic center has food, rentals, tuning, Nordic apparel and skis for sale.

Choose a non-profit you’re passionate about and spread the love by volunteering your time and/or donating goods and services. For philanthropic suggestions and information go online.

Let the little ones have a day of childhood play. Sign them up for The Kid’s Club at Westgate Park City Resort & Spa and give mom and dad time for their own adult fun.

Are you ready for an adventure? Escape Room Park City is an experience that you won’t soon forget. Whether you are escaping from a Mine Shaft, solving a Who-Dun-It, finding the Pirate Booty or figuring out where in the world your Travel agent is, these rooms are full of mental challenges and puzzles that are exciting and an amazing amount of fun!

When the weather turns cold and the sky is full of clouds, sitting next to the fi re with a good book is always a treat. If you’re looking for a new title or an old classic there are plenty of options around Park City. Two community libraries are easily accessible: the Park City Library right off Park Avenue and the Summit County Library at Kimball Junction. |

Whether you’re looking to take a break from the slopes for a day or a non-skier looking for some “what about me” winter fun, snowmobiling has long been the “must do” activity. With 25 years of experience and over 100,000 rentals Lofty Peaks Adventures has long been the leader in Snowmobile rentals and tours. Specializing in private-guided tours at group prices as well as customized self-guided rentals.
845 S Main Street | Heber City 435.654.5810
(Also at Snowbird Ski Resort)

Mountain Town Olive Oil, Park City’s premier destination for gourmet foods, presents The Next Course, a cooking demonstration and tasting class. Sit back and relax while their professional chef prepares 3-5 delicious recipes incorporating olive oils and balsamic vinegars that will get your taste buds working overtime. An optional wine pairing is available as well. Perfect for home chefs, private events, team building and corporate groups. Class attendees receive a complimentary mini bottle of oil or vinegar to take home as well as a discount to
shop in the store afterwards.

Built for the 2002 Winter Olympics, the UOP draws visitors and participants from around the world. Our Olympic athletes train here. Zip lines, adventure courses and the bobsled ride are thrilling. View the two free museums and enjoy the café.

Prospectors discovered silver in 1868 in the area that soon became Park City. Mine owners made fortunes, while thousands of miners simply made a living. Mining required strong backs and wreaked havoc on miners’ lungs. Explore this dark, wet, and dangerous profession at the Museum, learn how ore becomes silver, and earn your pay by drilling into the rock face. After silver prices declined, Park City reinvented itself as a ski resort town. Come discover more of our town’s unique history at the Park City Museum.
528 Main Street

Margaux Kelleher opened Wasatch and Wool Yarns to share her love of knitting and beautiful yarn from around the world. Knitters, spinners, and crochet enthusiasts are
invited to join a workshop or class. Colors and textures from hand-dyed and exotic yarns showcase your perfect skein project.

Park City’s free transit system is the best way to get around town. Park City’s 100% sustainable transportation, the Electric Xpress is wrapped with lightning bolt images. These buses are quiet, clean and efficient. They will get you to Main Street lightening fast too!

Yoga Kula Project is an award-winning wellness and yoga studio, open year-round. Classes include Bikram, Hot Yoga and Pilates, Mindful Flow and Meditation, as well as private classes and retreats. Kula translates to union of community—they strive to create an environment where everyone, regardless of ability, can practice in a supportive, safe and encouraging atmosphere. The friendly, highly-trained instructors are some of the best in Park City and their goal is to provide therapeutic care for your body, mind and spirit and give you the tools for a happier, healthier life.

Winter and spring are a GREAT time to visit Utah’s Hogle Zoo as the zoo is OPEN ALL YEAR! The animals are generally more active, the crowds are fewer, admission prices are lower and guests can have more one-on-one experiences with the animals. So put on a warm coat and gloves and visit winter’s best kept secret!