Summer Guide for Park City

With blue skies, crisp mountain air, the scent of pines and a daily dose of exploration right outside your door, there’s nothing like summertime in Park City. Ask any local. This is why when we began pulling this issue together, we knew it should revolve around the idea of living locally. We wanted to highlight the best of our close-knit community and why we love living here. Whether it’s the sustainable living, forward-thinking technology, the plethora of outdoor activities, or the grassroots history of our mountain town, we trust you’ll browse this summer edition, and fall in love with the people, places and adventures written within these pages.

Our “The Life of a Cowboy” spotlights the down-to-earth bareback champ, Kaycee Feild. We get an intimate look at the rodeo circuit as he shares his passion with us and how he is inspiring the next generation of rodeo competitors.

Sitcom star and local restaurateur Ty Burrell shares his story in “Food for Thought” about being co-owner of the Eating Establishment in Park City and finding his way into the restaurant scene, having ownership in several restaurants, and settling into his life and new home in Salt Lake City.

“For the Fun of It” showcases popular funny man, Bill Engvall. Let him entertain you as he shares about his life in Park City and recommends some of his favorite local spots.

The new standard for luxury living in Park City is integrated living. Read about the latest “High Tech Homes” and the holistic approach builders are taking as they construct the inspiring Velvaere development at the new Mayflower Resort.

The many health benefits of golf are discussed in “A Round a Day.” From playing against beautiful backdrops to getting in a full-body workout, playing golf on a regular basis is good for your mind, body and spirit. We highlight some of the best courses in the area. Find the perfect Park City course for your next golf outing.

We truly hope these stories make you curious to discover more about our idyllic town and high-altitude living. One thing is certain, whether you’re a local or visitor, it’s summertime, and livin’s easy in Park City.


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