Fun Free Things To do In Park City Utah



Fun free things to do in Park City.
Fun Free THings To do In Park City
do NOT GO IN THE WINTER TIME IF YOU WANT A CHEAP VACATION

Fun Facts

Park City’s population is currently 7,873 and is often outnumbered by tourists

Park City is considered one of the wealthiest towns in the United States and is notable for having a big number of Northern and Central European immigrants.

Free Concerts at Deer Valley on Wednesdays in the summer

Free concerts Mountain Town Music at Newpark Amphitheater, has a full schedule of rock, bluegrass, and Americana planned for your Thursday evenings.

Hike and Bike

Park City has over 400 miles of continuous trails and it’s the perfect summer temperature nice and cool well shaded.

Sound Park, so many parks.

Hike Armstrong Trail

Armstrong Trail takes hikers up the mountain for some gorgeous views of town. The first leg of the trail has a serious elevation gain and fantastic views of town. As it reaches a flatter stretch, the trail dips into the trees for a lovely forested experience.

Art Gallery Stroll Main Street Park City

Special Event: On the last Friday of each month from 6 – 9 pm throughout the summer, over 20 art galleries open their doors to a free community “Last Friday” Gallery Stroll, complete with light refreshments.

Free trolley up and down mainstreet. If you have kids this is a treat all of itself. ADDIE LOVES THE TROLLEY and asks to go back just for that becuase it makes her feel love she is in Daniel Tiger.

Utah Olympic Park

Built for the 2002 winter olympics

Historical Sights

When I was in high school this was one of my favorite places to do relax and do homework. Secluded, peaceful, close to everything yet still removed.

Glenwood Cemetery is a 5-acre cemetery in Park City, Utah. The site was first established in 1885 as a pioneer cemetery by silver miners. It is still in use, and has 976 interments. It is on the National Register of Historic Places

Sunday Market in Downtown Mainstreet

a spectacle of food, art, craft goods, performances, and costumes. Tents and stalls line the street, up and down. Everyone goes all out. You will find some of the area’s best art, music, food, and local goods each Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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