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Popular amenities for Park City vacation rentals

Stay near Park City's top sights

Deer Valley Resort20 locals recommend
Park City Main Street Historic District31 locals recommend
Montage Deer Valley33 locals recommend
The St. Regis Deer Valley50 locals recommend
Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley15 locals recommend
Egyptian Theatre100 locals recommend

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Park City

  • Total rentals

    4.2K properties

  • Total number of reviews

    74K reviews

  • Family-friendly rentals

    2.8K properties are a good fit for families

  • Pet-friendly rentals

    260 properties allow pets

  • Rentals with a pool

    2K properties have a pool

  • Rentals with dedicated workspaces

    2.2K properties have a dedicated workspace

Your guide to Park City

All About Park City

Tucked within the Wasatch Mountains in western Utah, Park City is a small town known for its stunning mountain backdrop, dozens of scenic highways, and activities both on and off the slopes. The town is a year-round destination, with visitors coming here to soak up the arts during the international film festival and outdoor concert series, and to embrace the outdoors by skiing, mountain biking, fishing, and hiking.

The town is surrounded by spruce-, pine-, and aspen-lined forests and miles of panoramic drives. Bordering Park City to the north and the west are the Wasatch Mountains, where you’ll find two world-class ski resorts in close proximity to the city. The mountains join the Uinta wilderness for two million acres at the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, just 35 minutes from Park City and home to hundreds of miles of trails that wind their way around peaks, canyons, and lakes. Rare animal sightings in the forest can include black bears, mountain lions, elk, moose, and mountain goats, among many others.

Less than 30 minutes east of Park City, the Mirror Lake Byway twists through the Uinta Mountains, offering stops at waterfalls along the Provo River and massive freshwater lakes set within the forest valleys.


The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Park City

Autumn is cool in Park City and it gets cold at night, with snow usually starting in November. This is also the season when the trees turn shades of yellow, orange, and red — best witnessed by a scenic drive or hike through the Wasatch Mountains. Cold and snowy winters are ideal for outdoor sports ranging from tubing to cross-country skiing. A world-famous film festival also visits Park City this time of year, with many up-and-coming actors and directors making debuts in venues spread across town.

Spring stays cold until May, when the snow begins to melt. The month-long Spring Gruv festival occurs from March to April, when you’ll find outdoor concerts, ice sculpting competitions, and the annual pond skimming competition, where competitors ski over a 100-foot, frozen pond. Summers are pleasant, warm, and dry, and in August, the Kimball Arts Festival fills Park City’s Main Street with 200 tents populated by artists from around the country.


Top things to do in Park City

Wasatch Mountain State Park

The Wasatch Mountain State Park covers nearly 22,000 acres, offering dozens of hike and bike trails. You’ll have opportunities to spot local wildlife along the one-mile Cascade Springs Trail, where you might find large mammals, including moose and elk, or birds like the wild turkey and red-tailed hawk. As you wander the paved trail, you’ll eventually reach the waterfall and freshwater streams at Cascade Springs, surrounded by towering mountains.

Guardsman Pass Scenic Byway

The Guardsman Pass Scenic Byway winds through 15 miles of forested mountains, connecting Park City with the Big Cottonwood Canyon. Depending on the season, the landscape ranges from fall's yellow-hued foliage to snow-capped scenes in winter, to fields of Indian paintbrush and orchid wildflowers in spring and summer. You can stop at the Guardsman Pass Overlook summit for sweeping views of the Uinta Mountains, one of the US’s highest mountain ranges.

Park City Museum

The Park City Museum, located in the downtown area, offers an interactive walkthrough of the region’s history, starting with its early inhabitants before moving on to its mining years and finally to its more recent days as a sought-after ski destination. Permanent and rotating exhibits feature historic photographs, oral histories, and life-size replicas and artifacts of objects important to the town’s past. After a few hours of exploring, grab a bite to eat at one of the restaurants or cafes also on Main Street.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How is the weather in Park City?

    Park City experiences a four-season climate. Winters are cold, with temperatures often around 21°F (-6°C), making it a prime time for skiing or snowboarding. Summers are mild and enjoyable, with temperatures averaging 75°F (24°C), ideal for hiking, mountain biking, and outdoor events.

  • What are some of the best things to do in Park City?

    Park City is known for its outdoor activities. Visitors often spend their time skiing or snowboarding at Park City Mountain Resort, exploring historic Main Street, or hiking and mountain biking on the numerous trails. The Utah Olympic Park, a remnant of the 2002 Winter Olympics, is another popular site to explore.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Park City?

    Winter is the most frequented time to visit Park City, especially between December and February, when the ski slopes are at their peak. However, summer also attracts visitors with the Park City Kimball Arts Festival and the Deer Valley Music Festival.

  • What are the best places to stay in Park City?

    Popular areas to stay in Park City include the Main Street district for its historic charm and proximity to restaurants and shops, Deer Valley for easy access to ski slopes, and Canyons Village for its modern accommodations and amenities.

  • What are the best places to visit in Park City?

    Park City is rich with attractions such as the Park City Mountain Resort for winter sports, the historic Egyptian Theatre for performing arts, and the Park City Museum to learn local history. For nature lovers, the Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter is worth a visit.

  • What are some hiking trails in Park City?

    Park City has a vast network of trails. The Round Valley Trail System, Silver Lake Trail, and the Mid Mountain Trail are among those frequently recommended for their beautiful scenery and varying difficulty levels.

  • What are some family activities to do in Park City?

    Families visiting Park City can explore the Utah Olympic Park, where they can learn about skiing history and even try out some winter sports themselves. The Alpine Coaster at Park City Mountain Resort is another exciting activity for families, providing a thrilling ride through scenic mountain landscapes. For a quieter experience, consider a visit to the Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter, where families can learn about local wildlife and ecosystems.

  • What are some of the best day trip ideas in Park City?

    Day trip ideas from Park City include a visit to Salt Lake City, about 32 miles (51 km) away, for its numerous museums and the famous Temple Square. Nature lovers can head to the Uinta National Forest, approximately 30 miles (48 km) away, for hiking and wildlife viewing.

  • Are there vacation rentals with a dedicated workspace in Park City?

    Yes! Work meets play with ease at over 2,190 vacation rentals in Park City featuring dedicated workspaces. Stay connected and productive in your home away from home.

  • Are there pet-friendly vacation rentals in Park City?

    Four-legged friends are welcome in Park City. Choose from more than 260 vacation rentals for guests traveling with pets.

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