Park City Apartments & Vacation Rentals - 396 Rentals Available
396 Vacation rentals
Park City Apartment
- 3 bedrooms 3
- 4 bathrooms
- Sleeps 10 10
- Min stay varies
- Suitable for children age 5+
- Car not necessary
from $300 / night
Park City House
- 5 bedrooms 5
- 4 bathrooms
- Sleeps 17 17
- 5 nights min
- Child friendly
- Car not necessary
from $500 / night
Park City Condo
- 2 bedrooms 2
- 3 bathrooms
- Sleeps 6 6
- Min stay varies
- Child friendly
- Air conditioning
from $595 / night
About Park City
Things to doIf you visit in the winter, the slopes aren't the only place to find fun and excitement. In addition to snowmobiling and snowshoeing, the village has a dynamic apre-ski scene with more than 20 bars and over 100 restaurants. Movie lovers will want to plan a visit in late January for Robert Redford's annual Sundance Film Festival, which celebrates independent filmmaking.
In the summer, heading the list of activities include the Ziprider, which takes riders down a mountain in an exhilarating 60-second ride, outdoor concerts and music festivals, riding an Alpine Slide, and taking historic tours of this former mining town. Golfers can take advantage of the high altitude and watch their drives fly high and long off the tee at one of the 12 golf courses located within a 20-mile radius of Park City.
Utah's biggest mountain, Canyons boasts miles of wonderful downhill ski trails, which are also used for mountain biking adventures in the summer. A major venue in the 2002 Olympics, Deer Valley is a picturesque and perfectly maintained ski mountain, with hundreds of miles of trails. You can visit the amazing Olympic Park in Park City, an extensive workout space for Olympians-in-training, as well as a museum of Utah ski history. Park City Museum tells the story of Park City's 19th century residents and the mining industry that gave life to the town.
TransitTo get around Park City you could rent a car, or take a taxi, but instead save money and stress by using the free transit system. Park City's free bus system, fueled by biodeisel, will take you wherever you want to go in town. Historic Main Street, Kimball Junction, North of Main, Quarrey Village,Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain, or the Utah Olympic Park for a day of fun-filled activities, shopping and great food. The Trolley operates along Main Street daily from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. It will stop just about anywhere along the street. Stand at any of the trolley stop signs or just give a wave to the driver indicating you would like to ride. The Trolley also serves as a connection between Main Street and the Old Town Transit Center where connections can be made to all other routes in the system.
ClimateYou get the best of both worlds in Park City when it comes to climate. In the winter, dozens of feet of snow fall every season, which is why snowbirds flock to Park City for the award-winning ski slopes. Since there are not sub zero temperatures to go along with it, visitors will love spending all day skiing, and won’t freeze. In the summer, the temps get hot enough for swimming, golf, and more. You’ll love this four-season destination and the weather will never let you down.
EventsMany people come to Park City every single year for the same major events. In the winter, come during the Deer Valley Celebrity Ski Fest to rub shoulders with your favorite actors or athletes as they cruise down the slopes. The Luge World Cup and Ski World Cup are also events that draw a crowd. Most famous, of course, is the Sundance Film Festival that takes place every year in January. Over ten days actors, actresses, directors, movie execs and many more of the Hollywood elite pour into Park City for this legendary film festival. Indie films can become major hits, and possible blockbusters can fizzle out - all due to the crowd's reaction at Sundance. Park City during Sundance rivals any other location during its big event of the year - famous faces, parties, skiing, movies and more. It is a 'must-do' for film buffs.
ShoppingYou have access to an incredible array of high end shopping spots when visiting Park City. Visitors can purchase just about anything they want there from clothing to gifts to locally made crafts and jewelry. Park City is a fantastic arts desitination, with over 30 art galleries, numerous arts non-profits, and music festivals throughout the year. The Historic Park City Main Street area has hundreds of shops that visitors can easily walk to. Park City also has an outlet mall, selling all types of designer goods. Historic Main Street has been Park City's prime shopping district since the 1800's when merchants began catering to the town's founding miners. The area hosts over 70 retail stores ranging from souvenir shops to one-of-a-kind boutiques with the finest apparel from New York, London and European designers. For more good deals, there's always the outlet mall, closer to the entrance to town, at Kimball Junction. Just across from here is the Redstone Plaza Shopping Center offering a variety of independent boutiques and even a retro toy store.
FoodAfter all the hours spent on the slopes, or sitting watching the next great set of films, you WILL work up an appetite. Main Street is where all the actoin is, and most of the incredible restaurants. Eat at Grappa if you're a pasta lover, Shabu for sushi, and Zoom for a film-inspired, Redford-owned eatery with a historical location. You'll find casual comfort food at Windy Ridge Cafe which is raved about by Park City locals. Riverhorse on Main is the #1 rated Park City restaurant on TripAdvisor, with over 575 reviews. For a more exotic flavor, head to Wahso which has an Asian decor and menu. Mariposa offers you the chance to try game that you've never eaten before, and Purple Sage is a down-to-earth cowboy restaurant that will blow your taste buds away.
NightlifeThe city, although not large, is home to over 200 restaurants and bars serving many styles of cuisine, as well as several nightclubs offering live music and dancing. Historic Park City, Main Street, has the highest concentration of eateries and bars in town, and it the go-to place for dining and entertainment. There truly is something available for every taste - from the Hollywood elite to the flannel draped locals.
If you're looking to dance the night away, Silver is your best bet. With three stories of ultra modern decor and bumping jams, you might just run into your favorite celeb here during Sundance. The Sidecar Bar is more laid back, but has the best live music in all of Park City. This place has more of a collegiate feel, so be prepared. If you want to drink like an old cowboy, you should venture into one of the hundred or so saloons in Park City. High West Distillery and No Name Saloon are two favorites. Downstairs is the best bar for singles in Park City, owned by That 70's Show star, Danny Masterson.
When it's time to recharge your energy level after a busy and exciting day, you can spread out and relax at one of the many spacious Park City vacation rentals. A vacation rental offers the space, privacy, and amenities of home for a fraction of the cost of a traditional hotel. Experience Park City as a local would, instead of as a tourist.
Whether you choose to stay on a mountainside near the ski lifts or in the village, a short walk from shopping, dining, and entertainment, the extensive and eclectic selection of Park City, UT vacation home rentals offer convenience, comfort, and exceptional value compared to a traditional hotel room.
Your choices range from quaint and cozy Park City Cabins featuring appointments like wood floors, fireplaces, and hot tubs to sprawling Park City vacation home rentals, which can accommodate up to 16 people with amenities such as floor-to-ceiling windows for awesome views, large living and entertainment areas, and electronic gadget-loaded media rooms.
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