Nestled between Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain Resort, Old Town is a reflection of Park City's rich mining past. Many examples of Victorian-era architecture still stand among the city's residential and commercial structures. You can find Park City's most recognizable buildings and landmarks in Old Town, which is also the city's epicenter thanks to its abundance of high-end eateries, bars, shops, museums, and galleries.
Park City Mountain Resort is easily accessible from Lower Main Street through the Town Lift. Single-family houses and businesses have replaced many historic buildings and miners' shacks. The Old Town neighborhood location is ideal since it offers the best of both worlds. In addition, you are conveniently located near the town lift at Park City Mountain Resort and Main Street's lovely stores and restaurants.
What to Love
- Main Street features renowned restaurants, enticing shopping, and several nightclubs
- Rich history
- Victorian-era architecture
Old Town offers plenty of entertainment for mountain bikers, skiers, hikers, and snowboarders. Because you are in the Park City Mountain Resort base area, ski lifts and terrain parks are conveniently located nearby. Those who don't want to ski or snowboard will still find plenty to do here. Living in Park City guarantees a full social calendar.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Main Street is renowned for its excellent restaurants, shopping, and art galleries. Specializing in eyewear, All Sports Eyewear Inc.
carries ski goggles, prescription lenses for Prada, Smith, Maui Jim, Kaenon, Oakley, and most ski goggles, and a selection of optical frames. Alpaca International Inc.
carries Alpaca clothing products that are smooth, soft, and light. The unique material is heavy enough to wear on a cold winter day but airy enough to wear on a mild summer night. Other notable stores along Main Street include Athleta
, Baranof Jewelers
, Burns Cowboy Shop
, Deer Valley Signatures
, and Park City Jewelers.
Since opening its doors in 1987, Riverhorse On Main
has been hailed as one of the best restaurants in North America. This restaurant is the ideal place to savor superb cuisine, from American comfort fare with a Southwest twist to Asian-inspired meals in a hip, urban atmosphere with live music. Head to High West Distillery
for Western fare, a full selection of spirits and wines, and their mountain-crafted, top-notch vodkas and whiskeys. If you love sushi, head to Yuki Yama Sushi
. This restaurant serves authentic Japanese cuisine like Asian tapas, maki, tempura, sashimi, and sushi. Other notable eateries include 350 Main Brasserie
, 501 on Main
, Bangkok Thai on Main
, Buona Vita
, Café Terigo
, and Handle
Things to Do
Old Town offers visitors and locals plenty of things to do. History buffs will love visiting Park City Museum
. The Park City Museum's mission is to collect, store, exhibit, and educate the public about Old Town's extensive and varied cultural history. Park City Mountain Resort
boasts infinite adventures for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels with its 7,300 acres, 43 lifts, over 300 trails, six terrain parks, and ski-in/ski-out access to historic Main Street. Golfing enthusiasts will love visiting the nearby Park City Golf Course
, a public golf course in Hotel Park City.
Park City hosts several events that you can attend. The annual Park City Kimball Arts Festival
is held in August and features gourmet food and drink, live music, and various activities. Every year, thousands of artists apply in the hopes of being selected to showcase their work. Film enthusiasts will love attending the Sundance Film Festival
. This event includes documentary features, short films, episodic content, and other performances and films. Savor the Summit is Park City's largest outdoor dinner party. You must make a reservation with one of the participating restaurants to attend. The Park City Shot Ski draws in crowds along Main Street to throw one back.
Old Town falls under Park City School District. Top schools in this neighborhood include:
- McPolin School, Grades PK-5
- Ecker Hill Middle School, Grades 6-7
- Treasure Mountain Junior High School, Grades 8-9
- Park City High School, Grades 10-12