Park City – The Insider’s Guide
Some of Park City’s best kept secrets are just that, secrets! We’ve gathered exclusive insider tips, and local intel that only true locals know. SHHH!
The Park City free transit system is the best way to
get around town. It provides bus lines to Main Street, recreation areas and Kimball Junction. High Valley Transit also offers free transportation via the High Valley app. Leave the driving (and parking worries) to us!
Art Gallery Stroll
On the last Friday of each month, members of the Park City Gallery Association offer a unique opportunity for locals and visitors to enjoy an evening of art, music, food, and great company while strolling along historic Main Street in Park City. Get a fresh look at new art and culture during your visit to Park City.
Summit Bike Share is an E-bike rental program sponsored by Intermountain Healthcare with 22 bike rental stations all around Park City. Using the app, you can rent an E-bike from one station, ride your heart out and return it to another station, anytime, and for any amount of time. Ride on!
Free Music Concerts
City Park, Canyons Village, and Newpark all have incredible summer/fall concert line-ups. Whether you’re into Country, Classical or Contemporary, there are great music artists coming to a summer outdoor venue near you. (Check local venues for specific dates).
Park City Farmers Market at Canyons Village
The farmer’s market runs every Wednesday, 12 pm-6 pm from June to October. Take your pick of fresh fruits and veggies. Plus, find a variety of local vendors, offering eats, sweets, coffee, Volker’s bread and more.
Dog Friendly Spots
Looking for a place that allows your perfect pooch? No problem, Park City loves its dogs. You can find pet-friendly patios at several restaurants like Blind Dog Grill, Silver Star Café, Collie’s Sports Bar and The Bridge Cafe to name a few. Plus, Run–a–Muk is a fully fenced, off-leash open space and trail system for dogs (and their humans), located on the road near the Utah Olympic Park.