Since the early 1900s, the Summit County Fair has been part of the area’s cultural and social fabric. This year’s event will be held from August 2 through August 9 and will be full of many exciting events.
Just a short 20-minute drive from Park City, the Fair will be held at the Summit County Fairgrounds in Coalville.
This year’s event will give you the opportunity to enjoy a truly exciting Western-themed event. You’ll have no problem finding something that you will love watching or participating in. Check out some of these Fair highlights.
Experience true Western life at the PRCA rodeo on Friday and Saturday night. Enjoy non-stop excitement and heart-pounding thrills as you watch top professional rodeo
Each year, the Park City Kimball Arts Center hosts its biggest fundraiser — the Kimball Arts Festival. This festival is a great way to spend a weekend in lovely Park City, enjoying activities, sights, and sounds that are sure to please your senses. This year’s event will be held August 1 through 3 at locations along Park City’s historic Main Street.
The Kimball Arts Festival is a juried event that attracts artists from around the country. The 2014 festival experienced the highest number of applications ever with more than 900 artist applications — with more than 200 being selected.
Participating artists will be presenting artwork in many mediums. You’ll find ceramics, photography, glass, fiber, and jewelry. You won’t want to miss the mixed
Park City is well known for its "Greatest Snow on Earth" and world-class ski resorts. Park City has also recently become world famous as the only "Gold Rated" mountain biking town, honoring our amazing mountain trails that encompass our ski resorts and link together all throughout town. But skiing and mountain biking are all mostly for the adults or older kids. For the younger kids, toddlers and kids up to age 10, Park City has expanded its offerings of kids playgrounds at its parks. Below is a guide to the five best playgrounds in Park City - located at Creekside Park, Willow Creek Park, City Park, Prospector Park and Trailside Park.
If we were asked how the market is we would have to say that we have been enjoying a healthy recovery, but in the recent months we are starting to see a slight slowdown in sales in certain areas. Over the last couple of years we have been enjoying a healthy increase in sales activity up to 2014. Now this year, we are starting to finally see a small decrease in the number of sales. This may be due to a couple of factors including more expensive listings, an uptick in mortgage interest rates, and a lack of inventory. If we had to give a more detailed reason for the slow down in sales, we would have to point to the overconfidence in today's sellers and the rapidly increasing listing prices. This seems to be across our entire market in all segments of