Owning a vacation home can be one of life’s greatest pleasures, especially in a year-round resort paradise like Park City, Utah. It can also require a considerable amount of maintenance and expense, which not everyone has the time or desire to manage. This is precisely why the private residence club concept was created. It’s a form of fractional ownership that rewards owners with the joys of a second home in a luxurious, carefree manner. On the outskirts of Park City, those who love the mountain lifestyle can enjoy private residence club living at Victory Ranch, a luxurious private community in Kamas, Utah. The Residence Club at Victory Ranch features 16 modern mountain cabins along a pristine, private stretch of the Provo River. The cabins also take
Can’t make it overseas for the Tour de France? No problem! You can catch professional cycling competition during the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, one of the preeminent professional bicycle stage race events in North America. Taking place, August 12-18, the Tour follows the Tour de France and features some of the world’s top cyclists and teams. Seventeen professional squads will be riding in the race, including teams from seven countries such as the U.S., Canada, Germany and Mexico. This will mark the first Tour of Utah appearance for some of them. The riders on the rosters of these 17 teams have a combined total of 42 stage victories and classification titles at the Tour of Utah since 2011, the year the Tour was elevated internationally by the Union
Art lovers rejoice! This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Park City Kimball Arts Festival, which will be held on Park City’s Main Street August 2-4. To mark this impressive milestone, entry to the Festival will be free all weekend long for Summit County residents. Register online and then bring your government-issued photo ID to the Kimball Art Center (1401 Kearns Blvd.) from July 15 to August 4 to pick up your complimentary wristband for entry. For those who are not residents of Summit County, tickets are just $12 for adults and $5 for kids and valid all weekend when purchased in advance here. This is the largest annual fundraiser for the Kimball Art Center, so even if you get a free ticket, a donation will surely be appreciated upon entry to
If you’re looking for fabulously fun and local Park City events to spend your Hump Day and Sunday Funday, get your fill with the Park City Farmer’s Market on Wednesdays and the Park Silly Sunday Market.
Held seasonally in the Canyons Village parking lot at Park City Mountain, the Park City Farmer’s Market attracts locals and visitors seeking fresh produce from Utah farmers as well as some artisan crafts. Don’t just shop, but enjoy the chance to interact with the vendors who can tell you about their farms and how they grow their amazing products. You’ll even see chefs from local restaurants shopping for their menus. More than fruits and veggies, you can expect to find locally made breads, salsas, dips, baked sweets, and more. If you’re hosting a
It seems like it wasn’t too long ago when Main Street was home to the only options for dining out in Park City. Times sure have changed! An abundance of new eateries has opened in recent years in other parts of the Park City area and in nearby communities like Heber City and Midway. These culinary gems are a hit for locals who seek a fun evening or lunch out while avoiding the Main Street crowds. Some offer outdoor seating which is also appealing given Park City’s spectacular summer weather. The best things come in threes, so here are three of our new favorite dining venues off Main Street. They have the added bonus of ample, complimentary parking.
Hearth and Hill 1153 Center Drive, Newpark
Owned by Brooks Kirscheimer, the former General Manager