What’s the Weather Like In Park City, Utah?

Park City, Utah, is famous for its outdoor activities, art culture, and food scene, offering vacation fun 365 days a year. The town’s perfect location and mountain setting provide serene surroundings and a chance to experience the best of all four seasons. 

Planning a trip and looking for what our weather is really like? Read on for everything you need to know.

Need help planning your Park City getaway? Contact Park City Lodging for rental recommendations. 

Your Seasonal Guide to Park City

You can visit Park City any time of year! Enjoy a variety of activities, from skiing adventures and bobsledding in the winter to spectacular water recreation and biking in the summer. 

Winter Weather in Park City

Two men in brightly colored ski gear walk across the snow during a Park City winter vacation.

Park City winters are ideal for snow-packed entertainment. Our average snowfall ranges from 180” to an impressive 400”. So, it’s no wonder why our quaint town delivers some world-class skiing. In addition to hitting the slopes, you’ll love our other wintertime activities, including:

Highs/Lows: Temperatures average around 35˚F during the day and dip down to 14˚F in the evenings. 

Where to Stay for Skiing and Mountain Sports

To maximize your time on the mountain, browse Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain Village vacation rentals, and ski-in/ski-out properties. 

Check out our ultimate guide to Park City’s winter activities and places to stay.

Spring Weather in Park City

A man mountain bikes through a Park City, Utah forest during a fall vacation.

Spring in Park City is truly magical. In March, Park City offers some of the best powder days of the year! The bluebird skies and longer days set the stage for an abundance of live music and après ski sessions on repeat. The enchantment continues into April, offering visitors the joy of late-season skiing mixed with warm sunny days. By May, the Park City trails burst to life with vibrant spring foliage, and the golf courses welcome enthusiasts around Memorial Day.

Spring also offers a wealth of indoor and outdoor recreation opportunities for non-skiers:

Highs/Lows: Temperatures in March range from 43˚F to 25˚F. In April, Park City starts warming up, with highs averaging 51˚F to lows averaging 31˚F. May’s temps range from 61˚F to 38˚F.

Where to Stay for Spring Adventures

Vacation rentals in Canyons Village are perfect for a spring getaway. Not only do some of the residences feature ski-in/ski-out properties, couples and families love the easy access to Canyons Village stores, retail outlets, and delish dining establishments. Golf enthusiasts are wowed by Canyons Golf which is surrounded by the Wasatch and Uinta mountain ranges.

Traveling with the kids? You’ll love our spring family fun guide!

Summer Weather in Park City

Two people standup paddleboard (SUP) in Park City, Utah during their summer vacation.

The sun comes out in its full glory, wildflowers are in bloom, and precipitation gives way to a more arid climate. Rain dwindles to only a 14% to16%  chance in June, July, and August. This time of year is perfect for splashing around in the water, dining al fresco, and exploring mountain scenery. Some of our most loved summer excursions are:

Highs/Lows: Our mountain climate helps keep our summer days comfortable. You can expect highs to average between 75˚F and 81˚F. The lows are a pleasant 40˚F to 50˚F. Even though our summer temps don’t climb too high, our elevation is still 7,000 feet above sea level, so stock up on sunscreen. 

Where to Stay for Summer Fun

Beat the heat with rentals offering poolside amenities. Blackstone 3823 is a popular summer property with a pool and an excellent Canyons Village location.

Dive into our guide to the best summer water activities.

Fall Weather in Park City 

Beautiful fall foliage in Park City, Utah.

As summer temps give way to brisk air, our fall forests blaze in red, yellow, and gold hues. Snow days in September are near zero and minimal in October, making autumn great for outdoor enjoyment. Scenic drives are a relaxing way to enjoy fall colors, and hot air balloon rides give you a birds-eye view of autumn splendors. For other outdoor amusements, the weather is perfect for:

Highs/Lows: Like spring, fall conditions vary. Plan for daytime temperatures around 70˚F at the start of September, then dropping to 42˚F by November. The evenings average 43˚F to 23˚F.

Where to Stay to Experience Fall 

If you want to explore our historic downtown and the mountain, choose a vacation rental at Deer Valley Resort . Not only is the resort close to fantastic shopping and dining on Main Street, it provides wonderful access to the mountain and its dazzling fall colors.  

If you’re looking for the ultimate alpine escape, look no further than Sun Ridge Retreat. This private home in Lower Deer Valley Resort is nestled in the picturesque hillside and accommodates up to 12 guests. 

Private vacation home, Sun Ridge Retreat, in Lower Deer Valley Resort with a large open living room filled with comfortable modern furniture and a spacious bedroom with a gas fireplace.

Learn more about fall in Park City, activities, and places to stay.

Visit Park City All Seasons of the Year: Book Your Vacation Rental Today

From rental properties with hot tubs and pools to private luxury homes, you’ll find the perfect vacation rental with indulgent amenities in a prime location no matter what time of year you visit.

Book directly with us and let our concierge team help you plan your ideal stay, curate itineraries, and make your visit unforgettable. 


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Published on Tuesday, October 3, 2023