The Park City MARC has pro tennis courts for public use, both indoor and out, as well as lesson. Click here for more information PCMARC Tennis. Call (435) 615-5400 if you have any questions.
The Park City MARC houses 4 indoor and 7 outdoor tennis courts, and advance reservations are recommended. There are also tennis courts at the City Park, as well as several of the lodging complexes throughout Park City.
Willow Creek Tennis Courts offer 2 free public outdoor courts located on the corner of Split Rail Lane and Old Ranch Road.
City Park Tennis Courts recently refurbished two outdoor courts. Located off Deer Valley Drive these courts are close to food, many of our vacation rental units, and main street. These courts are free and open to the public.
Trailside Park offers four fenced outdoor tennis courts that are open dawn to dusk. Located off Highway 40 at 5715 Trailside Dr. These courts are free and open to the public.
Park City is a great rocking climbing destination. Whether you are looking for technical routes or just getting started. Park City Lodging has connections to Park City’s best guided climbing teams who will help you have a great experience. Park City is also home to world class indoor climbing gyms where visitors can perfect there technique bouldering or scaling an indoor wall.
Guided Rock Climbing
Rock Climbing can be dangerous for the inexperienced climber so having a qualified guide is an excellent way to try this exciting sport. Park City Lodging, Inc. partners with local businesses to provide guided tours: JANS and White Pine Touring
Indoor Climbing Gyms
Park City offers a world class indoor climbing and bouldering gym. Bouldering is simply climbing without the restriction or hassle of rope and luckily, the floors are covered with pads that provide a soft landing. Bouldering allows the climber to focus on the climbing movement and techniques instead of focusing on the safety aspects that climbing on a rope requires. Bouldering is both entertainment and exercise. Check out The Mine Bouldering Gym!
Big Cottonwood Canyon is a great location for sport climbing on quartzite. With available climbing on both sides of the canyon climbers can choose routes based on sun or shade for the different seasons. Please note that Big Cottonwood Canyon has a few routes that require overnight outings.
Little Cottonwood Canyon is considered, by many, to be some of the finest granite climbing in the country. The perfect white rock offers up a variety of cracks, slabs and roofs to challenge climbers of all ability levels. The majority of the climbing takes places on south facing walls making this an ideal location for the cooler months. The majority of the climbing is gear protected, but Little Cottonwood Canyon offers excellent sport climbs, and fantastic bouldering.
The Uinta Mountains have become a regional hot spot for rock climbing due to cool summer temperatures and an incredible setting among high alpine lakes, aspen trees and 13,000’ peaks. The cliffs are composed of quartzite, a bullet hard rock that lends itself to very climbable features, and there are routes for climbers of all ability levels. Most are only a short walk from the car and many sit above picturesque alpine lakes. You will only need a rope and a dozen or so quickdraws to attempt the mostly bolt protected routes.
Wild West & Horseback Riding
Get outside and experience how things used to be in Park City
Relive the days of the Wild West when you experience Park City on horseback. You will climb up mountains and descend into lush valleys of aspens. Park City offers horseback riding opportunities to all ages. Best of all, our beautiful trails are located at our three year-round resorts and just a short drive from town. Come enjoy a real Old West experience. We recommend checking out Rocky Mountain Outfitters.
The Park City Museum offers ways for multi-generational groups to enjoy and experience history together. Put on your walking shoes and explore Park City’s Historic Main Street on the Walking Tour! Explore the architecture and stories of Park City’s unique history—from the days as a booming mine town to an emerging ski town. The Museum also offers a scavenger hunt which guides kids and families through the exhibits and provides them with a fun way to find answers to questions about Park City’s fascinating past! Ask for the scavenger hunt at the front desk. The Museum offers guided tours through the exhibits by appointment only. Please make reservations at least three weeks in advance.
When the roads are clear of snow Park City offers incredible scenic drives. In the fall, pick the road less traveled and follow the explosion of color as you wind around Park City’s side country. In the Spring and summer take a trip up Mirror Lake Highway and breathe in the deep mountain air and choose one of its many lakes for a quick swim.
Just a 10 minute drive from Park City, navigate up a beautiful mountain road that takes you through some of Deer Valley’s stellar neighborhoods. At the top, view 360 views extending into the Heber Valley, over to Brighton Resort and down into Park City. Park and hike or meander your way down Guardsman Pass taking in the stellar red sage, golden aspen and perhaps the occasional moose or elk. This road connects Park City to Brighton and Salt Lake or to Midway and Wasatch Mountain State Park. A few sections may be rocky or bumpy, but you can travel easily in the family vehicle. Take SR-224 to Deer Valley Drive and turn east; continue on to the roundabout and exit on Marsac Ave and continue on up Ontario Canyon to Guardsman Pass.
Just 20 minutes from Park City, the Provo River meanders along the road and hugs vertical cliffs, high canyon walls, and waterfalls. This is a fly-fisherman’s paradise. Park your vehicle at Nunns Park and enjoy the level bike/walking path that takes you past Bridal Veil Falls. Try the Alpine Scenic Loop from Sundance Resort for a return trip to Heber and then back to Park City.
Enjoy this 27-mile drive through a gorgeous mountain landscape, with view points all along the way including Mount Timpanogos, Sundance Resort, and Cascade Springs. To reach Mount Timpanogos, take Provo Canyon until you reach UT-92 W (Alpine Loop Drive). Continue past Sundance Resort and travel the road to Mount Timpanogos. You can also follow the highway down toward Highland if you want to visit the Timpanogos Caves. Sundance Resort offers fun fall hiking and great eateries. Further on this road, you’ll encounter Cascade Springs. This unique natural wetlands in the middle of high arid desert offers boardwalks, bridges and trails that meander through this interesting state park. This is one of the most scenic drives in Utah and is an incredible place to go as the fall colors start to peak. You can continue on the gravel road back down to Midway and Heber, from where you can return to Park City. Allow 2-1/2 to 3 hours.
Mirror Lake Scenic Byway navigates through Utah’s highest mountain range, past many beautiful rivers and lakes with hiking, fishing and canoeing spots. The start of the the Mirror Lake Highway scenic drive is located 16 miles east of Park City in the town of Kamas. Take SR-248 (Kearns Blvd.) east to Kamas and then left on SR-32 two blocks to SR-150 (Scenic Byway). Be sure to check out Provo Falls, Mirror Lake and Crystal Lake Trailhead to Wall Lake. Portions of this drive reach 9,000 – 11,000 feet! Return the same way or continue on to Evanston, WY and return via I-80 westbound. Fee area. Allow 2 – 5 hours, depending on stops along the way. Make sure to stop by the Samak Smoke House & Country Store located on the scenic Mirror Lake Highway, in beautiful Kamas, Utah. Open year round, they have local sundries and supplies that will make your trip to the beautiful Uinta Mountains complete. Whether you want to fish, hunt, hike, bike, snowshoe or just go for a beautiful drive, your trip will not be complete until you stop by and visit! Make sure to check out their great outside summer BBQ, open through Labor Day!
Wolf Creek Pass is located on Utah SR 35. Weave through beautiful canyons and evergreen forests on your way to Strawberry Reservoir. There are several offshoot roads to explore, some ending at small lakes. Enjoy the scenic overlooks, red rock canyon walls and wildlife. Allow 3 – 5 hours depending on stops along the way.
Hot Air Balloon Rides
Looking for something unique to do while you’re in Park City? Hot-air balloon rides and helicopter tours are the most exciting ways of experiencing the varied landscapes of the beautiful state of Utah. View Park City from a new perspective. Hot air balloons are available from Heber and Park City while private scenic flights are only available from Heber, located 20 minutes south of Park City. Learn interesting facts about the Wasatch Mountain Range and navigate Mt. Timpanogos.
Park City Balloon Adventures is a thrilling way to view the lovely mountains that surround Park City. To the west, you’ll see the Wasatch Range and to the east, the Uintahs. This is an experience you won’t soon forget! The sense of freedom is amazing as you soar over the ground. You will have to get up early to catch a balloon ride because morning is the time of day when the atmosphere is most stable. This amazing sunrise trip guarantees a truly unique way to see Park City. Rides typically last a couple of hours.
Morning Star Balloons rides are a thrilling way to view the lovely mountains that surround Park City. To the west, you’ll see the Wasatch Range and to the east, the Uintahs. This is an experience you won’t soon forget! The sense of freedom is amazing as you soar over the ground. You will have to get up early to catch a balloon ride because morning is the time of day when the atmosphere is most stable. This amazing sunrise trip guarantees a truly unique way to see Park City. Rides typically last a couple of hours.
What a thrill to soar a great distance and take in the view from all sides! Combining Western hospitality with extensive aviation experience, this outfitter will provide the experience of a lifetime! Only a 20-minute drive from Park City. Enjoy a scenic flight over the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains or zoom down to the national parks for a mini-excursion: OK3AIR.
Ziplines & Chairlift Rides
Beautiful blue skies and clean air beckon you to fly! Reach new heights as you soar above our mountain resorts on a tantalizing zip line ride. Or take a leisurely chairlift ride to survey the beauty of our mountain resorts. Book a hot air balloon ride to enjoy an eagle’s eye view of the beautiful Wasatch and Uintah Mountain Ranges. Want to soar even higher? Then we suggest you book an aerial tour of our mountain paradise in an adventure plane ride.
Park City Ziplines
Beautiful blue skies and clean air beckon you to fly! Reach new heights as you soar above our mountain resorts on a tantalizing zip line ride.
Ever wished you could fly? Soar above the tree tops with the Flying Eagle Zip Line. Get ready to be propelled 110 feet above Park City Mountain Resort’s ski runs at speeds up to 45 miles per hour. On the ZipRider™ race your friends to see who’s the fastest. This two-person ride is open all winter too! Kids and adults must be 42″ tall, but no weight minimum.
ZipRider™ Ride – $27
Flying Eagle Zip Line – $9
Flying Eagle Zip Line Passenger – $7
Experience what it’s like to be an Olympian flying off the K120 nordic ski jumps on our Extreme zipline. The Extreme Zipline is like our K120 jump – big, steep and long. In fact, the Extreme is one of the steepest ziplines in the world.
Chairlift Rides in Park City
Chairlift Rides are available at all three mountain resorts to enjoy a leisurely cruise up and down, or if you prefer, hike or mountain bike back down to the base area. Enjoy exhilarating views, take in the wildflowers and maybe see some local wildlife, like a fox or moose.
Take in grand views of the Wasatch and Uinta Mountains as you enjoy a leisurely chairlift ride up Silver Lake Express from the base, Sterling Express at mid-mountain or Ruby Express at Empire Canyon. At the top, stretch your legs and explore one of the many hiking trails that wander through Deer Valley.
Deer Valley’s summer operation is open daily June 19 through Labor Day; then weekends only through September 20, 2015 (weather and conditions permitting).
Chairlift operations: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Last round-trip leaves at 4:30 p.m.
Check out Park City Mountain Resort’s lifts for scenic views without the workout. Once you reach the top, you can hike to explore Park City’s mining heritage. If you find yourself on the lift around dusk, you may even spot some mountain wildlife. Lift-served access is available directly from Park City’s historic Main Street via the Town Lift or on the Crescent Lift located at the Resort’s Base Area.
Capture panoramic views of the Wasatch Mountains, Canyons Resort and Park City as the Red Pine Gondola speeds you to your alpine summer adventure at 8,000 feet. Mountain bikes are welcome with a bike haul pass, however dogs are not permitted.
Summer Gondola Hours
June 18 – Sept. 7, 2015
Daily 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sept. 10 – Sept. 27, 2015
Thursday – Sunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm