Park City At Play

10 Great Summer Adventures, Your Way

The season’s most epic experiences, from hair-raisingly extreme to tantalizingly tame

06/18/2018 By Austen Diamond

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Park City At Play

10 Great Summer Adventures, Your Way

The season’s most epic experiences, from hair-raisingly extreme to tantalizingly tame

06/18/2018 By Austen Diamond

Trail Beta

Our Favorite Dog Friendly Trails

Out and about with your pup.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Eat Beat

5 Local Farmers Markets You Need to Know About

More than just fruits and veggies, farmers markets are ground zero for unique handmade crafts and treats.

06/18/2018 By Sharon McNeill Photography by Carla Boecklin

Table of Contents

Arts & Culture

Things To Do

5 of the Season's Must-Do Art & Culture Events

Sure-bet arts and culture events happening in Park City this summer and fall.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Arts

The Evolution of Park City's Vibrant Arts & Culture Scene

Tracing our town's century-long transformation from mining outpost to a high-altitude center for the arts.

06/18/2018 By Tina Stahlke Lewis

Public Art

The Backstory Behind Park City's Cool, New Public Art Piece

Street artist Bisco Smith and local youth turn a utilitarian transportation route into a immersive art experience.

06/18/2018 By Larry Warren

Museums

Get Lost in the Curious Collections of Utah's Lesser Known Museums

Utah’s backstory, told through the eyes of those with a passion for everything from antique trucks and Old West films to firearms and taxidermy.

06/18/2018 By Jill Adler

Best of Park City

Eat Beat

5 Local Farmers Markets You Need to Know About

More than just fruits and veggies, farmers markets are ground zero for unique handmade crafts and treats.

06/18/2018 By Sharon McNeill Photography by Carla Boecklin

Park City At Play

10 Great Summer Adventures, Your Way

The season’s most epic experiences, from hair-raisingly extreme to tantalizingly tame

06/18/2018 By Austen Diamond

Eat & Drink

Profiles

Park City's Most Elusive Restaurateur Takes an Innovative Step Away From the Kitchen

The enigmatic Bill White is going back to his roots.

06/18/2018 By Virginia Rainey Photography by Niki Chan Wylie

Wine

Where Vintage Buildings and Sippable Vintages Meet

The Fox School of Wine offers a unique tour mixing local history and wine tasting.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Trend Spotting

What We're Coveting Now: Handmade Ceramic Dinnerware

Clark Marshall’s organically chic ceramic dinnerware offers a fresh spin on fine dining, whether you’re eating out or in.

06/18/2018 By Tessa R. Woolf

Take It To Go

Everything You Need to Pack the Perfect Picnic

Local goods for making the most of picnic season.

06/18/2018 Photography by Eric Schramm Styled by Tessa R. Woolf

Desserts

5 Unusual Ice Cream Flavors You'll Find Only in Park City

Why scoop vanilla or chocolate when you can indulge in one of these five fresh and funky ice cream flavors?

06/18/2018 By Ashley Brown

Mixology

The Bitters Truth: How to Take Cocktail Time to the Next Level

Tapping into the cocktail world’s spice rack.

06/18/2018 By Darby Doyle

Bark City

5 Pooch-Friendly Patios Around Park City

Bring your doggy to dinner at these Park City eateries where canine companions—and not just service animals—are allowed.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Sips

Artisanal Wines Making a Splash in Utah

Why a small-scale vintner chose to introduce hard-to-get wines in Utah, of all places.

06/18/2018 By Tamerin Smith

Health & Wellness

Family

Why Talking to Your Kids is So Important

Knowing the difference between what’s normal and what’s not during the tumultuous teen years.

06/18/2018 By Jane Gendron

Trail Safety

Tips for Keeping Your Dog Safe in the Great Outdoors

Local vet Dr. Katie Domann offers advice on keeping your pup healthy and happy while you play.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Home & Real Estate

Neighborhoods

The Perks of Living in Kimball Junction

Once just pastureland and a freeway exit, bustling Kimball Junction is now where many of Park City’s year-round professionals hang their hats.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Home Sweet Home

Meet Some of the Residents at One of Park City's Newest Affordable Housing Developments

Renewing Park City’s beloved small-town vibe by giving ordinary folks a shot at homeownership.

06/18/2018 By Larry Warren

News & Profiles

Canine Connection

Looking for a New Best Friend?

A comparison of five popular mountain-town breeds.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Environment

Treasure Hill, By the Numbers

Breaking down Park City’s priciest-ever open-space investment.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Golf

The Links Life Just Got a Whole Lot Sweeter

Park City golf communities up the ante with a flurry of on-par improvements.

06/18/2018 By Lisa Antonucci

Must Love Dogs

Bark Your Calendar for These Dog Centric Events

Two annual Park City–area events that are tons of doggone fun.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Bark City

Dogs Who Bring Home the Bacon

A few of the town's finest pooches spreading joy in the workplace.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Good Boy

The One Command Every Dog Should Know

Teaching your dog one of the most important skills he’ll ever learn.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Summit Stories

Meet Local Soul Sister Karri Dell Hays

Armed with endless curiosity, Hays wants try everything Park City has to offer.

06/18/2018 By Kristen Gould Case

Summit Stories

Meet U.S. Ski & Snowboard's Biggest Cheerleader

How Tom Kelly's love of sports led to a lifetime of guiding Olympic athletes.

06/18/2018 By Kristen Gould Case

Summit Stories

The Woman Behind the Crusade to Preserve Northern Utah Climbing Routes

How Julia Geisler landed her role as the executive director of the Salt Lake Climbers Alliance.

06/18/2018 Photography by Natalie Taylor

People

Meet the Woman Redefining the Notion 'Shop Local'

Park City Mercantile’s shared retail concept puts a new spin on the classic general store.

06/18/2018 By Tessa R. Woolf

Interviews

From the Crag to City Hall: One-on-One with Mayor Andy Beerman

How Park City's rock-climbing, bike-riding mayor is tackling social equity, growth, transportation and more.

06/18/2018 By Jane Gendron

Historic Main

The Egyptian Theatre Expands with a Secret Underground Stage

Main Street's landmark theatre company branches out by going down.

06/18/2018 By Jane Gendron

Word About Town

In the Know: 5 Noteworthy News Items, At a Glance

Bite sized news from around town.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Interview

To Bin or Not To Bin: A Recycling How-To

Recycle Utah's Executive Director Carolyn Wawra sheds light on recycling conundrums.

06/18/2018 By Ashley Brown

Word About Town

The Local Dating Scene Gets an Upgrade

Want more than just a hookup? Check out this new site for active, young professionals.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Outdoors

Conservation

Working Out the Delicate Balance Between Preservation and Recreation

Determining usage rules for the newly saved Bonanza Flats.

06/18/2018 By Jane Gendron

Pitch Perfect

3 Stellar Campsites Perfect for Summer and Fall

Nearby and easily accessible, these camp spots will help you get your campfire on.

06/18/2018 By Jane Gendron

On The Water

Cool Off at these Nearby Swimming Holes

Five Uintas lakes easily accessed via the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Wildlife

Beware the Badger

The surly burrower responsible for local pest—and pet—control.

06/18/2018 By Steve Phillips

Trail Beta

Our Favorite Dog Friendly Trails

Out and about with your pup.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Rock On

3 Nearby Climbing Destinations Ideal for a Weekend Getaway

Hit the rock at Ruth's Lake, City of Rocks, and Maple Canyon

06/18/2018 By Ashley Brown

Tee Time

How Golf is Changing to Hook the Next Generation

Relaxed rules, theme leagues, and souped-up driving ranges are just a few of the ways this once-stuffy sport is evolving.

06/18/2018 By Jeremy Pugh

Out of the Park

7 Area Hot Springs Worth a Visit

Pack your suit and hit the road for one of these nearby hot springs.

06/18/2018 By Tessa R. Woolf

Word About Town

Park City's Point 2 Point Race Celebrates Ten Years

A decade of smiles, high fives, and suffering at one of the U.S.'s toughest endurance events.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

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Style & Shopping

Design

Behind the Scenes: Getting to Know 3 Über-talented Park City Artisans

Three Park City–based jewelry designers share how their work, inspiration, and style are firmly rooted in their mountain locale.

06/18/2018 By Darby Doyle

Doggy Accessories

4 Locally Made Dog Products We Love

Treat your best friend to one of these awesome products.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Style

Keep Your Baby's Feet Happy With these Stylish Slip-on Shoes

Naomi Doyle’s collection of all-natural, leather slip-on shoes solves the age-old question of what to put—and what will stay put—on your baby’s feet.

06/18/2018 Photography by Tessa R. Woolf

Pool Party

How to Choose a Stand Up Paddleboard

Weighing the pros and cons of a hard shell versus an inflatable stand-up paddleboard.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields

Gear

Hit the Trail with this Feature-Packed Bag

Water-resistant and colorful, this pack is perfect for a day-in-the-mountains.

06/18/2018 By Melissa Fields