Recreation

Year-Round Fun In Park City

Summer

Every summer, Newpark Town Center springs to life with abundant recreational activities. We provide immediate access to one of the best trail systems in the world - more than 325 miles for hiking, mountain biking, running and even horseback riding your way throughout Park City.

  • Utah is renowned for its fly-fishing. Numerous blue ribbon streams wind their way throughout the Park City area, including East Canyon Creek and Spring Creek, both within easy walking distance of Newpark Town Center.
  • Wildlife enthusiasts have ample opportunities to spot a variety of wildlife at the adjacent 1,200-acre Swaner Nature Preserve.
  • Golfers, get set - there are more than 136 holes of public golf just minutes from Newpark Town Center.
  • 3,000 acres of water-skiing, wakeboarding and fishing at the massive Jordanelle and Deer Creek Reservoirs located nearby.
  • A short drive takes you to the Uinta Mountains with every type of wilderness adventure including camping, fishing, hunting and more.

Winter

Newpark Town Center is a winter recreation enthusiast’s dream come true, offering close proximity to Park City’s world-class ski resorts, restaurants and shopping. Now home to the largest ski resort in the country, Park City delights winter visitors with an endless array of recreational and cultural activities.

  • Park City – The recent marriage of Park City Mountain Resort and The Canyons creates the country’s largest ski resort. Renamed Park City, it delivers an exceptional ski and snowboard experience on diverse terrain. Top-notch instruction, convenient chairlift access to historic Park City and a family-friendly attitude make this an all-around winner.
  • Deer Valley was named the #1 ski resort in North America by readers of SKI Magazine an impressive three years in a row – 2008, 2009 and again in 2010. Remarkably, in the past nine years, Deer Valley’s rating hasn’t dipped lower than third.
  • Utah Olympic Park, the competition venue for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games for Nordic jumping, bobsled, luge and skeleton, spans nearly 400 acres and features a mixture of sporting facilities, museums and visitor areas for an incredible Olympic experience. Admission is free.
  • After a day of skiing or snowboarding, explore the area via hot air balloon, a snow mobile or horse-drawn sleigh.

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