What to do
in park city
Black Rock Ridge is a Lifestyle
Black Rock Ridge is located minutes away from Park City’s Historic Main Street. Park City is home to world-class shopping, restaurants, live entertainment, and great nightlife. It is also the hub for the Sundance Film Festival each winter.
In many opinions, Park City is the ultimate year-round destination. Residents of Black Rock Ridge say living in this new development is like being on vacation all year round. They feel close enough to the city to take advantage of its many opportunities and conveniences but also far enough away to avoid commotion and enjoy their peaceful neighborhoods at home. Feelings of peace and serenity come easy in Black Rock Ridge.
A popular convenience of Park City is that it has the closest ski resorts to any major airport in America. It only takes 30 minutes to get from the Salt Lake City airport to Black Rock Ridge. Also, there is only one stop light between I-80 and this new residential development.
Many of the nearby ski resorts also feature family-friendly activities year-round. From skiing, snowboarding, and horseback riding to miles of hiking and biking trails, residents have a never ending list of entertaining things to do. There are more than 10 public and private golf courses near Black Rock Ridge and the famous Utah Olympic Park, where people can swim, high dive, bobsled, and enjoy other Olympic activities, is only 10 minutes away. During summer months, the Alpine Slide, Flying Eagle Zipline, and the Alpine Coaster are all in operation. Streams, ponds, and lakes around the area provide great fishing, boating, water skiing, and swimming. Also, world-class instructors and guides for everything from skiing and snowboarding to family hiking and couple’s getaways are easily found.
World-class shopping and all three premier Park City ski resorts are located within minutes of Black Rock Ridge.
Deer Valley Resort
Consistently ranked among the top ski resorts in the United States, Deer Valley combines the first-class service of a five-star hotel with world-class skiing. Deer Valley is a ski only resort which features luxury amenities such as ski valets, complementary Mountain Host tours, and overnight ski storage, gourmet dining, a state-licensed childcare facility, and award-winning ski school.
With 4,000 acres and 182 trails sprawling across nine peaks, Canyons Resort offers terrain for every skier and rider. Canyons boasts the only heated-set enclosed chairlift in North America – the Orange Bubble Express – and features nine hotels and award-winning, regionally-sourced fine dining.
Park City Mountain Resort
Park City Mountain Resort is home to 3,300 acres of diverse terrain including perfectly-manicured groomers to powder-filled bowls and progressive half-pipes. Park City Mountain Resort even offers night skiing on three runs in the terrain park (conditions permitting)
For those who are not skiers or snowboarders, Park City Mountain Resort also features the Alpine Coaster and the Flying Eagle Zip Line. Both are within minutes of historic Main Street in Park City. Many people who are experienced visitors to the area say those two rides are “can’t miss” when asked what they recommend for Park City activities.
As one of the countries top vacation destinations, Park City has fantastic shopping and entertainment. This aspect is another feature that helps make Park City getaways so appealing. From locally made crafts and jewelry to all types of clothing and gifts, shoppers can find just about anything they want at a wide range of prices. Also, with over thirty art galleries and numerous music festivals throughout the year, Park City getaways make great times for those interested in the arts. Historic Main Street has hundreds of shops within walking distance that are easily accessible and an outlet mall that sells all sorts of designer goods and high quality products that aren’t ultra pricey (in many cases). With so many remarkable options, the list of what to do in Park City seems to never end.