Old Town


The Old Town district of Park City is listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places, and just as it was over 100 years ago during the heyday of mining, it still considered the heart of the town. Old Town makes up most of the area near the Park City Mountain Resort and the City Park, offering residents unparalleled walking and biking accessibility on the trails around most homes and condominiums. Even more, the Town Lift gives skiers and boarders direct access from the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort right to the restaurants and bars on Main Street. Although Old Town has been constantly upgraded and enhanced since the early 1970s, one does not have to look far to find glimmers of its silver mining past. Sixty-four buildings located around the popular Main Street area are included in the National Registrar of Historic Places, and many of the homes you'll see strolling along the town's quaint streets are restored Victorian'era miner's cottages. Old Town is truly a four-season community. With direct access to the lifts at PCMR, and just minutes from Deer Valley Resort and Canyons Resort, winter time in Old Town is layered with recreation opportunities. Also, Main Street bursts with excitement every winter for the Sundance Film Festival, drawing crowds and celebrities from all over the world. Summer time in Old Town is just as enjoyable. Big name concerts, community events and farmers market's occur throughout those summer months, and once the snow melts, beautiful wildflower meadows spot the landscape and hiking/biking trails are revealed meandering throughout the Wasatch Mountains. Park City's Historic Old Town community truly is the best mix of culture, community and recreation, and there's no question why it remains the most popular spot in thePark City area.


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