Park City, Utah, is one of the best destinations to go to for those who enjoy beer, fresh food, outdoor activities, yearly events, and friendly locals! Not only can you go skiing and snowboarding during the winter months, but you can go hiking in the springtime, layout at the lake during the summer months, and go biking during the fall season. Plus, there are tons of fun things for you to do at night, like listen to live music, attend concerts, eat at one of the local restaurants, munch on some organic food, and sip on some craft beers and local wines.
Sounds fun, doesn’t it? We think so too! That is why Utah, and Park City especially, should be considered as your number one destination spot for a fun and nature-filled spring break trip. Along with drinking and having fun evenings, you can spend your spring break going hiking, biking, fishing, and exploring the picturesque area.
Let’s check out the top things to do during your spring getaway in Park City with your partner, friends, or family.
Travel the Guardsman Pass Scenic Backway
One of the best things to do during a sunny and warm spring day is to head to the Scenic Backway in the Wasatch Mountain Range to take in incredible views, get in some good exercise early in the morning, and take incredible photos that will last you for years to come. You can head here to avoid spending money, take in the incredible views, and have a romantic time with your partner during your spring break trip.
Walk Along the Historic District
Park City is home to numerous sections of the city, featuring a Main Street Historic District and other modern parts of town that are home to breweries, condos, shops, and much more. But, we love the Historic District for those who want to go out to eat for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, go shopping for vintage clothes, bring back some souvenirs, and take in the incredible architecture. We recommend heading here and looking at the vintage buildings, going shopping at one of the numerous boutiques, and walking around the art galleries.
Head to Utah Olympic Park During Your Spring Getaway in Park City
Utah Olympic Park on Olympic Parkway in Park City is the home of the Winter Olympics. If you have ever considered becoming a pro at skiing, snowboarding, bobsledding, or luge, this is the place for you to go! Even if you are not a pro, this is THE place to head to if you want to try out a new winter sport and test your luck at the Comet Bobsled Ride!
Learn a Little at the Park City Museum
Just because you are on vacation, it doesn’t mean you can’t broaden your horizons and learn a little bit about the culture of Park City. Head to the Park City Museum to learn about the history of the town, wander around one of the permanent exhibits, take your children through one of the equation l programs, and listen in on a history presentation.
Sip on a Few Cocktails at the High West Distillery and Saloon
If you are a fan of whiskey, and you want to have a few cocktails one night, then we recommend heading to the High West Distillery and Saloon to sip on some of the best whiskey in the entire country. Plus, you can head here right after you go hiking or skiing in the spring — if the weather is still cold and the snow is still on the ground, you can even ski into this famous distillery to have a glass of spicy whiskey with your skis and goggles still on! Plus, have some of the tasty snacks and bar food to soak up the alcohol.
Gaze at the Incredible Artwork at the Kimble Art Center
If you are a fan of artwork, local artists, inspiration, and the Park City landscape, then head to the Kimball Art Center to check out some of the most unique photos, sculptures, and pieces of art that you will find in the entire country. You can marvel at photos of the Park City landscape, see how local artists envision their city and speak with the art curators to talk about the history behind the artwork.
We recommend coming here during the springtime on a rare rainy day to marvel at the various works of art. Plus, if you want to spend some time learning about a new craft, you can take pottery, stained glass, painting, or drawing class!
Park City is one of the top places for people to flock all year round. If you are in the mood to eat outside, enjoy the crisp spring weather, sip on some fresh craft beer, and eat local food, then coming here for spring break is your best bet. Contact us today!