Park City Calendar of Events
Rhodes Valley Outfitters is back in the saddle again! The 4th Annual Poker Ride is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, June 6, 2020. We are optimistic that by everyone doing their
Rhodes Valley Outfitters is back in the saddle again! The 4th Annual Poker Ride is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, June 6, 2020. We are optimistic that by everyone doing their part to minimize the spread of COVID-19, we will be able to get back to doing the things we love with the people we love! We will continue to follow CDC and the State Government’s recommendations and requirements and will reschedule this event if needed. Check out our website for more information. Registration will open as soon as we can be sure!
Registration Has Been Postponed
*NOTE: This event date is tentative on the status of the community COVID19 quarantine. Stay tuned for any potential changes to this date.
Rhodes Valley OutfittersLet Us Take You On Your Next Adventure. Located on High Star Ranch, Rhodes Valley Outfitters partners with the DeJoria Center to give guests one-of-a-kind adventure opportunities all year round. Here at the ranch, we want to provide a stress-free and unique adventure, and we strive to set and maintain that high standard for all of our clients. Whether you come to the ranch to enjoy a trail ride for an hour, the day, or to book a hunt, you will see some spectacular views and be surrounded by some of the most amazing country that nature has to offer. Our Wranglers can also accompany you on an unforgettable wagon or sleigh ride around the High Star Ranch. Our hunting guides are some of the best in the business at hunting with hounds or spotting big game, and they will make your hunting experience one you will not soon forget.435.783.3113 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Round Valley Rambler offers two distances, 7K or a trail half marathon. The half marathon distance is the first race in the Triple Trail Challenge. The course takes place
The Round Valley Rambler offers two distances, 7K or a trail half marathon. The half marathon distance is the first race in the Triple Trail Challenge. The course takes place on buff single and double track trails within the 2,100 acre, Round Valley Open Space, with altitude ranging from 6,500 to 7,100 feet. While athletes will find the trails foot-friendly, the rolling, high-desert terrain presents a few long and steady climbs followed by fast downhills. The Round Valley Rambler is a stout trail half and serves as a reality check for athletes preparing for the Triple Trail Challenge sister races, the Jupiter Peak Steeplechase and the Mid Mountain Marathon.
Mountain Trails FoundationMountain Trails Foundation is a member-driven, non-profit organization dedicated to building, maintaining and protecting trails for non-motorized recreation in the Park City area. Creating and maintaining a seamless, year-round trail system is a monumental undertaking. Mountain Trails works closely with Park City Municipal (the City), Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District (Basin Rec), Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort. Work done by these organizations, along with efforts from open-space advocates such as Summit Land Conservancy, have created one of the most extensive, continuous trail systems in the nation.435-640-1168 email@example.com
Utah’s largest outdoor dinner party returns to Park City this summer. The annual Savor the Summit welcomes locals and visitors to a
Utah’s largest outdoor dinner party returns to Park City this summer. The annual Savor the Summit welcomes locals and visitors to a seat at the “Grande Table” down the center of Historic Main Street on Saturday, June 27, at 6:00 p.m. Park City’s distinguished restaurants will serve more than 2,500 dinner guests al fresco as the sun sets behind Park City’s Wasatch Mountains.
You don’t need a ticket, but you do need to make a reservation directly with a participating restaurant listed below. Each will offer their own unique menu and pricing with some offering beer or wine pairings.
Reservations for Savor the Summit cannot be made online, please contact your restaurant of choice directly.
This event sells out each year – so don’t delay in securing your seat!
(Saturday) 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Park City Downtown
450 Main St, Park City
Park City Restaurant AssociationThe Park City Area Restaurant (PCARA) is a 501c (6) non-profit organization comprised of over 70 Park City area restaurants created to promote the uniqueness of restaurants in this majestic area of Utah. The PCARA enjoys touting cuisine with originality served up in a resort-town atmosphere that will take guests away from the mundane. PCARA believes that if someone wants great food, a carefree atmosphere and a quick escape from the ordinary, a visit to Park City for breakfast, lunch or dinner is the right choice. We encourage you to browse our site so you can familiarize yourself with all the outdoor recreational activities and amazing food and drink Park City is known for. Our area beckons to thrill seekers, epicures and fun loving people from all over the world. Membership in the Park City Area Restaurant Association provides a wealth of resources to promote your business. From advertising assistance and promotion on social networking sites to media exposure, targeted marketing and special event participation, the benefits of becoming a member are invaluable.Info@parkcityrestaurants.com