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All Things To Do and See Near Park City

Resort Activities/Amenities

Our prime Park City, Utah location offers easy access to everything that the region offers while being just far enough away for rest and solitude. Our luxurious amenities provide the perfect way to decompress.

There are also so many things to do and enjoy at the resort; you might not want to ever leave the property!

Rest and Rejuvenate
Take a dip in the outdoor heated pool, detox in one of the outdoor hot tubs with mountain views, take a temperature-controlled sauna, or unwind in the steam room. After your wellness day, savor a locally inspired meal with a robust glass of wine at the Overlook Restaurant prepared by Executive Chef Ernesto. Then, cozy up by the outdoor fire and relax while stargazing at Utah’s wide-open, starry, indigo skies.

Family Fun
Our spacious Member’s Lounge offers multiple TVs, PS4 with games, ping-pong tables, pool tables, shuffleboard, and air hockey. Other amenities include the On The Rocks Bar, meeting spaces, business center, fitness center, and an arcade room.

Powder (Winter Activities)

Nine thousand acres of Olympic downhill runs with over 300 inches of annual snowfall.

Do we need to say more? Probably not, but we will because we don’t want you to miss any of our epic powder fun. Park City offers world-class skiing and snowboarding with two ski resorts just a few miles from Black Rock Mountain Resort. Park City Mountain, the largest ski resort in the country, and Deer Valley Resort with 2,000 skiable acres.

Other winter activities to enjoy:

Helicopter Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing, Snow Shoeing, Alpine Riding, Dog-Powered Sled Rides, Sleigh Rides, Snowmobiling, Winter Biking, and Ice-Skating.
Visit the Park City Chamber of Commerce for more winter adventuring details.

Guide and Rental Shops

  1. All Seasons Adventures will set you up for snowshoeing, winter fly-fishing, fat biking, snowmobiling, trap shooting, dog sledding, and cross-country skiing.
  2. Jans Mountain Outfitters will have you covered in the best outdoor gear.
  3. Stay in the loop with Mountain Trails Foundation.

Water Recreation/Sports

There is a reason that the Park City locals say, “I came for the winter but stayed for the summer.” Summer in the Wasatch Mountains offers a respite from the heat. The region is filled with many beautiful lakes, reservoirs, waterfalls, and rivers making it a perfect location for river rafting, tubing, paddleboarding, sailing, kayaking, power-boating, water-skiing, and jet-skiing.

The Jordanelle Reservoir is minutes from Black Rock Mountain Resort. The reservoir offers three distinct recreation areas, Hailstone, Rock Cliff, and Ross Creek, each providing various experiences.

Area Rental Providers

Jordanelle Rentals
Boat, Jet Ski, Kayak & SUP Rentals
If you’re looking for an exciting outdoor adventure in the Northern Utah area, look no further than Jordanelle Rentals & Marina!

All Season’s Adventures
Whitewater Rafting & Kayaking
Park City’s premier outdoor guide service. Start your dream adventure!

Exclusive Excursions
Guided or Unguided Rental Options.
Park City Utah’s unique outdoor adventure company.

Mountain Vista Touring
SUP Fitness Classes and SUP Yoga
Adventure Awaits!

Barefoot Tubing
Round up the troops for the wet-and-wild adventure of your summer with tubing on the Weber River, courtesy of Barefoot Tubing, the area’s top Weber River tubing rental and shuttle company.

Park City Sailing Association
Welcoming to new or experienced sailors – the public is welcome!

Fishing in Park City

Park City is home to two pristine blue-ribbon trout rivers, the Provo and Weber.

The snowmelt brings the rivers alive with gorgeous unspoiled water creating perfect conditions for world-class fly fishing. Connect with nature as you walk through peaceful streams anticipating landing your first rainbow trout.

If you prefer still water, visit the nearby reservoirs, Strawberry, Echo, Rockport, and Jordanelle.

There are dozens of fishing shops and guides in the area. No experience necessary; the Utah guides are the best and will teach you the art of fly-fishing.

Music, Markets, and Festivals

Enjoy Park City’s vibrant entertainment scene, including outdoor live music, movies, markets, and festivals.

The Sundance Film Festival, the largest independent film festival in the United States, is held every year in January and is what put Park City on the map. The festival showcases new work from American and International independent filmmakers. If you are interested in movies, this is a must-add to your bucket list. Pro-tip: Black Rock Mountain Resort offers a shuttle service to
Main Street.

Savor wine and cheese at Deer Valley’s Music Festival or visit the NewPark Amphitheater and Plaza to listen to free live music and stroll the Swaner Nature Preserve.

One of our favorite weekly summer events is the Park Silly Sunday Market, an open-air market and street festival. You won’t want to miss the famous bloody mary bar!

Fall brings the annual Autumn Aloft Festival. This event features 20+ hot air balloonists from around the world. If you love photography, you will want your camera in hand. This amount of hot air balloons floating against the blue sky above the mountains is awe-inspiring.

Another unique family-friendly fall event is Howl-O-Ween. It is quite the celebration with dancing, a dog parade, and trick-or-treating. Put on a costume and enjoy the fun.

For a live stage performance, grab tickets to a show at the historic Egyptian Theater, which opened in 1926, and is located on Park City’s lively Main Street.

For a full schedule of Park City’s events, visit the Park City Chamber of Commerce.

Historic Park City Main Street, Shopping, Arts, and Culture

We highly suggest shopping Park City’s eclectic stores on Main Street. There are over 100 independent boutiques! After a day of shopping, pamper yourself at the resort by taking a sauna or relax in hot tub.

View a list of Park City’s shops 

Looking for something different? Park City is rich in fascinating history and art; there are museums, galleries, and historical tours. Or check out the ghost tour! A 75-minute walking tour of the historic ski town sharing ghost stories about the many haunted buildings around Main Street.

Golfing Near Park City

Escape the crowds and revel in panoramic views. Salt Lake City and the surrounding area are home to seven public and eight private courses. Our mild weather is perfect for golfing and don’t be surprised if your game is improved. Sshhhh…the mountain air holds a secret.

Just 5 miles from Black Rock Mountain Resort is our local Park City Golf Course, a walkable, player-friendly course located in the middle of town. The course expanded in 1976 to an 18-hole course designed by William Neff.

Canyons Golf is an 18-hole, par-70 course featuring over 550 feet of elevation change designed by renowned course architects Gene and Casey Bates.

Rated among the best in the state by Golf Digest, the championship course Victory Ranch, designed by Rees Jones offers breathtaking views of the Jordanelle Reservoir and the Wasatch Mountains.

Hiking and Biking Trails

Experience an abundance of trails for all skill levels minutes from the resort with beautiful scenery, rolling green hills, and epic mountain views.

Here is an easy, moderate, and challenging hike to get you started.

  • Round Valley Rail Trail – Easy
    Round Valley Rail Trail is a 7.1-mile loop trail that is good for all skill levels and offers scenic views. Dogs are welcome as long as you keep your pup on a leash.
  • Plunko’s Peak – Moderate
    Plunko’s Peak is a 4.5-mile out-and-back trail. Take in views of the Jordanelle Reservoir and keep an eye out; this is a fun trail for spotting wildlife.
  • Iron Canyon Trail – Challenging
    Iron Canyon Trail is a 5.5-mile out-and-back trail and is terrific for bird-watching. The trail goes through avalanche terrain so make sure to check the daily avalanche forecast before heading out on a hike.

Utah Olympic Park

Built for the 2002 Winter Olympics, the breathtaking Utah Olympic Park continues to celebrate the spirit of the games by inspiring active and healthy lifestyles.

The park offers year-round activities and fun for the whole family, including extreme tubing, ziplining, three different ropes courses, a drop tower, bobsledding, airbag jumps, scenic chairlifts, an alpine slide, Flying Ace All-Stars freestyle show, guided tours, and more.

Nearby Utah State and National Parks

The many state and national parks near Black Rock Mountain Resort offer endless adventuring options. Experience Utah’s beautiful landscapes at one of our favorites below.

Utah’s Mighty 5 National Parks include

Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion. Plus the beautiful Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

Resort Activities/Amenities

Our prime Park City, Utah location offers easy access to everything that the region offers while being just far enough away for rest and solitude. Our luxurious amenities provide the perfect way to decompress.

There are also so many things to do and enjoy at the resort; you might not want to ever leave the property!

Rest and Rejuvenate
Take a dip in the outdoor heated pool, detox in one of the outdoor hot tubs with mountain views, take a temperature-controlled sauna, or unwind in the steam room. After your wellness day, savor a locally inspired meal with a robust glass of wine at the Overlook Restaurant prepared by Executive Chef Ernesto. Then, cozy up by the outdoor fire and relax while stargazing at Utah’s wide-open, starry, indigo skies.

Family Fun
Our spacious Member’s Lounge offers multiple TVs, PS4 with games, ping-pong tables, pool tables, shuffleboard, and air hockey. Other amenities include the On The Rocks Bar, meeting spaces, business center, fitness center, and an arcade room.

Powder (Winter Activities)

Nine thousand acres of Olympic downhill runs with over 300 inches of annual snowfall.

Do we need to say more? Probably not, but we will because we don’t want you to miss any of our epic powder fun. Park City offers world-class skiing and snowboarding with two ski resorts just a few miles from Black Rock Mountain Resort. Park City Mountain, the largest ski resort in the country, and Deer Valley Resort with 2,000 skiable acres.

Other winter activities to enjoy:

Helicopter Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing, Snow Shoeing, Alpine Riding, Dog-Powered Sled Rides, Sleigh Rides, Snowmobiling, Winter Biking, and Ice-Skating.
Visit the Park City Chamber of Commerce for more winter adventuring details.

Guide and Rental Shops

  1. All Seasons Adventures will set you up for snowshoeing, winter fly-fishing, fat biking, snowmobiling, trap shooting, dog sledding, and cross-country skiing.
  2. Jans Mountain Outfitters will have you covered in the best outdoor gear.
  3. Stay in the loop with Mountain Trails Foundation.

Water Recreation/Sports

There is a reason that the Park City locals say, “I came for the winter but stayed for the summer.” Summer in the Wasatch Mountains offers a respite from the heat. The region is filled with many beautiful lakes, reservoirs, waterfalls, and rivers making it a perfect location for river rafting, tubing, paddleboarding, sailing, kayaking, power-boating, water-skiing, and jet-skiing.

The Jordanelle Reservoir is minutes from Black Rock Mountain Resort. The reservoir offers three distinct recreation areas, Hailstone, Rock Cliff, and Ross Creek, each providing various experiences.

Area Rental Providers

Jordanelle Rentals
Boat, Jet Ski, Kayak & SUP Rentals
If you’re looking for an exciting outdoor adventure in the Northern Utah area, look no further than Jordanelle Rentals & Marina!

All Season’s Adventures
Whitewater Rafting & Kayaking
Park City’s premier outdoor guide service. Start your dream adventure!

Exclusive Excursions
Guided or Unguided Rental Options.
Park City Utah’s unique outdoor adventure company.

Mountain Vista Touring
SUP Fitness Classes and SUP Yoga
Adventure Awaits!

Barefoot Tubing
Round up the troops for the wet-and-wild adventure of your summer with tubing on the Weber River, courtesy of Barefoot Tubing, the area’s top Weber River tubing rental and shuttle company.

Park City Sailing Association
Welcoming to new or experienced sailors – the public is welcome!

Fishing in Park City

Park City is home to two pristine blue-ribbon trout rivers, the Provo and Weber.

The snowmelt brings the rivers alive with gorgeous unspoiled water creating perfect conditions for world-class fly fishing. Connect with nature as you walk through peaceful streams anticipating landing your first rainbow trout.

If you prefer still water, visit the nearby reservoirs, Strawberry, Echo, Rockport, and Jordanelle.

There are dozens of fishing shops and guides in the area. No experience necessary; the Utah guides are the best and will teach you the art of fly-fishing.

Music, Markets, and Festivals

Enjoy Park City’s vibrant entertainment scene, including outdoor live music, movies, markets, and festivals.

The Sundance Film Festival, the largest independent film festival in the United States, is held every year in January and is what put Park City on the map. The festival showcases new work from American and International independent filmmakers. If you are interested in movies, this is a must-add to your bucket list. Pro-tip: Black Rock Mountain Resort offers a shuttle service to
Main Street.

Savor wine and cheese at Deer Valley’s Music Festival or visit the NewPark Amphitheater and Plaza to listen to free live music and stroll the Swaner Nature Preserve.

One of our favorite weekly summer events is the Park Silly Sunday Market, an open-air market and street festival. You won’t want to miss the famous bloody mary bar!

Fall brings the annual Autumn Aloft Festival. This event features 20+ hot air balloonists from around the world. If you love photography, you will want your camera in hand. This amount of hot air balloons floating against the blue sky above the mountains is awe-inspiring.

Another unique family-friendly fall event is Howl-O-Ween. It is quite the celebration with dancing, a dog parade, and trick-or-treating. Put on a costume and enjoy the fun.

For a live stage performance, grab tickets to a show at the historic Egyptian Theater, which opened in 1926, and is located on Park City’s lively Main Street.

For a full schedule of Park City’s events, visit the Park City Chamber of Commerce.

Historic Park City Main Street, Shopping, Arts, and Culture

We highly suggest shopping Park City’s eclectic stores on Main Street. There are over 100 independent boutiques! After a day of shopping, pamper yourself at the resort by taking a sauna or relax in hot tub.

View a list of Park City’s shops 

Looking for something different? Park City is rich in fascinating history and art; there are museums, galleries, and historical tours. Or check out the ghost tour! A 75-minute walking tour of the historic ski town sharing ghost stories about the many haunted buildings around Main Street.

Golfing Near Park City

Escape the crowds and revel in panoramic views. Salt Lake City and the surrounding area are home to seven public and eight private courses. Our mild weather is perfect for golfing and don’t be surprised if your game is improved. Sshhhh…the mountain air holds a secret.

Just 5 miles from Black Rock Mountain Resort is our local Park City Golf Course, a walkable, player-friendly course located in the middle of town. The course expanded in 1976 to an 18-hole course designed by William Neff.

Canyons Golf is an 18-hole, par-70 course featuring over 550 feet of elevation change designed by renowned course architects Gene and Casey Bates.

Rated among the best in the state by Golf Digest, the championship course Victory Ranch, designed by Rees Jones offers breathtaking views of the Jordanelle Reservoir and the Wasatch Mountains.

Hiking and Biking Trails

Experience an abundance of trails for all skill levels minutes from the resort with beautiful scenery, rolling green hills, and epic mountain views.

Here is an easy, moderate, and challenging hike to get you started.

  • Round Valley Rail Trail – Easy
    Round Valley Rail Trail is a 7.1-mile loop trail that is good for all skill levels and offers scenic views. Dogs are welcome as long as you keep your pup on a leash.
  • Plunko’s Peak – Moderate
    Plunko’s Peak is a 4.5-mile out-and-back trail. Take in views of the Jordanelle Reservoir and keep an eye out; this is a fun trail for spotting wildlife.
  • Iron Canyon Trail – Challenging
    Iron Canyon Trail is a 5.5-mile out-and-back trail and is terrific for bird-watching. The trail goes through avalanche terrain so make sure to check the daily avalanche forecast before heading out on a hike.

Utah Olympic Park

Built for the 2002 Winter Olympics, the breathtaking Utah Olympic Park continues to celebrate the spirit of the games by inspiring active and healthy lifestyles.

The park offers year-round activities and fun for the whole family, including extreme tubing, ziplining, three different ropes courses, a drop tower, bobsledding, airbag jumps, scenic chairlifts, an alpine slide, Flying Ace All-Stars freestyle show, guided tours, and more.

Nearby Utah State and National Parks

The many state and national parks near Black Rock Mountain Resort offer endless adventuring options. Experience Utah’s beautiful landscapes at one of our favorites below.

Utah’s Mighty 5 National Parks include

Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef, and Zion. Plus the beautiful Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

Black Rock is awesome! We stayed in a two bedroom condo for three nights for a soccer tournament and couldn't have been happier. My kids loved the activity room which included air hockey, billiards, ping pong, shuffleboard and lounge sitting around about 10 TV's. This was a great place to relax between games out of the sun instead of just sitting around a hotel room. The hotel was an ideal location with games from Heber to Kamas and everything in between and not very far from the shops of Park City or the restaurants and outlets in Kimball Junction.

Mike WebsterGoogle Review

Park City’s Newest “Destination” Dining Experience

Enjoy the scenic views of the Wasatch Mountains while enjoying a fresh meal cooked by our Executive Chef Jose “Ernesto” Rocha or while relaxing with a drink from our On The Rocks Bar.

Overlook RestaurantOn The Rocks Bar