Activities for Kids


Park City is a perfect destination for kids to gain independence and try new adventures. Whether your kid is the next Shaun White or a future geogolist, Park City's fresh air and unique activities make this mountain town a fun summer destination for kids.  


Summer Camps Sports & Parks  | Movies & Music   

Getting Around Town


Summer Camps

Park City and the Salt Lake Valley offer several summer camps for kids. While spending your summer vacation in Park City, keep the kids having fun at any of the following camps:

Deer Valley's Summer Adventure Camp provides nurturing care and summer fun for children two months to 12 years of age. The camp offers creative and challenging activities to ensure campers have fun while learning. Deer Valley's Summer Adventure Camp is based out of Snow Park Lodge, which is surrounded by Park City's incredible mountains with hiking trails, hillside playgrounds and duck ponds.

The Utah Museum of Natural History offers summer camp programs for children in kindergarten through ninth grade. Each week features a new program such as "Science Chef," "Utah Time Travelers" and "Budding Botanists."

The Kimball Art Center provides art classes throughout the summer for artists, or aspiring artists, of all ages. Kids are offered classes in everything from clay sculpting to jewelry while adult courses include digital photography and pottery.



The Utah Olympic Park lets kids try a range of winter sports year-round, including aerial skiing, bobsled, skeleton, ice skating and ski jumping. Many of these activities are taught by Olympians and are catered to all abilities. Camps can be as short as two days, or as long as all summer.  Some activities have a minimum age. Please visit the Utah Olympic Park or ask your concierge for more information about short and long-term camps.  

Park City offers kids' programs in everything from soccer to ice skating through PC Recreation. The state-of-the-art PC MARC, a fitness facility completed in January 2012, offers a kids' climbing wall, ping-pong, tennis and an outdoor swimming pool.

Park City's parks and fields include a professional-quality skateboard park, dirt bike parks, plenty of open fields and recreational facilities, including beach volleyball, tennis and basketball. See all parks & fields.


Movies & Music

Teens won't lack for things to do in Park City with outdoor concerts,  two movie theaters and live shows open to all ages. The Redstone 8 Cinema at Kimball Junction is a popular theater for kids, as is the Cinemark Holiday Village 4 near Old Town. Kids can also join free weekly outdoor concerts at Deer Valley Resort, Main Street and the Silver Star Cafe.

The Park Silly Sunday Market is a free eco-friendly, open-air street festival with entertainment for the whole family, including live music and street performers, kids' activities and delicious food. The Silly Market takes place on Main Street every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can find more information and specific concert lineups at


Getting Around Town

Park City's gratis bus system runs from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. daily, so kids always have a ride to their favorite hangouts. (See full summer bus schedule.) Park City also has many sidewalks and motor-free paths to make walking, skateboarding and biking around town a breeze.  


To arrange summer activities or for more information, please e-mail