Park City, UT, USA

Park City, UT, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 4,738 vacation rentals near Park City. From 2,411 condos to 1,040 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Park City for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Park your skis in Utah's beautiful Park City

You'll be riding high in the mountains with Park City vacation rentals. East of Salt Lake and nestled in the Wasatch Mountain range, this ski resort town blends its old-school mining roots with modern, alpine-style resorts and hundreds of ski runs and trails. Park City hosted the 2002 Olympics, so it can officially call itself a World Class Mountain Resort. And it absolutely is. You'll find some of the best slopes at Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain Resort. And because it's really nice, the city has a complimentary transit system where your skis can also travel for free.

This ski town's an avalanche of activity all year round

From hearty to high-end, Park City has a restaurant for you, and maybe a gastro pub, too. The area also has hundreds of ski runs, lifts, and trails where snow lovers of every level enjoy world class skiing and boarding. This town gets especially crazy in January, when the moviemakers of the world descend on Park City for the Sundance Film Festival. It's not just a winter wonderland: during the summer, you can see live concerts in the Silver Lake area, or hike and bike around the reservoirs, hot springs, forests, and abandoned mines.

Just like the slopes, the attractions here are endless

If you're taken with tours, try Red Pine Adventures, which has guided tours on horseback, snowmobiles, and more. On the other side of the tracks, you can hop on the Heber Valley train, a heritage railroad that chugs through the mountains. And what kid wouldn't love the Alpine Coaster, which is open in warm weather seasons (so, not winter) and gives you a panoramic view of the spectacular landscape. The Kimball Art Center has events and art exhibitions and, for a blast of the past, get the historical scoop on the silver mining the area's known for at the Park City Museum.

If you love snow, this is the place to go

The lower elevations of Park City are a pleasant place to spend a spring or summer. The average highs from May to September range from the 70s to the high 80s. But of course, it's all about the snow in this ski town, and you'll see plenty of it from November to April, with temps in the 30s and 40s. When you head to higher slopes, temps will drop a lot, with freezing rain and loads of snowfall in winter, spring and fall. Remember, January is jumping, so if you want to hit Sundance, buy a festival ticket in advance.

These mountains are sure to elevate your love of nature

Give yourself a day to adjust to that fresh mountain air. Park City vacation rentals are in the Wasatch Mountains, where the elevation starts at 7,000 feet and maxes out at 12,000 feet. If you take a nature hike, you might see some moose, elk, or mule deer. And there are birds aplenty, including golden eagles, red-tailed hawks, and barn owls. The area also has many Quaking Aspens, tall beautiful trees that tremble at the slightest wind. Glorious wildflowers and lush green foliage blanket the lower areas in spring.