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Park City is in Summit County, east of Salt Lake City. It lies near Heber City on Hwy 224 near its junction with Hwy 248.

In 1868, silver was discovered in the area that would become Park City. In addition to silver, the town became known for its gold, lead and zinc mining. Park City became official in 1884.

Twenty-six medal events and more than 78 competitions at Utah Olympic Park, Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resort made Park City the centerpiece of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.

Today Park City, population 6,504 (est. 1998), is a tourist resort based on skiing. It is one of Robert Redford's Sundance Film Festival venues. In addition, the Park City Film Series, shown at the Jim Santy Auditorium, features Sundance crowd-pleasers, independent and out-of-the-mainstream cinema. The Summit Institute promotes Western culture through regional artists, writers, musicians and scholars. Park City Historical Society & Museum exhibits the area's history, dating to 40,000 B.C.

Marriott's Mountainside At Park City |
Art Meyer Gallery | Richard Thomas Galleries |
Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries Baja Cantina | Grappa Restaurant |
Golf Park City Peaks Hotel | Park Meadows Country Club |
History Park City Museum and Territorial Jail |
Motels, Hotels and Resorts Edelweiss Haus Hotel | Lodge @ Mountain Village | Olympia Park Hotel and Convention Center | Shadow Ridge Hotel and Conference Center | Snowshoe Inn | Yarrow Resort Hotel & Conference Center | Park City Silver Mine Adventure |
Residential and Commercial Real Estate Cove at Eagle Mountain | Rocky Mountain Associates Real Estate | World Class Realty |
Science Norwegian Outdoor Exploration Center |
Sports and Sporting Events High Country Snowmobile Tours |
Utah State Parks Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail SPP |
Vacation Rentals Old Town Chalets |

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