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FINAL SHOWS: July 23-26 Thursday-Sunday
Don’t Wait – Get Tickets Now for Final Weekend
Thursday: $35 House / $43 F-O-H / Cabaret $55
Friday-Sunday: $39 House / $49 F-O-H / $65 Cabaret
Y outh (12 & under): $29 / $35 F-O-H
Evening Arts & Entertainment after
Park City Kimball Arts Festival
July 31-August 1
Headliners Sean Peabody and Nick Cobb will showcase their expressive, verbal, and comedic art with a great night of
dual-headliner Stand-Up Comedy.
Suggested for Mature Audiences.
Friday & saturday @ 8pm
Tickets $19 and up
Summer Shows You’re Going to LOVE
For all Old Town Guest House, Bed & Breakfast blog followers, here is the new look for Park City and Canyons Resort.
I am excited for this new resort!! American’s largest ski resort. Book now for winter 2015-2016!! Old Town Guest House is walking distance to skiing and Main Street. Plus… we are Park City’s most affordable lodging.
Old Town Guest House Bed and Breakfast is the perfect Park City inn for active skiers, hikers, and mountain bikers. Enjoy the convenience of our location in Old Town Park City while staying in a beautifully renovated historic ski resort bed & breakfast. Let us show you why Park City, Utah is a fabulous vacation destination. Visit us soon at our affordable, eco-friendly Park City bed and breakfast! –
We have three world class winter resorts within minutes of each other, over 8,825 acres of skiable terrain and 350 inches of the lightest, driest powder on earth. Add to these a great Inn located in an ideal location and an Innkeeper that can help you with plans to make the most of your stay. You can walk from the Inn to Park City Mountain Resort or to a bus stop to catch a free 5 minute bus ride to another resort. There is no need for a car! –
Go to www.oldtownguesthouse.com for up to the minute availability. Book your reservation online.
Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort are combining in the 2015-16 winter season to create the largest ski resort in the United States! Join us for a celebration in Legacy Lodge at Park City Mountain Resort on Wednesday, July 29 as we reveal the new brand to the community!
Bill Rock, COO of Park City, along with other community leaders, will present our new logo, brand and trail map to the public for the first time! We’ll also reveal the names of the new Interconnect Gondola and Snow Hut Restaurant and you’ll have the chance to sample signature menu items from several of our on-mountain and base area restaurants, such as Legends Bar & Grill, Red Tail Grill, Cloud Dine, the Farm and more!
Don’t miss the celebration! Live music and food sampling will begin at 3:00 pm and the main presentation begins at 3:30 pm
We are in the middle of $50 million in capital improvements to connect Park City and Canyons Resorts, including installing a new gondola to bring the two resorts together. This project is one of the most ambitious and impactful capital programs in U.S. ski industry history and will create one resort with 7,300 acres of skiable terrain.
Attention all Old Town Guest House guests. Here is some great information for your arrival into Park City.
Visitor Information Centers – Where It All Begins
Are you looking for a real, live expert to help you plan your trip to Park City? How about just getting some information on fun Park City activities to do during your stay? Then, take a little time to drop into one of our two visitor information centers in Park City.
Park City Kimball Junction – Visitor Information Center
1794 Olympic Parkway, Park City, UT 84098
When you arrive in park City come into our main visitor center located just off I-80 in Kimball Junction. In addition to getting staff recommendations, exclusive offers, and free wi-fi you can grab a cup of coffee and light meal.
“We thought we would spend a couple of hours visiting the historic district of Park City. After spending fifteen minutes at the visitor center, we knew that we needed to book a room and stay much longer. Our three day adventure in Park City was one of the most memorable trips we’ve ever taken. Thank you! — Judy and Richard Cunningham, St. Paul, Minnesota.
Visitor Information Center on Park City’s Historic Main Street
528 Main Street, Park City, UT 84060
Our second visitor information center is located in Park City’s historic district in the Park City Museum on Historic Main Street. After touring the interactive museum and buying a historic souvenir, remember to get tips and other guest information from one of the visitor information specialists in the museum store. With over 35 years of collective experience, our staff either knows the answers to your visitor questions or they know how to find it fast online.
“We had no idea that there were so many things our kids could do in Park City and at the Park City Museum. But after talking with the nice guy at the museum, we took his advice and our kids had a blast.” — Sheri, Greg, Nathan and Jessie Thomas, Hailey, Idaho.
– See more at: http://www.visitparkcity.com/visitors/visitor-centers/#sthash.NWlIs80J.dpuf
Heads up everyone staying at Old Town Guest House!! Here is a great dinner option. Located at Canyons, this is a great restaurant. End you mountain bike ride or hike on the plaza and have dinner. Easy free shuttle ride from the Bed & Breakfast.
Canyons Resort has re-conceptualized the menus for Red Tail Grill with a new tap house-style menu. Located mountainside at the Grand Summit Hotel overlooking the famed Ski Beach in the Resort Village, the rustic setting is complemented by well-crafted, yet simple, pub-style food with bold flavors.
“Through market analysis and speaking with our guests, we focused on creating a new dining concept with innovative pub-style cuisine and expanded menus,” said Christopher Moore, general manager of Red Tail Grill. “We are excited to introduce the next chapter at Red Tail Grill to locals and guests alike.”
Focusing on bold flavors and favorite tap house-style bites, the new menu includes dishes created with local and sustainable products from purveyors such as Wasatch Meats, Stone Ground Bakery and Gold Creek Farms. Standout starters include Ale Battered Onion Rings served with buttermilk Gorgonzola and spicy mustard and Chili Rubbed Wings served alongside BBQ ranch, carrots and celery. Signature entrée dishes include Beer Brats served with sauerkraut, Brussels sprouts, mashed potato and mustard aioli and Beef Tenderloin with tobacco onion and smoked cherry puree.
An equally impressive cocktail menu includes craft beverages such as the summery Basil Smash with High West peach, basil, lime and honey or the Mountain Paradise with bourbon, Campari, lemon and grapefruit.
“Reconceiving the menu for Red Tail Grill has been something we’ve been working on for the past couple of months. We’re excited for guests to try our unique twist on new and favorite dishes, which we’ve hand crafted using the best of local, sustainable products,” said Scott Lewis, senior executive chef for village dining.
Red Tail Grill is open daily for breakfast from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., lunch from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and dinner from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
For all of you staying at Old Town Guest House, Bed & Breakfast in Park City, here is a great concert series.
Sit out on the grass and enjoy some amazing music.
Walk, jog or ride your bike to the concert from the Bed and Breakfast!!
Concert discount is 10% off your lodging at Old Town Guest House if you book for two or more nights. Don’t miss this great deal.
Attention Old Town Guest House guest: Are you looking for a new fun hike that isn’t far from the B&B? Try this one. I think you will love it. You can take the bus to the Olympic Sports Park to start the hike.
The Nordic View hiking trail is the perfect way to see the Utah Olympic Park in a whole new way. Start your hike at the Welcome Center or at the top of the Freestyle Charilift and finish at the top of the 120M Nordic Jump in Peak Plaza. The beautiful trail winds through the woods and has great views along the way.
Catch the high-flying action every weekend through July and August with the Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show. See Olympians and National Team skiers and snowboarders perform acrobatic feats as they soar up to 60 feet in the air before landing in the Park’s NEW Big Air Pool. A great show for the whole family, this half-hour choreographed production will leave you breathless!
June 28 thru September 6*
Saturdays @ 11 am
Sundays @ 1 pm
* No Show Saturday, July 4
Come watch as Nordic Combined and Ski Jumping athletes from across the nation gather together at the Utah Olympic Park to compete in the 17th Annual Springer Tournee. Athletes will begin training on Monday, July 27th. Spectators are welcome to gather at the base of the Nordic Jumps and watch for free.
Utah Olympic Park is located in beautiful Park City, Utah. Just 30 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), Utah Olympic Park is located just off Exit #145 on Interstate 80 at Kimball Junction.
We highly recommend a visit to the new Park City Visitor Information Center at Kimball Junction. The VIC is located at the base of the Olympic Park and offers a wealth of travel planning information. The center also features a full-service cafe, wifi and expansive views of the surrounding basin.
For all of you lucky enough to have lodging reservations for this 4th of July weekend, here is what’s going on. For those of you who tried to get reservations and we were booked, book early for next year. We are Park City’s best Bed & Breakfast.
Catch the high-flying action every summer weekend at the Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show. See Olympians and National Team skiers and snowboarders perform acrobatic feats as they soar up to 60 feet in the air before landing in the Park’s NEW Big Air Pool. A great show for the whole family, this half-hour choreographed production will leave you breathless!
June 28 to September 6
Saturdays @ 11 am + Sundays @ 1 pm
No show on July 4
Adults $12 (13+)
Kids (3 to 12) + Seniors (65+) $7
- Park Guest Services 435.658.4200
June 28 to September 6 | Saturdays @ 11 am + Sundays @ 1 pm
No show on July 4
No refunds on tickets
|Celebrate 4th of July in Park City Utah and stay at Old Town Guest House Bed and Breakfast!!
Park City is the best place to spend your 4th of July. This year, in the spirit of creating the largest resort in the United States, we’re joining forces with Canyons to create a combined 4th of July weekend celebration! Join us on Friday at the Canyons Village at 3:00 pm when the grassy area opens for guests in front of the Mountain Stage at Ski Beach. From 3 to 5 pm we’ll have a magician, crafts and photobooth, and from 3 to 6 pm there will be a DJ at the Umbrella Bar, along with the Hired Guns entertainers, face painting and a mechanical bull. The Soulistics will play on the Mountain Stage from 6 to 8:30 pm.
Parking will be limited, as this is a very popular event in Park City. This year, donations for parking will go to the People’s Health Clinic. We kindly remind guests that dogs (with the exception of service dogs) are not allowed in the concert venue. Blankets, picnics (please, no glass) and chairs are allowed starting at 3:00 pm. Low back chairs are allowed, but camping chairs, chairs with sharp legs and chairs with greater height than 9″ are not allowed. Chairs meeting the height requirements are available for purchase at Canyon Mountain Sports.
The Cabriolet lift will run 9 am – 9:30 pm. and Frostwood Gondola run 4 pm – 11 pm.
After the fun at Canyons on the 3rd, be sure to wake up bright and early for the annual Park City pancake breakfast at City Park! At 8 am join the Park City Ski Team for a 5k– call Cole Sport at 435-649-4806 for more info. The 4th of July parade is one you won’t want to miss. Starting at 11 am, watch more than 70 floats on Main Street and Park Ave– this event is always packed, so be sure to stake out your spot early. After the parade it’s time to head over to City Park for food, beer, and live music, and then to Park City Mountain from 5:30 to 9:30 pm for High West glazed ribs, beef brisket, turkey legs, Colorado lamb and more, a beer garden, and free live music by the Parlour Hounds beginning at 5:30, and the George T Gregory Band at 7 pm.
4th of July wouldn’t be complete without a fireworks show– join us at dusk for fireworks at Park City Mountain Resort.
All events are free and open to the public.
Stay at Old Town Guest House and walk to all the events. You won’t find a better location. Close to mountain biking trails, hiking, golf and the free shuttle to Canyons.