Historic Main Street
Main Street in Park City is a quaint town home to over 200 unique businesses including restaurants, nightlife, retail stores, quick food, and services – all offered with a mountain town sensibility.
Park City has actively protected its mountain mining town heritage as the areas ski industry has grown to world-class recognition. The result is an 1800’s mountain town chic that is at once historic, modern, and always authentic.
Park City Film Studios’ concierge service can make accommodations for you whether your stay is short-term or long-term. Park City is a popular visitor destination and includes some 52 hotels with more than 6,200 hotel rooms.
You will find Park City’s hotel rooms to be price-performers compared to other North American filming locations. We are here to help you find the best accommodations for your budget and needs. Let us know how we can be of service.
Sometimes creativity is pragmatic but there are other times when inspiration takes command.
Many film, music and creative industry professionals have settled in Park City – or at least maintain a second home there due to the outdoor lifestyle activities and diverse landscape of mountains, meadows, streams and forests.
The downhill and cross-country ski experience at Park City may be without equal, perhaps one of the reasons why Park City was part of Utah’s venue line-up for the Winter Olympic Games held in Salt Lake City in 2002.
Park City and Canyons are now one – the most skiable terrain in America is now open. Deer Valley Resort is also close by.
Digital Film Institute
The new Digital Film Institute of Park City will offer its first slate of workshops in fall 2016. For additional information, please send us an email to email@example.com.
Students at the Digital Film Institute and professionals attending the school’s workshop will enjoy hands-on opportunities to work on Utah’s only purpose-built and fully calibrated, motion capture and digital (virtual) stages.
Downtown Salt Lake City
Park City is just 20 minutes from the additional business, services, shopping, dining, and nightlife options of downtown Salt Lake City. With a metropolitan population of more than 1.2 million, Salt Lake City has all the amenities and activities of a major U.S. city
Salt Lake City is part of a metropolitan region known as the Wasatch Front, with a resident population of more than 1.7 million. The Wasatch Front includes suburban cities such as Ogden and Provo, to the north and south, respectively, of the this region.
Hiking and Biking
During the spring, summer and fall, everyone on your production team will enjoy the easy access to the region’s hiking and mountain biking trails.
The famed 28-mile Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail traverses the area immediately adjacent to Park City Film Studios®.
Getting some exercise during a production break is as simple stepping from stage to trail.
While working at the Studio, your production team will be within five minutes of four championship caliber golf courses. Golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye, Mark O’Meara, and other acclaimed golf architects are common. Our VIP concierge team can transport you from stage to tee in minutes.
Utah Olympic Park
Utah Olympic Park is a winter sports park built especially for the 2002 Winter Olympics, and is located in Park City, just minutes from Park City Film Studios®. It’s still operating! You can take the guided tour to learn about the Park’s unique Olympic heritage; and, get active by riding the Comet Bobsled Ride reaching nearly 80 mph or try the zip-line, and climb, hike, and slide a little. On some days year-round, you can watch athletes taking trial downhill runs with aerial acrobatics that land in deep water pool.