Park City, Utah, is an incredible place to live. While we do experience our fair share of extreme weather conditions, Park City residents actually take advantage of these conditions to have incredible fun.

Weekends in Park City are especially ideal for relaxing, doing things you love, and enjoying the company of family and friends. Our team here at Kimball Roofing frequently sees friends, neighbors, customers, and members of our community out and about at fun weekend events. We love that our small town atmosphere allows us to mingle directly with many of our clients and get to know new people. Here some fun things to do in Park City:


Our chilly winters are perfect for skiing. Park City has more than 426 downhill trails that span 9.326 acres. There are several spots to Nordic ski in the city and many unbeatable traditional ski facilities for your use. Vail Resorts, Inc. purchased Park City Mountain Resort in 2014, and it plans to connect the area with the nearby Canyons Resort to create the biggest ski resort in the U.S.


You don’t have to know how to ski to enjoy the great outdoors in Park City. You can go out exploring on one of the city’s many hiking trails. We love the gentle pathways on the Rail Trail because they offer spectacular views of the mountains. Take Town’s Loop, and you definitely won’t be disappointed. This twisty and thrilling trail is perfect for hiking or mountain biking.


If bike riding is your thing, you have tons of choices for trails and paths to cycle on in Park City. There are opportunities for enjoying long scenic tours or quick rides through town. During August, many of the world’s top cyclists come to Park City for the final stage of Tour of Utah.

Of course, you don’t have to be active to enjoy a great weekend in Park City. There are dozens of amazing restaurants to try; in fact many Park City residents consider dining out their favorite weekend activity. For one afternoon last June, a 1,500-foot table stretched the length of Main Street offering seating, and amazing food, for friends and neighbors to enjoy together. Park City also has several film festivals to hit up during the year, craft whiskey distilleries to visit, and historic architecture to admire. Park City, Utah, is a place that we absolutely love, and we’re so thankful that we get to share the abundance of this city with you.