Explore this charming ski resort town, site of the HGTV Dream Home 2012.
A Mountain Community
The HGTV Dream Home 2012 is located in the beautiful mountain resort town of Park City, Utah.
Small Town Charm
Park City was founded as a silver-mining town in 1869. Old Town's Main Street is the center of activity, lined with historic buildings that house restaurants, galleries and shops.
Main Street Fun
Park City's historic Main Street is home to charming shops, fine restaurants, art galleries, bars and live music venues.
The Egyptian Theater on Main Street produces a variety of musicals and other cultural programs.
Silver Queen Hotel
The Silver Queen Boutique Hotel is one of many lodging options in Park City's popular Old Town area.
Locals and tourists alike can find anything from basic supplies to souvenirs at the General Store on Main Street.
The Village Shops
Main Street Village features unique businesses and local merchants.
Park City Trolley
Park City's charming trolleys provide free transit along historic Main Street.
Easy Street Steak and Seafood
Located in the restored Utah Coal and Lumber building, Easy Street serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. The elegant dining room offers several unique features, including the Easy Street Show Kitchen, which allows guests to watch Chef Scott Boberek and his team prepare every entree served at the restaurant.
During the 2002 Winter Olympics, the state-of-the-art Utah Olympic Park hosted more than 300,000 visitors and 14 Olympic medal events. Today, the park serves as a year-round competition and training ground for Olympic athletes. Visitors can take tours of competition sites and watch athletes in training.
Park City Pedestrian Bridge
Since Park City is one of the few communities in the country that has a ski lift coming down from the mountain right into the downtown district, a pedestrian bridge was built over Main Street to let skiers travel through downtown while avoiding vehicular traffic.
Hot Air Balloons
Scenic hot air balloon tours allow visitors to admire Park City and the Rocky Mountains from thousands of feet above ground.
The Bronzed Miner sculpture by Peter Fillerup stands on Main Street as a reminder of Park City's mining heritage. It was dedicated on Miner's Day on Sept. 5, 1999.
Wasatch Brew Pub and Brewery
A local favorite since 1989, Wasatch sits at the top of historic Main Street. The town's first brewery since Prohibition, Wasatch serves hand-crafted brews and ales with cheeky names like Polygamy Porter, 1st Amendment Lager and Evolution Amber Ale.
The Bridge Cafe and Grill
Located next to the Town Lift on Main Street, The Bridge is a popular spot to fuel up before a day on the slopes. The restaurant serves American food with Brazilian flair, plus breakfast all day long.
Park City Homes
Nestled in the Wasatch Mountains, Park City offers a mix of single-family homes and condos, with prices ranging from $300,000 to more than $20 million.
Stein Eriksen Lodge
Located just minutes from Park City's historic Main Street, Stein Eriksen Lodge has been a premier resort destination for 29 years. The lodge offers 180 rooms -- each one unique in style, architecture and arrangement -- plus a full-service ski locker room, a year-round heated pool and hot tub, award-winning restaurants and more.
Snowboarding in Park City
While Deer Valley Resort is a skiers-only resort, Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort host both skiers and snowboarders. Numerous terrain parks, halfpipes and acres of freeriding terrain draw some of the world's best skiers and snowboarders to Park City.
The hills surrounding Park City offer more than 150 miles of public trails ideal for hiking and biking. The beautiful valleys and rugged mountains provide the perfect setting for a leisurely walk/hike or an adrenaline-raising, heart-thumping mountain biking experience, all literally accessible right out your front door.