Old Town

Combining an old style with modern conveniences

Welcome to Old Town

In the heart of Utah’s Park City, Old Town is a historic area in Summit County near the Rocky Mountains and to the south of Salt Lake City by about 30 miles. Beginning in the 1800s as a village of miners, it has grown into a popular tourist destination with thousands of visitors yearly. Rich in history and full of beautiful architecture, the homes, and condominiums tend to be smaller than other areas but more than make up for it with charm, quality, and nearby luxury amenities.
Known for local boutiques, vibrant nightlife, delicious restaurants, and first-class accommodations, Old Town has everything anyone could want. Residents enjoy stunning views and easy access to ski opportunities, lounges, dance clubs, bars, historical monuments, and much more. Indoor and outdoor recreation make it an entertaining place to live, and the community is welcoming and active.

What to Love

  • Proximity to the mountains
  • Rich in history and architecture
  • Bus station central to all Park City

Local Lifestyle

A walkable area, Old Town boasts a small-town atmosphere, comfortable charm, and a lovely setting. From upscale shopping to relaxing spas, the town has it all. The neighborhood is attractive to many people and has easy access to parks, resorts, stunning views, and more. Rich in history, one of the town's most well-known and popular parts is downtown and main street, both home to many luxury and local establishments.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

A local, full-service ski shop, JANS Mountain Outfitters is the premier place for skiing, fishing, and biking equipment in the area, from rentals to tune-ups to custom fits. Conveniently located, it provides all-year-round mountain fun. Cole Sport is a central destination featuring patio furniture, extensive biking equipment, and a wide selection of ski outfits and gear. Opened in 1982, the store honors an athletic lifestyle and fosters a love for mountain sports. The shop relies on stellar customer service and is deeply involved in the local community.
Yuki Yama Sushi is known for its classical Japanese dishes, seasonal sushi, and sake. In a setting with airy and playful lighting, guests enjoy fresh seafood from around the globe. Serving creative and modern delights in addition to traditional fare, it is a popular restaurant of the highest quality. Handle serves creative cocktails and seasonal American fare on small plates. The restaurant has a simple and balanced menu and a rustic-chic design and is dedicated to using fresh ingredients by locally sourcing its products. 
Grappa was once a boarding house and is now a premier destination for Italian cuisine. With terrazzo tile, wooden beams, and awe-inspiring panoramic views, the restaurant boasts a rustic design and an intimate atmosphere. High West Saloon was established in 2006 with a 250-gallon still and has since grown into an award-winning, globally-known facility. Today it provides a vast selection of whiskeys, bar fare, and tours.

Things to Do

Every January, an audience from around the world comes together to witness emerging talent and groundbreaking productions in the independent film industry. Since beginning in 1985, the Sundance Film Festival Box Office has been a place for original stories, films, episodes, and features. Films originally launched here have gone on to receive critical acclaim. 
A weekly market where visitors can browse the crafts and food while enjoying activities and live music, Park Silly Sunday Market has spent 16 years assisting more than 150 small businesses. Hosting more than 2.5 million guests, the event combines a community forum with a street festival and an artist market. Its mission is to expand and grow the community's inclusive qualities.
Established in 1896, Park City Miners’ Day Celebration occurs annually on Labor Day and lasts the whole day. One of the most popular festivals in the area, it features breakfast, a parade, a 5k, drilling demonstrations, and Running of the Balls. The event celebrates the local mining history and community.
Autumn Aloft is a huge part of the town’s history and culture. About 40 years ago, it began with a small group of local hot air balloons. After a break, the event was revived in 2014, to the community's delight. While the annual festival ceased in 2022, the event celebrated the vitality and free spirit of the community and remains a treasured memory for many residents. Fortunately, there are other hot air balloon events in many nearby towns and communities.

Overview for Old Town, UT

8,654 people live in Old Town, where the median age is 44 and the average individual income is $78,663. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Around Old Town, UT

There's plenty to do around Old Town, including shopping, dining, nightlife, parks, and more. Data provided by Walk Score and Yelp.

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Points of Interest

Explore popular things to do in the area, including All Seasons Groceries, Ramblin' Rose Cafe, and The Kitz.

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Dining 0.37 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Dining 0.37 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Dining 2.01 miles 6 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 0.96 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 0.37 miles 6 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 0.37 miles 7 reviews 5/5 stars

Demographics and Employment Data for Old Town, UT

Old Town has 2,925 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Old Town do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 8,654 people call Old Town home. The population density is 1,284.893 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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