Olympic Park in Park City

Olympic Park in Park City Utah was built for the 2002 Winter Olympics, hosting the bobsleigh, skeleton, luge, ski jumping and Nordic combined events.  That year, 2500 Olympians representing 77 countries pursued their Olympic dreams in this incredible venue, with the US team winning 34 medals.  Today it is still used to train Olympic hopefuls, as a part of the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation.  It is also home to the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center, in which the 2002 Winter Olympic Museum is held.  Here you can find exhibits filled with athletic used during the games, Olympic medals and costumes worn during the ceremonies.  Of course, Olympic Park is not just meant for winter fun; this venue is open year round for the adventurer in you! 

Year Round Fun

Open weekends until October 25, Olympic park allows travelers to  partake in zip lines, rope courses, alpine slide, drop tower, GPS adventures (testing your navigational skills) chairlifts and even Extreme Tubing (riding down the ski Jumps in an inner tube!)  All of these are must experience activities for the adventurer in you!  Of course, if you’re looking for a more sedate undertaking, guided tours of the park are offered daily, or feel free to explore the 2 museums housed in Olympic Park for free! If all this adventure is making you hungry, stop in for a bite to eat at the Silver Bean Coffee Café and enjoy our wonderful variety of beverages, sandwiches and salads while watching athletes train.  If shopping is your kind of sport, swing by the Olympic Park Gift Shop for Official US Olympic Team clothing and gift items and check out our Olympic Park souvenirs and memorabilia, we have a little something for everyone!  In the winter months (starting in October) you can experience everything from watching the Utah Grizzlies training camp, to trick or treating at the Olympic Oval,  the Olympic Oval has it all…even a holiday festival in December, complete with a photo booth, sports clinics, crafts, pizza…and of course, a chance to visit Santa and his wife!

Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation

With a mission philosophy of “Sports for Life”, the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation offers children of all ages the chance to experience winter sports, either by competing or just observing.  Future Olympians, who otherwise might not have the funds to train at Olympic levels, get the chance thanks to the foundation.  The foundation also is responsible for maintaining and operating the facilities at the Olympic Park in Park City at world-class levels as well as providing community services for surrounding schools…important stuff. 

You and Olympic Park in Park City

So what is Olympic Park?  Olympic Park is a community of sports lovers, a home to past, present and future Olympians, a shining example of American patriotism at its finest and YouInParkCity.com wants to help you see the best of the very best.   As you ponder your next move, remember Park City Utah where your neighbor could very well be the next gold winning Olympian and the Olympic Park your back yard!


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