Park City, Utah
Festival Site Updates
September 1, 2020
Activity information and schedule now available
We will once again be in the beautiful mountains of Park City, Utah, for the Feast in 2020. The rise in elevation from Salt Lake City to Park City is around 2,500 feet, bringing it in at 7,000 feet (not too high for most mountain lovers). Church services will again be at the Prospector Lodge and Conference Center.
We will be sponsoring a number of activities this year, such as a two-hour ride on a historic steam engine from the Heber Valley Railway Station in Heber City, about 20 minutes from Park City.
There are a number of activities for all age groups. Families with children can enjoy the Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter, which is open year-round. Those aged 9 and up can choose from four different rooms at the Park City Escape Room. And kids and adults can experience a number of art activities at Kimball Art Center.
If you love the outdoors, rent a bike and cruise one of Park City’s paved paths or the Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail. You can also enjoy the beautiful fall scenery by horseback or by hiking one of the many trails in the area.
The history of the 2002 Winter Olympics is reflected very well, especially at Olympic Park, one of the great places to visit in the area. Recreational opportunities abound, and restaurants are abundant. A visit to historic Main Street is a must. Many of the buildings originated during the 19th-century silver mining boom.
Note: This may become a restricted site due to limited capacity.
Fragrance-controlled room available: Yes.
Tax rate for accommodations: 13.02 percent plus a 9.7 percent reservation fee, which is standard.
Closest airport: Salt Lake City (SLC), 35 miles.