Utah Olympic Park

The Utah Olympic Park was built for the 2002 winter Olympic Games and it is still in use today. The Park was funded through tax initiatives from Utah’s residents. When you visit be sure to take some to see the 2002 Winter Olympics Museum and Ski Museum located in the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center which is a day lodge and serves as a training ground for training in the summer for aerial ski jumpers. The park includes a large splash pool, zip lines and a mountain coaster.

Visitors to the park can be spectators, or if you’re looking to develop your skills, programs are offered for youngsters looking to break into the most extreme of winter sports. If you’re looking to get the ultimate experience Utah Olympic Park allows guests to pay to take an extreme ride down the bobsled track with a professional pilot at the helm. If you’re looking for fun for the whole family day passes are offered that allow guests to take advantage of the extreme zip course, discovery course, canyon course, summit course drop tower and take scenic chairlift rides.

During the winter months visit the Utah Olympic Park and you may be able to see future Olympic hopefuls training at one of the few tracks in the United States for bobsleds, skeletons and luge events. (Open from October to the end of March).  Be sure to check out the calendar of events that showcase what’s going on throughout the year, to plan your trip.

If you’re hungry be sure to check out the on-site dining and you can easily pick up a souvenir to take home. As one of the few places you can find official U.S. Olympic Team retail apparel and gift items you will be sure to find a unique item to fondly remember your vacation by.

Learn more about the Utah Olympic Park activities, events and more. There are so many things to do near the Lowell’s luxurious and comfortable accommodations. Be sure to book your stay today and start planning your vacation in Park City, Utah.

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