Utah Winter Sports Park

Utah Winter Sports Park, Park City: Hours, Address, Utah Winter Sports Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Utah Winter Sports Park
4.5
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9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Adventurous visitors can take a luge/bobsled ride at the new Olympic Village.
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ATXLonghorn
Austin, TX63 contributions
Couples
Visiting Olympic Park is a must when visiting Park City. My wife and I went while celebrating our 10 year anniversary and it was hands down the most fun activity that we did during our stay. We purchased the gold pass and chose the morning session to beat the heat during the summer. We arrived a few minutes early and were able to watch some of the athletes train and do trick jumps, flips, and aerials into the large training pool. When our session started we headed to left side which consisted of the zip lines, tubbing, and alpine slides. My wife need to warm-up on the smaller zip line before she attempted the big one, but she was instantly hooked and we rode the extreme zip line three times. The longer tubbing run was exhilarating and you go from 10 mph to 40 mph as soon as you go over the crest. The alpine slide was fun and is great for younger kids. We highly recommend staying on this side of the park for a majority of your session as the obstacles courses and drop tower were still fun but not at the same level of the other activities.

We also made a great choice and decided to try the bobsled! It was only $40 extra if you already paid for the gold pass. (I actually paid in full for both activities and they refunded me the difference). The Bobsled was an adrenaline junkies dream, both my wife and I were a little nervous about it, but the professional driver navigated the bobsled and we finished the run in 59 seconds. You are going speeds of 60-70mph and coming up on a wall and then all of a sudden you feel the G force as you turn and hug the wall of the track. It was an amazing experience and we were so glad that we did it. It was truly on of the highlights of our trip.

(Not to mention the free museum and the ability to walk around and see where the 2002 Winter Olympics were held.)
Written June 12, 2021
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Jill A
Park City, UT2 contributions
Family
My recommendations for future travelers is go watch to nordic ski jumpers! You can find the little kids jumping right outside the museum cafe, and the older kids jumping down at the bigger hills. Usually in the winter you will be able to see them Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00 to 6:30ish for both the small and bigger jumps. On Saturday you can see them from 10:00 to 11:30ish. It is really cool to see them go off the bigger hills. Some athletes are still 13 and going of the 90 meter hill! The little ones will love watching them. Plus there are lots and lots of other things to do. Have fun!
Written March 22, 2016
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David L
Murray, UT1,817 contributions
Friends
There are a variety of activities, from the strenuous high ropes course (I loved it) to just sitting and watching the acrobatic skiers do flips into the swimming pool. The prices are high, but I'm sure the venues are expensive to run and insure. There is a free Olympics museum, and you can also watch the acrobatic skiers for free.
Written September 2, 2014
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DrivenMeg
Jacksonville, FL61 contributions
Friends
Though it was once host to many events during the 2002 Winter Olympics, Utah's Olympic Park & Training Center now features a FREE museum, the chance to Bobsled, a Zip-line and an Alpine Slide! The museum is interactive and fun for all ages and includes the history of skiing in the area. Best part is it's only a stone's throw (but at least a drive) from historic downtown Park City, UT.
Written June 14, 2013
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carriskis
Mapleton, UT100 contributions
Family
We loved the Olympic park. I got some discount passes that made it worth it. The only thing we found was the length of the lines was so long. At one point there was a 1-2 hour wait for some of the bigger rides. We loved the extreme tubing. We got the all day pass so we were able to go on most of the things we wanted to.
We went on a Monday and it was still busy. Maybe mid-week would be better?
Overall my kids and their friends had a ton of fun.
Written June 28, 2016
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Bellancaboy
Stanwell, UK84 contributions
Family
They have a nice little museum. It is great to watch the skiers going off the big hill and the aerials. If you are adventurous go take a bobsled ride. It was on my bucket list forever, and finally did it. All I can say is those guys are NUTS! It is painful!!!
Written December 24, 2014
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arualpalm
Salt Lake City, UT290 contributions
Family
I am not a skier (thank you bad knees!) but enjoyed the museum and interactive exhibits. The museum is free, and you can pay for a guided tour. If there are athletes practicing on the skeleton and bobsled tracks, you may go observe for no fee. (So check the schedule before you go!)
Written November 11, 2014
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DrBobParkCIty_UT
Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico62 contributions
Couples
A great place for the entire family. Don't miss the aerial shjow on Saturdays. Being renovated to make it even better.
Written October 14, 2014
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jsanch51
Miami, FL66 contributions
Friends
You can sit down and watch skiers practicing their jumps and landing in the pool. This is awesome being able to watch the future olympians do their maneuvers in the air and then fall in the water. They have several platforms some longer than others that are used according to the skier experience. It is very entertaing and free. Next to the pool area you can buy tickets for the alpine ride and zip line. Fun for the children as well as adults.
Written August 11, 2013
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Diane C
Park City, UT20 contributions
I took the bobsled ride last winter and what a thrill. We made sure we did it in the winter so that we would get the fastest ride
Written April 2, 2013
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  • Sun - Sat 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM