Canyons Village is the first of the Park City base areas that will be seen on the drive in from Interstate 80. Canyons Village provides a variety of luxurious and convenient lodging along with great dining and shopping in a convenient and easy to explore layout. All of this is only four miles from historic Main Street Park City.
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You can book your entire vacation with one phone call to Park City Central Reservations. We can help plan your trip and book every element for you-from air, lodging and lift tickets to rental cars, ski school and other activities at Canyons Village or anywhere else in Park City. Start planning your Park City vacation now.Free Bus System
Once you arrive in Park City, you don't need a car. Getting around town easy thanks to the free, bio-diesel, bike and ski-friendly public transportation system. Read more or download Park City Bus Maps.Shopping
There are plenty of shops to explore in Canyons Village including: Canyon Mountain Sports, One Sweet Ride, Canyons Kids, Smartwool, The North Face, Solid Edge Tuning and Repair Shop and Canyons Mountain Rentals. Hours of operation and more information are listed on our shopping page.Directions
To get to Canyons Village turn onto Canyons Resort Drive. Once you arrive at Canyons Village, enjoy underground parking (additional fees may apply) if you are lodging in the Grand Summit Resort Hotel or the Sundial Lodge. If you are visiting for the day, park in Canyons Cabriolet parking lot (just past the 7-Eleven) at the bottom of Canyons Resort Drive. Once parked, you can catch a free ride on the Cabriolet, an open-air lift with room for 8. The Cabriolet will whisk you up to the heart of Canyons Resort Village.
Find your way around Canyons Village with our map.Activities
There are a wide variety of activities to enjoy in both winter and summer. In winter, Canyons Village provides quick and comfortable access to Park City via the Orange Bubble Express and Red Pine Gondola lifts. There are a multitude of other winter activity options, ranging from guided snow shoe tours to horse drawn sleigh rides. In summer the lifts start turning again for sightseers, hikers and bikers, but there's also Canyons Golf - a challenging and enjoyable 18 hole, 6,256-yard, par-70 course that opened in the Summer of 2015!