A getaway to Park City is always a good idea, but Labor Day in Park City is an exceptional treat for travelers every step of the way. The following are the top 5 things you’re going to want to be sure to add to your itinerary while you’re in town.

1. Enjoy Miners Day on September 4th

  • Miner’s Day Breakfast: 7:30am at City Park
  • 5k Miner’s Day Bark City Run: 8:00am at City Park
  • Running of the Balls: 10:30am at Main Street
  • Food Trucks & Beer Liquor Garden: 11:30 – 4pm at City Park
  • Music in the Park: 11:45 – 4:30pm at City Park
  • Mining Demonstrations: 12:30 – 3:00pm at City Park

Travelers who find themselves enjoying a Park City getaway over Labor Day in 2023 will be right on time to make the most of the annual Miners Day fun! Scheduled for September 4th, Miners Day festivities promise to be fun for the entire family. Things kick off at 7:30 am in City Park with a Miners Day breakfast sponsored by Saint Mary’s Catholic Church. Breakfast can be enjoyed by the public free of charge, but if you choose to give a $5 donation, it will be put towards the religious education programs hosted at St. Mary’s. Breakfast will be served up until 9:30 am and includes pancakes, hash browns, ham, eggs, and more that are sure to be palate-pleasing.

Those who love to run their way to the fun will enjoy every minute of the Miners Day Bark City 5K Run at City Park on September 4th as well! This race begins at 8:00 am and is organized by Park City Twilight Rotary. The race doubles as a fundraiser with a portion of the proceeds going to local animal rescue organizations in the area. Runners are encouraged to race with their canine companions who will receive a goody bag at the finish line. Don’t be surprised to see many participants running with their dogs dressed in costumes too! Race registration is $30 for adults and $20 for athletes under the age of 18. Immediately following the race is the iconic running of the balls event on Main Street followed by a family-friendly and exciting Miners Day parade on Main Street! After the parade comes to a close, guests will have the rest of the day to spend in City Park where food trucks, beverages, and a beer garden will be set up. There is also a collection of kids’ games to enjoy and live music hosted on stage through the evening hours provided by Mountain Town Music. All in all, it’s a Labor Day event you simply won’t want to miss.

2. Book a Tee Time and Savor Every Moment on the Greens

A defining feature of the month of September in Park City is the inviting temperatures and typically fantastic weather. This makes for the perfect combination when Labor Day visitors are looking for any and all excuses to book a tee time and get out on the greens. The Park City Golf Club is a fantastic choice whether you’re new to golf or experienced and looking for an exciting challenge. Located at 1541 Thaynes Canyon Drive, the Park City Golf Club is open daily from 7:00 am until 7:00 pm, making it an easy addition to any itinerary no matter how packed your Labor Day plans for fun might be. Here, golfers can enjoy a round that includes 18 holes followed by a walk through the pro shop to see what’s available to be purchased. The course also hosts lessons on-site for newcomers or those that need a bit of a refresher on their technique. Afterward, golfers can enjoy a savory meal at the on-site clubhouse and relish the opportunity to relax and unwind alongside family and friends.

3. Take a Ride Down the Alpine Slide

If you find yourself in Park City over Labor Day with the kids in tow, heading to the Alpine Slide is a must! Found at 1345 Lowell Avenue, Park City’s infamous Alpine Slide is a great way to enjoy fun thrills while starting to think forward to winter fun ahead too. This slide is one of the longest of its kind anywhere on the map and stretches an impressive 3,000 feet. Guests enjoy riding the slide using a wheeled luge and the entire experience comes with built-in amazing scenery to match. This Park City Mountain Resort fan-favorite activity is one you won’t want to leave off your Labor Day to-do list and it’s open from 11:00 am until 6:00 pm daily. Also while you’re here make sure you check out the scenic lift rides, ziplining, gem panning, and the mountain coaster. Experience all of these activities and more this Labor Day.

4. Activities at the Utah Olympic Park

The Utah Olympic Park is a well-known landmark of the area. Not only is it exciting to visit the place where the 2002 Olympics happened but there are a lot of activities to participate in here! Whether you’re traveling by yourself, with your significant other, or with the whole family or another large group there is something here you can enjoy. You can take a bobsled ride, adventure your way through the ropes course, and tube down the ski jump! No matter what kind of adventure you’re looking for, the Utah Olympic Park has you covered.

Infuse some well-deserved artistic inspiration into your Labor Day getaway to Park City by participating in a Last Friday Gallery Stroll while you’re in town. This event is held on the final Friday of each month and is organized by the Park City Gallery Association. Guests can show up to walk through Park City’s Historic Main Street where galleries stay open late and showcase special exhibits as well as opportunities to speak with artists. Beverages and snacks are deliciously built into the experience between 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm.

Book Your Unforgettable Park City Adventure Today

Make more of every moment in Park City this Labor Day when you book your vacation rental through All Seasons Resort Lodging. Reach out today to learn more about our exciting and luxurious rental options available, or check out our available deal like our Veterans discounts!