Utah - Park City
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Utah - Park City
3 Campers Found

The best campervan rentals near Park City, UT

Park City has become a year-round recreational haven with plenty of activities to do for the whole family. Rent a campervan and come see the many wonderful winter and summer adventures available in Park City. 



Ridgeline Campervan

Dodge Ram Promaster City

Low-Top in Salt Lake City

Sleeps2
Seats2
100%
$109/ night
Instant book
Inferno TRD Pro - All Inclusive!

Toyota 4Runner

Roof Top Tent in Millcreek

Sleeps3
Seats5
100%
$179/ night
Instant book
Charming 1999 Ford E250 RWD Camper near Salt Lake City

Ford E-Series

High Top in Salt Lake City

Sleeps2
Seats2
100%
$99/ night

No matter what adventure you are looking for, Park City has something to offer. It is a small town with big adventures in skiing, hiking, and fishing! The history of this place goes back many years as it was founded on mining but now thrives because of its casinos, clubs, and bars that will get your feet moving during the nightlife scene!


Park City offers something unique for everyone which makes it more than an ideal vacation destination; The City Offers Mountain biking on an open trail that is said to give a feeling of freedom and travel at its core. You just need to climb, cruise, or meander while spending your days in Park City's mountains that have 450+ miles of trails available for all types!



Many mountain trails in Park City are open to runners and cyclists, but if you want a more peaceful ride then check out the horses stabled by local guides. These helpful creatures love going on adventures, so they know all of the best paths through these beautiful mountains. They're great for beginners or veterans too as long as you can sit steady atop their backs!

Park City Fun Facts

The “Ten O’Clock Whistle”, established in 1905 to warn the City’s young people of curfew, it’s the funny noise you hear in Oldtown. Originally a bell to warn of fire danger, it has since been replaced with an electric siren that still rings every night at 10 pm.

In 1963 Park City Mountain, then known as Treasure Mountain, used subway cars through old mining tunnels to cart skiers 2.5 miles through the mountain to the slopes. The ride was pitch black, cold, and wet and lasted one hour. After the ride, skiers used a mining elevator that lifted them 1,750 feet to the base of the Thaynes Canyon ski lift.

Park City was discovered circa the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad in 1868 by soldiers who started panning for silver. It was incorporated in 1884 and its population grew to 7,500 by 1898

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