park city recreation

A brown building with yellow and red cyclist sculptures outside
Park City Municipal Corporation

The Park City Recreation Department will implement a new registration process for this year’s summer day camp. 

Park City Manager Matt Dias says the city council wants to take a balanced approach to what can be a hectic registration process for Park City’s summer day camp program. Dias acknowledges that summer camp plays an important role in the lives of working families, and the city council wants to give priority to people who live within Park City proper or who work in Park City boundaries.

Park City Recreation Department

More than 400 surveys were mailed out to Park City and Snyderville Basin residents a couple of weeks ago – to find out what they think are the area’s most important recreation needs. The rest of the community can add their two-cents starting Thursday.

The invites to fill out the recreation survey were chosen randomly by the consultant who was hired for the project. The addresses were selected using the voter registration rolls and emails on file.

Ken Fisher

Park City Recreation Manager Ken Fisher says the Mobile Recreation Trailer brings recreation to the public.

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with the Director of the Summit Land Conservancy Cheryl Fox; Summit County Manager Tom Fisher; Park City Recreation Manager Ken Fisher and Project Manager Mark Vlasic with Landmark Design; and Tracy Mullen, Director of Sales and Marketing for the DeJoria Center at High Star Ranch.

Now you can get a full body workout - and not have to go indoors to do it. There's a new fitness park at Quinn's Junction. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Youth Karate

Feb 5, 2014

Park City Recreation’s next session of Youth Karate at the PC MARC is February 24th to April 2nd on Mondays and Wednesdays for Tiny Tigers (ages 4-6) and Ninjas (beginners). Class times are 3:45-4:30 p.m. for Tiny Tigers and 4:30-5:30 p.m. for Ninjas. Children will build confidence, self-discipline and fitness that will have a positive, lasting effect. Register at parkcityrecreation.org or call 615-5400.