Park City Cabins

Skiing, snowboarding, nightlife, and the world-famous Sundance film festival.

With it’s soaring alpine peaks and iconic main street, Park City truly is the darling of Utah’s “Wasatch Front.”

Located just minutes from Salt Lake City, and home to several of the state’s finest ski resorts, Park City cabins are more modern, more chic, and in more demand. Make no bones about it, along with the higher demand, the price points of Park City cabins are also distinctively higher (funny how that works right?).

Still, if being a stone’s throw from resorts, dining, and nightlife is what you’re after, then Park City is where you need to be. Ski in the morning, spend the afternoon shopping, and spend the evening having dinner and drinks with friends while watching live music. And on the days you’re not feeling it, cancel the whole thing, and enjoy some couch time in your cabin with a fire and a good book.

Search Park City cabins for sale below, or you can explore listings outside of the immediate city, but still within the area. You can also search Park City cabin rentals, or find out more about the general area here.

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Cabins Outside of Park City

If you like the general area of Park City, but don’t have to be directly in town, there are some great cabin areas within 25-30 minutes of downtown Park City, and still squarely within the general vicinity.

The upside is that these surrounding areas are significantly more affordable than being in Park City proper. The downside is that you won’t be able to walk to the ski lifts or hit all the night life on foot.

Long story short, the surrounding areas offer a little more solitude and stunning beauty at a lower price tag, but nowhere near the same shopping, dining, or entertainment options. If “striking distance” is good enough, definitely consider these areas as well.

Park City Cabin Rentals

Cabin rentals in Park City are consistently popular. The Sundance Film Festival and world-class skiing make it an exciting place to stay in the winter. The summer months are idyllic too. Go down the famous alpine slide, hit Jordanelle Reservoir for water sports, hike, bike, or gather the family for a summer barbecue–your Park City cabin rental gives you access to it all.

To get a more concrete idea of your booking options, search available cabins on specific dates here.

Things to Do In Park City Utah

Skiing in Park City – Ski at Deer Valley, or the new Park City (formerly The Canyons and Park City Mountain Resort) Outside of town there are plenty of back country ski spots, and for the truly adventurous, helicopter skiing operators can be chartered.

Arts and Music – Home to an impressive array of art galleries and the Kimball Arts Festival, Park City brings together a unique collection of artisans that contribute to a vibrant cultural experience.

Boating and Water Skiing – If you’re more at home riding your planks on the water, the nearby Jordanelle Reservoir has you covered. Just over 10 miles from town, you’ll be skiing, wakeboarding and splashing the summer away. Just 14 miles further, and you can also ski and boat in Deer Creek Reservoir.

Sundance Film Festival – Every January, the film world flocks to Park City for the annual Sundance Film Festival. Initially inspired by Robert Redford, the festival began in 1978, and has grown in popularity ever since. Watch as filmmakers, celebrities, and enthusiasts from all over the world congregate to premier films and party in style.

Park City Golfing – Not to be outdone by the skiing and the arts, Park City offers easy access to 15 golf courses (7 public and 8 private). From a Rees Jones championship course to the Park City Golf Club, and everything in between, you’re sure to find a course and tee time that works for you.

Fishing in Park City – The nearby Provo River offers incredible Brown trout, Rainbows, and Cutthroat. Just minutes from Park City, and you’ll find yourself in angler heaven.


If you’re still not 100% sold on Park City, why not spend a few minutes checking out cabins in some of Utah’s other popular areas–Fish Lake, Moab, Bear Lake, Brian Head, Pine Valley, or Duck Creek.