Olympic Park


The Olympic Park area is home to the Utah Olympic Park, venue for many events during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Currently the park is home to six Nordic Ski Jumps, a 1,335 meter sliding track used for bobsled, skeleton & luge training, a freestyle aerials winter training and competition hill, a 750,000-gallon summer freestyle aerial training pool, the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center, Alf Engen Ski Museum and Eccles 2002 Winter Olympic Games Museum. I addition to a training facility and informational center, the Utah Olympic Park offers adventurous family fun in the summer months, like the steepest zipline in the world, an alpine slide, and the Comet Bobsled.

The neighborhoods to the north of the Utah Olympic Park include the planned developments of Bear Hollow Village and the Cove at Sun Peek, offering condominiums, townhomes, and single family homes. To the south of the Park is an area consisting of mostly higher end single family homes and smaller cottages. Subdivisions in this area include Mahogany Hills, Cedar Draw, Willow Draw Cottages, and Sun Peak.

Like so many of Park City’s mountainous neighborhood, the Olympic Park area is surrounded by a maintained trail system. An added amenity for the homes on the south side of the Olympic Park is a neighborhood clubhouse with a pool and tennis courts. Access to the clubhouse is included in many of the single family home’s HOA dues. Bear Hollow Village also offers a clubhouse with a pool. Proximity to Kimball Junction and Old Town Park City is enhanced by pedestrian & bike trails as well as the free bus service.


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