Destination: Utah Meeting & Event Planning City Guide
1910 Prospector Avenue, Park City, Utah, 84060
125,000 sq ft
North America’s most accessible mountain meeting venue, Park City, Utah has the accommodations and amenities to comfortably host groups of all sizes and needs.
By Dan Johnson
April 23, 2013
For a somewhat sparsely populated state that doesn't have a city with more than 190,000 residents, Utah has been getting quite a bit of attentation from meeting groups. Attendees are attracted to the state rich historical heritage, including its native american roots and abundance of mormon culture, as well as newer additions, including the sudance Film Festival in park city, which quickly became internationally famous when it began in 1978.
By Steve Winston
December 31, 2012
If you’re looking for a room with a view, you’ve come to the right place. The Rocky Mountains have plenty of room. And the views are certainly spectacular. Meetings here are often more productive simply because the surroundings are so energizing. The air is fresher. The terrain is grander. The excitement level among attendees is higher. And the opportunities for memorable meetings and team building are exceptional.
By Jennie Nunn
September 25, 2012
It might be best known for some of the finest powder-covered slopes in the country and the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, but don’t be fooled— Greater Salt Lake City isn’t just another big ski and snowboard destination. In fact, the region offers some of the country’s best art and history museums, historic railroads, down-to-earth locals, renowned restaurants and jaw-dropping terrain fit for enthusiasts of everything from mountain biking and hiking to nature photography and wildlife viewing.
By Jessie Fetterling
June 27, 2012
Host of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Park City, Utah plays many wellknown roles. Yes, it’s a slope-side mountain town with three world-class resorts— Deer Valley Resort, Canyons Resort and Park City Mountain Resort— that entice sports enthusiasts all year-long. Yes, it’s a mecca for independent film buffs, playing host to the annual Robert Redford-founded Sundance Film Festival—the biggest indie film fest in the U.S. And yes, it has a booming arts community, showcased during its free monthly Park City Gallery Stroll that includes artists, special exhibits and local events.
By Michael Hart
May 31, 2012
Utah is a land of wide-open natural wonders and intimate communities, both urban and rural. When choosing a destination in Utah, assess everything that can be offered to attendees when it comes to leisure time before, during or after a meeting. The variety of options is as broad as the dramatic canyons suggest.
By Nikki Gloudeman
December 30, 2011
Talk about a sense of arrival: Book a meeting in the Rocky Mountains, and your attendees will be greeted with the sight of natural wonders shaped over the course of millions of years, soaring thousands of feet into the sky. They will have access to ample winding trails, snowy crests and wildlife. They will be able to ski, bike, hike—pretty much any outdoor pursuit imaginable.
Learn about Utah for Event Venues, Services & Meeting Destinations
This 85,000-square-mile state is home to five national parks, two national recreation areas and six national forests. From the amazingly colorful rock formations of southern Utah to the elegant ski towns in the north, this tourism-friendly escape truly provides something for every nature lover. As such, planners who want to blend their meetings with exciting outdoor endeavors find it to be a perfect place for incomparable events.
Utah has also gained recognition for being a prime skiing destination, fostering resort towns such as Park City, the site of the annual Sundance Film Festival, and Deer Valley and lux snow sport destination.