The Park City Kimball Arts Festival returns to Park City’s Historic Main Street every summer. Historic Park City is located in a valley between Deer Valley and Park City Mountain Resorts.
HOW TO FEST
We recommend using our FREE Public Transportation System* and/or riding bikes along our paths and trails.
BIKES & EBIKES: Historic Park City is a pedestrian and bike friendly town with miles of bike paths throughout the Park City area. The Summit County bike share offers e-bike kiosks throughout town with a docking station at the Swede Alley transit station. Or, valet your bike at our complementary bike valet located on 7th street hosted by Bahnhof Sport during the festival. Space is limited.
PARKING: Save your money for art! Free parking is available at Park City High School or Park City Mountain Resort with regular shuttle access to Main Street. PLEASE NOTE: Limited parking is available at Deer Valley Resort. Festival attendees are not allowed to park at Deer Valley Resort on Friday, August 5, or after 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 6.
DOGS: While leashed dogs are allowed, the heat and crowd makes it a less than enjoyable experience for most pets. We will however have dog bowls at both free water stations at the base of Town Lift and Miner’s Park. Park City Transit does not allow dogs on buses unless they are a registered service animal.
Stay a night or two! Kimball Art Center partners with area lodging partners to offer you discounted lodging while also benefiting Kimball Art Center. Browse lodging offers from Vacasa, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Park City, and CooperWynn