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Great Schools - 12/31/2007
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Bp
Sidney, NY

I am a graduate from Park City High School in 2000. The school system there is designed to be very competitive and offers a very good education. When students graduate and move on to College they are very prepared for the work load and study habits needed to succeed in higher education. Park City is made up of predominately wealthy and highly successful people. Its easy to find good community role models.

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PETER
Park City, UT

Great place to play - 12/30/2012

Whilst a lot of people come for the amazing winter sports - Park City has fantastic hiking, mountain biking and water sports in the summer months too. Winter can see snow in town from November thru to the end of April, but summer is hot and dry without humidity.[read more...]


Heidi
Park City, UT

Park City, UT - 12/22/2012

Beautiful mountain town[read more...]


Chris
Park City, UT

Outdoor Opportunites Galore! - 1/15/2010

This place has the best of everything recreation. 5-10 min drive to the ski resorts and 300+ miles of Mt. Bike trails out your backdoor. Abundant fishing on all the local rivers and lakes. Hiking trails all filled throughout the Wasatch Mountains and Unitah Mountains. Lake Powell is a five hr drive away, and Moab is only 4hrs. Jackson Hole, the Tetons, and Yellowston are approximately only 4 hours away also.[read more...]


Jeff
Park City, UT

Park City, UT - 12/28/2008

Park City is a wonderful resort community offering the best of summer and winter recreation. The comunity is very family oriented, the school system is terrific, and crime is basically non existent. Housing can be pricey, but no more so than most upper middle class communities across the country with more benefits via the resort atmosphere and support infrastructure.[read more...]


Bp
Sidney, NY

Great Schools - 12/31/2007

I am a graduate from Park City High School in 2000. The school system there is designed to be very competitive and offers a very good education. When students graduate and move on to College they are very prepared for the work load and study habits needed to succeed in higher education. Park City is made up of predominately wealthy and highly successful people. Its easy to find good community role models.[read more...]


amanda
Park City, UT

For families and quality of life, you can't beat i - 9/15/2007

I was prompted to join this website and write a review on Park City based on the other two reviews posted. I have lived in Park City 4 years and started my family here, which by now has grown by two boys. Yes, cost of living is somewhat higher than the U.S. "average", but, hello, we live in the mountains, in a ski town! Compared to other similar areas (ie; Colorado, where we lived previously) the cost of living is less. I have found a very large, strong, and active group of middle class families that live and work here full time (not ski bums!)and are not just surviving but thriving and loving it! Our friends and ourselves are very middle class and I can assure you, have jobs with good wages and living in nice homes. There is definitely an "in-between". Plus we have the amazing benefits of every outdoor activity imaginable right outside our doors! I have literally lived in states all over this country and for raising my family and enjoying quality of life, Park City, UT beats out every one, hands down! P.S. the alcohol laws are really not that big a deal to work around. And by the way, Colorado also serves 3.2% beer! When you are at our altitude, you won't even notice a difference![read more...]


John
Addison, TX

Utah - 6/5/2007

I skied in Park City several years ago. Cool city with friendly people. Great mix of nightlife and recreation. Overall, Utah is an excellent state. The major drawback is alcohol laws. EVERY place we went in seemed to deal with drinking in a different manner, and it was a hassle everywhere. Heineken is 3.2 % alcohol, for god's sake, and made especially for Utah ! If it were not for that, Park City would be the perfect place to vacation. I just wish Utah would make up its mind on alcohol. The way they do it now just probably pisses everyone off.[read more...]


Bp
Park City, UT

Outdoors, Ski Bums, and Hummers - 7/26/2006

Fast growing population of second home owners with their expensive toys and lifestyles, served by "the other half" - ski bums and a few middle class families, who work for sub-standard wages and live in very sub-standard housing. Endless outdoor opportunities. Move here if that's what you're into. We're getting out, looking for a town with a bit more soul and conscience, where your average person can still afford to buy a house.[read more...]