FAQ

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+Where are you located?

Utah Olympic Park is located in beautiful Park City just 30 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City. From Exit #145 off I80, turn south towards historic Park City. Take a right turn at the second light (Olympic Parkway / Newpark Blvd) and go through the round-about. Take the road up the hill towards the Nordic Jumps, the Quinney Welcome Center is about a mile up the road.

+Can I use public transit to get to Utah Olympic Park?

Yes! The easiest way to get to Utah Olympic Park via public transit it to take any PC Transit bus to the Kimball Junction Transit Center. Once there, you can hop on our Utah Olympic Park shuttle. Our shuttle arrives at the Kimball Junction Transit Center daily every half hour from 9 am to 6:30 pm beginning May 25.

+Are there any free activities?

We offer a number of activities at no charge. The two museums in the Quinney Welcome Center are open year-round and complimentary – tour the Alf Engen Ski Musem and George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympic Games Museum. In the summer, there are nature trails available for hiking and biking. The Discovery Zone is open for the little ones featuring a climbing wall and active playground structures.

+Where should I park?

Utah Olympic Park venue has ample parking at no charge.

+Where do I purchase passes and tickets?

Tickets and passes for activities can be purchased at Guest Services located in the Quinney Welcome Center.

+What should I wear?

Closed-toe shoes are required for all activities. No bags are permitted on any activity. We ask that you please leave them in your car as we do not have public lockers.

+Can I drive through the Park?

All roads leading to and from the bobsled track are closed to the public. The best way to see Utah Olympic Park is through a guided tour which will take you on a tour of the bobsled track and the top of the Nordic jumps. Although the roads are closed, patrons are allowed to walk, hike and bike around the entire 400 acres of Utah Olympic Park.

+Can I purchase food on site?

Yes! Our cafe is located on the second floor of the Quinney Welcome Center and will offer lunch specials daily throughout the summer. The cafe will be open daily from 9 am to 6 pm.

+Are Gold Passes the only way to do activities?

Single activity tickets are available at the Guest Services desk located in the Quinney Welcome Center. Single activity tickets must be purchased in person and cannot be found online.

+I pre-purchased a Gold Pass online. How do I redeem them?

Upon your arrival, bring your confirmation email (digital or printed) to the Guest Services desk in the Quinney Welcome Center. Guest services staff will make sure you’ve signed your waiver, check your confirmation email and get you a wristband which is your activity ticket for the day.

+How does the Summer Bobsled Experience operate?

If you have purchased your ticket online, you will need to check in at the Quinney Welcome Center upon your arrival. Once staff checks you in they will issue you a wristband for the activity. Shuttle services will be provided to get you to the top of the bobsled track. Once at the top of the bobsled track Summer Bobsled Experience rides are first-come-first-served.

+What happens in inclement weather?

Utah Olympic Park does not refund single activities or passes due to inclement weather. If there are high winds or lightening within five miles of the Park we will put all activities on hold until it is safe to resume. Weather holds last a minimum of 30 minutes. Please make sure to check the weather on the morning of your visit.