Utah Olympic Park
ALLOW US TO INTRODUCE YOU TO THE UTAH OLYMPIC PARK: Located in Park City, Utah, the globally recognized Utah Olympic Park was built for the Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Games. This expansive 400-acre venue is home to one of only four sliding tracks in North America, a 2002 Winter Games museum, six Nordic ski jumps, and a plentitude of adventurous outdoor/indoor activities. What most people don’t realize, is that the Utah Olympic Park is also a unique choice for mountaintop weddings and corporate events. This multi-use facility is not only an official USOC Training site but also includes a variety of venue choices for hosting gold medal-style celebrations.
GOLD MEDAL STYLE CELEBRATIONS: The Utah Olympic Park is a globally recognized facility that can host corporate events, team building retreats, destination weddings, and the rare experience of participating in activities such as the Flying Aces, Extreme Tubing, Bobsled Experience, and Zipline Tour. Not your conventional event venue, the Utah Olympic Park guarantees an unforgettable setting for the most adventurous attendees and thrill-seeking brides and grooms. For private groups and events, The Utah Olympic Park offers the following activities:
Zip Line Tours • Venue Tours • Alf Engen Museum • Team Building Retreats • Summer Bobsled • Ropes Courses • Drop Tower • Extreme and Freestyle Zip • Flying Aces All-Star Show • Rock Climbing (over water) • Extreme Tubing • Custom Olympic-themed activities • Guest Motivational Speakers •
TOP MEETING SPACES: The Utah Olympic Park can provide meeting spaces unlike any around, with a bird’s eye view of the world tallest ski jump and the potential for a celebration under the stars next to 1.25 million gallon Spence Eccles Freestyle Pool. Watch the finest athletes perform here including the world-famous Flying Aces All-Stars and provide your event guests with an experience they’ll never forget. Meeting Spaces as the Utah Olympic Park include the following:
Legacy Plaza • Olympic Park • Alf Engen Museum Theater and Auditorium • Quinney Welcome Center Patio • Quinney Conference Room • Summer Pavilion • K120 Start House • Women’s Start House •
LIVING LEGACY: In addition to being a globally recognized facility and event center, the Utah Olympic Park also founded the Olympic Legacy Foundation. This non-profit organization strives to cultivate young champions in sports and life in the spirit of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games. The mission is to inspire active, healthy lifestyles and encourage the community to utilize Utah’s many Olympic venues. As Designated Official US Training Sites, the venues offer inspiration for all budding young athletes and the opportunity to train alongside world champions. It’s not every day that you can host a private event at such a prestigious platform—The Utah Olympic Park in conjunction with the Olympic Legacy Foundation plans to provide future champions with a place to realize their dreams and potential for generations to come.
VENDOR SPOTLIGHT: We recently caught up with Kole to discuss the history and the future of the Utah Olympic Park. Kole told us about some of the exciting and unique activities people have incorporated into their events.
THE UTAH OLYMPIC PARK REVIEWS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES: Please peruse the reviews from past Olympic Ski Park clientele to learn what they have to say about this thrilling Olympic event venue.
“The Flying Aces show at the Utah Olympic Park was awesome – young mogul champs, Olympians and would-be Olympians, skiing into a million-gallon pool of water, doing acrobatics on the way, and in full ski garb; just watching them climb the stairs up to the jumps made me tired! This is how they train in the Summers. Guys and gals from several countries train there and are in the show. I was lucky enough to go with a business group – drinks and appetizers on the balcony overlooking the show, free reign going through the museum, live music, drinks, and dinner in a large “wedding style” tent on the upper balcony from the museum – what an evening!!!”
– Cal / Dalstrup, TX
“We traveled out to Park City Utah to attend my nephew’s wedding. While we were there, we took a trip to the Utah Olympic Park. I highly recommend a visit to this park. We had an opportunity to see Olympic freestyle skiers train on the jumping ramps Landing into pools. A highlight of the visit, however, was a trip down the Olympic bobsled run. You must watch a safety video prior to the Run, and you get a briefing from the bobsled driver. The trip down the bobsled run is exciting and exhilarating. It will leave you with a lot more respect for these bobsled athletes. The ride is not for the faint of heart and if you are expecting it to be like a rollercoaster you will be very surprised at how intense it is. Definitely something for someone’s bucket list.”
– Dave / Southington, CT
“A must see! We raise Olympic Gold Medal athletes here in Park City and this is a big reason.
The levels of training are clearly realized when you see the athletes in full swing. It’s amazing!! All the cool attraction’s and activities make it a must for families. Corporate retreats are a huge part of the escalating programs at the park. I’ve always heard great reviews from the group’s I have contact with.”
– Jon R. / Park City, Utah