Miners’ Day is a daylong celebration of Park City’s mining heritage, welcoming locals and visitors to our community. Presented by the Park City Rotary Club.
Miners’ Day events are held in two locations: Park City’s Historic Main Street and our beautiful City Park. Parking in both areas is limited so if you can walk, ride a bike or take the city’s free bus service, it will make your day easier.
Historic Main Street
Running of the Balls and the Miners’ Day Parade (starting at top of Main Street and continuing to City Park).
The day kicks off with breakfast in City Park is from 7:30 - 9:30 am followed by the Miner's Day 5k run, kids games, lunch in the park, the mucking and drilling competition, rounding out the day with the Skateboard Pro Jam.
Parking: Best parking is at Park City High School, then take the free city bus. Another option is to park in the China Bridge parking structure on Swede Alley, one block east of Main Street.
For more information, visit parkcityminersday.org