Park City Farmers Market

Ahhh, inhale the smells of BBQ and Navajo Tacos cooking at the Park City Farmers Market. And then everything grinds to a halt as you remember that you are on a strict diet and these are definitely not foods to enjoy right now. However, there are plenty of other delights that you can indulge in, including produce galore, and....skirts. Yes, I bought a skirt today at the Farmers Market. It's a one size fits all (let's hope - because I wasn't up for trying it on in plain sight) and very Bohemian, which is going to be my new look now that I bought the skirt. They also had tie-dyed shirts, but I stayed away from those.

The business station was a bakery with gorgeous bread, pastries, and treats. We bought the kids a cinnamon bun to share as we wandered. This is not a huge market. It will take you maybe a half hour to an hour to walk around depending on how in-depth you look at things. With our kids whining and rain threatening we did a general overview to see what was available. Best to come without kids, although there were plenty there, along with quite a few dogs.

If you are in the area, or want to get out of the heat for the day, it's about a 45 minute drive through Parley's Canyon from Salt Lake. Take the Kimball Junction exit and it will be on your right a few miles down the road. If you do bring kids, they will love riding the lift to the Canyons Resort and back. The lift is free.


  1. Bohemian, hmmm... I'm looking forward to seeing this new look on you. :)

  2. I'm glad you bought a skirt. You need more skirts.