Located in beautiful Park City two miles east of Parley’s Summit off of I-80, Gorgoza Park offers fun snow play for all ages. Open daily until 8pm throughout winter and into spring, as long as the snow is awesome, the seven lift-served tubing lanes; pint-sized, kid-friendly mini-snowmobiles; and the Fort Frosty play area, especially designed for children under six years of age, provide family adventures and memories that will last a lifetime.
POWDR purchased Gorgoza Park, an area originally developed in the 1960s as a small ski recreation area called Gorgoza Resort that was open to the public for day and night skiing and sledding.
After 19 years of being closed, Gorgoza re-opened, and under POWDR’s ownership, Gorgoza offered lift-served downhill tubing for guests age three and up.
Gorgoza offered a skatepark, which included a wild street course, complete with a fun box, tabletop, hips, rails and quarter pipes, a mini ramp and a monstrous vert ramp, one of the largest in the state.
When you play hard you can work up an appetite. Gorogza added a concession stand in 2000.
Gorgoza revved up the adventure with the addition of miniature snowmobiles for kids aged 5 to 12 to zip around our groomed track.
Gorgoza leveraged expanded snowmaking from 2000 to offer access to a pop-up ski/snowboard area with rails and tables (aka the Gorgoza “Jib Park”).
Gorgoza added additional lift access and snowmaking to expand tubing access for its guests.
Gorgoza provided the U.S. Olympic Bobsled Team an area to train their “push starts” prior to competing in the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics.
Gorgoza unveiled Fort Frosty, an area offering a 60’ conveyor, a unique tubing carousel and other exciting snow features for young adventurers, 8 and under.
Gorgoza offered and expanded its learn to Ski/Snowboard zone during these years. The learn to area utilized Gorgoza’s 60‘ and 390’ conveyor lifts, and on-site rentals of skis, snowboards and boots made for a fun and easy learn-to experience for children 8 and under.
Gorgoza added an additional ski/snowboard trail and unveiled snowmaking enhancements.
Gorgoza hosted the POWDR Shot Biathlon, an event which enabled participants to take on the trails surrounding Gorgoza Park, either in trail running shoes or on a mountain bike, while navigating a series of air rifle shooting stations.
In December, 2014, Gorgoza hosted the FIS Nordic Combined Continental Cup.