Famous as the site of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games and host to the yearly Sundance Film Festival, Park City is one of the top-rated destinations in the Western United States. While most guests come to Park City in the winter to experience “the greatest snow on earth”, we are happy to welcome you to Park City in the summertime, where outdoor adventures combined with a vibrant nightlife will make your stay unforgettable.

The Prescriptivism Conference in 2017 will be held in the meeting spaces of the historic Park City Library located at 1255 Park Avenue in Park City, Utah. Used as a venue for Sundance Film Festival, the Park City Library is on the National Register of Historical Places and we could not be more thrilled to invite you to this historical venue that embodies the Park City spirit.

Getting to the Park City Library

Driving from the Airport
From the Salt Lake City International Airport, take I-80 East and follow it until you get to UT-224 South in Summit County (approximately 30 miles). Get off at Exit 145 (toward Kimball Junction) and turn right onto UT-224 South. Follow the road to Park Avenue (approximately 6 miles) in Park City. Please park in the parking lots across the street from the library (Mawhinney Lot).

Starting from the Conference Hotel
From the Shadow Ridge Resort, walk outside the main entrance of the hotel and turn right. The shuttle stop for the Park City free shuttle bus is about 300 feet from the hotel and is located right in front of Park City Resort. Take the shuttle bus going towards downtown two stops to the Park City Library. Note that walking to the library from the hotel takes about ten minutes and is less than 0.5 miles (less than 1km).