Where to Shop Local this Holiday Season

PARK CITY, Utah — We pulled together a list of places you can shop local for your partner, mom, dad, kids or in-laws while supporting small businesses in town. A win-win, if you ask us!

1. For the artsy one…
Park City Mercantile is a modern take on a Mountain West general store. Find candles, throw blankets, skincare products and more.

The Timbre Art Loft on the top floor of the Olive and Tweed boutique on Main Street sells unique photo transfer prints with objects derived from nature, as well as framed art.

2. To surprise the kids…
Dolly’s Bookstore offers age-appropriate books, toys and the cuddliest stuffed animals. Adults will find amazing hostess gifts, jewelry, Park City-centric logo items, books and greeting cards here, too. Dolly’s is encouraging everyone to shop early to make sure holiday gift giving is a success.

3. For the sports enthusiast…
Jans SportsWhite Pine Touring carries Park City recreation staples for every season. Their friendly staff will help guide you towards the right purchase.

Contender Bicycles is the ideal shop for bike enthusiasts, with athletic apparel, sweet road rides, mountain bikes and trail accessories. They even prepped a holiday gift guide to help take the guesswork out of shopping.

4. For green thumbs…
The Garden Boutique at Park City Gardens is a quaint shop with gorgeous succulents and other trendy plants, crafty cards, boutique women’s clothing, small-batch candles, an earthy jewelry collection and more. Park City Gardens also offers fresh cut flower arrangements or wreaths from its Flower Barn, a gift basket service, and local delivery or pickup. To maintain extra social distancing, order by phone at 435-649-1363.

5. Artisanal goods and clothing for mountain bo-ho style
Indigo Highway is a one-stop shop for home goods, apparel, accessories, jewelry and gifts to calm, soothe, and center. Their robust website helps you easily shop online and the shop offers free shipping and local delivery for purchases over $100. (We also give their gift wrapping skills a double thumbs up.)

Olive and Tweed is a women’s boutique with a carefully curated selection of seasonal clothing, accessories and jewelry. Its upstairs neighbor is the Timbre Art Loft, so shop for the fashion-forward people and the artists in your life in one visit to their storefront on Main Street.

6. For those in tune with wellness…
Align Spa provides a spa experience with a family feel. It also has strict Covid-19 guidelines and skilled technicians. Align is offering a 50-minute massage and 50-minute facial special for $110 if you purchase the package in December.

Good Movement Studio is located in the old Colby School building on the East side of Hwy 224 next to Temple Har Shalom, and provides pilates, yoga, barre, personal training and physical therapy. The perfect goal-focused space to kickstart a ‘New Year, New You’ mentality. A gift card to the studio would be the way to go.

Hemped – Park City sells natural remedies to ease pain, find calm and hone concentration. This locally owned hemp products store opened on Main Street in the midst of the pandemic. It’s offering a 25 % discount on bundles of two or more items and free delivery within Park City and Heber City limits. Gift wrap, packaging and shipping are available too. A portion of December sales will be donated to a local charity that owner Marilee Scruton will match personally.

7. For the foodies
Ritual Chocolate has wonderful chocolate and coffee. Its new Aprés Bar would be a great seasonal stocking stuffer; Ritual is currently offering free shipping on orders over $50.

Fairweather Natural Foods offers homeopathic remedies, wellness products, and is a convenient place for a quick, healthy lunch. Great for gift cards.

8. For the coffee bean lovers…
Lucky Ones Coffee is a local coffee shop staffed by people with different abilities. It’s located in the Park City library lobby, so foot traffic decreased when the library closed down to visitors due to the pandemic. Consider pairing a gift card with one of their branded stickers or t-shirts and show support for good coffee and equitable workplaces.

Atticus Coffee has been a hip spot for coffee or tea on Main Street for the past 10 years. You can find books, delicious lattes and breakfast bagels here. Grab a gift card for your bookworm or caffeine lovers.

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