Grand Summit HOA

Welcome to the Grand Summit Homeowners Association page. Here, you will find governing documents, certificate of insurance, annual budgets, meeting minutes, All Seasons Resort Management contact list and other public documents.

Go here to see your HOA statement and other HOA information for your account.
Go here to see your rental income statements, unit availability, and other rental information for your account.

Looking for the old GSOwner website? Click here.

Welcome to the Grand Summit HOA

We represent more than 600 property owners who collectively own and operate the Grand Summit Resort Hotel in the heart of the Canyons resort village in Park City, Utah.

The Grand Summit provides ski-in/out access to 4000 acres of skiable terrain. There is no better location on the mountain for creating exceptional memories with friends and family.
Impeccable service and gracious style await each arrival at the Grand Summit. A variety of lodging options are available including hotel rooms, deluxe studios, one, two, and three bedroom suites and expansive luxury penthouses.

Our heated pool is the place to relax after your outdoor adventures. Or indulge yourself with a luxurious spa treatment at the Grand Summit Spa and Health Club. On-site dining options include The Farm, Red Tail Grill and First Tracks Cafe.

If you are an owner and not already registered, please submit your registration online. Your account will be enabled as soon as your ownership is verified.


Our Location

Right in the heart of Park City, we have easy access to shopping, restaurants and amazing outdoor activities.

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Chinatown in Park City- it's true!
The first railroads into Park City were constructed largely by Chinese labor. In 1890, 131 Chinese resided in Park City.
In 1974 Fraser Buck stated:
The Chinese moved into an area back of Main Street about a block above the post office; they had about fourteen or so houses there. They were very nice, they didn't cause the people in town a lot of trouble. There are still two or three houses standing left from the old Chinatown sector.
There was a Chinaman came here called, "Old Grover" [nicknamed for Grover Cleveland] and he passed away just a few years back, but he was an old, old-timer. He was quite progressive--he acquired a house or two and rented until he built himself quite a thing. He had a son, "Joe Grover" come from China who lived with him and he inherited the houses that he had. Sometimes we used to say that he had eighty houses, but I don't think that's possible.

There were a few women--and there was China Mary--she lived down here on Main Street and was well received by the town.

The mines all had Chinese one or two, and when they got going, they had up to five Chinese, most of them. They took care of the cleaning [in the mines and for the miners] and all that kind of work, and the cooking.
Chinese laundries and restaurants were scattered in different parts of the town. Washhouses were not allowed on Main Street.
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