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When it comes to vacation destinations that are brimming over with diverse options for fun and adventure, those who set their travel sights on Park City, Utah, are sure to be inspired. At All Seasons Resort Lodging, we know what it takes to elevate a Park City stay to the next level of excellence, and for us, that means providing guests with access to top-of-the-line accommodations that not only meet their needs but exceed their expectations, too. We love helping guests get settled into our rental options at Park City Mountain Village, which is just one part of a vibrant Park City Resort area, highlighting the best Park City offers.

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Alongside Canyons Village and Historic Old Town, Park City Mountain Village is a delightful gateway to Park City Resort, beckoning to ski and snowboarding enthusiasts in droves each winter. Booking a stay in Park City Mountain Village puts our guests within easy reach of world-class slopes and terrific shopping, dining, and winter recreation like ice skating. In the summertime, booking a stay here means never being far from scenic lifts to maximize the lush view, amazing mountain biking trails to explore, or championship golf options that are bound to delight whether you’re working on your short or long game during your stay.

Whether you’re hoping to relax and unwind at your own pace or can’t wait to get out and try everything there is to do, booking a Park City Mountain Village stay keeps you right in the heart of the fun. The following can be considered your ultimate guide to staying in this area and making the most of the adventure every step of the way.

Chris Engelsman Snowboarding at Park City

Snowboarding fresh powder at Park City.

 

Getting to Park City Mountain Village

Travelers who can’t wait to enjoy a beautiful mountain destination packed with amazing amenities and access to adventure will love every moment spent in their rental at Park City Mountain Village, booked through All Seasons Resort Lodging. Making the prospect even more appealing is the fact that getting to Park City Mountain Village is likely easier than you imagined.

If you’re flying in for the getaway of a lifetime, you’ll want to make plans to land at Salt Lake City International Airport. This central hub hosts a variety of non-stop flights from across the U.S. and is refreshingly close to Park City Mountain Village. In fact, once you have your rental car keys in hand, you’ll be in for just about a 35-minute drive to reach your final destination. While travelers can certainly go without a rental car once they reach Park City Mountain Village if plans keep them on-site for the majority of their stay, having a rental car handy can make it easier to customize your itinerary when you want to get out and explore beyond your Park City Mountain Village surroundings.

In warm weather months of the year, renting a bike would suffice for a Park City Mountain Village stay, and there are always options for using on-site shuttle services. Consider downloading the Park City mobile bus app before you get to town so you can familiarize yourself with the routes that will be most convenient to your tailored plans.

 

Park City's free public transportation gets you around town.

Park City’s free public transportation gets you around town.

 

A Destination Fit for All Seasons

The beauty of a stay in Park City Mountain Village is that it’s a place that visitors can enjoy in every season. Winter travelers heading to Park City Mountain Village often head here to be as close as possible to the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort. When maximizing your time on the fresh powder trails is a priority, there’s no better place to be. Park City Mountain Resort is a pristine destination open to skiers and snowboarders alike, offering on-site lessons, trails for all skill levels, gear rental, and terrific après ski options when cravings come calling. It’s also not far from places like Deer Valley, which are exclusive to skiers and have limited lift passes provided daily to create a more intimate feeling for guests. When the snow begins to fall in Park City, booking your stay at Park City Mountain Village means you’ll always be within reach of winter fun activities like dog sledding, sleigh rides, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing.

In the warmer weather months of the year, booking your stay at Park City Mountain Village means never being far from the sunshine and fresh air. Those who love outdoor adventure will find this area a prime place to stay as a home base for rock climbing, wildlife watching, hiking, biking, nature photography, and more! If you prefer to spend your time lounging, relaxing, and cooling off at local cafes, these are right at your fingertips, too. Park City Mountain Village also hosts charming shops to explore and has the added benefit of beautiful views everywhere you look.

Park City Fall Mountain Biking Jupiter Peak

Fall mountain biking in Park City with Jupiter Peak in the background.

 

Park City Events to Add to Your Calendar When You Stay in Park City Mountain Village

Many travelers love to spend time in Park City because it’s a chance to participate in some of the most highly anticipated annual events on the calendar. If this sounds like you, booking your stay at Park City Mountain Village means you’ll never have to worry about easy access to local festivities like the Sundance Film Festival in January or the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup that comes to town in February. April marks the arrival of the Spring Gruv and the Wasatch Film Festival, which is beloved by cinema enthusiasts from near and far. Savor The Summit is a June must-experience event in Park City in the summertime that’s hosted on Main Street, while the Kimball Arts Festival is a fan-favorite experience to add to your to-do list if your Park City Mountain Village getaway brings you this way in August.

Greater Park City Eats

While your Park City Mountain Village rental will very likely come with a fully equipped kitchen on-site for those times when a home-style meal would hit the spot, there’s no reason not to get out and explore as many local culinary stops as possible while you’re in town. Park City Mountain Village puts travelers within easy reach of top-rated restaurants right on-site, making it simple to savor local options and dishes inspired by far-flung destinations.

When you want to expand your savory horizons, you won’t have to go far to find inspired destinations on the map. If you’re hoping to spend quality time on nearby Main Street, Tapas at 710 Bodega is a must. This eatery is open from 5:00 pm until 9:00 pm each evening for dinner and brings an authentic taste of Seville to the heart of Utah. When you drop by this locale, you can enjoy traditional Spanish small bites in good company paired with Spanish wines as well. From the lamb lollipops and patatas bravas to the gambas al ajillo, your tastebuds will thank you for the experience.

Luna’s Kitchen is a terrific stop to add to your Park City Mountain Village itinerary when you’re looking for a great place to dine at lunch. Head to 1400 Snow Creek Drive and choose from various flatbreads, wraps, and sandwiches that will delight you. If it’s terrific Italian fare you’re after during your Park City Mountain Village stay, Grappa at 151 Main Street is a must. You won’t have any problems satisfying your sweet tooth afterward when you drop by Java Cow on Main Street and order up ice cream in various stunning flavors.

Day 1

If you happen to have three days to spare in the name of Park City Mountain Village fun this winter, you’ll want to begin day one with a delicious breakfast enjoyed in your luxurious rental. Once you’re ready for the fun, head to Park City Mountain Resort steps away, and start your day with an on-site ski lesson. This is a great option whether you need a quick refresher before hitting the slopes in style or you’re excited to be learning to ski for the first time! Your expert instructor will ensure you have the basics down before pointing the way to starter slopes that will build your confidence and skill set steadily.

After you’ve had a chance to enjoy the many slopes and runs available at Park City Mountain Resort, you’ll want to grab a quick bite to eat and dedicate some quality time to making the most of a great view. Here, that’s easy to do when you step onto the gondolas and soak up the surrounding mountain scenery from a bird’s eye view. The gondolas are comfortable and modern, offering riders panoramic vistas that will be unforgettable.

Tonight, dine at Baja Cantina, located on Lowell Avenue in Park City Mountain Village. This inviting Mexican restaurant is a terrific place to enjoy traditional fare paired with a homemade margarita. It offers outdoor and indoor seating until 9:00 p.m.

Day 2

The second day of your Park City Mountain Village stay takes you back to the slopes, but this time, with your sights set on a snowboarding lesson to switch things up. If you’ve long been dedicated to traditional skiing, snowboarding is a great way to try something new while staying in your beloved surroundings. Park City Mountain Resort offers great lessons for snowboarders of all levels and practice areas to get your balance and build your confidence. After you feel you’ve made as much progress as possible, you can head over to Jupiter Java and fuel up with a caffeine fix and some sweets available right on-site.

Afterward, make your way back out with a snowboard in hand to check out Park City Mountain’s more than 7,300 acres, which can be accessed using no less than 41 lifts. You’re in for a day of learning, amazing views, and fun with family and friends.

Take a snowboarding lesson at Mountain Village to switch things up. Because you’re right at Park City Mountain Resort, skiing, and snowboarding are great options this time of year. When you’ve made the most of the fresh powder in good company, treat yourself to dinner at Legends Bar & Grill. Located at 1345 Lowell Avenue, this is a Park City Mountain Village fan-favorite stop serving up all-American pub grub ranging from nachos and burgers to mouthwatering microbrews.

Day 3

The final day of your Park City Mountain Village Stay will take you off-mountain and out exploring town. This is the day to spend some time strolling along Main Street and enjoying the many charming shops and the historic architecture dating back to the 1800s. You’ll find you have easy access to more than 70 retail shops on-site, as well as 20 art galleries and a variety of world-class restaurants.

Take some time to check out the Park City Museum before grabbing your angling gear and heading out to try some local fly fishing. Park City is home to blue-ribbon waters, and many local outfitters are happy to help you create a fly fishing tour that works in any season. This evening, end things on a savory note at the High West Distillery, where you can enjoy local brews and a robust selection of bites that are sure to please the palate.

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Enjoy Your Park City Mountain Village Rental Booked Through All Seasons Resort Lodging

When you book your Park City Mountain Village rental through All Seasons Resort Lodging, you’ll have the options you deserve to customize your stay in style. We offer rentals across the Mountain Village Base Area, which includes Shadow Ridge, Silver King, The Lodge at the Mountain Village, The Village Loft, Edelweiss Haus, and Park Avenue Condominiums. That means that you and your traveling crew will feel right at home no matter when you arrive or how long you plan to stay. Places like The Lodge at Mountain Village Park City have rentals available anywhere from 1 to 4-bedrooms and are located directly next to the resort chairlifts. You’ll be within easy reach of the ice rink and gear rental shops with on-site amenities like hot tubs and heated pools as well as fitness centers and ski-in ski-out property options available to enjoy.

Whether it’s a stay that includes free Wi-Fi that would make all the difference or a property with complimentary underground parking options included, All Seasons Resort Lodging has it covered. Be sure to ask about our Park City Mountain Village rental options with saunas and conference facilities, steam rooms, ski storage, and more!

Before you know it, Father’s Day will be here again, making right now the best time to plan a fun Father’s Day getaway to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Sunny, welcoming, and rich in culture and history, Santa Fe is a terrific place to celebrate the dad in your life in a tailored style. Whether your dad loves to get out and explore or he’s looking forward to hours on the golf course, Santa Fe has something wonderful waiting just for you. The following guide to a Father’s Day trip to Santa Fe is a wonderful place to start when you’re looking forward to making the most of every single moment you’re in town.

Explore on Two Wheels with Routes Bicycle Tours

For those heading to Santa Fe with a dad who loves to enjoy sightseeing, booking a place on a tour with the team at Routes Bicycle Tours gets you out in the fresh air and provides a unique way to learn more about your surroundings this Father’s Day. Headquartered at 100 E. San Francisco Street, Routes Bicycle Tours takes time to create custom sightseeing opportunities that cover more than 400 years of Santa Fe history. A tour of this type is an opportunity to get close to various natural and architectural landmarks in town while learning more about the flavors, people, and events that have defined this one-of-a-kind destination through time. Tours can be booked with Routes Bicycle Tours between March and November, making it a perfect Father’s Day itinerary addition when you’re here.

There are multiple tour options depending on what your dad prefers, ranging from the Santa Fe City Art & History Tour to the Flavors of Santa Fe Bike Tour offered on Sundays. If your dad happens to have a heart for delicious craft brews, booking your place on the Santa Fe Bites & Brews Bike Tour is a must! This experience includes stops with beer sampling along the way at some of the city’s best pubs, which will likely draw you back again once the tour ends.

Biking in Santa Fe, NM

Enjoy Local Hiking Trails

If your dad would enjoy a Father’s Day getaway that includes time on the trails, Santa Fe is a fantastic destination for hiking. Situated at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Santa Fe makes it simple to access trails suitable for hiking levels of all types. No matter what route you select this Father’s Day, you’ll find they’re beautiful and inspiring treks for stunning views in every season. The Picacho Peak Trail is a truly scenic route to choose while you’re here. This pathway spans 3.9 miles of terrain and includes an elevation gain of 1,329 feet. This hilly route is part of the greater Dale Ball Trail network and is a must for photo opportunities to commemorate your exciting outing. For an even longer hike during your stay that ends with watery rewards, check out the Nambe Lake Trail. This route spans 6.8 miles and requires hikers to conquer 2,093 feet of elevation gain along the way. At the end of this mountain trail, you’ll find yourself at Nambe Lake, where you can enjoy the view and pair your experience with wildlife watching.

Infuse Local Fly-Fishing Adventures into Your Stay

A Father’s Day getaway to Santa Fe with the dad in your life who loves to cast a line deserves to include a fly-fishing outing when you’re here. That’s where the team at Land of Enchantment Guides comes in. This fishing guide service serves the greater Santa Fe area and Taos, focusing on excursions that explore the San Juan River and the Valles Caldera National Preserve. When you book your place on a fly-fishing guided outing of this type, all the fishing gear you’ll need to make it a successful day on the water is included in the cost. You can pick and choose between half-day, full-day, and multi-day experiences with beverages and lunches included. Alongside an experienced guide, you’ll enjoy the very best of large rivers, high mountain spring lakes, and creeks, seeing what bites along the way.

Get to Golfing in Santa Fe Style

Santa Fe offers some fantastic courses to choose from for the father who can’t imagine a Father’s Day getaway without time on the greens. Consider booking a tee time at the Marty Sanchez Links De Santa Fe when you want to pair an exciting challenge with stunning surrounding mountain views. Some of the other top stops in and around town to consider enjoying a game or two include the Cochiti Golf Club, Towa Golf Club, Quail Run Club & Golf Course, the Santa Fe Country Club, and The Club at Las Campanas.

Quail Run Golf Course Santa Fe, NM

Book Your Trip to Santa Fe Today

When you’re ready to stop planning and start traveling, All Seasons Resort Lodging has the luxurious and inviting vacation rental you need in Santa Fe to elevate your stay in comfort and style. Reach out today to learn more about our many exciting property options available in the city, including our Father’s Day stays, which will take your trip to Santa Fe to the next exceptional level. We look forward to seeing you in New Mexico soon!

When you’re looking for a vacation destination that’s one-of-a-kind to enjoy year-round, summer in Santa Fe has it covered. “The City Different” is a vibrant and exciting place to spend time with family and friends, but if you head this way and enjoy a summer stay, there’s even more to look forward to! Summer is a fantastic season to explore Santa Fe whether you’re looking forward to a solo adventure, a group getaway, or a romantic escape for two. It’s a locale that’s loved by travelers from across the map for its amazing culinary scene, rich history, gorgeous aesthetics, intriguing culture, and terrific outdoor adventure as well.

Your summer trip to Santa Fe will put you within easy reach of a bustling downtown scene for city-center fun as well as extraordinary national forests to discover when you’re ready to get out and explore further. Cinema enthusiasts will find a summer trip to Santa Fe is a chance to dive into the destination’s deep film industry roots including a Netflix hub and five western sets to its name. For those who are planning on spending a great getaway in the summer in Santa Fe with a passion for architecture, the Peblo-Spanish style that’s seen throughout the city is a direct result of a city planning and beautification initiative dating back to 1912.

No matter how you spend your summer in Santa Fe, don’t be surprised when it becomes a place you find yourself longing to return to year after year.

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Getting to Santa Fe This Summer Is Simple

If you’re heading to Santa Fe for a summer stay from out of town, flying in is often the preferred mode of transportation. Many guests to the city choose to fly into The Albuquerque International Sunport which is a primary hub for northern New Mexico. This particular airport is a popular choice because it hosts more than a dozen regional, national, and international carriers. Once you land at The Albuquerque International Sunport, you’re only about an hour’s drive from the summer fun that awaits in Santa Fe. It’s a clean, efficient, and welcoming airport that’s estimated to see around 6 million travelers pass through annually. The Santa Fe Municipal Airport is another great option for your summer travel plans. While this destination is definitely closer sitting just minutes from downtown Santa Fe, it currently only hosts daily commercial flights with United Express and American Eagle exclusively which can make tickets a bit trickier to book.

Church building

When you prefer to head into Santa Fe this summer without having to fly, but you want to be able to do some sightseeing too, taking the train in is always a fun option. Amtrak’s Southwest Chief is a historic engine that runs daily between Chicago and Los Angeles with stops in Lamy, New Mexico which is just 18 miles from Santa Fe. You can also hop aboard the New Mexico Rail Runner Express which follows a route showcasing 14 stations between Belen and Santa Fe. If you were to take the entire route on your way in, you would enjoy access to 100 miles of the Rio Grande Corridor.

For summer travelers with their sights set on Santa Fe who are looking to drive toward the vacation of their dreams, the options are vast and varied. The distance between Albuquerque and Santa Fe is roughly 60 miles using I-25. If you’re up for a road trip, you can always fly into Denver and drive the 385 miles to Santa Fe with plenty of stunning views to enjoy along the way. Similarly, Santa Fe sits about 340 miles from Amarillo, Texas following I-40.

Person driving a truck

Getting Around Once You Arrive

If you want to make sure that your Santa Fe, New Mexico summer includes plenty of sightseeing at your own preferred pace, you’re going to want to make sure you have a car rented for the duration of your stay. Santa Fe hosts nearly all of the major car rental services within city limits including Budget, AVIS, Enterprise, Toyota of Santa Fe, and Hertz as well. If you prefer to leave a rental car out of the equation, there are options to book ride-sharing services in town such as Uber and Lyft as well. Santa Fe also has an efficient public bus system in place with the Santa Fe Trails Route M serving the greater downtown area. The RTD 255 Mountain Trail Route serves downtown and Hyde Park Road while the Santa Fe Pickup Shuttle is available upon demand by calling 505-955-2001.

While getting around by bus, shuttle, ride-share or rental car can be convenient, summer in Santa Fe is also a great season for walking or biking. Visitors are often thrilled to discover that Santa Fe is packed with unique neighborhoods and many are extremely walkable. Each neighborhood has its own charm from the craft breweries that dot the Railyard District to the art galleries waiting to be discovered in the Canyon Road neighborhood. If you happen to find yourself staying near the Historic District, you’ll be within walking distance of the iconic Plaza and amazing museums as well. Travelers who book their All Seasons Resort Lodgings vacation rental in any one of these areas and plan to stay relatively close will find walking is a wonderful way to see the local sights. There are also opportunities to rent a traditional bike or an e-bike for the duration of your stay so you can pick up the pace and make the most of the amazing summer weather.

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Summer Santa Fe Weather Expectations

Heading to Santa Fe for a summer getaway means indulging in a lot of sunshine along the way! In fact, this is a city that hosts more than 320 days of sunshine annually so when warm-weather fun is calling, Santa Fe is certainly the place you want to be. The months of June, July, and August are considered peak travel times in the city for this reason with daily highs lingering around the 80s. While there’s a chance of afternoon showers this time of year, they typically don’t last long and nights cool off comfortably for visitors. This makes it worht your while to pack plenty of sunscreen, sunglasses, hats, and light, breathable clothing so you can be comfortable whether you’re spending time indoors or outside.

Summer Events to Look Forward to Enjoying

A summer in Santa Fe also comes with opportunities for travelers to pack their itineraries with fun seasonal festivals and events everyone is sure to love. In July, ART Santa Fe will once again come to town providing participants and audiences with a dynamic experience to view incredible works of art from local and national artists across a multitude of galleries and exhibits. This three-day event is an experience where guests can enjoy performance pieces, listen to inspiring talks by artists, or explore the Discoveries Collection and purchase pieces that are one-of-a-kind. July also marks the arrival of several Northern Indian Pueblos Arts and Craft Shows to explore as well as the iconic area Spanish Market. If you’re a traveler with a heart for music, the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival runs from July through August alongside the Santa Fe Opera Festival Season.

Paper banners hanging from lights

Day 1

When you have at least three days to spare in the name of summer fun, be sure to start your first day in Santa Fe discovering the rich Native history that exists here. When you want to learn more about the past and present on this front, the Native American Artisans Portal Program can be enjoyed at the Palace of the Governors on the Plaza daily between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm. This is a one-stop resource for art from local vendors representing over 23 federally recognized nations and tribes. As you browse pottery, textiles, jewlery and other handcrafted goods across 1,500 vendors, you’ll have a chance to ask questions, speak with artists, and be a part of an important cultural experience.

Afterward, grab a quick lunch before setting out to enjoy some time discovering all of the other sites there are to see at Santa Fe Plaza. This has been a vital hub in the city since it’s founding all the way back in 1610. Today, it continues to be where you’ll find historic buildings, live musical performances throughout the year, and many Spanish markets. The plaza itself is a designated National Historic Landmark and a popular place for locals and visitors alike to gather in the evenings. There are many gallerie and souvenir shops in this area as well as eateries to curb just about any craving.

Tonight, make sure to book tickets to a performance at the Santa Fe Opera House located at 301 Opera Drive. This is a beautiful venue that has an impressive lineup of operas to enjoy each summer. The Opera House can hold around 2,100 guests at a time and is surrounded by the Jemez Mountains and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. When the performance comes to an end, head over for dinner at Geronimo and savor elk tenderloin or pan-seared foie gras in a warm and welcoming space topped with antler chandeliers overhead! They also have an impressive wine list on-site so you’ll have just the right red, white, or sparkling pairing for your plate no matter what you order up in good company.

Old theater building santa fe

Day 2

The beginning of the second day of your summer stay in Santa Fe focuses on fantastic local art and creativity. When you find yourself in a city that hosts over 250 galleries and 20 museums, you’ll find it’s simple to pick and choose from customized options along the way. Make sure to put the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum on Johnson Street at the top of your list followed up by time well-spent at the Museum of International Folk Art. Don’t be surprised if you end up lingering longer than you originally planned at both locations!

After lunch, it’s time to make your way to Canyon Road and spend time shopping and sightseeing in style. Located just a mile east of the Santa Fe Plaza, Canyon Road hosts 80 art galleries of its own as well as jewelry boutiques and historic adobe buildings covered in blooming flowers. During the summer, Canyon Road hosts a weekly Art Stroll on Fridays that’s sure to be fun for your entire traveling crew!

Follow up your Canyon Road adventures with a tour of the New Mexico State Capitol on day two which is located at 490 Old Santa Fe Trail. Formerly known as the Roundhouse, this state capitol building was designed by Robert E. McKee to resemble the Zia sun symbol which is also on the state flag. The Capitol is a true artistic testament to time as well as a gallery of its own hosting over 600 works of art on-site. In addition to the interior, you can tour the 6.5 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds that surround the building too, and host over 100 species of local plants.

To end the day in flavorful style, treat yourself to dinner at Tia Sophia’s for fantastic and authentic Mexican fare. Whether you go with the burritos, stuffed sopapillas, or chile rellenos, pair it up with an award-winning house margarita.

Plate of mexican food

Day 3

The last day of your stay in Santa Fe, New Mexico this summer will take you into the great outdoors. Santa Fe is a city that boasts beautiful hiking trails suitable for all skill levels. In total, there are more than 300 miles of routes to pick from. For a trek that’s just over 1.25 miles, consider adding the Ancestral Sites Trail to your must-try list this morning. This will take you through the Pecos National Historic Park and provides only gentle elevation gains along the way. The Picacho Peak Trail is a must for more experienced hikers looking to tackle nearly 4 miles of terrain. The views are stunning on this route which is just a small taste of the 25-mile Dale Ball Trail network in town.

After a tasty lunch to recover post-hike, it’s time to make your way to The Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi. Located at 131 Cathedral Place, this is a dream come true for history and architecture buffs alike. Dating back to construction in 1869, this cathedral is a testament to French Romanesque Revival style and is a truly breathtaking sight along the city’s skyline. Inside, your tour will take you up close to mesmerizing stained-glass windows whose colors are sure to captivate. Once your tour has come to an end, continue the sightseeing fun by booking your place on a bicycle tour of the city with the team over at Outfitter Routes Bicycle Tours. This 2-hour experience is led by a knowledgeable and friendly guide who will take you on a comprehensive outing that offers up insight into the city’s major landmarks, histories, and cultures. Tonight, enjoy dinner at The Shed downtown which is a top destination for traditional New Mexico dishes like enchiladads you won’t want to miss out on.

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When you’re ready to turn your summer travel plans into a reality, All Seasons Resort Lodging is here to make sure your stay in Santa Fe includes the luxury and style you deserve. Reach out to learn more about our summer vacation rentals today and how we can help you make more of every single moment you’re here.

San Diego, California is a vacation destination that truly has something for everyone to enjoy. Situated on the sunny Southern California coast, San Diego is a diverse destination rich in history that has just as much to offer in the way of restaurants and theaters as it does for shopping, outdoor recreation, architecture, and amazing views. Whether you’re excited to go on a San Diego vacation with family, can’t wait to make it a weekend here with friends or you’re up for a solo trip that’s designed to restore the senses, this is a place where you can embrace your interests of all types and enjoy every second in a way that’s tailored to your travel style.

While San Diego is a city fit for all seasons, there’s something about spring that’s extra vibrant and inviting for adventurers. It’s a season known for blossoming flowers across scenic local places like Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve, and it comes with a calendar of seasonal events for visitors to enjoy too. From the bustling fun of Old Town to opportunities to enjoy spring weather at Coronado Beach, you can’t go wrong with a spring getaway to San Diego. When you’re ready to turn those travel plans into a reality, consider this guide your starting point for an unforgettable stay.

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Getting to San Diego in the Spring

Travelers from across the map fall in love with San Diego for its scenic and sunny appeal. To that end, even the airport here has a way with views that’s one-of-a-kind! The San Diego International Airport enjoys a place on the eye-catching San Diego Bay and when you book your flight here, you’ll be just minutes from downtown upon landing. The San Diego International Airport is small enough to be inviting and visitors typically find it refreshingly simple to navigate. As you approach the runway, be sure to look out your window because that will be your first sight of palm trees for what’s sure to be an exciting and sunny stay.

In general, all major U.S. airlines serve the San Diego International Airport which is owned and operated by the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. Because this airport is on the smaller side, finding direct flights in isn’t always as easy of a task compared to hubs like Los Angeles International Airport. However, if you’re flying in from international destinations like London or Munich, you can find nonstop flights through British Airways and Lufthansa.

No matter how you get here, you’ll be delighted to find there are Uber and Lyft pickup stations on-site, and shuttle services are offered as well. If you’ve rented a car, there are company kiosks at the airport to pick up your keys and get your spring adventure underway. Yet another route to reaching San Diego in the spring that you won’t want to overlook is Amtrak. The Pacific Surfliner route serves the greater California area and can be a unique way to enjoy spring sightseeing as you roll into San Diego at a more leisurely pace.

Street in city with tram tracks

Getting Around Once You’re Here

Spring in San Diego is certainly a season for driving from point A to point B. If your San Diego travel guide takes you anywhere outside of the neighborhood you’re staying in, you’re likely going to want a rental car to get around on your own time. If you plan on staying downtown, there are plenty of options to spend afternoons exploring on foot or by bike, but beyond that, you’re typically going to need to access the freeway to enjoy reaching other San Diego suburbs, attractions, and activities with ease. The best place to pick up your rental car is at the airport, but sticking with ride-hailing is another viable option in town if you don’t mind the added costs and wait times. Do keep in mind that when you’re exploring places like Seaport Village, there’s a trolley you can take for more comprehensive sightseeing options.

Weather Expectations in the Spring

When it comes to warm, sunny, and inviting weather, San Diego has earned a reputation for excellence. That said, spring is particularly beautiful here because the rainy season typically comes to an end by April. In March, April, and May, average daily highs linger in the upper 60s with lows dipping into the upper 50s in the evening hours. This makes for comfortable outdoor weather no matter what your plan entails, and at most, you would want a light jacket fi you plan to be out at night or make the most of your time on the water. Spring tends to be less foggy in San Diego than the summertime and typically, visitors can count on enjoying anywhere from 12 to 13 hours of daylight this time of year. In March and April, water temperatures in San Diego remain chilly and would require a wetsuit for activities like surfing. By May, you can count on those water temperatures beginning their rise toward warmer summer levels.

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Tips for Avoiding Crowds

While some spring travelers heading to San Diego will be just fine with being part of high-energy crowds, others are looking to relax and unwind without having to contend with as much hustle and bustle. If the latter group sounds like you, consider booking your spring stay outside of weeks that are designated spring break times for schools. It’s worth your while to check in on California school and university calendars if you want to make sure time at zoos, parks, beaches, and other local attractions doesn’t come with lines of spring breakers included. In California, spring break is often scheduled for some time between mid-March and April. Doing your homework on this front can help you plan a relaxing stay without having to worry about crowds of college students flocking here in droves at the same time.

Spring Events to Check Out in the Area

If you want to celebrate during your spring San Diego vacation, heading here over St. Patrick’s Day in March is a sure way to make the most of Irish-themed festivities across local breweries. Those who head this way in March can also celebrate what is typically the tail end of whale-watching season in the area by booking a tour with a naturalist and seeing these amazing creatures for themselves thriving in the waters off San Diego. If you’re in the mood for amazing views, March marks blooming season over at the Carlsbad Flower Fields and it’s also baseball season for the San Diego Padres if you’re looking to catch a game. On May 5th, the city turns up the flavor and fun in celebration of Cinco de Mayo. There are a variety of Mexican festivals held in San Diego on this day as well as live mariachi performances, folk dancing, and specials on margaritas at local eateries.

City skyline

Day 1

After a hearty breakfast in your vacation rental booked through All Seasons Resort Lodging, your day one of fun in sunny San Diego starts with a trolley ride through Old Town. This is a great way to get acquainted with the heart of the city in a unique sightseeing style. Trolley tours are narrated and include no less than 100 points of interest that are sure to inspire. It’s a hop-on and hop-off experience if you choose to explore further, and there will be plenty of historical information to be enjoyed along the way as well. Some of the top stops you can check out when you start your journey with this tour include the Maritime Museum, Seaport Village, Little Italy, Hotel del Coronado, and more!

Next up is a trip to Balboa Park. This vibrant and exciting area of town is always worth a visit and deserves to enjoy a place on your day one San Diego travel guide. As you take time to stroll the sprawling grounds, you’ll find you have access to no less than 15 on-site museums and gorgeous gardens where you’ll see many other visitors walking or biking their way through a sunny afternoon. This is also a great place to grab lunch thanks to the wide variety of eateries within reach.

Balboa Park Building

After you’ve looked around, make sure to head over to the San Diego Zoo. This world-famous stop is a must for visitors of all ages. On-site, you’ll encounter 3,700 endangered and rare animals that span 650 species. A visit to this zoo is a chance to enjoy close-up views of alligators, giraffes, snow leopards, orangutans, gorillas, bears, koalas, and even anacondas. If you have time, the safari tour at the safari park is highly recommended.

This evening, take time to dine in style at George’s at the Cove. This upscale eatery is a great place to pair an amazing menu of options with breathtaking ocean views too. George’s at the Cove is found at 1250 Prospect Street in La Jolla and the menu features wild isles salmon, yellowtail, and seared scallops to name a few of the many delicious options. Take a seat on the rooftop terrace for the best vistas at this eatery that’s been serving the greater San Diego area for more than 40 years.

Day 2

The second day of your stay is going to start with a potentially otherworldly experience at San Diego’s historic Whaley House. Located in Old Town, this historic stop is impressive to tour, and many believe that it may be one of the city’s most haunted destinations too! There are self-guided tour options available on-site and after you’ve explored the home, there are Victorian gardens to enjoy as well. The Whaley House is a two-story Greek Revival mansion designed by Thomas Whaley back in 1857. The family lived in the home for nearly a century, but the property was fraught with tragedy which gives many visitors today a sense that there’s something paranormal to be discovered with every visit.

Once you’ve had your fill of touring, it’s time to take to the water. After lunch, you’ll want to pick up a kayak to rent and get out on the waves to paddle your way through a great afternoon over at Coronado Bay Channel. This is a terrific location for kayaking thanks to the views it offers up of the San Diego skyline and the USS Midway Museum in the distance. If you have time after you’ve explored this area, packing up and heading to La Jolla is an opportunity to kayak among whimsical sea caves and observe marine life in the water at the same time.

Beach with highway

Later in the day, make sure to book your place on a whale-watching cruise if your spring journey is happening in March. Many whale-watching tours in the area are about 2.5 hours long and are led by naturalists who can point out intriguing whale behavior along the way. If you book a tour with a hydrophone on board, there are options to listen to whale songs below the waves as blue whales, orcas, and California gray whales make their way through the surrounding waters.

After all of the on-the-water fun, you’ve earned a delicious dinner at Jeune et Jolie. Tonight, you dine in French style over at 2659 State Street Suite 102 in Carlsbad. This French restaurant is a fantastic place to enjoy traditional dishes on a fixed-price menu or a la carte. Some of the fan-favorite options to try when you’re here include smoked salmon, frog legs, or escargot.

Day 3

The third day of your spring stay in San Diego begins with a morning focused on touring the Gaslamp Quarter. This is often pointed to as one of the most lively and scenic areas of San Diego thanks to its collection of gorgeous Victorian architecture. It’s a place where you’ll come across many restaurants and bars and you’ll also have the chance to visit places like the Davis-Horton House. This historic stop is one of the oldest surviving structures in the city and a must-visit if you’re into learning more about the area’s fascinating past.

Gaslamp Quarter sign at night

Afterward, you’ll want to treat yourself to a tour of some of San Diego’s finest breweries around. The craft beer industry has been booming in this area in recent years and to date, there are more than 150 breweries within the city limits. Signing up for a place on a brewery tour is a good way to taste a little bit of the best of them all but if you only have time for one stop, be sure to check out Pure Project Brewing. This company is known for its sustainable brewing practices and has locations in Balboa Park, Carlsbad, Miramar, North Park, and Vista.

Next up on day three is a stroll across San Diego’s Spruce Street suspension bridge. This is a hidden pedestrian bridge that spans 375 feet and offers up breathtaking views over the Sessions Canyon which is situated 70 feet below. The bridge dates back to 1912 and was designed by Edwin Capps. Today, it’s a romantic and thrilling spot to check out when you want to make sure you’re enjoying some hidden away locales in the city too.

End your day on a mouthwatering note at Juniper & Ivy. Located at 2228 Kettner Boulevard, this eatery is a great place to enjoy dishes like short ribs and swordfish as well as gourmet burgers. Whether you go with the Kurobuta pork chops or the 22 oz. New York strip, you’re in for a delicious treat. Before you go, don’t forget to order up a slice of sticky toffee cake.

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When it comes to beautiful and exciting vacation destinations to discover, travelers will find Santa Fe to be a city brimming over with endless possibilities for fun. “The City Different” certainly stands out in a crowd thanks to its rich culture, history, architecture, cuisine, and access to outdoor adventure. Close to lush national forests and boasting a downtown filled with fantastic attractions, Santa Fe is a place where travelers with interests and hobbies of all kinds can find a place to embrace them all. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a getaway with the entire family, have a fun trip planned as a couple or you can’t wait to make the most of a solo adventure enjoying the city at your pace, Santa Fe should most definitely be your next vacation destination. The following are 10 reasons why you’ll want to set your travel sights here and take a Santa Fe trip.

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1. You’re Going to Love All the Sunshine

If you happen to be a traveler who can’t wait to explore sunny and bright destinations, you’ll be thrilled with the fact that Santa Fe boasts more than 320 days of sunshine annually. That’s a pretty impressive number compared to the national average of 205 days of sunshine each year. For those with a passion for the great outdoors, this means you won’t have to worry about much seasonal weather getting in the way of your plans. The bright skies overhead set an optimistic scene for visitors and provide endless inspiration to get out and explore. Santa Fe hosts a semi-arid climate so you can also pair that fantastic sunshine with low humidity year-round. Between the clean air and sun, there’s a good chance your trip to Santa Fe will leave you feeling refreshed and revitalized on many fronts.

Dried red chiles hanging

2. There’s Rich Native American Representation to Discover

A vacation to Santa Fe is a must for those who are looking to dig further into Native American culture. Here, you don’t have to go far to find opportunities to learn more about tribes that inhabited the local lands long before settlers arrived. A great place to start is the Native American Artisans Portal Program that’s hosted in the city between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm daily over at the Palace of the Governors on the Plaza. Here, you can purchase art from local vendors that hail from no less than 23 federally recognized tribes and nations. You’ll find textiles, pottery, and handmade jewelry on display utilizing locally sourced materials like coral, turquoise, and silver. In total, more than 1,500 artisans participate in this event which pairs meaningful cultural symbols with opportunities for others to connect with local tribes.

3. You’ll Have Access to Terrific Hiking

While the city-center fun in Santa Fe is always a delight, a vacation here is also a chance to get out and explore mesmerizing hiking trails. When you’re ready to lace up your boots and adventure in good company, Santa Fe hosts more than 300 miles of trails that run through the Rio Grande Valley to the south and west, the Jemez Mountains, and the Sangre de Cristo Mountain to the east. Trails here are easy to reach and beautiful views are practically guaranteed at every turn.

If you’re looking for a relatively easy trail to trek, begin with the Ancestral Sites Trail which spans 1.25 miles. This path enjoys a gentle elevation gain of around 80 feet and the trailhead is just 17 miles southeast of the city center. This trail provides hikers with a short walk through the Pecos National Historic Park and offers up a chance to observe one of the largest Indian pueblos in the Southwest at the end. If you want to expand your journey into history further, this is a great trail to pair with a ranger-guided tour.

Desert at sunset

For a bit more of a challenge, consider exploring the Picacho Peak Trail which spans 3.9 miles and enjoys an elevation gain of 1,329 feet total. This is a must for photo seekers since the views are the reward for all of your efforts. This trail is a small portion of the 25-mile Dale Ball Trail network and takes you up Santa Fe’s hills for amazing bird’s eye views.

If you’re looking to put your skills to the test, the Nambe Lake Trail is made just for you. This 6.8-mile route enjoys an elevation gain of 2,093 feet through the alpine terrain of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The route ends at the lake and along the way, you can view animals like pikas and marmots.

4. There Are Amazing Neighborhoods to Discover

You’re more than welcome to bring your car to Santa Fe, but visitors are often delighted to find that this scenic city is wonderfully walkable and there are plenty of neighborhoods to explore on foot. Every neighborhood has its own distinct personality and collection of attractions to check out giving guests time to discover the areas that they connect with best. Over in the Railyard District, you can enjoy a stroll that will take you by craft breweries, many museums, lofts, art galleries and a 10-acre park to enjoy when you need a rest.

If you’re looking for an area that’s packed with even more exciting shops, colorful art galleries, and restaurants to drop by, you’re going to want to focus some of your Santa Fe getaway on walking through the Canyon Road neighborhood. The Historic District is home to the charming Plaza as well as some of the city’s most iconic museums. The Guadalupe District is a testament to contemporary design and an area where you can access great local performing arts. Where the Southside neighborhood leans towards a more quiet and residential feel, places like Midtown are buzzing with vibrant energy and is a great place to find technology and art hubs as well.

Home with teal windows and door

5. You’ll Adore the Array of Museums and Galleries

When it comes to the art market, no place on the map does it better than Santa Fe. Anyone with a longing to embrace their creative side will find this city endlessly inspiring. Here, you can enjoy time adding more than 250 galleries to your must-visit list as well as over 20 museums and art markets that pop up across the city year-round as well. Many of the art markets are culturally focused and range from Native American and Spanish markets to International Folk Art events.

If you have a passion for museums, there’s no shortage of options to enjoy in Santa Fe. Places like the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum on Johnson Street typically top traveler lists while the Museum of International Folk Art on Camino Lejo is a must-visit as well. The Art Vault on South Guadalupe Street offers up innovative takes on art installations while the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts on Cathedral Place pairs the past and present seamlessly. The Museum of Spanish Colonial Art can be enjoyed Camino Lejo while a trip through the New Mexico Military Museum on Old Pecos Trail is an eye-opening experience.

6. It’s a Place Filled with Gorgeous Architecture

For travelers who can’t wait to set their sights on incredible and historic structures, the architecture found throughout Santa Fe is sure to please. Throughout the city, visitors will find themselves fully immersed in the Pueblo-Spanish architectural style that is linked back to designs the Pueblo Indians first implemented. This is done on purpose as part of an aesthetic commitment the city made back in 1912 when New Mexico became a state. A style preservation plan was put in place to not only honor the area’s cultural heritage but create surroundings that spoke to local aesthetics on a meaningful level too.

Church building

7. Santa Fe Is a City Filled with Flavor

When cravings come calling, Santa Fe is the place to be for fantastic and bold flavors. Here, Mexican and Southwest fare find routes to being relished seamlessly, but there are plenty of eateries inspired by far-flung destinations as well. From top-rated eateries to laid-back tasty retreats, visitors can find everything they want in the way of delicious moments. If you find yourself looking for a fine dining establishment where you can enjoy a cozy and robust meal on a Santa Fe trip, Geronimo has you covered. Here, the menu features pan-seared foie gras and elk tenderloin in a space adorned with studded leather chairs, exposed overhead beams, and antler chandeliers.

When you’re more in the mood for traditional New Mexico favorites, make time for a meal at The Shed. Situated downtown, this colorful stop is known for its mouthwatering enchiladas and house made margaritas too. Tia Sophia’s is a one-stop resource for authentic Mexican fare in town. When you’re craving stuffed sopapillas, chile rellenos, or burritos, you’ll find them all here topped in sizzling red and green chile sauce. For those who are thirsty for some bold flavor, following Santa Fe’s Margarita Trail might just be the highlight of your adventure. Along the way, you’ll enjoy tastes of more than 40 margaritas that are voted the best in the city.

8. You’ll Find Yourself in a Historic City Filled with Stories

As soon as you arrive in Santa Fe, you can enjoy knowing that you’ve stepped foot in the oldest capital city in all of North America. Here, history and culture combine to create a vibrant living testament to heritage, stories, and time. Hispanic, Mexican, Native American, and Anglo cultures collide in Santa Fe creating a melting pot of Southwest culture that’s truly one-of-a-kind. Many of these stories are told through local festivals and events celebrating the city’s dynamic past. Events like the Santa Fe Fiest, the Christmas Eve Canyon Road Farolito Walk, the Burning of Zozobra, and the Pueblo Feast Days are experiences that connect locals and visitors with the past while providing plenty of reasons to return to Santa Fe time and again.

Iron gate

9. It’s a Place with a Passion for Filmmaking

You might be drawn to Santa Fe in the name of culture, flavor, and outdoor fun, but if you have a love for cinema, you’ll end up staying for the filmmaking. Many visitors are pleasantly surprised to find that Santa Fe has deep roots in the film industry and has played host to no less than five Western sets and has a Netflix hub nearby. The film office hands out maps that pinpoint major film sites in town to check out on your own. If you happen to be here in February, you’ll be on time to enjoy the Santa Fe Film Festival while the Santa Fe International Film Festival comes to town in mid-October each year.

10. It’s a Really Convenient Place to Get To

Flying into Santa Fe is a breeze for travelers thanks to the conveniently located Santa Fe Regional Airport. This airport sits just minutes from downtown which means you won’t waste any time getting started on the fun as soon as you land. There are several flights a day into Santa Fe from Phoenix and Dallas-Fort Worth as well as Denver.

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There are many reasons to visit scenic Park City any time of year, but winter is truly exhilarating for travelers passionate about downhill skiing. When fresh powder covers the landscape, Park City becomes a premier destination for ski enthusiasts from around the globe. There are numerous convenient vacation rental options for those embarking on a ski-focused trip, but staying at Sundial through All Seasons Resort Lodging enhances the experience significantly.

Staying at Sundial Lodge in Park City offers a home-away-from-home experience in the heart of Canyons Village. Located just 35 miles from the Salt Lake City airport, it’s the closest base area upon entering town, perfect for starting your ski adventure quickly. Sundial features luxurious rentals with modern amenities, stunning views, and ski-in/ski-out options to maximize your time on the slopes. Located in a family-friendly area, you’ll be close to local events, ski stores, and shops for all your needs and entertainment. With direct access to the Red Pine Gondola or the heated Orange Bubble Express chairlift, making the most of your time here is effortless.

Proximity to Slopes You’ll Want to Explore

Maximizing your ski fun is all about logistics, and staying at Sundial in Park City puts you at the center of it all. Guests at Sundial have three lift options: the Red Pine Gondola, the Sunrise Lift, and the Orange Bubble Express.

If you want to spend time at the Park City Mountain Village base area, it’s only 4.2 miles away, and Deer Valley Resort is just 6 miles from your door.

The Canyons Transit Hub at the bottom of the Cabriolet Lift is convenient for your travels. Bus 101 runs every 15 minutes from 5:50 a.m. to 11:35 p.m. to Park City Mountain, Deer Valley, and the Old Town Transit Center. For a direct route to the Old Town Transit Center, you can take Bus 10. Additionally, the Canyons Village Connect Service offers on-demand guest transportation within the Canyons Village area.

Snowboarding at Canyons Village

Ski-in/Ski-out Fun Ahead

An abundance of ski-in/ski-out fun awaits when you head to Park City and stay at Sundial. At Park City Mountain Resort, you can spend your winter days skiing and snowboarding across over 7,300 acres of varied terrain, including tree-lined runs, powdery slopes, and challenging moguls. The mountain offers trails for beginners, intermediates, and experts, along with options to book lessons and rent gear.

Meanwhile, Deer Valley Resort offers an exclusive skiing experience with limited lift tickets to ensure a peaceful day on the slopes. Deer Valley features more than 2,000 skiable acres and receives an average of 300 inches of snow annually, guaranteeing ideal conditions. Additionally, guests at Deer Valley have the unique opportunity to book lessons with Olympic skiers.

Lodge Specifics to Look Forward To

Sundial is a welcoming ski-in/ski-out luxury lodge offering guests a choice of studio suites, as well as 1- and 2-bedroom condos. This lodge overlooks Canyons Village’s numerous shops, eateries, and gear rental boutiques, ensuring you have quality equipment for the slopes.

The spacious rentals are conveniently located on the plaza and feature kitchens, fireplaces, large bedrooms, and private balconies. Sundial also boasts an array of community amenities, including a ski valet to store your ski equipment, outdoor heated pools, fire pits, hot tubs, BBQ grills, and a fitness center.

Each rental is equipped with climate control and free Wi-Fi for your convenience. The lodge provides paid underground parking and elevator access, making your ski getaway hassle-free.

 

Sundial Lodge C407 Loft

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All year long, Park City is where you can count on enjoying amazing eateries, top-notch shopping stops, and inspiring galleries and museums. No matter what your travel interests might be or what your picture-perfect itinerary entails, Park City is designed just for you.

The following is your insider’s Park City travel guide to get you started on your next amazing journey.

Planning a trip to beautiful Park City, Utah, is always an exciting and inviting prospect. Travelers looking to unwind in a place known for its spectacular terrain, amazing city-center entertainment, and easy access to outdoor recreation will find it all waiting for them here year-round. No matter when you arrive in Park City, you’ll find a long list of opportunities for activities and attractions to boost your itinerary. History buffs will love Park City for its rich past, while those who can’t wait to spend as much time in the fresh air will have ample options for heading out and exploring stunning mountain terrain. While winter sees Park City transform into a mecca of fun for ski and snowboard enthusiasts, spring is a prime time to head out on the trails and enjoy awakening wildlife and wildflowers alike. Park City is packed with gorgeous seasonal colors in the fall, while summer beckons visitors from across the map to make the most of the local fun.

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Why Park City is the Perfect Vacation Destination Year-Round

Park City puts incredible natural beauty at your fingertips no matter what season you happen to be visiting. The area hosts a combination of towering mountains and lush valleys that make for an idyllic backdrop whether you’re photographing sun-soaked moments or you’re here when the fresh powder falls on the slopes. In the winter, skiing is a top reason visitors head to Park City, thanks to Park City Mountain Resort being the largest resort in the USA. Nearby, Deer Valley Resort is equally appealing, and both destinations are known for great lessons, convenient ski rentals, lovely lodges, and slopes that are suitable for ski enthusiasts of all skill levels. Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling are also popular wintertime activities across Park City, in addition to sleigh rides, dog sledding, or ice skating. Winter is a tremendously family-friendly time in Park City, with activities that appeal to travelers of all ages.

For those passionate about pursuing the past, Park City is a place where you can spend ample time exploring local history. Destinations like the Park City Museum on Historic Main Street bring the stories of eras gone by to life right before your eyes. Over at Utah Olympic Park, athletic history is on full display, and options to try bobsledding for yourself or get a great view from the top of a Nordic ski jump. Whether you’re settling into one of Park City’s cozy spas, making the most of amazing local eateries, or spending time exploring the great outdoors, it’s an all-seasons destination you won’t want to miss.

Houses by a mountain

Getting to Park City is an Easy Process for Travelers

If you’re flying into Park City to enjoy time away in style, you’ll want to be sure to make plans to fly into the Salt Lake International Airport. This destination is just 35 minutes from Park City by car, and there are shuttle options offered on-site and car rental kiosks if you prefer to personalize your transportation during your stay. Other nearby and smaller airport options to pick and choose from include the Heber Valley Airport, the Atlantic Aviation Airport, and the TAC Airport. While these locations are closer than Salt Lake International Airport, they’re more specific to smaller private jets.

Customize Your Options for Getting Around Once You’re Here

When you’ve made your way to Park City, and you’re looking forward to getting the fun going, the good news is that getting around is a breeze. For all of the amazing entertainment available here, Park City is a relatively small town. Depending on where you’re staying and your exploration plans, you might be able to skip a vehicle altogether. Destinations like the Deer Valley base or the downtown area provide guests with easy shuttle access throughout the year and are extremely walkable in the warm weather months. Areas like Canyons Village and Kimball Junction sit a bit further out, and if you’re staying in these neighborhoods, a rental car is recommended. Park City hosts a free, efficient public bus system you can enjoy while you’re here, and downloading the Park City mobile bus app makes it simple to track your routes according to where you want to go. Uber and Lyft both operate in Park City as well if you want to leave a rental car out of the scenario and prefer to have others do the driving instead.

Car driving down road

Seasonal Events to Enjoy in Park City

No matter when you arrive in Park City, this destination is packed with festivals and events that make your getaway even more memorable and fun. If you’re traveling to Park City toward the end of January, you’ll be on time to participate in the highly anticipated Sundance Film Festival. Park City is transformed into a cinephile paradise for 10 days this time of year, offering opportunities to enjoy one-of-a-kind films across genres.

In early February, the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup comes to town, giving some of the planet’s most talented freestyle skiers a place to showcase their skills. March and April mark the winding down of ski season and the arrival of the Spring Grüv. This event includes a pond skimming event open to costumed skiers and snowboarders looking to set new records in the name of end-of-ski-season fun.

April sees the Wasatch Film Festival open in Park City, while June travelers can enjoy the Savor The Summit experience, which puts the best area street food on full display down Main Street. In August, the Kimball Arts Festival is a must-visit gathering, while Independence Day is celebrated in patriotic style in Park City, complete with parades, activities, races, fireworks, and more.

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As temperatures begin to cool in mid-September, Park City travelers can enjoy Autumn Aloft. You’ll want to turn your eyes to the skies for this event which sees more than 20 hot air balloons take flight in tandem. If you’re heading this way in September or mid-October, you’ll be in the right place to take advantage of scenic fall foliage trails and drives.

If you’re ringing in a new year in Park City, the annual Torchlight Parade at Deer Valley is an illuminating tradition that might be the highlight of your visit.

Street in small town

Day 1

If you’re fortunate enough to have three days to spare in Park City, you’ll want to start your first day here by fueling up with a savory breakfast in your Park City vacation condos you booked through All Seasons Resort Lodging. Making the most of the first meal of the day is a delight when you book a property option with a full kitchen and great views included.

Once you’re ready to head out and explore, you’ll dedicate the beginning of your first day to mountain biking adventures at Park City Mountain Resort. While these trails are ideal for skiing and snowboarding in the winter, the warm weather months in Park City see the snow melt away to reveal world-class mountain bike trails below. The mountain biking trails at Park City Mountain Resort are suitable for adventurers of all skill levels, and lessons and guided outings are available upon request. Don’t worry about having to pack your own gear, as mountain bikes can easily be rented for the day here too.

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If you’re traveling with the entire family in tow, pick up your Adventure Pass at Park City Mountain, and you’ll find something for everyone to enjoy after your time on the trails. Your pass gives you access to areas where you can try your hand at gem panning, mini golf, and time on the thrilling alpine slide. This gravity-drive mountain coaster sits on tracks, and you can enjoy the route which is similar to a bobsled course at your own pace with options to reach up to 30 mph.

Once you’ve tried the slide a few times, head over to Park City’s Historic Main Street, where you can enjoy lunch at one of many on-site eateries or cafes, depending on your mood. Once you’ve fueled up again, it’s time to linger in the area and spend quality time shopping the many apparel, souvenirs, jewelry, and art stores. Take time to look around and admire the historic architecture that speaks to a different time and style and has been carefully restored to remain firmly in the present.

Tonight, you can enjoy an elegant evening of dining out at 350 Main Brasserie. Dinner is served here daily between 5:00 pm and 9:00 pm, and you can count on a friendly ambiance as well as great Main Street views. The menu hosts delicious options ranging from Scottish salmon and pan-roasted venison loin to small plates like grilled horn mushrooms or crispy cauliflower. The dessert menu showcases chocolate mousse and Madagascar vanilla crème brûlée alike, so no matter what you order, you’re in for a treat.

Fine dining dish

Day 2

On the second day of your Park City escape, see your breakfast followed up with a trip to the iconic Utah Olympic Park. A trip to Park City isn’t complete without quality time set aside to explore this sprawling destination that’s just as fun in the winter as it is in the middle of summer. Utah Olympic Park is a place for fun. Whether you’re hoping on a bobsled or watching Nordic ski pros train, it’s a place you’ll find yourself inspired. Guests can enjoy the park’s vast green spaces, alpine coaster, zipline, and bobsled when the snow melts. No matter when you head this way, you’ll want to make sure to carve out time to explore the Alf Engen Ski and Eccles Salt Lake 2002 Games Museums. These are located in the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center and admission is free to browse the exhibits and displays. Over at the Alf Engen Ski Museum, you’ll find a variety of interactive displays showcasing the history of skiing and snowboarding in the area. The Eccles Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games Museum is a trip back in time to the 2002 Winter Games, which includes highlights and memorabilia.

After all the outdoor fun, unwind and relax at Atticus Coffee, Teahouse, and Books on Main Street. This downtown destination is charming and always a fan-favorite stop when you’re looking for a good book and hoping to pair a relaxing moment with flavor too. Feel free to settle in with a story and enjoy a homemade scone and coffee while you’re at it. This is a place with something for everyone in the family to enjoy and you might be surprised how much longer you linger than you originally planned.

When you feel rejuvenated after snacks and coffee, take some time to explore Main Street exclusively to indulge your artistic interests. During the 2010 Film Festival, Banksy left his mark across Park City with seven original works, three of which remain to be enjoyed on Main Street today. As you wander along, you’ll find the “Camera Man and Flower” depiction at 402 Main Street, the “Praying Boy” at 537 Main Street, and a work titled the “Dirty Rat” at 328 Main Street on the stage door of the Egyptian Theater.

Exterior view of Egyptian Theater

This evening, enjoy a bold dish at Ganesh Indian Cuisine. Located at 1811 Sidewinder Drive, this eatery serves up authentic Indian fare and is open daily from 11:00 am until 2:30 pm before re-opening for dinner between 4:30 pm and 10:00 pm. Service is always friendly at Ganesh Indian Cuisine and options like spicy tandoor chicken and tika masala never fail to delight. It’s a family-friendly restaurant that also has a wide variety of vegetarian and vegan options to choose from as well.

Day 3

The last day on our Park City travel guide includes a chance to spend a morning exploring the beauty and tranquility that await at the Park City Gardens. Whether you’re a green thumb enthusiast or you’re just looking for a great place to stroll and enjoy the view, Park City Gardens has you covered. This destination is open year-round and hosts an impressive inventory of gardening gear, blooms, and flower beds to admire. There’s a Garden Boutique on-site where you can explore floral designs or participate in a workshop, depending on when you arrive. In the nursery, you can pick up your starter plants for your own garden or admire trees, shrubs, perennials, and annuals on-site.

When you’re ready to head out and explore further, enjoy a quick lunch before heading to the Mcpolin Farm. Mcpolin Barn is a popular photo opportunity in town and a beautiful place to linger in good company. After taking your photos, you’ll want to leave plenty of time to end your day at the Jordanelle Reservoir. Located a mere 20 minutes south of Main Street Park City, the Jordanelle Reservoir is a great place to enjoy fishing and boating or just sitting waterside and soaking up the sun. Thanks to the large wake-free zones, many visitors head here to make the most of an afternoon or evening of stand-up paddleboarding. Don’t leave without dropping by the visitor center here too.

Resevoir

Tonight, go to 710 Bodega to enjoy an evening of delicious Spanish tapas. 710 Bodega is located at 710 Main Street and is open from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Feel free to enjoy Seville’s flavors when you swing by to order options like crispy duck spring rolls or house paella. When paired with a beer or homemade sangria, this might be a place that you long to return to before you’ve even left.

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Any time of year, the urge to travel strikes, and you’ll find endless reasons to travel to scenic Park City, Utah. In the wintertime, Park City is a mecca for ski enthusiasts looking to make the absolute most of downhill fun. In the summer, Park City is packed with opportunities to get out and explore mountain terrain bursting with wildflowers, wildlife, and unique adventure options. When fall rolls around, visitors head this way to make the most of amazing foliage and spectacular seasonal colors.

However, it’s hard to overlook the vast appeal of a spring Park City getaway. With picture-perfect weather, outdoor adventure, and access to shopping and dining, spring is an amazing time of year in Park City, with refreshing options for customized fun that are hard to top. Whether you’re here for a few days or lucky enough to enjoy an extended stay, you’ll find Park City in the spring is a place that’s likely to bring you back time and again. Home to over 150 restaurants, bars, boutiques, and name-brand stores to check out, a spring shopping journey to Park City is always within reach. Of course, if you’re here for the great outdoors, you’ll find Park City is home to beautiful hiking and biking trails and landscapes ideal for nature photographers. No matter your travel interests, spring is an idyllic time of year to head this way.

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A Spring Getaway with a Focus on Ski Fun Is an Option

It’s easy to assume that the ski slopes are closed for business when spring arrives, but in Park City, this isn’t the case! While the official first day of spring this year is March 19, the slopes at Park City Mountain Resort aren’t slated to close until around April 23. Visitors heading this way for a spring stay can easily try many ski runs and get out on some hiking trails. Park City is certainly a mecca for snowboarders and skiers who are looking for an incredible and world-renowned destination to hit the slopes. Heading here in the spring has the distinct advantage of warmer days, so you can easily extend your time on the snow comfortably.

Utah has a reputation for its powder snow, and the Park City Mountain ski area is no exception to the rule. Known as the largest ski area in the U.S., it’s a place where you can spend days exploring and still not feel like you’ve covered it all. While Park City Mountain Resort is a wonderful place to relish the views and outdoor fun, nearby Deer Valley Resort, just a few minutes away from Main Street, is just as inviting. This ski-only locale is loved by those looking for a bit more of an intimate ski setting in the spring, complete with meticulously maintained trails, limited lift tickets, and gourmet dining in the elegant on-site lodges. Whether you’re someone who skis every year or looking to learn for the first time, a ski spring trip to Park City is exactly what you need to enjoy.

Aerial view of city street and mountain

Getting to Park City in the Springtime

A Park City trip in the spring is a chance to make the most of the city’s scenic surroundings coming to life in new blooms. Park City is located within the impressive Wasatch Mountain range. Many travelers fly into Salt Lake City International Airport when heading to Park City in the springtime, thanks to the many non-stop flights served here. Once you land, it’s just a 35-minute shuttle ride to Park City, or you can rent a car at the airport and enjoy the journey at your own pace.

Why You’ll Love a Spring Park City Getaway

While making your way to Park City in the spring for a vacation is always a delight, those couples who are looking to say, “I do,” won’t want to overlook the fact that this gorgeous mountain town is the ideal place for a destination wedding this time of year too! If you’re looking for a place to host your nuptials with a breathtaking natural backdrop in place and an array of eateries to accommodate your pre- and post-wedding needs, Park City checks every box on the list. From unforgettable outdoor ceremonies to rustic-chic indoor settings, you can create a picture-perfect spring wedding day in Park City that you will never forget.

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For those spending time in Park City in the spring to focus on travel fun, you’ll find it’s a place rich in history no matter where you turn. Park City was a thriving mining town before it was a popular ski town, and today, many historic buildings and landmarks remain well-preserved and intact for visitors to explore. The beauty of a Park City spring getaway is that you can learn more about these historic stops long before the summer crowds roll into the city.

You won’t want to miss the mining-era-style buildings that make up historic Main Street or the remnants of mining operations out on the trails. Beyond history, spring in Park City is a great time to shop for seasonal sales and enjoy time at the many art galleries that adorn the city. There are charming bookshops to check out and coffee shops that will keep you energized for your spring fun ahead. Dining is a world-class experience in Park City whether you’re looking forward to local fare, après-ski specialties, or dishes inspired by far-away destinations. Planning a spring getaway that fits your travel style is a breeze in a city with so much to offer.

Exterior view of Egyptian Theater

 Seasonal Events to Enjoy While You’re Here

Spring in Park City is a time to enjoy fun festivals and events of all kinds! As ski season begins to wind down, a fan-favorite annual event this time of year is Park City Mountain’s Spring Grüv. Adored by locals and visitors alike, this spring gathering includes pond skimming competitions at the resort, where participants try to skim across an icy pond on snowboards and skis with fun prizes for the best performers included. Don’t be surprised to see some wacky costumes included in this one-of-a-kind event! Spring also marks the arrival of a seasonal free concert series at the ski resorts. These are wonderfully entertaining and great for everyone in your traveling crew.

Day 1

If you have three days for a spring Park City getaway, be sure to enjoy breakfast on the first day of your stay in your Park City vacation home booked through All Seasons Resort Lodging. Once you’re fueled up for the fun ahead, it’s time to hit the slopes in style. At Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain Resort, you’ll find blue sky days are the norm during a spring getaway. There’s still plenty of fresh powder to go around, but the warmer temperatures will motivate you to spend even more time trying the trails and runs that await. Start the day with a lesson alongside a pro if you’re new to skiing or could use a refresher before testing your skills. There are plenty of gear rentals on-site, so you don’t have to worry about overpacking if you don’t want to invest in your own skis, poles, and boots. If you want to enjoy some of the best seasonal skiing opportunities, add the south and east-facing runs to your itinerary early in the day when they’re a bit soft and offer amazing options for flying down the slopes at breathtaking speeds.

Snow on ski slope

After you’ve had your fill of fun on the snow, head over to an après ski stop like Drafts Sports Bar & Grill at Park City Mountain’s Canyons Village to curb any cravings you’ve earned along the way. Afterward, you’ll head downtown to do quality shopping alongside family and friends. Here, you’ll have options to browse everything from custom apparel, jewelry, souvenirs, home goods, décor, and more.

Once your bags are full, enjoy time at the High West Distillery this evening. Located at 703 Park Avenue, the High West Distillery is open from 11:00 am until 10:00 pm daily and is a ski-in gastro distiller that offers tours, American classic dishes and even facility tours upon request. There’s indoor and outdoor seating to enjoy and whether you opt for the Rocky Mountain trout, tacos, burgers, or schnitzel, your tastebuds are in for a treat.

Day 2

The second day of your stay in Park City begins with a beautiful spring morning breakfast at The Eating Establishment. Head over to 317 Main Street to enjoy traditional breakfast classics like French toast, pancakes, waffles, hashbrowns, omelets, and delicious coffee in a cozy dining room setting. They open up at 8:00 am so you can get a good start on your day. You’ll want to eat early because after you’re full, it’s time to head up, up, and away with the team at Utah Balloon Flights. Headquartered at 6065 Silver Creek Road, Utah, Balloon Flights is helmed by Chief Pilot Derek, who is ready and waiting to help you enjoy an amazing adventure that’s one-of-a-kind over the mountains and surrounding valleys. Flight is a passion at Utah Balloon Flights, and this hot air balloon ride might be the highlight of your stay. Private hot air balloon experiences are available upon request, and no matter what, you won’t want to forget your camera for this adventure.

Once you’re back on the ground, it’s time to dive into history at the Park City Museum. Make your way to 528 Main Street to enjoy an hour exploring the museum’s many exhibits and displays showcasing Park City’s unique past. There’s also a research library on-site, as well as an archival collection and opportunities to access the city’s first jail, which is still in place here!

Museum hall with painting

After the museum, take some time to indulge your creativity over at the Kimball Art Center. This artistic center in town is a great place to browse various rotating special exhibits or sign up for studio time or a class. There are programs on-site for children and adults alike throughout the year, whether your interest lies in pottery, painting, or sculpture.

Tonight, you and your crew will want to be sure to reserve your place for dinner at Riverhorse on Main. Found at 540 Main Street, Riverhorse on Main is an elegant eatery with live music most evenings that’s open daily from 5:00 pm until 9:00 pm for dinner with extended hours on Fridays and Saturdays until 9:30 pm. While their pasta, seafood, and meat selections are sure to delight, you won’t want to leave without trying something off their impressive global wine list as well.

Day 3

Today, savor a delicious breakfast at The Bridge Café and Grill at Town Lift located at 825 Main Street. They’re open from 8:00 am until 6:00 pm, so you have time to sleep in and make it more of a brunch if you choose to. When you’re full and ready to go, you’ll team up with White Pines Touring Company pros to enjoy a fat bike outing alongside a knowledgeable and friendly guide. These custom tours are a great way to get out and enjoy Park City’s spring scenery even when the trails are a bit muddy from snow melt.  There are also guided hikes available through White Pines Touring if you want to slow things down and focus on wildlife watching.

Moose

After your adventures in the great outdoors, head back towards the city center to enjoy some time at Utah Olympic Park. This family-friendly locale is home to bobsled experiences, zip lines, and a museum to tour on-site. After a quick lunch, you’ll want to make your way to the Egyptian Theater at 328 Main Street to enjoy a show. This historic stop welcomes amazing acts, performances, and concerts year-round, making it a must-add to your itinerary in the spring.

Top off your Park City trip this evening with a dinner at Bartolo’s Park City. Located at 1241 Center Drive, Bartolo’s Park City is found within the Newpark Town Center and is a one-stop resource for amazing Italian classics, focusing on mouthwatering pasta. Entrees like Idaho trout almondine and seasonal risotto are always a treat, and you can’t go wrong with the burrata, chicken parmesan, or cioppino.

FAQ

What is Park City’s Elevation?

Park City is approximately 6,800 feet above sea level, and many of the accommodations within Deer Valley are located above 8,000 feet.

What can I do to prevent any altitude sickness during my spring stay?

We recommend drinking plenty of water while you’re here and balancing your high-energy fun in the mountains with some leisurely activities.

How far is it from Park City to the Great Salt Lake?

Park City is just a 45-minute drive from the Great Salt Lake, making it a popular day trip option for spring travelers.

How warm is Park City in the spring?

A typical spring day in Park City sees average daily highs lingering between the 50s and 60s, while evening temperatures can drop to the low 30s. Layering is recommended when packing for a trip to Park City this time of year.

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A Park City getaway is something travelers can look forward to enjoying any time of year there’s time to spare in the name of vacation fun. However, if you’re fortunate enough to be heading in this direction over Valentine’s Day, you’ll find it’s the perfect place to make special memories that are bound to last a lifetime. Whether your adventures are best enjoyed in the great outdoors, exploring city-center entertainment, or filled with flavor, Park City is packed with options for tailoring your Valentine’s Day experience to your ideal sense of travel style. The following are a few of the top ways to make this Valentine’s Day in Park City extra memorable in 2024 when travel plans bring you to this scenic and exciting destination.

Infuse Flavor into Your One-of-a-Kind Getaway

If you can’t imagine a Valentine’s Day trip anywhere on the map without a delicious dinner included in the lineup of activities, you’ll be pleased to find Park City is packed with mouthwatering options to choose from. On February 14, a reservation at destinations like Tupelo on Kearns Boulevard will put you right in the center of a stylish eatery where New American cuisine is served up with elegant flair. Tupelo typically hosts a spectacular Valentine’s Day menu that has included everything from ribeye to filet mignon in years past. There are fun dinner features to look forward to as well at Tupelo like artisanal chocolate-tasting options to add to your experience or wine pairings that bring out the flavor in each and every dish just one sip at a time. If you’re spending time shopping on Main Street this Valentine’s Day and you’re looking for romantic restaurant options in the area, both Grappa and Riverhorse on Main are sure to please the palate. Grappa is a great choice for authentic Italian cuisine while Riverhorse on Main serves up more eclectic dishes paired with fine wines and live music as well.

Take Time to Feel Pampered Alongside the One You Love Most

While you won’t have to look far to find romantic dining options across Park City over Valentine’s Day, there’s something exceptionally refreshing about adding a spa session or two to your itinerary when you’re in town as well. When a little restoration and relaxation would go a long way towards feeling rejuvenated this holiday, there are plenty of local options to pick from. Places like Aura Spa Collaborative, Align Spa, The Spa at Hotel Park City, and Spa Montage Deer Valley are just a few of the many options Valentine’s Day visitors can enjoy during a Valentine’s Day visit. Each offers wonderful sessions whether you’re looking for a facial, a massage, an exfoliating wrap, aromatherapy, a hot stone treatment, or something more! Book your session well in advance of your February arrival to ensure your spot and enjoy the peace of mind you deserve.

Try Night Skiing at Park City Mountain Resort

Valentine’s Day in Park City sees many couples taking to the slopes during the bustling daytime hours. However, if you’re looking to create some special and even more romantic memories during your time here, consider making the most of Park City Mountain Resort’s night skiing options. This can easily be followed up with a savory dinner on-site, making your Valentine’s Day winter adventures that much more tasty and convenient.

Take a Scenic and Savory Day Trip

For many travelers, a trip to Park City is a chance to include a few day trips on the itinerary and a Valentine’s Day adventure is no exception to the rule. When you’re here in February, consider setting aside some time to explore nearby Wasatch Mountain State Park in Midway. Just 25 minutes from Park City via US-189 and US-40W, this state park is a pristine place to enjoy winter wildlife watching together, explore the snowy trails, or simply savor the sights. Along the way, you can elevate the flavor of the experience by swinging by Ritual Chocolate in Heber. They have on-site tasting options available whether you’re excited to try chocolate bars or hot chocolate at its gourmet best. Before you go, be sure to purchase chocolate for the road.

Take a Guided Snowshoe Tour for Two

A wonderful way to make Valentine’s Day extra special in Park City this year is to book a custom-guided snowshoeing tour through the team at White Pine Touring. This company personalizes every outing and friendly and knowledgeable guides expand your horizons in the great outdoors every time you team up. Once you’re bundled up, you can head out on all types of tours from local snowshoeing excursions that stay closer to town or backcountry snowshoeing adventures for couples that are looking for a thrill in the wilderness. The historic snowshoeing tour is ideal for those with a passion for pursuing the area’s past while the moonlight snowshoeing tour is a must when you’re looking to elevate the romance of your outing!

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When travelers make their way to Park City, Utah any time of year, they’re in for an unforgettable adventure. During Christmas, there’s even more for visitors to look forward to enjoying and exploring. This year, when you’re excited to spend Christmas in Park City with family and friends, the following are stops, activities, and attractions you simply won’t want to miss.

Enjoy the Holiday Lights in Park City

For many travelers, a trip anywhere over the holidays comes with a desire to set their sights on amazing Christmas lights displays and a journey to Park City is no exception to that rule. The good news is, there are plenty of sparkling opportunities to add to your agenda. Head over to Canyons Village for some inspiring and colorful light displays that make for amazing photo opportunities. There’s a towering and decked-out Christmas tree to admire as well as thousands of lights dripping off greenery and businesses alike. This light display illuminates Canyons Village through the New Year giving visitors plenty of time to swing by and check it out.

Add a Christmas Performance or Two to Your Itinerary

Knowing you’re going to be enjoying a holiday show can elevate your Park City stay over Christmas even further. When you’re looking forward to a fantastic performance, be sure to book tickets in advance at the Egyptian Theater. The theatre welcomes holiday performances of all kinds year after year in December with fan favorites like “The Celts,” and “A Christmas Carol” taking to the stage in many years past. Check the event lineup today and be sure to book your tickets soon.

Make the Most of Amazing Holiday Shopping Options

Whether you’re on the hunt for something for yourself or you have a few lingering gifts on your list for friends and family, Park City is the perfect place for shopping over the holidays. Start on Main Street which is not only outfitted in amazing Christmas décor this time of year but hosts a plethora of charming shops and eateries to enjoy during your day of holiday retail therapy. Here, you can find everything from apparel and jewelry to handcrafted goods and savory items too. There are toy shops and bookshops galore to explore and the people watching is just as entertaining!

Check Out the Inspiring Ice Displays

One of the more unique activities to add to your Christmas itinerary in Park City is to head over to nearby Midway and explore the annual Ice Castle display. This is a fantastic activity for the entire family to enjoy thanks to the display’s collection of ice sculptures, tunnels, slides, and fountains. If you’re up for some thrills, you’ll be pleased to note that the ice slides are open for trying!

Hop on a Christmas Train

This time of year, sightseeing in Park City is best done via the North Pole Express at the Heber Valley Railroad. This fun and whimsical train experience is one that just might be the highlight of your stay. When you book a ticket to step onboard, you’ll be treated to a 90-minute ride complete with hot cocoa, cookies, a souvenir for kids, and a story time with Santa.

Hit the Christmas Slopes in Style

Park City Mountain Resort is a world-class ski destination and Christmas is a magical time for visitors on the slopes. From the tantalizing trails and convenient lessons to the scenic lifts and après-ski scene, it’s easy to spend all your time celebrating here when the fresh powder falls. Much to the delight of guests, the ski resorts in Park City often host holiday fare to enjoy as well as fun and festive activities. On December 24 the Torchlight Parade is scheduled to delight spectators as ski staff make their way down the slopes after the sun goes down with illuminated flares in hand.

Savor the Moment

If you’re the type of holiday traveler who can’t wait to add as many savory moments to your lineup as possible during Christmas in Park City, this is a vacation destination that simply won’t disappoint. Park City is packed with fantastic restaurants to enjoy over the holidays including top stops like Bartolo’s Park City for Italian, Dos Olas Cantina for Mexican fare, and Tupelo Park City for fantastic comfort food in elegant surroundings.

Book Your Stay Today

Enjoy every moment in Park City this holiday season and make sure you have amazing accommodations to top off your journey in style by booking your rental through the team at All Seasons Resort Lodging. Our property options are sure to keep you close to the Christmas activities and attractions you can’t wait to enjoy, all while infusing the very best of luxury, comfort, and style into your getaway as well. Reach out to our team today to learn more about our inviting and exciting property options in Park City. We can’t wait to help you make more of the experience and look forward to seeing you in Park City this December in the name of holiday fun with family and friends.