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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.

There are years when Thanksgiving traditions are best enjoyed at home and then there are years when it’s endlessly appealing to hit the road or skies in pursuit of holiday fun! This year, consider heading to scenic and exciting Park City, Utah when Thanksgiving comes around and you’re excited to try something new alongside family and friends. Whether you’re looking to infuse flavor, adventure, or ski fun into your Thanksgiving stay, a visit this way is sure to be unforgettable. The following are just a few of the best things to do over Thanksgiving in Park City when you plan a trip for 2023.

Make Sure to Include a Thanksgiving Feast on the Itinerary

When you make your way to Park City, Utah in the name of Thanksgiving fun, you’ll find it’s easy to fill up an itinerary with activities and attractions of all types. That said, this time of year, many visitors are also looking for a place where they can indulge in a delicious Thanksgiving meal and when this is the case, heading to Butcher’s Chop House is always a great place to start. Located at 751 Lower Main Street, Butcher’s Chop House is a popular place to be on Thanksgiving with good reason. Year-round this eatery appeals to those looking to make the most of a robust meal but over Thanksgiving, the mouthwatering goodness heads to a new level of exceptional. Butcher’s Chop House typically hosts a special Thanksgiving menu for guests who book their place in advance. Previous year’s menus have featured everything from a two-course turkey platter and mashed potatoes to candied yams, stuffing, and garlic green beans just to name a few. Of course, no Thanksgiving dinner is complete without dessert and Butcher’s Chop House often offers guests options to pick and choose from pumpkin or pecan pie! This is a family-friendly stop that everyone in your crew is sure to enjoy and they’re serving up savory selections from 2:00 pm until 11:00 pm over Thanksgiving.

Ski Your Way to Amazing Holiday Fun

For outdoor adventurers who can’t imagine anything more wonderful than spending Thanksgiving on the slopes, a trip to Park City this time of year is just the ticket! You’ll find that Thanksgiving and the start of ski season in Park City align perfectly with the slopes opening for downhill fun as of November 17, 2023. At Park City Mountain Resort, you’ll find easy access to trails that are easy to customize to all levels and abilities. If you’re new to skiing and excited to try it this year, there are also many opportunities to sign up for ski lessons at the resort. Even if you don’t participate in the ski fun, riding the lifts can be a scenic thrill! From the terrain parks to the après-ski scene here, there’s a good chance you’ll end up lingering longer than you originally planned this holiday.

Don’t Overlook the Charm of an Exciting Sleigh Ride

Thanksgiving in Park City is exactly the right time to incorporate a few whimsical and magical moments into your stay and that starts with booking a sleigh ride with the team at Snowed Inn Sleigh Company. Situated at 1310 Lowell Avenue, Snowed Inn Sleigh Company is happy to provide guests with 20- to 30-minute rides over Thanksgiving in a horse-drawn carriage. These outings are never canceled due to weather, so you’ll want to bundle up for the fun and enjoy the fact that cozy blankets are certainly included! While the thrill of the sleigh ride experience is hard to top, the fact that you’ll be gliding past stunning mountain terrain only makes it that much better. Afterward, there are options to pair your sleigh ride with a dinner in a western-style lodge complete with live music. Either way, it’s an experience well worth adding to your Thanksgiving to-do list.

Relish Some Retail Therapy

There’s truly no better time than Thanksgiving to get a head start on holiday shopping and when you find yourself in Park City this time of year, you’ll be in a prime place to relish some retail therapy. The historic downtown is a top spot for shoppers to browse big-name brands and one-of-a-kind boutiques as well. Whether you’re on the hunt for jewelry, crafts, home goods, or apparel, there’s no shortage of options across Park City. The good news is that if you focus your shopping efforts downtown, you’ll also enjoy easy access to an array of restaurants and cafes, too.

Your Luxurious Accommodations for Thanksgiving in Park City

Make more of every single moment in Park City this Thanksgiving when you make it a point to book luxurious accommodations through All Season Resort Lodging. Our team is here to help you find exactly the home-away-from-home experience you’ve been looking for and we’re happy to handle the details while you focus on the holiday fun ahead. Reach out to learn more and to get started!

While some travelers look forward to the coming winter season with anticipation, others are happy to leave the cold and snow far behind and retreat to warmer destinations in the name of fun. If you’re the type of adventurer who tends to fall into the latter category, a winter trip to Pacific Beach San Diego is the right option for you! This captivating vacation destination is one that’s loved by visitors all year long, but during the wintertime, there’s something wonderful knowing you can embrace the best of summer fun activities while others are bundled up in parkas elsewhere in the country. Home to beautiful landscapes, a vibrant array of attractions and landmarks as well as a seemingly endless lineup of activities to enjoy, Pacific Beach is a place where it’s a simple thing to customize your winter stay according to your very own travel style. With an irresistible beach vibe waiting to be enjoyed, the following are a few of the top reasons to plan a Pacific Beach getaway this winter beyond the lack of snow!

The Beautiful Beaches

It’s hard to deny that the beautiful beaches that adorn Pacific Beach are a huge draw for winter travelers. If you’re someone with a passion for sun-soaked afternoons watching the waves roll in or enjoying a game of sand volleyball, Pacific Beach in the winter is a small piece of paradise. You’ll have miles of sand to explore along the Pacific coast and blue waves beckoning when you’re looking to cool down in style. All in all, it’s a picture-perfect place to land when you want to leave thoughts of plummeting temperatures and snowflakes far behind.

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Options for Outdoor Recreation

When you visit Pacific Beach in the winter, you’ll have a long list of options for outdoor fun waiting for you upon arrival. Pacific Beach is a great place to spend time in nature enjoying the fresh air and soaking up spectacular coastal sights. Many visitors who head this way in the winter choose to spend time exploring Tourmaline Surfing Park, taking surf lessons, renting a bike and hitting the trails, or strolling along the iconic boardwalk. Bird watching is prime in Pacific Beach in the winter while a trip to Crystal Pier on rollerblades brings a sense of true California culture into your San Diego winter getaway! Don’t forget to visit during the San Diego International Auto Show or the Wine and Food Festival!

Luxurious Relaxation

While Pacific Beach is a beautiful place to explore and enjoy the great outdoors in the wintertime, it’s also an ideal locale for those who are looking to relax and unwind in style. Winter is the perfect time of year to check out the city’s many refreshing and luxurious spa options. Whether you’re looking for a facial, a massage, an exfoliating treatment, or aromatherapy, there are ample options to choose from. Pacific Beach Med Spa, Longevity Lounge, and Kiwi Spa Organic Facial Innovation are just a few of the many to start with. After a spa day, you can follow up your luxurious and relaxing adventure with time shopping at the many boutique storefronts that adorn Pacific Beach as well. In the evening, top things off with a leisurely picnic at Kate Session Park which is filled with gorgeous green spaces and offers up wonderful views to end your day on a sweet note.

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The Fantastic Flavor

Foodies will find reasons to return to Pacific Beach beyond the winter season when they realize just how many options there are available to enjoy. Whether you’re looking for upscale dining options or casual eateries, savory moments are well within reach throughout the winter. Square Pizza Co. is great for a quick slice while sweet moments await at Baked Bear. The Pacific Beach Fish Shop serves up customized takes on seafood while the Iron Pig Alehouse is a must for mouthwatering BBQ selections.

Amazing Winter Accommodations

A trip to Pacific Beach San Diego in the winter is a chance to elevate your stay in luxury and style when you book amazing accommodations through All Seasons Resort Lodging. Our lineup of Pacific Beach vacation rentals is vast and varied so winter travelers can always customize their stay according to travel style and preferences. In our cozy abodes by the sand with modern aesthetics overlooking the water, guests will find tailoring their accommodations to meet their needs and exceed expectations is a breeze. Winter property options across Pacific Beach offer great views, world-class amenities, and plenty of space to roam and relax at will. There are even options to book a stay with access to the beach, pools, hot tubs, and entertainment centers too.

Book Your Pacific Beach Getaway Today

When you’re ready to turn your winter getaway plans to Pacific Beach into a reality, the team at All Seasons Resort Lodging is here to help make it happen. Reach out today to learn more about our many exciting options including our winter rental collection that’s sure to thrill!

Park City is a picture-perfect vacation destination year-round for travelers, but when you’re one for cold-weather fun, winter is the very best time to head this way. The following activities are just a few reasons you should start planning your Park City winter journey today!

 

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Hit the Slopes in Perfect Winter Style

Ski season at Park City Mountain Resort opens November 17, 2023, kicking winter off in the area with fresh-powder fun!If you’re a traveler who can’t wait to spend as much time as possible enjoying downhill thrills when winter rolls around, a trip to Park City is sure to inspire. Park City offers ski-focused guests access to more than 426 downhill trails sprawling across 9,326 acres of terrain.

A winter ski getaway is an opportunity to check out the very best of Park City Mountain Resort as well as the exciting runs available at nearby Deer Valley Resort. Both offer an array of trails that are suitable for skiers of all skill levels, as well as options to book ski lessons if you’re hitting the slopes for the very first time this winter.

You can even head over to Round Valley, White Pine Touring, and Utah Olympic Park to enjoy cross-country skiing options this time of year! No matter how you choose to spend your time, winter in Park City is a time to relish winter sports recreation experiences.

Enjoy Time at Utah Olympic Park

Utah Olympic Park is a year-round treat for travelers heading to Park City, Utah. During the winter season, it comes with options to book fun park tours as well as bobsled rides! If you choose a personalized tour, your knowledgeable and friendly guide can provide insightful information about bobsledding and skeleton racing.

There’s even an opportunity to take a shuttle ride to the summit of the nearby Nordic ski jumps, which are not for the faint of heart! If you’re lucky, you might see an athlete practicing on the runs, giving you a chance to get an up-close look at amazing athletes training for upcoming events and the Olympics! If you’re up for bobsledding, you’ll find Utah Olympic Park is the perfect place to be this winter. You’ll need to make a reservation in advance for this on-site experience, which is sure to thrill. Bobsleds can reach speeds of up to 70 mph!

After you’ve had your fill of outdoor thrills, head to the Alf Engen Ski Museum at the park, which provides a place to browse a collection of exhibits and displays tracing the history of skiing in the area.

Spend Some Quality Time Tubing and Sledding

While many winter travelers associate Park City with world-class skiing in the winter, it’s also a great place to enjoy some quality time tubing and sledding with family and friends.

This is especially true if you head over to Woodward Park City. All the equipment you’ll need can be rented on-site to make the most of the fun available on no less than 10 meticulously maintained tubing runs. Woodward Park City is like a giant playground, complete with foam pits, trampolines, skateparks, and a magic carpet ride to bring you to the top of the tubing lanes.

After you’ve made a few runs and you’re looking to warm up, you can make your way to the on-site indoor cafeteria, where hot chocolate and snacks are readily available to savor while you watch people jump and flip into foam pits, jump on trampolines, skateboard, BMX, and scooter.

Once you’ve refueled for fun, take some time to enjoy free sledding on the hills at the Park City Ice Arena.

Don’t Overlook Snow Bike Fun

Park City’s many scenic mountain trails are endlessly appealing to bikers in the summertime. The good news is that even when winter rolls around, you won’t have to put the bike away!

Fat tire biking is a popular activity for visitors and locals alike to enjoy in Park City this time of year, and there are plenty of places to rent the gear you’ll need to enjoy your time outdoors. All Seasons Adventures and Jans Mountain Outfitters are just a few of the many great places to start before you head out to explore Round Valley or the Rail Trail in Park City.

Put Your Balance to Work and Make the Most of Ice Skating Adventures

Whether you’ve been ice skating since you were little or it’s your first time on skates, it’s a quintessential winter activity that’s just as enjoyable in Park City this time of year. Visitors heading this way will have their choice of not one but two spectacular ice rinks to check out while they’re in town.

Park City Mountain Resort hosts an outdoor ice skating rink at the Mountain Village all winter long that’s ideal for those who are looking for a casual and fun outing with family and friends. For those feeling more serious about an on-the-ice experience, try the Olympic-size ice rink at Park City Ice Arena, which is open to the public year-round.

Book Your Park City Winter Stay in Style

No matter when travel plans bring you to Park City this winter, you’ll find amazing accommodations to match through All Seasons Resort Lodging. Reach out today to learn more about our exciting and inviting property options available, or check out our Frosty Winter Savings! And make sure to book a stay during the Snow Globe Stroll or Park City Wine Festival!

Anytime travelers have the opportunity to head out and make the most of a scenic Park City, Utah stay, they’re certainly in for an unforgettable journey! Park City is packed with options for customized fun, whether you head here when the snow falls, and the ski slopes are at their best or you’re making the most of a warm weather journey with time set aside for exploring mountain trails. From shopping and dining to amazing museums, tours, spas, and festivals, Park City is a year-round getaway destination designed to thrill. Picking the right place to stay can elevate your experience even further. The next time you’re in town and excited to enjoy your time, be sure to set your sights on a Kimball Junction, Park City stay. The following five reasons will expand on why that’s an amazing idea with each and every visit!

1. The Prime Location

Kimball Junction is a neighborhood of Park City that’s conveniently located near I-80. Oftentimes, it’s viewed as the area of Park City that acts as a link between Old Town and Salt Lake City. The prime location is a key factor in Kimball Junction being an amazing place to land during your Park City adventure. When you book your vacation rental here, you always have refreshingly easy access to the freeway for getting around with ease and customizing your stay without wasting any time on transportation.

Kimball Junction puts you within reach of the exciting stops in Old Town when you’re looking to get out and explore. Right in Kimball Junction, visitors will be able to enjoy convenient retail and commercial spaces that make every day of their getaway a breeze. Kimball Junction hosts boutique shops, grocery stores (Whole Foods, Smiths, Walmart), and big box stores (Best Buy). There’s plenty of parking here if you drive, making your stay that much more convenient.

2. The Nearby Attractions

Once you’re settled into your Kimball Junction vacation rental, you’ll find that this area is absolutely brimming over with exciting attractions and stops to explore! No matter what your interests might be, you won’t have to go far here to find something that thrills. Utah Olympic Park is located within Kimball Junction and is always a highlight experience for travelers. Utah Olympic Park hosts ziplines and a bobsled course, too. It’s a gem for outdoor adventurers from the climbing wall and Nordic ski jumps and ropes course. It’s also a place where you can enjoy browsing the Alf Engen Ski Museum on-site, which showcases the history of Utah’s place in the legacy of the Olympic Winter Games and ski and snowboard history.

Other attractions to check out are the Park City Outlets, Swaner Eco Center, loads of pathways and trails, the World HQ for Skullcandy, the World HQ for Backcountry.com, and Woodward Park City is just down the road. Don’ forget about great local events and festivals too, like the Park City Kimball Arts Festival!

3. Inviting Restaurants and Shops

How you feel when you stay somewhere on vacation makes a big difference in your overall experience. The great news is that those calling Kimball Junction their home-away-from-home during their getaway will enjoy an atmosphere that’s often described as familiar, comfortable, and friendly! The streets throughout Kimball Junction are extremely walkable, giving visitors the opportunity to get out and stroll and really get to know the area at their own pace.

While there are plenty of boutiques like Indigo Highway, Northland Mountain Boutique, and Backcountry’s retail store, there are also locally-owned restaurants like Bartolo’s, Hearth and Hill, and Maxwell’s, and other shops in this area to explore; there are also very familiar name-brand stops that give you a sense of being right at home too. It’s a wonderful balance of comfortable and new—a perfect combination for any getaway

4. Close to Nearby Ski Resorts

If you’re heading to Park City specifically to make the most of the ski season fun, Kimball Junction puts you within perfect reach of the very best slopes this time of year. Ski access is wonderfully simple from Kimball Junction.

While many Kimball Junction guests will choose to use their own vehicles to reach the resorts, there are also options to hop on the public transportation systems at no cost, which serve Kimball Junction and the major ski resorts.

5. Lodging Fit for Every Traveler

No matter what type of home-away-from-home experience you’re hoping to enjoy in Park City, you’ll find options that fit your personal taste and travel style in Kimball Junction. Guests who choose to book their stay through All Season Resort Lodging will enjoy access to Kimball Junction properties that span Crestview Condominiums, Bear Hollow Village.

Bear Hollow is a particularly great place for families looking for spacious, and fully appointed condos to keep everyone feeling right at home upon arrival. All of these property selections enjoy pool access when the weather is right making a stay that much more luxurious and fun! No matter what property you choose, you’ll find rentals here are a testament to space, amazing views, luxury, quality, and style every step of the way.

Book Your Park City Stay Today

Make more of your Park City getaway when you book your accommodations through All Seasons Resort Lodging. Reach out today to learn more about our exciting and inviting Park City vacation condos and homes!

If you’re an outdoor enthusiast looking for a scenic, relaxing getaway, Utah’s Park City is the place to be. This attractive destination lies in the heart of the famous Wasatch Mountains. It offers breathtaking scenery and excellent recreational opportunities. Downtown Park City is a favorite among vacationers since it features a unique blend of attractions for the ultimate getaway experience. Here are six reasons to stay in downtown Park City!

1. Excellent Lodging

Your choice of lodging goes a long way in determining the quality of your holiday. All Seasons Resort Lodging offers some of Downtown Park City’s best accommodation options with ample amenities for an unforgettable stay. Choose from eight exquisite properties, including condominiums and residence collections on Main Street and at the resort base. Enjoy cozy interiors, well-stocked kitchens, and comfortable bedrooms for a home-away-from-home feel. Depending on your rental of choice, you’ll have access to an indoor/outdoor heated pool, a communal hot tub, ski-in/ski-out accessibility, and ski storage. All our properties feature free Wi-Fi, allowing you to stream your favorite movies, shows, or live sporting events. Our properties can accommodate two, four, eight, or twelve guests, making them ideal for a romantic getaway with your partner or a wholesome family holiday.

2. Exquisite Restaurants

Part of what makes the vacation experience so memorable is exploring the local culinary scene. Downtown Park City offers numerous eateries serving an expansive variety of delightful cuisine. Harvest is one of the town’s best spots for a sumptuous breakfast. Their morning menu features breakfast brioche, pork and veal sausage roll, avocado toast, and chicken laksa noodle soup. If you’re looking for Park City’s finest Japanese cuisine, look to Yuki Yama Sushi and explore a menu that features crispy tuna tartare, pan-seared red crab, fried shrimp, Wagyu beef, and lamb chops. 710 Bodega Tapas & Wine offers Spanish-inspired dishes, including Spanish tortillas, grilled octopus, steamed clams, and sautéed tiger shrimp. Other downtown Park City dining options include High West Saloon, Grappa, Handle, and 501 on Main.

3. Lovely Stores and Shops

Main Street in Park City features an impressive collection of stores and shops selling an expansive variety of items. Flight Boutique offers quality women’s clothing, including tops, boots, dresses, swimwear, and other items. Kuhl Park City is your one-stop shop for outdoor apparel, including bags, footwear, and extra accessories. Olive & Tweed has uniquely curated collections from designer brands and artisans at affordable prices, while Dijore sells high-end, handcrafted women’s boots. You can also check out Alpaca International Inc., The North Face, and Burns Cowboy Shop for more clothing and shoe options.

4. High West Distillery

High West Distillery is the brainchild of David Perkins, whose expertise in biochemistry led him to establish the company in 2006. What began as a 250-gallon distillery has since grown leaps and bounds, becoming Park City’s foremost whiskey maker. This distillery is unique because it started out as the country’s first ski-in, ski-out distillery (possibly the world). The distillery also features an online store where you can shop for apparel, accessories, gifts, and barware.

5. Historic Main Street

Being near the historic main street is always a nice bonus when looking for places to stay in Park City. This street has many shops and galleries for you to walk down and enjoy, and it also has a very interesting history, with much of that history preserved. Park City was founded as a mining town, and the original businesses on Main Street were originally placed there to entertain bored miners. In order to preserve the history of the area, many of the buildings were preserved. You can see which buildings are historic buildings from the past by looking for the ribbon given to certified historic buildings. You can learn about the history of the area at one of the city’s museums, or if you’re looking for a more fascinating way to learn about the area, book a tour with Park City Ghost Tours. Their focus is ghost stories on Main Street, so you can learn about the mining history and some spooky stories.

6. Delightful Museum and Art Galleries

Downtown Park City offers quick access to a lively social scene, with several renowned museums and galleries offering curated fine art collections, sculptures, and photography. Park City Museum has numerous exhibits, including permanent, changing, and past displays, giving an in-depth look at Park City’s past. Some permanent exhibits include The Dungeon, Skier Subway Theater, Mega Mine and the Days of Ore, and From Around the World. For the ultimate artwork display, Park City offers several art galleries showcasing breathtaking images from different photographers. The Kimball Art Center is an almost 9000-square-foot facility that’s been a Park City resident since 1976. The center features high-quality art exhibitions alongside educational art programs, workshops, and camps. If you’re a photography enthusiast, McMillen Fine Art Photography and David Beavis Fine Art are Park City favorites and showcase mesmerizing collections. Other galleries worth checking out include Trove Gallery, Fatali Gallery, and MANGELSEN Images of Nature Gallery.

Book Your Stay in Park City Downtown Today

Park City is a Utah favorite, drawing hundreds of thousands of vacationers yearly. This picturesque location hosts an impressive list of attractions, including a robust culinary scene, numerous stores and shops, and fantastic art galleries for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. All Seasons Resort Lodging has excellent accommodation options in Downtown Park City for a romantic getaway, a fun-filled family escape, or a thrilling vacation with your pals. Our rentals lie conveniently within the city and offer a cozy space with ample amenities for a relaxed holiday. Contact us today to book your preferred downtown Park City rental and enjoy an unparalleled Utah getaway.

Whether you’re someone who is looking for world-class destinations to explore in the name of skiing when the first snow falls, or you’re an adventurer who is excited to savor time in a place where you can pair outdoor fun with incredible shopping, dining, and museum hopping too—a Park City getaway is sure to call to you! From hosting world-renowned events like the Sundance Film Festival to the charming downtown scene waiting to be discovered, Park City is a place where travelers of all interests, preferences, and tastes can find something wonderful to enjoy. Of course, having amazing accommodations while you’re here makes the getaway even more memorable. At All Season Resort Lodging, we help travelers find their ideal home-away-from-home to enjoy while they’re in town. While all of our property options are designed to inspire, a few really stand out in the crowd. The following are the top 5 reasons to stay in Canyons Village when travel plans bring you this way.

1. There are Multiple Ski-In Ski Out Options to Enjoy

Park City has long been an alluring destination among those who are enthusiastic about hitting the slopes when the fresh powder falls. For many adventurers, maximizing time in the great outdoors in the winter, whether they’re enjoying the trails on skis, snowboards, or tubes, comes down to proximity. That’s what makes Canyons Village a top place to stay during ski season! This area hosts no less than 9 ski-in, ski-out lodging options for travelers to enjoy that make accessing winter recreation a breeze! It also makes it easy to return to luxurious accommodations after a day of slope-side fun and cozy up in style. What could be better?

2. Visitors Can Relish Time in New Accommodations

While the rental options in and around the Park City Mountain Village base area have long been popular with travelers heading to Park City in the name of vacation fun, there’s something to be said for stylish and new surroundings, too. Those who choose to stay in a Canyons Village vacation rental will love that the properties here come with that more new construction feeling, complete with modern furnishings, innovative designs, and style standards that are truly inspiring, too. If you’re in the mood for a stay that speaks to a new aesthetic leaning towards a modern design, you’ll love every second spent in Canyons Village.

3. You Can Savor the Tranquility That Comes with Fewer Crowds

For travelers who are looking to enjoy a relaxed and less crowded Park City getaway experience than they might find on the Park City Mountain Village side of town, booking accommodations in Canyons Village is always a good idea. This area typically hosts fewer people, giving those who stay a sense of refreshing privacy and a relaxed atmosphere that’s hard to beat. With plenty of other folks on the slopes, it can be wonderfully relaxing to return to your Canyons Village retreat, knowing you have more space, peace, and quiet.

4. Location, Location, Location

Just as important as slope-side access for many Park City travelers is being able to easily reach all of the Park City landmarks and hot spots they’re looking to enjoy. This is another reason a Canyons Village stay is so appealing! Parking is simple here, and there’s plenty of space for your vehicle no matter what time of year you arrive. Canyons Village is conveniently located between Old Town Park City and Kimball Junction, allowing travelers to customize their itinerary without any added stress. Making transportation in this area even more appealing is the fact that there are a number of free buses and shuttles that run from the Canyons Village Transit Center and serve a variety of nearby destinations.

5. Amazing Views from a Bird’s Eye View

A Canyons Village stay promises to be convenient, slope-accessible, tranquil, and easy to get around when it’s time to explore. That said, it’s also a wonderful place to call your vacation home-away-from-home when you’re looking to enjoy amazing and unsurpassed views from a bird’s eye view! That’s because it puts those who book a stay within easy reach of the Red Pine Gondola. A ride up this gondola is a chance to savor breathtaking sights and access mountaintop vistas in no time. Start your days here on a high note when you make the Red Pine Gondola your first stop.

Book Your Park City Getaway Today

When you’re excited to turn your Park City travel plans into a well-deserved reality, the team at All Seasons Resort Lodging is here to help. Reach out today to learn more about our incredible lineup of luxurious and convenient vacation rental options available throughout Park City, including our Canyons Village retreats that will inspire. We’re happy to handle the details while you focus on the fun ahead, and we look forward to seeing you in scenic Park City soon!