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Discover the Best Activities for Park City’s Mud Season: A Guide to Off-Season Fun!

The early springtime period in Park City is known as “mud season”. The description is as apt as it is simple: due to the melting snow and the temperatures not yet high enough to dry things out, the area around Park City gets a little muddy.

This, traditionally, makes for something of a slow season for Park City and for doing any of the outdoor activities traditionally associated with the area. There is no opportunity to ski during this time (the resorts are closed and the snow is melting) and summer activities like hiking and biking are difficult-if not impossible-due to the large volumes of mud on the trails.

However, mud season in Park City isn’t a total write-off. There are plenty of activities that you can enjoy during this time, so don’t be put off by the mud! Here are the best things you can do in Park City during mud season.

Enjoy the Restaurants

Park City has no shortage of excellent restaurants, but during the winter or summer seasons, they can be packed to the rafters with seasonal diners, and it can consequently be very difficult to reserve a table. In addition, because they’re in such high demand, prices can be a little higher than they otherwise would be.

During mud season, however, there are far fewer people around. Not only does this make it easy to grab a table at your restaurant of choice, but it also means that a great many of the restaurants are offering discounts in a bid to get patrons through the door. All of this is great for you, and means that you should very much be taking advantage of some of the amazing food on offer in Park City!

Outdoor Dining in Park City at Shabu

Take in a Movie or a Show

Skiing and much of the biking/hiking trails might be out during mud season, but that doesn’t rule out some great indoor activities in the city itself.

Egyptian Theatre in Park City

Image Credit // Egyptian Theatre

Park City Film Series is one of the best places in town to check out movies that you might not otherwise consider. This independent, non-profit arthouse cinema screens a lot of small indie and foreign-language movies, and can make for an interesting (and inexpensive) night out.

If movies aren’t your cup of tea, you might consider heading over to Park City’s legendary Egyptian Theatre. Open since 1926, the Egyptian Theatre was named for the then-recent discovery of Tutankhamun’s Tomb, and was the spiritual successor to the city’s previous two theaters – lost to fire and heavy snowfall, respectively.

The Egyptian Theatre operates year-round, but they go all-out during mud season to accommodate both locals and visitors, with a great selection of amateur theater troupes putting on shows. The legendary Park City Follies also takes place over April and June, with a wide selection of side-splitting comedy shorts to keep theatergoers entertained.

Outdoor Activities Are Still Possible

Spring in Park City might seem like a washout because of all the mud, but the fact is that there’s still plenty of outdoor activities for any intrepid adventurers out there.

Guardsman Pass, for instance, retains snow for longer than lower-lying areas around it, and makes for a great snowshoeing adventure for those who are more physically fit. The Historic Rail Trail also dries out more quickly than other trails in the area, making it an early candidate for a spring bike ride.

Other outdoor activities you might consider during the Park City spring season are kayaking and white-water rafting on one of the many lakes or rivers in the vicinity.

In addition, spring is a great time for birding. With many species of birds migrating at this time, it’s a fantastic opportunity to watch flocks of birds soaring overhead as they return from wintering elsewhere. A popular birding spot is Fish Springs, found on the Pony Express Trail.

nowshoers Racing Across a Snow Covered Field

Sandhill Cranes in Park City, Utah

Explore Park City’s Main Street

If you’re not willing to risk the mud outside, there is no small number of things to do right along Main Street.

In addition to the array of discounted fine dining options and the ability to take in a movie or a show, there are some great shopping opportunities all down Main Street. And because it’s off-season, plenty of them feature generous discounts. This means you can shop ’til you drop without breaking the bank.

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Those interested in the city’s history, meanwhile, will find much to love in Main Street’s Park City Museum. This museum opened its doors in 1981 and delves deep into the mountain town’s rich and diverse history, going all the way back to the mid-19th century when Mormon pilgrims passed through on their way to the site where they would found Salt Lake City.

The museum is a great day out for adults and kids alike. There’s a great activity to keep the little ones engaged, in fact – the “Park City History Detectives” challenges kids to keep their eyes and ears open throughout the museum in order to uncover clues about the history of the town. Adults will also be gripped by the fascinating story behind the founding of Park City, its incorporation as a city in the late 19th century, and its rich tradition of gold and silver mining.

Children Playing at the Park City Museum

Image Credit // Park City Museum

Whatever you’re in the mood for down Main Street, then, you’re sure to find something that scratches that itch!


Though it can be initially easy to write off Park City’s mud season, the fact is that there is plenty to do both in town and out during the muddy spring. It might be the best time of year to catch a show or an indie movie, and the discounts in many of the restaurants make for some great eating without breaking the bank.

And as we’ve seen, a few muddy trails doesn’t preclude getting out there into the great outdoors. Snowshoeing, biking, and water sports are all still on the table, and there isn’t a better time for checking out Utah’s migrating bird flocks!

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Our Picks for Mountain Bike Rentals in Park City

There are hundreds of miles of trails in Park City, just waiting for you to ride them. Mountain biking in Park City is the perfect way to experience the beauty of the Wasatch Mountains. Our carefully maintained trails make Park City Utah’s only gold-level mountain biking destination, according to the International Mountain Biking Association.

Excellent trails demand excellent equipment. To outfit you for your ride, we’ve selected the best mountain bike rentals Park City has to offer.

White Pine Touring

Seasoned professionals and passionate locals, the pros at White Pine Touring offer more than just mountain bike rentals for your Park City adventure. They also offer guided tours for all skill levels and occasions. A simple tour of some of Park City’s most beautiful vistas, a challenging trek along secret hotspots, night biking for a fresh perspective, or even winter fat-tire biking tours are all on the menu. Get a taste of guided touring with one of their weekly free rides.

Even if you aren’t taking advantage of their unmatched local guides, you can still pick up a few local pointers to help you design your own day on the trails.

Top Pick: Guided Rides and Local Tips

White Pine Touring mountain biking guided tour

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Jans Mountain Outfitters

A Park City institution for over 40 years, Jans is your one-stop shop for every conceivable flavor of alpine adventure. You can get outfitted for everything from snowshoeing to rock climbing within these walls, but their expertise in custom-fitted mountain bikes is legendary.

Renting from Jans is more like a trip to a bespoke tailor than a trip to a sporting goods store. They fit your height, weight, sex, shape, level of expertise, and intended ride with each rental. Whether this is your first time on two wheels or you’re in the market for the finest equipment money can buy, Jans will hook you up with exactly the solution you need from their stable of bicycles from Santa Cruz, Specialized, Juliana, and more. They evaluate everything from frame size to gear range and brake design for a unique fit.

Top Pick: Custom Rentals and Selection

Jans Mountain Outfitters Bike and gear rental

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Canyon Mountain Sports

The most convenient place to grab your skis at Canyons Village is also the most convenient place to rent your mountain bike at Canyons Village. Canyon Mountain Sports has the bicycles and gear you need for your perfect ride. They carry a selection of tailored rides from GT, plus a healthy variety of clothing, helmets, gloves, tires, tubes, water bottles, and more.

Canyon Mountain Sports is prepared to equip your entire family for the ride of a lifetime, right on the Village Plaza. You’ll be up on the trail in no time thanks to their on-resort location.

An additional benefit of their central location is that they can service any problems that might arise during your rental. Bend a wheel? Break a chain? Just need a little adjustment to the brakes? They can cure whatever ails your cycle.

Top Pick: Canyons Village Convenience

Mountain Biker on a trail in summer

Legacy Sports

Tucked into the Mountain Village at the base of Park City Mountain, Legacy Sports offers all the convenience of its sister location (Canyon Mountain Sports, above). Legacy Sports is focused on the resort and downtown areas instead of Canyons Village. Rent everything you need for your day on the trails right here. They provide GT bikes, safety equipment, and other essential gear for riders of every age and all levels of experience.

Much like Canyon Mountain Sports, Legacy Sports is available to service your rentals in case you run into trouble, and a central location means you don’t have to haul your bikes far to reach whatever trail you want to ride.

Top Pick: Park City Mountain and Downtown Convenience

woman mountain biking in the mountains in spring

Deer Valley Resort

Deer Valley Resort offers its own fleet of downhill mountain bikes for guest rental. The resort focuses on the grab-and-go convenience of its stock of Rossignol mountain bikes, prepped and ready for whenever you arrive. Drop by anytime at Snow Park Lodge or Silver Lake Village and grab yourself a pair of wheels for a downhill mountain biking adventure. Simply show up, rent your equipment, and proceed to the lifts. It’s that easy! There’s no need to arrange pick-ups and drop-offs, haul the equipment, or worry about anything but going directly from rental to lift.

Top Pick: Deer Valley Resort Convenience

Deer Valley Resort Mountain Bike Rentals

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Park City Bike Demos

Delivery is the ultimate convenience when it comes to mountain bike rentals in Park City. Park City Bike Demos brings your bikes right to the door of your vacation rental and picks them up when you’re done (you still need a way to get them to the trailhead, sadly). These aren’t just any bikes, either. They offer a fleet of the finest mountain bikes on the market from small and medium-sized manufacturers like Rocky Mountain Bicycles, Ibis Cycles, Felt Bicycles, Argon18, and Devinci Cycles.

Every bike is ready for you to try as soon as you check in at your condo, townhome, or vacation rental. You can apply the rental price of your high-end machines directly toward the purchase if you decide you want to take home your own piece of cycling excellence.

Top Pick: Delivery and High-End Rentals

Mountain Biking on a rocky dirt trail in Park City Utah

Park City Bike Demos

After a day of cycling, you need a comfortable place to clean up, unwind, and prepare for another day of adventure. All Seasons Resort Lodging offers spacious, convenient accommodations from Kimball Junction to Main Street. Our unmatched selection of condos, townhomes, and vacation homes let you choose the perfect end to your epic ride. Your trip is protected by our Lowest Rate Guarantee. You can rest easy, knowing you’re always getting the best rate in town.

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The idea of cooking on vacation may not have been appealing prior to the spring of 2020. However, with the way the world is turning (read Coronavirus) it is fair to say, finding the perfect kitchen to flex your newfound culinary expertise is a serious consideration when choosing a private vacation rental.

We’ve rounded up our favorite kitchens from five of our favorite Residence Collection homes that will make your mealtimes memorable while visiting Park City. Without further adieu, let’s get cooking!

Slopeside Vintage Penthouse

Elevating your culinary expertise while on vacation just got a whole new look. Say “hello!” to this Tuscan inspired kitchen-complete with top of the line Viking appliances and a rolling butcher block for easy prep!

Replete with elegance and plenty of space to move around, the kitchen also offers the perfect opportunity to stream virtual cooking classes-like these with Mindful Cuisine!

What we love: 

Seasoned chefs will love the oversized kitchen island, Viking range, and professional-grade appliances.

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Lavish Bear Hollow Village Home

Cooking for many is anything but a chore in this standout kitchen! Treat the chef in your family to a stay in this palatial, 7-bedroom mansion in Park City.

With all the counter space you can desire, prepping post-hike meals for the whole family is a breeze.

What we love: 

A tossup between the wrap-around porches and the massive dining room table-seating ten comfortably! If there ever was a space for entertaining large groups, this is it.

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Empire Avenue Home

This resort-side townhome boasts three floors of excellent mountain style living-with views of Park City Mountain Resort Base area! Craft all kinds of culinary creations in the comfort of a cozy, open-floor living and dining space.

What we love:

The wine cooler and wine rack keep you well-stocked for post-mountain meals! Plus, Empire Avenue Home is also centrally located in the historic downtown neighborhood, allowing for ultimate access to everything Main Street has to offer.

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Deer Valley Ski Resort, Park City, Utah: An Overview

Deer Valley is an exclusive ski resort located in Park City, Utah, and is a mere 38 miles from Salt Lake City. Combining stunning and picturesque slopes with industry-best amenities, impeccable lodging, and instructive ski classes, there’s something for everyone at this stunning resort.

What Is Skiing Like At Deer Valley Ski Resort?

Deer Valley Ski Lift

The resort offers an experience unrivaled by any other in the country. Easily accessible from nearby Salt Lake City, the resort is located on the beautiful Wasatch Range of the western Rockies, and its slopes are immaculately maintained for the best possible skiing experience possible.

Named the US’s best ski resort by Condé Nast Traveler, Deer Valley offers the ultimate family skiing experience paired with unimpeachable customer service. Those eager to hit the slopes will find getting there a trivial matter; the resort’s speedy ski lifts will have you cruising down the mountainside in a matter of minutes, and many of the lodges are ski-in/ski-out, meaning you can strap your skis on and just go!

Is Deer Valley Only For Skiers?

Yes – it is indeed a ski-only resort, and as such, snowboards are not allowed. That said, alpine, telemark, and monoski equipment are all permitted, provided feet are forward-facing and planted side by side. Deer Valley takes its commitment to skiing seriously – it’s one of only three resorts in the United States that are ski-only.

Can You Rent Skis At Deer Valley?

You certainly can. The resort offers top-of-the-line Rossignol ski equipment, all expertly maintained by trained technicians. The resort has two rental shops, both of which have extended opening hours and are conveniently located in the event of your needing to switch out your equipment. It’s also possible to book equipment online and have it ready for you at dispatch stations, obviating the need to waste time picking up your equipment before hitting the slopes.

Got your own equipment? You can make use of the rental shops to have your equipment maintained or waxed for a nominal fee. Whether renting or using your own, the resort ensures that you spend less time worrying about equipment and more time on the slopes.


Is Deer Valley Good For Beginner Skiers?

Yes – the resort is perfect for novice skiers. 27% of the resort’s slopes are rated ‘green’ (extremely easy, flat slopes) and there are multiple areas designed ‘slow ski’ areas, ensuring that novices of any age can get to grips with the slopes without feeling nervous or uncomfortable. Such slopes ensure that there aren’t more advanced skiers zooming past at high speeds, and beginners can feel free to take their time and get their bearings.

The best slopes for beginners are detailed below.

Silver Strike Express

Yes – the resort is perfect for novice skiers. 27% of the resort’s slopes are rated ‘green’ (extremely easy, flat slopes) and there are multiple areas designed ‘slow ski’ areas, ensuring that novices of any age can get to grips with the slopes without feeling nervous or uncomfortable. Such slopes ensure that there aren’t more advanced skiers zooming past at high speeds, and beginners can feel free to take their time and get their bearings.

The best slopes for beginners are detailed below.

Northside Express

The express chairlift of the Northside Express is located just outside the entrance of Deer Valley’s Grand Lodge, making access to the slope child’s play. Another great introduction to skiing in Deer Valley for adults and children alike.

Ruby Express

With a ski lift that will have you at the top of the slope in less than three minutes, the Ruby Express originates at the Empire Lodge and features a gentle, well-maintained slope that’s great for skiing neophytes to sink their teeth into.


What’s The Hardest Run At Deer Valley?

The most talked-about run at the resort is undoubtedly Chute #4. This challenging double-black-diamond (the highest possible slope grade) slope has excellent snow quality, but requires the skier to traverse a wooded area from the ski lift, and sometimes develops cornices that can make navigating the slope treacherous. Definitely one for expert skiers only.

Deer Valley Vs. Park City

A lot of visitors to the Park City area will find themselves wondering if it’s not worth simply staying in the city itself, as opposed to making use of the Deer Valley lodging. While this is certainly something worth considering, staying onsite is a perfectly valid option. The resort not only offers unparalleled customer service that ensures your every desire is sated, it also offers the best variety of ski terrain – with the sort of immaculately groomed slopes that keep beginners and experts alike coming back.

That said, there are a number of options that are close to Deer Valley that are just as good as staying in the resort itself. There are even a few hotels and resorts within Park City itself that, despite their easy access to the city amenities, still offer ski-in/ski-out access! Let’s take a look at two of the better options available within Park City itself.

What’s The Hardest Run At Deer Valley?

The deluxe condos offered at The Caledonian, located in downtown Park City and just over a mile from Deer Valley, are enough to make you want to skip the skiing altogether and just while the day away in front of the fireplace! With fully equipped kitchens for home-cooked meals and hot tubs located on private balconies, staying at The Caledonian is truly living in the lap of luxury.

Of course, The Caledonian still offers quick and easy access to the slopes at Park City Mountain, with ski-in/ski-out access and ski lifts located conveniently close to each condo entrance.

The Caledonian on Main Street Park City During Winter

Winter Exterior Building of Portico Townhome in Park City Utah


Looking for something a little more secluded and rustic? Portico‘s chalet-style cabins bring all the old-world charm of the Swiss Alps to Utah, with private decks and garages, cozy kitchens, and crackling fireplaces to warm you after a hard day on the piste. The best part? Portico is just under a mile from Deer Valley!

Town Lift Condominiums

Combining the best of both worlds, Town Lift offers fast access to the slopes of Park City Mountain while making sure you have all the creature comforts of the city. Located on Main Street in downtown Park City and just over a mile from Deer Valley, Town Lift puts you right at the heart of the action while still ensuring that you can be skiing in a matter of minutes with the Town Lift ski lift.

What’s more, each condo is as fully equipped as any other you’d find in the area, meaning you don’t have to sacrifice even a modicum of comfort for being right in the middle of town. There are even private garages, ensuring that you never have to fight for a parking spot in the streets below.

Exterior of Town Lift Condominiums on Historic Main Street in Park City, Utah

Deer Valley Ski School

Deer Valley’s award-winning ski school makes learning the sport easy and fun. With classes available for both kids and adults, the resort’s experienced instructors offer lessons that are both instructive and entertaining. All lessons are tailored to each student’s ability level and desired goals, and are designed to ensure students hit the slopes as quickly as possible in order to make the most out of their vacation.

Even if you’ve got a few hours on the piste under your belt, it may be worth taking a few classes nonetheless. If you’re at all rusty, brushing up on your technique can ensure that you have a more enjoyable time out on the slopes – and it may break you out of some bad habits that you didn’t even realize you had.

Whatever your decision, it’s worth chatting with one of the resort’s instructors before making any final decisions. A prudent skier is a skier that has a good time!

Deer Valley, Utah Lodging

The resort itself features no shortage of amazing lodges nearby and within the resort grounds itself – so much so, that it can be tough to make a decision about where to stay. When making a decision on Deer Valley, Utah, lodging, it pays to go with All Seasons Resort Lodging – the leading industry experts on Deer Valley Ski Resort lodgings, as well as other nearby hotels and lodges within Park City itself.

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Spring break isn’t all bikinis and beaches. A Park City spring break adventure puts world-class fun at your fingertips-from our three ski areas to our bustling Historic Main Street. You don’t have to head south of the border for fun and sun when there’s so much to enjoy right here in Utah’s favorite mountain playground.

Father and Son Sitting by a Fire in a Snowstorm in Park City

Park City Spring Skiing

Park City may be the place to be in the winter, but it is also a fantastic spring ski destination. By the time March rolls around, the base is buried under the collective product of dozens of winter storms, with frequent dumps of fresh powder throughout the month. You’ll find more than enough snow to keep you skiing throughout the spring ski period.

Since you’re here for the spring, you’ll find less of the bitter mountain chill and more alpine sunshine to go with your time on the runs. Shed a couple of layers as the days heat up for a refreshing ride bathed in the warm glow of the afternoon sun. And, since you are here for spring break, enjoy some time on the beach-the ski beach at Canyons Village! Grab a mug of cocoa and pull up a lounger for some post-ski relaxation. Watch the crowds ski by, stop by Umbrella Bar, or just stretch out and chill. You could even work on your tan if you’re brave enough.

Park City Pond Skim

The annual pond-skimming event is definitely a crowd favorite. On April 8, 2023 at 9 AM, contestants in zany costumes rocket down a jump and attempt to skim all the way across a long splash pool filled with frigid water. While the odd daredevil actually makes it to the other side, most splash down in spectacular fashion to cheering and applause. It is an absolute blast, whether you are an onlooker or a competitor. With prizes for the biggest splash, best costume, and best overall skim, the pond skim always ends up being an epic party with tons of raffles and giveaways! To stay updated on this event, read more here.

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Spring Fly Fishing in Park City

The annual pond-skimming event is definitely a crowd favorite. On April 8, 2023 at 9 AM, contestants in zany costumes rocket down a jump and attempt to skim all the way across a long splash pool filled with frigid water. While the odd daredevil actually makes it to the other side, most splash down in spectacular fashion to cheering and applause. It is an absolute blast, whether you are an onlooker or a competitor. With prizes for the biggest splash, best costume, and best overall skim, the pond skim always ends up being an epic party with tons of raffles and giveaways! To stay updated on this event, read more here.

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Snowshoeing, Snowmobiling and Fat-Tire Biking in Park City

Park City snowmobiling

Spring break is the perfect time to experiment with some of Park City’s other snow-based activities. Whether you’re a lifelong skier or a total newbie, there’s always a new way to enjoy the powder. Break out of your routine and try something fresh. Strike out into the backcountry on a snowmobile. The warmer weather makes a day on snowshoes seem more like a breezy spring hike than a grueling winter march. And you can enjoy the sunny valleys on a fat-tire snow bike on the way to a downtown shopping spree.

Those aren’t even the only ways to enjoy your bluebird day off piste. You can try all kinds of winter transportation throughout the spring, including sleigh rides, dog sledding, and cross-country skiing. Get out there and explore your options-you’re sure to find a novel experience that is just right for you!

Park City Thrill Rides

If you want something with a little more pizazz, Park City also offers some more thrilling spring experiences. For instance, have you ever gone rocketing down the mountain on a bobsled? If not, you can rectify that at Utah Olympic Park. Ride the same course used by athletes during the 2002 Winter Olympic Games on a real bobsled.

That isn’t the only pulse-pounding option in town, either. Over at Park City Mountain, you can hop on the alpine coaster, zipping back and forth across the slopes on your way to the resort base. It’s just like any other roller coaster, except it is powered entirely by gravity instead of a chain lift. A ride on a hot-air balloon might be a little slower, but soaring above the horizon in a little basket is no less breathtaking. Park City Mountain is located just across from Silver King, so guests staying there can easily enjoy these thrilling experiences. If you’re not up for anything quite so exhilarating, an afternoon of tubing up at Woodward Park City is always a blast.

Tubing at Woodward Park City

Tubing is a great way to spend a day in the snow with your friends and family!

Woodward Park City has seven tubing lanes and 1,200 feet of track, making it the longest tubing lanes in Utah. Also enjoy 2 conveyor lifts to get you to the top of the mountain quickly and easily.
You can tube day or night at Woodward! Park City is known as one of the best places to ski and snowboard in the world, so why not add some snow tubing into the mix? It’s perfect for families looking for something fun to do together during their spring break vacation, because it’s suitable for most age groups, and there’s no doubt that it’ll be one of the most entertaining ways you’ll ever slide down a hill.

ASRL employees tubing at Woodward Park City!

Dining and Nightlife in Park City

When you think about spring break, you think about good times with good food and good drink. Fortunately, Park City has an abundance of all three. Historic Main Street is packed with galleries, theaters, shops, restaurants, and bars, and that is just one of Park City’s major hotspots. You can also head north to Redstone Village or Outlets Park City for more of, well… just about everything!

You could spend a month in Park City, eating at a different restaurant for every meal, and still not come close to exhausting the delicious eateries in town. From pizza to sushi, quick eats to gourmet gustatory experiences, if you crave it, Park City has it.

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Despite Utah’s stodgy reputation, Park City is home to a great nightlife scene. High West Distillery, located near the bottom of Main Street, is one of Park City’s premier drinking establishments. Not only were they the first distillery in town after prohibition, they’ve got a top-notch saloon that’s been a local favorite for decades. If rugged frontier whisky isn’t to your taste, you can enjoy everything from sports bars to classy wine and paint nights as you drink your way across town. If you want to stay out all night worry-free, we recommend booking a stay at The Caledonian, which is conveniently located downtown!

Live Entertainment in Park City

Concerts and other live entertainment are a crucial part of any spring break experience. Park City loves to put on a good show. The Egyptian Theater is one of Park City’s most venerable institutions, and they’re always cooking up concerts, musicals, plays, and other experiences. Check their schedule to see what is coming up during your vacation.

During the spring ski season and especially during the Spring Gruv, Park City Mountain is home to frequent free, open-air concerts. The amphitheater at Canyons Village, in particular, is always blasting tunes, including local and national talent. And, since we were just talking about Park City’s bar scene, many of those watering holes also sport live music. The Spur is the perfect place to catch a show to go with your drink.


Book Your Spring Trip to Park City

Your spring break can’t be 100-percent excitement. You need to take a break and relax every now and again. All Seasons Resort Lodging has the perfect place for you to call home during your big spring fling. With an assortment of condos, townhomes, and vacation residences to match any adventure and any budget, we’re your source for Park City lodging. Whether you want to ski in and ski out from the resorts or party all night on Main Street, we’ve got just the thing to make sure your spring break is an unforgettable experience.

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Your perfect Park City spring break awaits. Book your stay now and start getting ready today!

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  1. Opening day at Park City Mountain Resort
  2. Silver Sky Nights
  3. Sundance Film Festival
  4. Ice Castles
  5. FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup
  6. Annual Spring Gruv
  7. Pond Skimming (info coming soon)
  8. Annual Torchlight Parade
  9. Snowfest
  10. Annual Santa Comes Down Town Lift

On The Mountain

Family With Ski Gear at Park City Mountain Base Area

Opening Day at Park City Mountain Resort

Opening Day, November 16, 2022
Opening day at the resorts is far and away the most anticipated date on the calendar. Park City locals and travelers from around the world line up to get onto the slopes as soon as the lifts start running. Ski season usually kicks off around Thanksgiving and winds down by mid-April.

FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup

February 2 – 4, 2023
Olympic hopefuls descend on Deer Valley each year to compete in the Freestyle Ski World Cup. Witness elite athletes tackle moguls and aerials on the same runs used during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. Read More »

Pond Skimming

April 8, 2023

The hillsides aren’t green yet! This cherished annual oddity encourages the most daring and garishly dressed to skim across the freezing-cold waters of a pond dug into the base of a ski run. Hint: most of these costumed daredevils do not walk away dry. Cheer them on, laugh at their wipeouts, and stick around for the donut s’mores.

Off The Mountain

Ice Castle at Night

Sundance Film Festival

January 19 – 29, 2023
A world-renowned film festival that draws tens of thousands of cinephiles, Hollywood A-listers, and all manner of media hangers-on, the Sundance Film Festival is arguably Park City’s signature event. Take in hundreds of screenings, panels, and events throughout the festival. Make sure to bring your selfie A-game for surprise encounters with celebrities as you explore. Read More »

Ice Castles

Opening Day, December 21, 2022
Get in touch with your inner Elsa and live a frozen fantasy when you visit this acclaimed interactive attraction. Created afresh each year by professional ice sculptors, this whimsical frozen castle is a fantastical luminescent escape from the mundane. Located just a few minutes from Main Street, this is an ideal destination for family fun. Read More »

Santa Comes Down Town Lift

December 17, 2023
Each December, Saint Nick descends Town Lift to bring good tidings and cheer to Park City. Spectators small and large are encouraged to bring their Christmas wish lists while enjoying hot cocoa, cookies, and carols.

Base Area

Woman enjoys apres ski at park city mountain resort

Silver Sky Nights

December 16, 2022 – February 18, 2023
The excitement continues hours after the mountain shuts down for the evening! Live music, family events, and fireworks keep Canyons Village lively through the winter nights. Attendance is free and guests of all ages are invited! Read More »


Late December 
Your favorite holiday memories are made here in Park City. Snowfest invites one and all to celebrate the magic of the holiday season with Park City Mountain Resort. You can watch a holiday movie, listen to the carolers, pet the avalanche dogs, watch the fireworks, watch ice sculptors at work, and more!

Spring Gruv

Early March
Get in the groove with the locals and get down to live music and events at Canyons Village Base area. From wacky costumes to ski challenges for charity, the spring season has so much to offer. There’s no other event quite like the Gruv!

Torchlight Parade

December 30, 2022
On Christmas Eve, Park City’s ski and snowboard instructors-led by Santa Claus-carve down the mountain carrying brilliant torches, creating a warm, red glow that can be seen for miles. Complimentary hot chocolate is provided to warm your belly while the festive parade warms your heart. Read More »

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Pacific Beach Worth Visiting

Pacific Beach bars are at the heart of San Diego’s nightlife. Popular with students and surfers, the blocks nearest the beach are packed with plenty of bars ranging from high-end lounges to college dives. There is a bar in Pacific Beach for everyone. Let’s find your perfect watering hole.

PB Shore Club

4343 Ocean Blvd

San Diego, CA 92109

(858) 272-7873


A Group of People Drinking Fancy Drinks at PB Shore Club in Pacific Beach


Pacific Beach has a reputation as a youthful party town. Nowhere is that more true than at PB Shore Club. Whether you’re still taking classes or you graduated before the Backstreet Boys hit the radio, everything you love about your raucous college drinking days can be found right here.

Start with an awesome bar filled with high-energy patrons. Then add the perfect location just across the street from the beach. A recently added balcony gives you a scenic place to drink against a nightly backdrop of the setting sun.

Mavericks Beach Club

860 Garnet Ave

San Diego, CA 92109

(858) 999-0348




Mavericks is where you go if you want it all. With five bars, both indoor and outdoor, scattered around multiple floors and an expansive patio, there’s somebody dispensing drinks just about anywhere you turn. It’s like a whole pub crawl all in one venue.

The entire venue covers 15,000 square feet, every one of them in a constant state of beach party. If you want to take a minute to slow down, you can always find a booth or a nook to stop, converse, or watch the game.

The Grass Skirt

910 Grand Ave

San Diego, CA 92109

(858) 412-5237




This is the only Pacific Beach bar on our list that you enter through a freezer in a poke shop. A real speakeasy is a novel find in 2022, and the to-the-hilt tiki aesthetic at The Grass Skirt really sells the experience. Less of a crowded dive and more of a relaxed island getaway, this local oddity offers a rum club and more than 150 varieties of rum. There are plenty of colorful tropical cocktails on the menu if you want to try something fun.

Barrel Republic

1261 Garnet Ave

San Diego, CA 92109

(858) 270-9922




Speaking of novelty, Barrel Republic is a self-guided tour of San Diego’s robust craft beer scene. You get to pour as much of whatever kind of beer you want. No bartenders. Just you, your trusty glassware, and a wristband loaded with credits. High-tech taps communicate with your wristband to debit your account for exactly as much brew as you pour. Sample 40+ takes on local suds or have a few pints of your favorite. Grab a quiet room where you can have a more intimate chat with your friends or break out a friendly game of Skull between trips to the tap.


4325 Ocean Blvd

Pacific Beach, CA 92109

(858) 888-4343


Drinks Cheersig With an Ocean View


For a more sophisticated beachside beverage, try Waterbar. Tasteful decor, thoughtful design, beautiful ocean views, and a selection of outstanding seafood dishes make this a relaxing place to rally after a few rowdy rounds at other Pacific Beach bars. One whole side of the lounge is open to the beach, letting in a peaceful sea breeze and the soothing sounds of the surf. Try everything from a crab grilled cheese to salmon benedict when you aren’t busy staring at the horizon or sipping an elegant cocktail.

El Prez

4190 Mission Blvd

San Diego, CA 92109

(858) 750-2512




If you see pictures of packed crowds on a rooftop party in Pacific Beach, odds are it was taken at El Prez. Popular for day drinking, sunset celebrations, and high-energy nightlife, El Prez partied so hard it was shut down indefinitely during the pandemic. They’re back, and just as unapologetic as ever. The downstairs bar areas are a little less energetic, but no less alcoholic. Pop down when you need some respite before bursting right back out into the heady Pacific Beach party atmosphere.

Moonshine Beach

1165 Garnet Ave

Pacific Beach, CA 92109

(858) 999-0158




With all the bikinis and board shorts on display in Pacific Beach, this is about the last place you would expect to see a rollicking country bar. But here it is, hot as Texas BBQ, filled to bursting with live music and line dancing. After you’ve downed a few beers and licked the last of the wing sauce off your fingers, take a minute to digest in the game area-featuring favorites like ping pong and cornhole-before hauling your boots over to the lively dance floor for a night of country western fun.

Duck Dive

4650 Mission Blvd

San Diego, CA 92109

(858) 273-3825




Despite the name, Duck Dive isn’t really a dive at all. It’s a polished hangout that offers outstanding and unusual pub fare alongside its buckets of Modelo. Notable menu items include duck wings, tableside s’mores, and ahi poke. Duck Dive’s signature attraction is its amazing Taco Tuesday. Grab $3 tacos (including irresistible fish tacos) and $3 drinks after 9 PM. Beware, everyone else knows how amazing this deal is, and the bar will be packed!

Lahaina Beach House

710 Oliver Ct

San Diego, CA 92109

(858) 270-3888

A local-favorite boozy bungalow, this is as close as you can get to drinking on the beach without getting wet. A cozy deck opens right onto the sand. The squat building that houses the bar is a comforting low-budget landmark. The only advertisement Lahaina needs is the cheery sound of locals having fun. This Pacific Beach institution is a cash-only establishment that will keep you slapping down the bills until way after the sun goes down.

Silver Fox Lounge

710 Oliver Ct

San Diego, CA 92109

(858) 270-1343


Silver Fox Interior


Go old school! Silver Fox has been slinging shots for more than 40 years. It is a vintage local dive with quirky features like leopard-print carpet and a few pool tables that will help you feel right at home in a less rambunctious venue. It has all the appeal of your local small-town watering hole and all the drinks of a solid Pacific Beach bar. Hours go all the way to 6 AM, making this a perfect final destination on your pub crawl. Hopefully the jukebox won’t be too loud for your developing hangover.

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There’s no better place to spend your summer than Park City! Canyons Village is a dynamic, exciting neighborhood filled with summer fun and signature activities. Find out why Park City is so much more than just a ski destination with some exciting (and relaxing) Park City Canyons Village activities to try each summer, all located just steps from your door. From family fun to extra-special “me time,” this list of ideas has something for every occasion.

Summer Concert Series

Live music on the lawn of Sundial Lodge located in Canyons Village, Park City Utah

One of Canyons Village’s most striking architectural features is its large outdoor amphitheater. That lovely venue is home to year-round outdoor performances and events.

Each summer, from the end of June to the end of August, the amphitheater plays host to the Park City Summer Concert Series. Bands from near and far, representing everything from full orchestras to bluegrass duos, perform for your listening pleasure-entirely free of charge.

Fill your summer nights with music without spending a dollar. Appropriate for guests of all ages, these Park City Canyons concerts are fun for the whole family. You can even make a picnic out of it!

Hiking and Biking

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Park City is loaded with excellent trails that crisscross the mountains and snake through the valleys all around town. The Canyons Village area is no exception.

One of the most popular Canyons Village summer activities among locals and visitors alike is a refreshing hike or ride. You can jump onto Holly’s trail right from the base area, which ascends the slopes at a moderate grade for just over four miles before connecting to one of Park City’s best-known paths: the Mid-Mountain Trail.

If you feel adventurous, you can follow that all the way down to another of our favorites: Armstrong Trail. Those aren’t the only trails in the area, of course, so get out there and explore while the weather is perfect. For more of our favorites, check out our guide to the best hikes in Park City.

Disc Golf

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Did you know that Utah was home to the inventor of the Frisbee? Utahns are big fans of flying discs of all flavors, from backyard games of catch to grueling Ultimate tournaments. But disc golf is the king of platter-flinging fun.

Canyons Village has an 18-hole course tucked into its rolling hills. A gondola ride takes you to the top of the course, and it’s game-on from there. This course features lots of elevation changes, plenty of plastic-hungry pine trees, and even some spots where water comes into play.

Overall, it is a fun but challenging course that everyone in your party will love to play. For a quicker game, try the 9-hole variant.

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Disc golf isn’t the only golf on offer here. Canyons Golf is a full 18-hole, par-70 course that spans the Canyons Village area.

Tee off across terrain that serves as ski runs during the winter and experience a challenging, elevation-changing course with gorgeous mountain views. Some holes feature elevation changes of 300 feet, and the water features make for challenging, memorable shots.

Hole 18, in particular, has a nice island green. This course is a great place to enjoy our sunny summer weather and try a Canyons Village summer activity that is physically demanding without suiting up for a jog. Seriously, you’ll definitely work up a sweat if you skip the cart. There are hills everywhere out on the course.

Spa Day

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Treat yourself to a day at the spa. There are several to choose from around Canyons Village. Westgate Park City even has one right on site-Serenity Spa. Your summer stay can’t all be excitement and adventure.

Sometimes you need to calm down, center yourself, and recover from your daring exploits. Refresh mind and body with a massage, a hot stone treatment, or something even more indulgent.

If you stay at Westgate Park City, you can pop on over to the yoga studio afterward for a nice calming stretch to continue your mindful self-care.

Want to cool things down after that hot yoga or stone treatment? We have just the thing. Explore other options for staying cool in Park City right here!



The pool is the perfect place to spend a lazy summer afternoon. The sun is out, the temperature is soaring, and you need a place to cool down. Make sure your Canyons Village summer activities list includes a dip in the pool.

The area is home to plenty of relaxing pools. Some are indoors, some are outdoors, and some are both! Some of them even come with a view, like the third-floor plunge pool at Sundial Lodge.

Pull up your trunks or slip into that bikini and enjoy the quintessential summer experience of splashing around in the cool crystal waters of a nice pool.

To dry off, grab a seat on a lounger and work on your tan. Just remember to wear sunscreen! You want a nice, healthy bronze, not lobster red!

Find more cool pools right here. All Seasons Resort Lodging has plenty of lodging options with indoor, outdoor, and even indoor/outdoor pools!

Ready to book your summer getaway? All Seasons Resort Lodging offers a variety of studios, condos, townhomes, and more-right in the Canyons Village area! Make one of our outstanding vacation rentals your home base for a summer full of Park City adventure. Choose from the best lodging in Canyons Village with confidence, knowing that our exceptional prices are backed by our Lowest Rate Guarantee. You’ll always have a little extra for a summer splurge when you book Park City lodging direct with All Seasons Resort Lodging!

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You’re here for a good time! It’s time for a Park City happy hour!

Unfortunately, state liquor laws prohibit Utahns from enjoying what you might call a “traditional” happy hour. Limited drink specials are strictly off limits, so bars and eateries across Park City have to get creative with their happy hour and apres-ski offerings if they want to stay within the confines of the law.

That doesn’t mean your Park City happy hour has to be stodgy or boring. There’s still more than enough happening on the scene to make your hour as happy as you want it to be. We’ve rounded up some of our favorites below.

1. Tupelo

Tupelo simplifies your Park City happy hour book-keeping by offering 7 small plates for $7, accompanied by 7 varieties of $7 libations. Don’t worry about missing these deals-they are offered Wednesday to Saturday from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. You’ll have plenty of chances to try the whole menu with a return visit or two.

Tupelo Park City Bar

Photo credit: Tupelo Facebook

2. Red Rock Junction

Main Street isn’t the only place to indulge your Park City happy hour cravings. Out in Kimball Junction, Red Rock Junction offers a weekend deal on Bloody Marys and Mimosas. These specials are good all day (in accordance with the legal restrictions above), so feel free to drop in whenever you like. It’s 5 o’clock somewhere, especially on Saturday and Sunday. For a weekday visit, try the excellent brunch menu.

Red Rock Breweing

Photo credit: Red Rock Junction Facebook

3. Windy Ridge Café

Every Tuesday night can be a fiesta thanks to Windy Ridge Cafe’s Taco Tuesday specials. Fill up on tasty $2 tacos and sip $5 margaritas to your heart’s content. Happy hour lasts from 5- 9 p.m. There is plenty of comfort food on the menu, so make sure to come back for a breakfast sandwich or some baked mac-n-cheese.

Windy Ridge Cafe

Photo credit: Red Rock Junction Facebook

4. Ghidotti’s

Make your Park City happy hour a classy one with a visit to Ghidotti’s on Thursday night. You get your choice of several pastas, pizzas, salads, and a variable desert-all accompanied by $5 glasses of wine. The comfortable surroundings and quieter-than-the-average-bar atmosphere help you keep your evening smooth and low-key. Take note that you can’t order off the normal menu during the Thursday-night specials, even if you want to.

Photo credit: Red Rock Junction Facebook

3. Blind Dog

Not content to simply have a Park City happy hour, Blind Dog goes all out with the “Happiest of Hours.” Available daily from 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. to VIP members, these offers include deep, deep discounts on all kinds of tasty apps ranging from Bad Ass Tater Tots to Avocado Crostini to go with your drinks. Happy hour deals last all night on Tuesday in the bar area, and Wednesday comes with “Buck-a-Shuck” oysters in the bar.

Blind Dog Park City

Photo credit: Blind Dog Facebook

4. Purple Sage

If the fruit of the vine is your preferred drink, Purple Sage has you covered on Wine Wednesday. In addition to the usual menu of delicious American fare, they offer a mean drink special for your hump day. Take your pick of 10 carefully selected bottles of wine for $25 or less. If you aren’t up to sharing a whole bottle, you can grab $5 glasses of wine, instead.

Purple Sage Park City

Photo credit: Purple Sage Facebook

5. The Spur Bar and Grill

You can have your happy hour any day of the week at the Spur. If you have $5 in your pocket, you can have a burger, a mimosa, or wings. The $5 specials are available from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on any day of the week. If you want to stack your happy hours, you can double your deals with their 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. taco Tuesday special. During those blessed Tuesday hours, you can load up on tacos for $3 a pop to accompany your $5 margaritas.

The Spur Bar and Grille
Photo credit: The Spur Bar and Grill Facebook

6. Tekila Mexican Grill and Cantina

Are you ready for some football?! During the season, you’re invited to join Tekila for $3 drafts while you kick back and watch the game. Draft specials are available all day on Sunday, Monday, and Thursday throughout football season. Make sure to grab yourself some tacos or nachos while you’re there. You won’t regret it.

The Spur Bar and Grille
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Social Distancing

“Flattening the Curve” isn’t a trendy new weight loss slogan. During a pandemic, limiting exposure to other humans through voluntary isolation significantly slows the spread of disease and keeps illness from quickly overwhelming the capacity of medical systems around the globe.

Social distancing isn’t easy. But it is crucial to combat the spread of COVID-19. Do your part. Remain indoors and limit contact with others. Social distance can still be fun, despite the challenges. You can find tons of fun things to do indoors. Get inspired with our tips!

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The Ultimate Staycation

Think of social distancing as the ultimate staycation. It’s just you, maybe your family or roommates, and whatever fun you can dig up around the house. Protect your social distancing mental health by turning weeks of time indoors into a luxurious staycation packed with fun. Try these tips for a Park City style mountain adventure.

Pamper Yourself at Home

“Flattening the Curve” isn’t a trendy new weight loss slogan. During a pandemic, limiting exposure to other humans through voluntary isolation significantly slows the spread of disease and keeps illness from quickly overwhelming the capacity of medical systems around the globe.

Social distancing isn’t easy. But it is crucial to combat the spread of COVID-19. Do your part. Remain indoors and limit contact with others. Social distance can still be fun, despite the challenges. You can find tons of fun things to do indoors. Get inspired with our tips!

Board Games From Afar

Is there anything more wholesome than gathering around the table in your vacation rental to play a game together after a long day of mountain adventure? We didn’t think so. But since you are confined to your home and may be separated from your favorite opponents, you’re going to have to take your analog gaming into digital space. Software like Tabletopia or Tabletop Simulator on Steam will let you play nearly any game under the sun from the comfort of your computer. If you don’t want to spend up to $20 per head for infinite board games, try sites like Board Game ArenaBoîte à Jeux, or Yucata each offer a selection of curated games, free of charge.

We have a few game suggestions to get you started.

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Insta Worthy Selfies

“Pics or it didn’t happen” is a trusty internet adage. If you had an amazing vacation but you didn’t take any pictures, how can you prove that you were on vacation at all? Don’t slack on your selfie game just because you’re social distance staycationing. Dress up in your ski gear and strike a pose for a winter fashion show. Or, remind yourself of ski trips past by organizing, tagging, and reposting your favorite pics from previous winters.

jason trying on ski gear inside for selfie

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Building a Snowman and Other Crafts

If you were in Park City, the kids would probably be building a snowman right about now. Since you’re on a social distancing staycation instead, it’s time to get crafty! Break out the cotton balls, white glue, and extra trimmings for some indoor snowmen. Or fold up some paper and get trimming for some snowflakes to put yourself in mind of the mountain snow. Whatever you have on hand, go nuts! Make something fun together.

Long-Distance Happy Hour

Bars are definitely out. You’ll just have to visit Park City’s nightlife hot spots another time. That doesn’t mean you have to drink alone, though. Arrange a group Skype call or FaceTime with your closest buddies and have an at-home happy hour that is heavy on both the social and the distance. Just don’t get caught in a crowd when you go back to the liquor store to replenish your supplies.

Shred the Slopes – Vicariously

Of all the things to do indoors to simulate your Park City vacation, skiing is the hardest to emulate at home. Get inspired for your next Park City vacation during your social distancing staycation by watching some great ski flicks. Watching classic ski movies like Hot Dog, Ski Patrol, Out Cold, Ski School, etc. can help fuel your passion for next season’s epic powder weekends and gorgeous bluebird days. A liberal application of cocoa and cookies will help sell the mood while you watch.

man skiing donwhill through fresh powder on a blue bird day

A Night in the Woods in Your Own Bedroom

Every day must end, whether you’re on vacation or stuck at home. At the end of your evening, recreate a mountain mood in your bedroom. Grab your Bluetooth speaker and put on some rustic white noise. Pick a roaring fire and crickets to accompany you to sleep, or maybe a rushing mountain stream. If it isn’t too cold, crack a window for some fresh night air. You can even string up some white Christmas lights to make yourself a field of stars. You’ll go to bed feeling refreshed and relaxed, and wake up ready to tackle another day of self-directed fun.

Cuddle Up by the Fire

An evening by the fire is a classic part of any Park City vacation. Looking out the window, enjoying the warmth of the flames, and taking in the mountain air awaken a sort of primal comfort that is hard to capture any other way. You can come close at home, regardless of the tools at your disposal. If you have a fireplace at home, you’re 90-percent there already. Grab your warmest blanket and snuggle to your heart’s content. If you don’t have a fireplace of your own, try putting on a yule log program on Netflix or YouTube, dim the lights, and make yourself some cocoa. Let the power of imagination do the rest.

mother and child cuddling up by the fire

Once this is all over, we can’t wait to see you in Park City for real. All Seasons Resort Lodging offers Park City vacation rentals for every occasion. Whether you need a quick summer getaway after the situation settles down or you want to go big with a lavish ski trip to make up for lost time, you can confidently book your Park City lodging today backed by our Lowest Rate Guarantee.

Until we see you, make sure to stay safe, and maintain the social distance.

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