Park City is filled with cheer during the holiday season! Explore the many ways you, your family,
December – it’s a time to celebrate the holidays with family and friends and it also marks the true beginning of ski season. While it’s always fun to hit the slopes, especially around Christmas, there are other ways to enjoy the month of December in Park City. With an abundance of off-slope activities to choose from, you’ll end your Park City vacation with enough memories to last a lifetime. Here are a few ideas for you to explore while trying to decide what to do in Park City this December:
Still trying to finalize your Thanksgiving dinner plans? We have you covered with dining options ranging from prix-fixe, multi-course meals to buffets. Reservations are limited, so we advise that you make your dinner arrangements as soon as possible:
We wouldn’t ordinarily be so excited about a new grocery story, but, in the new Whole Foods Market, there is a lot to love. The new store, located at 6598 N. Landmark drive, opened its doors to the public on October 18. Formerly across the street in the Redstone area of Park City, the new Whole Foods features more square footage, and is filled with all our favorite local products, as well as an abundance of exciting new features.
During the finale of the Park City First Timers summer series, Ryan takes to the sky with Park City Balloon Adventures for a hot air balloon adventure to remember.
Park City's oldest, family-owned hot air balloon company, Park City Balloon Adventures offers year-round balloon flights in Park City and Summit County areas. The unique experience, laden with fun hot air ballooning tradition, offers guests a bird’s eye view of the area’s natural beauty.
Park City First Timers is back with episode five of its summer series. This time, Ryan brings along his friend, Carin, for a horseback riding adventure at the picturesque Blue Sky Ranch.
The kids may be back at school, but there isn’t a better time to get them hooked on fly fishing than during the Fall -- when Park City’s blue-ribbon waters are framed by hues of oranges, yellows, reds and golds in one of the most magnificent displays of fall foliage anywhere in the Western United States.