Park City Lodging, a premier provider of vacation rental and home management services, is excited to announce its newest property Motherlode 3 for nightly rental.
About the Property: Motherlode 3 is located on Park Avenue, one block from Main Street and two short blocks from the Town Lift plaza. Perfectly located in the heart of Historic Old Town Park City, this property is perfect for those that want to be near the Old Town action of restaurants, galleries, shops, and bars with convenient access to skiing at Park City Mountain Resort. Only a block from the free city-wide shuttle, it’s easy to get to Deer Valley Resort, Canyons Village at Park City Mountain Resort, or other Park City area destinations from this location.
This 3 bedroom, 3 bath duplex is incredibly spacious and features a Victorian exterior complete with stained-glass windows. The bed configuration is king, twin twin, and queen plus twin bunk.
As you enter this property from street level, the first bedroom is located on this level. This bedroom has a queen bed, with a twin bunk over it, and a flat screen television. This bedroom also has ensuite bathroom with a bathtub and shower.
Just up the stairs, is access to the garage and a large living room with lots of natural light. The living room has a large gas fireplace encased in river stone. Perfect to warm up after a day on the slopes. Located just above the living room is the kitchen and a half bath. The newly painted kitchen has dark granite countertops and a gas range. The open kitchen looks into the living room, perfect for maximizing time with family and friends.
On the third level, you will find the two other bedrooms including the master. The master bedroom at Motherlode 3 has a king sized bed, plenty of closet space, and an ensuite bathroom complete with a shower and bathtub. The second guest room has two twin beds and an ensuite bathroom with a standalone shower.
This property really is the MOTHERLODE of Park City.
Our Opinion: Located in the center of Old Town, this is the perfect townhome for those looking for convenience. Located just two short blocks to Town Lift, Motherlode 3 is close to the skiing and close the action. It is the perfect place to gather with friends or family.
Our Advice: With a location this unbeatable, is sure to be an attractive property for Sundancers, skiers, and Park City enthusiasts alike. Make sure to book your Park City getaway in Motherlode 3 today.
Call 435-649-6175 or book online today!
Super Bowl LII is upon us. It will see the reigning champions, the New England Patriots take on the Philadelphia Eagles in Minneapolois. Justin Timberlake is performing the halftime show, so there could be another major cultural incident (Left Shark, Janet Jackson.) Being in Utah, we have little stake in the game, but we can certainly get behind snacks, beverages, & silly commercials.
While Park City has an array of watering-holes (See our Complete Guide to Après skiing in Park City) with some decidedly better than others for taking in the big game.
Whether you are staying in your vacation home or condo to watch the game, or are wanting to mix it up at a sports bar, we’ve compiled a list of the best spots to take in Super Bowl LII in Park City, Utah.
Collie’s Sports Bar & Grill is a family owned and operated bar and restaurant on lower Main Street in Historic Downtown Park City. The name says it all. They are the only true sports bar in Old Town. They have 25 TV’s and we can guarantee they will all be playing one game on Sunday evening. As you can tell by the photo, this is a very friendly bar for those looking to cheer on the New England Patriots. Collie’s also has all the perfect food for a Super Bowl game: smoked hot wings, chips and queso, pulled pork nachos, & fried pickles. Located at: 738 Main Street.
Butcher’s Chop House is just across the way from Collie’s on Park Ave. (catty-corner from the world famous High West Distillery). If you are wanting bar food with a steakhouse twist, this is the one for you. They have lobster nachos, buffalo chicken dip, classic shrimp cocktail, bleu cheese stuffed dates, and more. Grab a seat early in the bar area if you are wanting to watch the game! Located at: 751 Main Street.
If you are looking for something off Main, head over to Boneyard Saloon & Kitchen. With an extensive beer list and great food this place will be hopping on Sunday. With plenty of TV’s there isn’t a bad seat for viewing the game. We recommend their colossal yardbird wings, fried Brussels sprouts Caesar, jambalaya, or any of their delicious sandwiches. Located at 1251 Kearns Blvd.
Not feeling the bar scene? No worries! Grab a slice and a beer at Este Pizza to enjoy the game while dining in, or give them a call to order out for some of the best pizza west of the Mississippi. We recommend: Lasagna pizza, The Ol’Vortman, and the buffalo chicken, because what Super Bowl is complete without some form of buffalo chicken? Located at 1781 Sidewinder Drive.
If you are looking to ski all day and watch the game from the comfort of your home, let our partners at Cuisine Unlimited take care of all the Super Bowl fixings. They will happily cater or deliver fan favorites like: trio of wings, beer cheese Soup, short rib sliders, and bacon-wrapped potato bites. Order online or give them a call!
Super Bowl LII starts at 4:30 pm mountain time, Sunday Febuary 4th! The game will be broadcast on NBC.
Park City Lodging, Inc. is a champion of social responsibility and sustainability within the Park City community since its debut in 1984. In 2015 when Recycle Utah invited Park City Lodging to be an inaugural business in their newly developed Green Business program, the invitation was enthusiastically accepted. Since joining the program, Park City Lodging has furthered its commitment to the environment with various initiatives, including installing chemical automation systems in hot tubs to conserve water; giving each guest a reusable grocery bag; and initiating a bulk amenity program to eradicate single use packaging. Looking toward the future, Park City Lodging is excited to explore the potential bio-remediation effects of mushroom species on contaminated soils.
Rhonda Sideris, President and Owner, truly believes in bettering the community and the environment we live, work and play. In 2016 she realized a dream long in the making, constructing a green building to house all of Park City Lodging’s operations. Included in the new building are 52 solar panels, a green organic rooftop that supports native plant species, employee housing, and an innovative ozonating system within the laundry operation to save both water and energy. Rhonda also received the prestigious Conservationist of the Year award in 2016 as well as Park City Board of Realtors Affiliate of the Year for her efforts in sustainability.
About Recycle Utah
The Park City Conservation Association dba Recycle Utah is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization that has served residents of Summit County since 1991. They are committed to reducing waste and preventing ground water pollution in our community. They do so by offering a variety of collection programs, education programs, workshops, and events. As long as the health of our local and global environment is a concern, they will strive to offer community-based resources and solutions.
To learn more about Park City Lodging’s intiatives: https://www.parkcitylodging.com/about-us/social-responsibility/
Park City is a winter wonderland. While many come to Park City for the “Greatest Snow on Earth,” Park City Lodging understands that not everyone wants to ski or snowboard. We have compiled a list of some our favorite Park City winter activities that aren’t skiing or snowboarding.
1) Snowshoe Tours: Get the heart rate up and enjoy some aerobic exercise. Take in the scenic snowscapes of the backountry. Enjoy the quieter side of Park City’s mountains.
2) Winter Fly Fishing: For the avid angler who wants it all, why not add a day on the fly to your ski vacation? Explore one of Utah’s many blue ribbon fisheries and enjoy the sanctuary of uncrowded banks on a peaceful winter day.
3) Trap Shooting: Just 20 minutes from Park City, enjoy an afternoon of shooting clay pigeons from a rustic trap.
4) Dogsledding: A once in a lifetime experience for the whole family. Learn the ropes of dog sledding, meet the friendly (and furry) sled team, and take in the stunning mountain landscape. Hurry and book today, this highly sought after activity will sell out soon!
5) Sleigh Rides: Complete your mountain vacation with a classic horse-drawn sleigh ride.
6) Snowmobiling: Experience snowmobiling at its best in the Uinta National Forest. Explore on your own or take advantage of a guided tour on an almost unlimited amount of trails and meadows.
Utah Olympic Park was built in 2002 for the Olympics. It is still being used today to train future Olympians. Utah Olympic Park offers year-round adventure. From learning about the Park’s unique Olympic heritage on a guided tour to taking a ride of a lifetime on the Comet Bobsled Ride, Utah Olympic Park offers activities for all. 7) Bobsledding: Experience the thrill of a lifetime in a bobsled on the 2002 Olympics Sliding Track. A professional pilot will take three passengers on a thrilling ride down the track.
Utah Olympic Park was built in 2002 for the Olympics. It is still being used today to train future Olympians. Utah Olympic Park offers year-round adventure. From learning about the Park’s unique Olympic heritage on a guided tour to taking a ride of a lifetime on the Comet Bobsled Ride, Utah Olympic Park offers activities for all.
7) Bobsledding: Experience the thrill of a lifetime in a bobsled on the 2002 Olympics Sliding Track. A professional pilot will take three passengers on a thrilling ride down the track.
8) Ropes Course: Utah Olympic Park offers several ropes courses. Test your abilities across the traverses that include swinging elements, wire, logs, and other problem-solving features. Their advanced course will have participants 55 feet in air!
9) Zip Lining: Ever wondered what it was like to be an Olympic ski jumper? Strap in to the Extreme Zipline and go for an exhilarating ride above the K120 nordic jump. Take a friend or family member and fly alongside. This is one of the steepest ziplines in the world!
11) The Paint Mixer: The Paint Mixer is the newest venue for art entertainment and wine instruction located on lower Main Street. Bring your friends and family to follow step-by-step instruction to recreate a featured painting. It’s stress-free and absolutely no experience is necessary! Park City Lodging guests enjoy $5 off using code “PCLODGE”
12) Shop ‘Till You Drop:
13) Gorgoza Tubing Park: Offering seven lift-served tubing lanes; kid-friendly mini-snowmobiles; and the Fort Frosty play area, Gorgoza helps provide family adventures and memories that will last a lifetime.
14) Park City Film Series: Enjoy Park City’s only Art House Theater, presenting the best of independent feature, documentary, world, and local cinema.
Our Concierge Service team would love to help customize your stay here in Park City, Utah. We have partnered with the best in Park City to offer our guests fantastic activities, services and discounts.
From ski rentals and snowshoe tours to grocery delivery and dining reservations, we can help ensure you don’t miss a single exciting moment during your Park City vacation. For more concierge opportunities explore our website or mobile app. With so many possibilities let our experienced concierge team help make your vacation unforgettable!
Yes, you can drink in Utah and yes they have more than 3.2% ABW beer. As a matter of fact, Park City holds the Guinness World Record for the longest shot-ski in the world. Whether looking for a local microbrew, a craft cocktail, or a glass of your favorite wine, Park City has an après scene for everyone.
We have broken down our favorite places to après by location: Deer Valley, Park City’s Main Street, Park City Mountain & Canyons Village.
St. Regis Bar and Lounge is located in the Snow Park area of Deer Valley. Take the funicular up from Snow Park or stop in from the ski in/ ski out access off Deer Hollow ski run. They are known for their 7452 Mary, which features locally distilled vodka from High West Distillery and a wasabi-celery foam on top. The drink gets its name from the altitude that the bar sits. If you aren’t a fan of Bloody Marys, they have an extensive wine list and plenty of craft cocktails to choose from. If you are there for sunset, you will be treated to a champagne sabering near the outdoor fire.
Royal Street Café is located at Deer Valley’s Silver Lake Lodge. If you are skiing at Deer Valley Resort or staying in one of our properties in the Silver Lake area it is worth stopping in for one of their award-winning cocktails. A personal favorite is their blueberry mojito. While the drink may sound summery, I assure you it is good year round.
Vista Lounge is located in the Empire area of Deer Valley at the Montage. Easily accessible from the slopes at Deer Valley. Comfortably gather with friends or family in front of roaring fireplaces with stunning views of Park City and the surrounding mountains. They often have tremendous musicians playing. Their menu features classic handcrafted cocktails like the Sazerac and Moscow Mule, but don’t shy away from their award-winning Mountain Derby. The cocktail is a concoction of fresh grapefruit juice, lavender/chamomile honey, lemon juice, and Woodford Reserve.
Old Town Cellars (OTC) is located on lower main at 890 Main Street. If you are finishing your day at Town Lift, stroll across the bridge into the doors of Old Town Cellars. The private label winery sources fine wine from the top growing regions and is blended in house by co-founder and sommelier Stephen MacKay. Warm up after a day on the slopes with some tastings and take your favorite wine home to the hot tub. Or order a glass and give their charcuterie board from Beltex Meats a try. Don’t pass up Old Town Cellars, after all, it is the Official Wine of Après.
No Name Saloon is centrally located at 447 Main Street. No Name is a landmark and arguably the most popular bar on Main Street. Known for their buffalo burgers, they have three full bars, an impressive whiskey list and plenty of beer (bottled and draft.) Built in 1903, the historic saloon’s walls are covered with relics. Stay warm by the wood burning fireplace or the upstairs has an outdoor patio complete with heaters. This place is colorful, both in the décor and the local regulars that hang out there.
O’Shucks is located directly next door to No Name Saloon. If handcrafted cocktails and a posh ambiance isn’t your scene, you will feel at home at “Shucks.” Order yourself a 32 oz schooner for $6.50 and a schooner of peanuts to go with it. Yes, it’s okay to toss the peanut shells on the floor. This bar is where many of the local staff go to unwind from their day of bumping chairlifts, teaching ski lessons, or ski patrolling. Chances are one or more patrons will still be wearing their ski boots by the time you get there.
High West Distillery is located just off Main Street at 703 Park Avenue. Just feet from Town Lift, this is the only ski-in/ski-out distillery. What once was a small operation has become an internationally-recognized brand. High West’s Saloon is built in an historic livery stable turned garage turned distillery. If it’s your first time here, give the High West Flight a try. If you are familiar with High West whiskeys then you’ve come to the right place. Give the Dead Man’s Boots a try. If whiskey isn’t your speed they also distill their own vodka. High West Saloon fills up quickly, so get there early.
Other notable drink spots on Main Street include, Handle (just off Main St.), Fletcher’s, Flannigan’s, 412 Bistro, The Spur, O.P. Rockwell’s, Wasatch Brew Pub and Rock & Reilly’s.
Pig Pen Saloon is at the base of Park City Mountain. Finish your day on the Home Run ski run, pop off your skis or board and head in to Pig Pen Saloon. Unsurprisingly, several of their cocktails feature bacon. There is the Bacon Bloody Mary which is comprised of ghost pepper vodka, house Bloody Mary mix, bacon salt, and of course a bacon garnish or try the B.B.C. which is Jim Beam, bacon, cocoa, and Frangelico. Pig Pen Saloon is unpretentious and perfect for that old school après feel.
Corner Store is a true classic located at the base of Park City Mountain. With 30 years of après ski action under their belt, they know how to do it right. During sunny afternoons their patio is bustling with live music 4-6 days a week. It is a spot that locals and visitors enjoy alike.
Red Tail Grill is located on the Ski Beach at Canyons Village. It’s the perfect spot to grab a cold one after a day on the hill. Nestled between the Red Pine Gondola and Orange Bubble, Red Tail Grill has fantastic views of the mountains and is great for watching the end of the day antics as tired legs bring people down the hill.
Umbrella Bar just down the way from Red Tail Grill the Umbrella Bar is impossible to miss in the center of Canyons Village Plaza. If you just want a cold beer after a day on the slopes, this is your spot with 360 degree views from inside its unique glass enclosure. They do have an extensive beer list both craft and draft, but you will not find any hard liquor here.
Drafts is a short stroll past the Umbrella Bar on the edge of the Canyons Village Plaza. Given the name, most would assume it’s all about beer. While they do have over 50 beers from around the world they also have a full bar complete with adult milkshakes. This place gets crowded as the lifts shut down and during sporting events. If you need to refuel after a day on the hill, they have a dazzling array of pub food from burgers, wings, to stone-hearth pizzas.
What are your favorites? Tell us in the comments!
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