Whether it’s in your home or a vacation rental, a soak in a hot tub can soothe the soul as well as tired muscles. And if you’re on a ski vacation, it follows that having a warm, clean, bubbling tub would be an important part of the plan. But keeping hot tubs in working order is no small task, especially in winter.
Park City Lodging’s Director of Maintenance Wade Street explained, “We service every hot tub, every day during the winter. We shovel the decks and areas surrounding the tubs to make sure people have easy and safe access to the tub. We clean off the covers and panels so they’re neat, look good and don’t transfer dirt into the water when they’re opened. We test and balance out the water so it is safe to use, comfortably warm and the water is free of dirt and debris. We also check the operation of the tub to make sure all the jets and lights work.”
So thanks to our team’s expertise, you can be confident that hot tubs in Park City Lodging’s care are ready when you need to slip into warm water and let tensions slip away.
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As “Winter’s Favorite Town”, Park City is ideal for a family holiday celebration. The twinkling lights on snow-dusted trees, the festive displays in the shops and galleries on Main Street, the cozy warmth of the fireplace and of course, the limitless options for delectable food and drink, all come together to delight and refresh the whole family.
Park City Lodging’s concierge services team is friendly, savvy, and standing by to help with local insight. You can call ahead and book dinner reservations, transportation, childcare, grocery delivery, you name it. If Christmas Eve services or Chanukah observance are part of your family’s tradition, our concierge team can provide all the resources you need. To help jump-start your Park City vacation planning, check out the sample itinerary below.
There is no need to rent a car when you book a ski in/ski out property near Main Street, such as 820 Park Ave. With shopping, dining, night life and skiing right out your front door what’s not to love? Enjoy the free area-wise shuttle to access the greater Park City area.
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There are limitless options, and we’re standing by to help you put together your custom itinerary. Give us a shout!
One of the most memorable aspects of any Park City vacation is its world-renowned variety of amazing restaurants. And one of the best reasons to visit Park City in the fall is the Park City Area Restaurant Association’s annual event – Dine About Park City. For two weeks, from October 6 to October 20, you can “Eat More, Pay Less” at 30 of Park City’s most popular eateries. Participating restaurants are offering prix fixe lunch and dinner menus; lunch menus for $10 or $15 per person and dinner menus for $20 or $40 per person.
Check out the Dine About menus from some of our favorite restaurants:
Bill White Restaurant Group’s distinctive restaurants all have tempting and affordable menus. For lunch there’s Billy Blanco’s – $10 Lunch and Sushi Blue – $10 Lunch, and for dinner head to Chimayo – $40 3 Course Dinner, Ghidotti’s – $40 3 Course Dinner or the venerable special occasion spot Grappa – $40 3 Course Dinner.
Park City Lodging has terrific pricing during the fall, so come visit and Dine About town!
Jill Johnson believes in the power of creativity and play, and as the owner of the popular The Paint Mixer studios in Park City and Salt Lake City’s Sugarhouse neighborhood, she frequently witnesses that power. With a background in art therapy and “a solid appreciation for the art of wine and a great cocktail,” Johnson says, “I love when people arrive in our studio and have not painted since they were a kid. It is amazing to see any individual let go and create.”
Self-described as “the ultimate creative and social venue”, The Paint Mixer offers the opportunity to get together and enjoy painting and sipping wine (21 and over events). All the necessary supplies are provided – canvases, paint, brushes, and aprons! – and skilled instructors guide you step by step through to completion of your own work of art. The Park City studio is conveniently located on lower Main Street and has a changing schedule of painting experiences open to the public, and it’s also available for private parties. Their Van-Go Mobile Studio allows them to go anywhere, for groups of all sizes and ages.
While their team of local artists is continually creating new paintings and projects to offer, some paintings have turned into perpetual favorites. Johnson says, “Our Elephant painting is by far the most popular; we always joke about its ongoing allure to our clients. Following that our Utah landscapes, Cosmos and Van Gogh Starry Night-themed paintings are also sought out. Recently, we added the Big 5 National Utah Parks and those are gaining momentum. Our new acrylic pouring classes are popular as well.”
Their fall lineup just started and includes weekly fall-themed paintings, Halloween-inspired mandala rocks, and flow classes. They have everything from fall mountain scenes to an especially exciting all-ages Halloween Bash the week of Halloween. “Regardless of your age or skill set, we have the perfect creative adventure for you this fall season!” said Johnson.
To check out their schedule and book your next creative adventure go to The Paint Mixer
In nearly every corner of the state, Utah’s rivers, lakes, and streams have excellent fishing that any angler would appreciate. From high alpine lakes to unassuming desert waters, a variety of species can be caught and admired year-round. In fact, Utah is home to 40 Blue Ribbon fisheries. The term “Blue Ribbon” refers to waters with healthy fish habitats that provide superb outdoor experiences and exceptional fishing.
Around Park City, the most common fish are trout. The Blue Ribbon Provo and Weber Rivers are full of Rainbow and Brown trout along with the Mountain whitefish. Cutthroat and other trout species can also be found just outside of town or in the nearby Uinta Mountains. The Bonneville cutthroat, an endemic species, is historically found in the tributaries of the Great Salt Lake. It is pretty rare to find and catch one, as they were victim to over fishing and habitat degradation. In recent years, populations have been improving thanks to many conservation efforts and regulations promoting healthy fisheries.
The High Uinta Mountains are home to many fish species that are much rarer to the state. Golden trout, Brook trout, Colorado River cutthroat (native), Yellowstone cutthroat (native) and even Arctic grayling, a beautiful, silvery sport fish with a large dorsal fin, are found in the high-elevation alpine lakes. Fishing trips into the High Uintas often require hiking or backpacking to remote locations. South of the Uintas lies Strawberry Reservoir—a consistently excellent and pristine source for big trout and Kokanee salmon.
Other popular fishing spots in Northern Utah include Bear Lake, where you can catch a heavy lake trout, or the Bear River, filled with everything from Largemouth bass, Green sunfish, Carp, and Channel and Black Bullhead catfish, among many other species. The Green River, a world-class fly fishing destination, is home to many types of fish and stunning scenery.
Central and Southern Utah also boast renowned fishing locations. Lake Powell and Sand Hollow Reservoir claim fame for big Striped bass. Fish Lake, just outside of Richfield, Utah, is popular for mackinaw. Utah is also home to many hybrid species. Tiger trout, Splake, Wipers, and elusive Tiger muskies are stocked into streams, rivers, and lakes all over the state.
For assistance in catching beautiful fish along Utah’s prized rivers, All Seasons Adventures offers year-round guided fish trips on the Provo and the Weber River. Call All Seasons Adventures at 435-649-9619 or book your next fishing excursion online for the experience of a lifetime and more information on half and full day fly fishing trips.
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