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!
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!
For over 25 years the Adopt-A-Native-Elder Annual Rug Show has called Park City home. As the leaves begin to fall and the air tinges with the winter chill, we wait in anticipation and excitement to view the year’s offerings of hand woven Navajo rugs, craft jewelry, traditional baskets, and mostly the smiling and welcoming faces of the various Dine’ (or Navajo) families. The elders travel from their traditional tribal lands in Southern Utah and Northern Arizona up to the (often snowy) mountains of Park City. Park City Lodging is a proud supporter of the Adopt-A-Native-Elder program. Each year we provide lodging for some of the Elders and their families who undertake the long trek.
Each year the show celebrates a different style of rug weaving. This November the event will showcase the Teec Nos Pos style of weaving, known to be the most intricate of all weaves. Remarkably, each rug is meticulously woven by hand, they say you can feel the hands of the individual weaver in each rug. To give an idea of what an incredible task this is, a typical 4’x6’ rug takes an average weaver up to three months to create (working full time), while the more intricate styles can take up to six months!
The Adopt-A-Native-Elder program started in the 1980’s as a way to support the traditional lifestyle of the Native populations that live in Southern Utah and Northern Arizona. Today the program supports over 500 Native elders with food, simple medicines, clothing, fabric, and yarns. 100% of all proceeds made at the annual Rug Show go directly to the families. It’s quite an experience to fall in love with a rug, meet the weaver, and know that every cent of your purchase is going to support their traditional lifestyle.
This year’s event marks the 28th year and will be held at Deer Valley Resort’s Snow Park Lodge from November 10-12. In addition to viewing the rugs, jewelry, and woven baskets, you can enjoy weaving demonstrations, Navajo children’s dances, and the unforgettable – and absolutely hilarious – Native American Grandma and Grandpa Idol contest! Visit www.AnElder.org for more information.
Before Park City was a premier ski town with a thriving economy and a bustling downtown; Park City was merely a mining boom town, complete with 27 bars and a red light district. The houses were little more than shacks lining Daly Canyon at the top of modern day Main Street. Many miners began their days before the sun rose and ended them long after the sun had set. It was a close-knit community consisting of the strong willed and tough. At the height of Park City’s mining days, it was said that Park City was the greatest silver camp in the world.
Alas, all booms eventually bust and the end of an era came with the closure of the Ontario Silver Mine. It’s easy to imagine the difficult transition in Park City during this time, with many fighting tooth and nail to hold on to what they knew. With the fall of the mining boom, town was quickly transitioning to a ghost town. Change was needed and the arrival of the first ski lift in 1946 began the journey that Park City finds itself on today.
With such a rich history beneath present day Park City, Miners’ Day has become an important nod to our mining heritage. Each year on Labor Day, the Miners Day celebrations sweep Park City, offering fun for all ages (especially if you know nothing about mining!). The signature event of the day, the Mucking & Drilling Competition, is sure to be one of the most unique experiences in any ski town. People gather from all around the mountain west to compete in events that simulate the demands of silver mines.
Start the day with a pancake breakfast in the park and the Miners’ Day 5K, a fundraiser for local non-profits, funky costumes encouraged! Prior to the parade on Main Street at 11:00 a.m. the infamous Running of the Balls event takes place. Vying participants purchase tennis balls and release them on Main Street in a mad race to the bottom where winners win valuable prizes such as ski passes. Finish the day with live music in the park, Bar-B-Que lunch, and a skateboard bowl jam.
We invite everyone to come out, celebrate and enjoy Park City’s vibrant history on September 4th all over the downtown Park City area. For a complete list of events and times please visit the Miners’ Day website. Official site: http://parkcityminersday.org/
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