Hotels in Park City
- Stag Lodge is located on Deer Valley’s Bald Eagle Mountain, with some of the most beautiful views of the valley. It has “ski-in, ski-out” and suites available for larger families.
- Stein Eriksen Lodge at Deer Valley is known as the area’s only 5-star lodge. With “ski-in, ski-out” 4-bedroom suites and a 5-star spa, this is the ultimate in luxury group travel.
- Silver Star at Park City is a group of condos and cottages perfect for larger groups that also want their own space. Book in advance to get two condos near each other.
- Hotel Park City, a Marriott Autograph Collection, includes 100 suites, all with in-room fireplaces and private balconies. Hotel Park City was named Top Ski Hotel by Conde Nast and received a 2019 certificate of excellence from Trip Advisor, so you know you’ve picked a great spot with all the Marriott perks.
Things to do in Park City
There is a great mix of old and new in Park City, where you can see over 60 buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the remaining memories of the old silver mining days. The 5-star resorts, incredible lodges and array of fine dining bring in the new in all the best ways. Groups will love the variety of restaurants, the “ski-in, ski-out” of the main downtown and the abundance of winter activities from dawn to dusk.
Winter Activities in Park City
Skiing and Snowboarding
How do you like to shred the slopes? Depending on whether you ski or snowboard will help decide which mountain to visit. Deer Valley is a ski-only resort, so if someone in your group snowboards, you might all want to buy tickets at Park City.
Purchasing your ski lift tickets in advance can offer huge savings, especially when buying for a big group. Park City suggests buying at least a week in advance for the best deal.
First Tracks is a program that allows visitors onto the slopes early in the morning before regular lift ticket holders. It's only available for large groups visiting Park City. Call in advance to inquire about first track options for your group to see a side of Park City that many never experience.
If this is your first ski trip, Deer Valley is a great place to learn to ski for the first time. With their snowboarder-free slopes and limited day ticket sales, the slopes are always crowd-free. The skilled staff at Deer Valley suggests children start skiing around five-years-old, or younger if they have tried other sports. Every child is different and listening to what they feel comfortable with will ensure the best day on the slopes. If they aren’t ready yet, check out one of the onsite childcare centers, complete with arts and crafts.
Cross country skiing allows you to see a variety of terrain, including valleys, frozen rivers and mountain peaks without incline of blue or black slopes. Not to be confused with easy or no-skill level, cross-country skiing is still hard work. Older guests might enjoy cross-country skiing more, as it doesn’t put as much pressure on the joints. There are multiple ski areas, some with over 30 kilometers of groomed tracks ready to explore. Solider Hollow Nordic Center is another great place to do ski runs.
With huge fat tires that easily navigate the winter trails, snow biking is a fun activity for the whole family. Park City has over 400 miles of snow bike trails ready for you to explore. White Pine Touring can set you up with a guided tour or you can rent the bikes and head off on your own.
Experience the longest tubing lanes in Utah at Utah Olympic’s Tube Park with a 1,200ft sliding lane. With two-hour tubing time limits, this is a great way to relax after a day on the slopes. Grab the whole group and meet up for the last tubing time block of the afternoon. If you’re skiing until the final lift closes, you can still enjoy tubing under the stars with their night tubing sessions. Bundle up, the temperature drops and becomes even colder after the sun goes down.
Located at the base of Park City Mountain Resort, Park City Ice Rink is the area’s only outdoor skate rink. Skate as long as you would like with no skate time limits and outdoor fire pits for family and friends to gather around. With hot cocoa and après ski snacks, this is the perfect spot to unwind.
Utah Outdoor Adventures offers snowshoe tours for the whole family. They have all the gear plus provide a tour guide to show you areas of the mountain you haven’t seen yet. The tours are around two hours and can be customized to your group. Plus, with the tour guide, you’ll learn about local wildlife and history.