Park City Family Activities

Park City provides a fun, family-friendly atmosphere. After a day on the slopes or when the kids are ready for another activity – Park City offers an abundance of kid-oriented activities that are sure to please all age groups….from toddler to teen.  Check out this list of Park City Family Activities:

  • Park City Family Activities

    Park City Family Activities

    Storytime at the Park City Library – 1255 Park Avenue – 435-615-5600.

  • Baby and Me: Every Monday at 3:30 pm and Wednesday at 10:00 am. Birth to 18 months – nursery rhymes, finger plays and music.
    Toddler Time: Every Thursday at 11:00 am. 18 months to 3 years of age. Stories, songs, finger plays, movement and a craft.
    Preschool Storytime: Every Thursday at 10:00 am. Children 3-6 years of age. Children listen to stories and participate in songs, finger plays and a craft.
  • Kid Zoomerz – The Adventure Program for Kids! Park City – 435-729-0560 or www.kidzoomerz.com Many of the activities offered can be specially tailored to the needs of vacationing families looking for new and exciting mountain experiences for their children.
  • Kimball Art Center – 638 Park Avenue – 435-649-8882 or www.kimballartcenter.org/education A variety of winter and summer arts and crafts programs for all ages.
  • Gorgoza Park Winter Tubing – Winter fun for everyone! Offers lighted, lift-served tubing on seven lanes. www.gorgozapark.com or 435-658-2648.
  • Jupiter Bowl – 1090 Center Drive, Park City – Bowling, arcade, Wii Lounge, The Lift Grill and Lounge. A great night out for the whole family! 435-658-2695 or www.jupiterbowl.com
  • Park City Ice Arena – Ice skating, ice hockey (open skate and drop-in hockey available), indoor tennis courts. 435-615-5700 or www.parkcity.org
  • Park City Skate Park – 1400 Sullivan Road. One street east of Park Avenue, located at the South End of City Park. Park City’s Skate Park features a street course, beginner bowl/half pipe as well as deep bowls. The park is open to boarders and in-line skaters, (no bikes allowed) and offers a variety of options for both beginner and expert, and the best part… .ADMISSION IS FREE! www.parkcity.org
  • Red Box DVD movie rental locations
    Associated Fresh Market – 1760 Park Avenue, Park City
    Smiths – 1725 Uinta Way, Park City
    Park City Market – 1500 Snow Creek Drive, Park City

Park City’s towering mountains reach 9000 feet allowing you to take Park City family activities and fun to new heights. With skiing and riding in the winter and horseback riding and Alpine Coasters and slides in the summer, you’ll never run out of things to do in Park City. Even your toddlers will get their little senses and imaginations firing with winter and summer kids camps and by encountering clowns, magicians, face painters and more at the Park Silly Sunday Market held every Sunday throughout the summer. There’s a high probability mom and dad will even let their inner silly shine forth!

Park City Family Lodging

Planning a Park City family reunion or wedding?  Park City Resort Lodging (Identity Properties) offers great golf course and on the mountain lodging in Park City and Deer Valley. We offer spacious, fully equipped condos ranging from one to four bedrooms, full kitchens, living rooms and TV/DVD. We have multiple condominium rentals within the same complex – so your reunion group can lodge at the same location.  The Park Avenue Condominiums, Three Kings Condominiums and Resort Plaza at Park City Mountain Resort all offer outdoor heated swimming pools and common area hot tubs.

Start planning your Park City Family Vacation today.

 

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Testimonials

Great location, beautiful views!

We have stayed here in both summer and winter. We have also stayed in various other properties in Park City. This is by
far our favorite place to stay for many reasons. The first is the location. It is on a golf course with a lot of open space
which is great for walking around. My kids like to hunt for golf balls. It is also next to the grocery store and great frozen
yogurt spot. We walk to downtown most nights which is 3-5 minutes away and the ski resort is about the same. It’s
also on the bus route if interested. We mostly walk around which is very easy. The second reason is the condo layout.
These are large units. They are large enough to separate parties out if desired (can be good with kids) but also has
one large central area for gathering/cooking. A lot of condos we have stayed in are very dark and closed but these have
a lot of natural light and are very open feeling. Our unit had a hot tub too which was nice. There are pool/tennis
facilities which we use a lot….especially in the summer. We are so happy we found this place. Highly recommended!!!

— March 6, 2013

Have just returned today from Park City Jupiter Inn. Nothing but praise for the Inn and its staff. We had a studio it was
large so well equipped with a full kitchen, very comfy bed etc. only minor complaint was it was very hot.! We had
daily cleaning also which was a bonus. Road was not an issue as was quiet at night. But what made it for us was the
STAFF, really friendly and helpful going out of their way to make you welcome. The shuttle bus to slopes and town
was terrific, have been back 12 hours and already planning next years trip.

— Mar. 9, 2013
 

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