thanksgiving in Park CityCelebrate Thanksgiving in Park City with friends and family. If you are looking for the full Park City experience this holiday weekend, here are some things that I just wouldn’t miss.   So come share the Thanksgiving holiday with friends and family in Park City and take advantage of the lowest rates of the season and get your 3rd night free.

Of course, one of the favorite things to do is experience some early season skiing.  With early snow and snow guns blazing, November is a great time to plan an affordable Park City ski vacation. There is no better way to burn off those holiday meals.  The base area at Park City Resort is scheduled to open on November 18, with Canyons Village slated to open November 23, just in time for Thanksgiving.   (Deer Valley opens December 3rd)

Depending on early snow, experience a unforgettable Thanksgiving with all the traditional fixings with the Rocky Mountain  Sleigh Company.  Clydesdale-drawn sleighs will carry you and your family over the Weber River and through the woods to you most memorable Thanksgiving dinner ever.   Call for reservations.

Park City Restaurant AssociationMany of our Park City restaurants are offering Thanksgiving dinner menus; from formal multi-course dinners, casual buffets, or catered fare, you’ll find the dinner that’s right for you, your family and your friends. Bistro 412, Cisero’s, Glitretind, Grub Steak, High West, the Hyatt Escala Lodge, the Montage, the Waldorf-Astoria, The Canyons and others are offering delicious dinners or catered items. View Park City Restaurant Association Thanksgiving Dinner menus.

For those looking to have Thanksgiving in the comfort of their own homes, but without any of the mess or fuss, check out some of the catering menus available at Cuisine Unlimited’s “Carefree Thanksgiving,” sure to delight or Gourmet-to-Go from the Waldorf Astoria.

shoppingWe’re making it a shop till you drop experience in Park City. Don’t miss Moonlight Madness at Tanger Outlets – Stores open at 10:00 PM Thanksgiving night and remain open through 9:00 PM Friday night!

On Friday, November 25th, explore Park City’s exciting art scene at our monthly Park City Gallery Stroll on Main Street. This is a free community event that gives locals and Park City visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while they explore our galleries.

Park City’s own theater house, The Egyptian Theater, puts on a good show, no matter what time of year you come in to town. This year they will be hosting Little Show of Horrors over Thanksgiving weekend
And if all the activities and attractions isn’t enough to entice you to spend Thanksgiving in Park City, we’re offering free parking on Main Street from Thanksgiving Day through December 18. Click here to find out more about Historic Park City.
Park City Electric ParadeKick off the holiday season with the ever popular Electric Parade on Main Street on November 26, with activities from 4:00 to 6:00 PM. The parade, which is free and open to the public, is a carnival of glittering cars, trucks, trolleys, bicycles and other creative vehicles that celebrates the kickoff of the Holiday season in Park City.
For a truly unique experience, visit the Olympic training ground for athletes from around the world. Olympic Park has many events that visitors can participate in, including a real bobsled ride, and an intense zip line.
Thanksgiving is a family holiday, but that doesn’t mean you have to spend the entire time with the kids. Park City has a robust, eclectic nightlife that’s hopping all year round. Main Street is packed with live music and local brews, so go check it out!

Let Identity Properties help you plan your Park City Utah winter ski and snowboard vacation!  Our on-site concierge can assist with restaurant recommendations and reservations, scheduling childcare, lift tickets, ski and snowboard rental equipment and gear, local activities and more.

Contact our concierge desk at 800-245-6417 or email us at reservations@pclodge.com

 

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