Fathers Day is June 18, 2017

Park City Mountain Biking Trails#FathersDay is just around the corner!  Still trying to figure out how to treat dad right this year?  Show Dad you love him by giving him quality time with his family and there is no better way spend Father’s Day than a weekend family getway in #ParkCity #Utah.  Summer officially kicks off Friday, June 16th with the opening of both Deer Valley and Park City resorts. Summer activities in Park City are endless.  Take him mountain biking, fishing, horse back riding or the ride of a lifetime on the comet bobsled at Utah Olympic Park.

And to sweeten the deal, Park City Resort Lodging, a division of Identity Properties is offering third night free at ALL our Park City vacation rentals to make dads weekend spectacular. Give us a call today and show your dad how much he means to you with a gift he won’t soon forget.

Wondering What to Do Father’s Day in Park City?

June 16, 2017
Deer Valley Resort opens for the summer season

Family Hiking at Deer Valley Resort

Family Hiking at Deer Valley Resort

Kick off the summer season at Deer Valley Resort with daily summer operations beginning June 16 and running through September 4, 2017; then weekends only through September 17. last summer, Deer Valley embarked on its largest-ever summer investment to modernize and update its existing mountain biking/hiking trail inventory. That effort delivered the highly successful intermediate “flow” trail, Tidal Wave.  From extensive investments to the resort’s mountain biking trail system and vitalizing hikes among the aspens to fine dining and renowned open-air evening concerts, Deer Valley delivers mountain fun all summer long.

June 16, 2017
Park City Canyons Village kicks off their summer season.
Welcome to summer at Park City!   The largest four season destination resort in the U.S. offers you an expansive variety of summer adventures and events. In addition to fresh mountain air, Park City gourmet dining, scenic gondola rides, breath-taking hikes, expansive array of mountain bike trails and live music concerts all summer long.

Park City Savor the Summit - Park City Restaurant Association

Park City Savor the Summit

June 17, 2017
Savor the Summit
One of the highlights of summer is Savor the Summit, This is Park City’s longest dinner party offering diners a unique celebration of fabulous food, drink and live music whiled seated in the middle of Main Street.  Purchase tickets early to early your place at the table.

And that’s all that’s happening Friday and Saturday over Father’s Day weekend in Park City.  Here’s some things to do Sunday, June 19th, Father’s Day in Park City.

Sunday, June 18th, Father’s Day

We’ve saving the best for Sunday, Father’s Day in Park City.  Start the day with Father’s Day Brunch in Park City.  Brunch, arguably the most important meal of a leisurely vacation, is best enjoyed when you know where to go. Here’s a few of our Park City restaurants that offer Park City’s most heavenly brunch experience.

The Eating EstablishmentPark City’s oldest full-service restaurant is best known for breakfast, and for good reason. There isn’t much that the Double E doesn’t have on its menu; and if you’re hankering for something that’s not, you need only ask.

The Glitretind  Like everything else at Stein Eriksen Lodge, the dining experience will exceed your expectations.  Deer Valley’s famous Glitretind Restaurant offers something for everyone, from Carrot Cake French Toast and a Norwegian Potato & Bacon Pancake, you may just have to order both. We recommend: making reservations.

Squatter’s –  More than just great beer.  Fresh, local ingredients, from farm-fresh eggs to Niman Ranch meats, are the staple of this Park Avenue hot spot. Menu highlights include bread pudding French toast and hot bourbon syrup, homemade beer buscuits and Navajo fry bread.

June 18th, Park Silly Sunday Market

Park Silly Sunday MarketThe Park Silly Sunday Market is always a great family day in Park City.  It is held from 10am to 5pm, with great music, crafts, artwork and fun activities for the kids.  We want the Market to be a weekend ritual, an opportunity to reconnect with our family and friends. The Market is handicapped accessible. Snow, rain, or shine the show must go on.

So come spend #Father’sDay weekend in #ParkCity and make it a weekend he’ll never forget.  He’ll love it knowing he’s getting a free night in Park City.


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