a prime location for your next high trip in the West. you will enjoy the great view and chill vibe from our clean, new townhouse with private garage and walking distance to several shops, bars and restaurants. free shuttle to Old Town. adjacent to trail. please check it out.
new, well appointed
CLEAN, comfortable space
mountain view, sunsets!
walk to: restaurants, shops, rentals, groceries, movies, trails, spas, bars and more.
free shuttle to Old Town
8m to PC Resort, 25m to SLC.
Spread out and chill where locals hang and be within striking distance of the resorts and party central. Kimball Junction is the place - New Park is Park City's second center and we love it here.
Food and Entertainment:
The immediate area hosts over twenty restaurants to choose from: Sushi Blue, Red Rock Brew Pub, Maxwell's, fine Italian at Ghidotti's, Park City Coffee Roasters is a must, Starbuck's if you insist, Loco Lizard, and a few takes on Asian cuisine. There's a cinema, a bowling alley (with a great arcade, dining and a bar), a state liquor store, and retail shops nearby including a few equipment rental and repair places (bike/ski/snowboard) to get you setup and tuned up. Oh, and there's a Whole Foods for groceries and yummy desserts.
Fitness: got it.
If somehow you don't get enough activity outside there are many indoor options. The Field House is a great public rec center with views of the preserve and an elevated indoor track. Yoga in the mornings there with the sun rising over Swaner is unreal. There are a few serious cross fit gyms nearby. For a more exclusive full service joint, check out the Silver Mountain Sports Club. They've two locations in town - one with a pool.
Spas and massage: plenty of these to choose from, though we don't yet have a recommendation for you so please let us know about your experience.
There are many other indoor and outdoor activities for the entire family beyond the world class skiing and biking. Year round, try bobsledding or ski jumping at the Olympic park just across highway 224. (BTW you can see the ski jumps from the living room.) There are outdoor concerts in the pavilion at Newpark. There's a pottery center right across the street. Tubing, snowshoeing, fly fishing, zip lining... get out there and explore. You can learn to ski and shoot at the Biathalon course at solider hollow. It's on my list.
The kitchen is equipped with a full size fridge, dishwasher, microwave and gas range. There are basic pots and pans, dishes, a coffee maker, etc. The table seats six. If you have any special requests just let us know in advance and we'll do our best to accommodate them.
If you like classic cars and Mexican food check out Billy Blancos. It's a mile west on I-80 at Quarry Junction, take the Jeremy Ranch Exit 141. We also like the O'Shuck's bar there. It's usually a small local crowd that stops in for a social hour and a garlic burger. It's one of those places you throw your peanut shells on the floor to help soak up the beer. Definitely one of Dave's favs.
The original O'Shuck's location is still going strong on Main Street. It is an après ski traditional along with the No Name Saloon (FKA The Alamo) - though we try to avoid the later these days on account of their paper and plastic abuse, but it is hard to stay away. Newer on the list is Rock & Reilly’s also on Main and not to be missed High West.
More snow and ice, granite, quartzite, dirt? It's only 40minutes to Big and Little. In Big Cottonwood Canyon you'll find Brighton and Solitude where we grew up skiing and climbing. And in Little Cottonwood it's Alta (sorry no boarders) and Snowbird. North a fair bit but worth it is Snowbasin the host of the 2002 Olympic downhill. You're going to need more than one trip to ride all the great terrain in Utah.
The Kimball Art Center often has amazing exhibits and classes.
Swaner EcoCenter has youth programs and lots of great info in addition to the friggin amazing birds. swanerecocenter org
Old Town: The heart of Park City is no doubt Upper Main Street. It can be quite crowded during peak times and is often a struggle to park (try the garage on on Swede Alley or the lots off Marsac Ave). but do get there... Even when it's not Sundance, Slamdance, Ragnar, an Art's festival, the Park Silly Market, some random parade, or a World Cup event going on in town there's no shortage of ways to have a great time with oodles of great restaurants, galleries, shops, bars, and frequent free live music scattered about town. If you're there during the off season be sure to check the Park Record for buy-one-get-one-free coupons to the best restaurants in town. If it's busy take the free shuttle from Kimball to avoid having to park or driving back after a nice evening out.
Free Park City Shuttle. parkcity org
Uber and Lyft are available in the area. Look for Uber-Ski cars that come equipped with racks or room for your gear. And really, most anything you might need is within a short walk of the townhouse. Should you happen to have read all this because you've been left there alone, again ... get out there.
Full access to the entire townhouse and use of the one car garage. Please note the garage is not large and will not easily accommodate XL SUV's. There is covered parking below the units for larger or additional vehicles.
Please don't hesitate to contact us. We're more than happy to offer suggestions for things to do and see while you're in the area or help make arrangements anyway we can. We've lived and played for years in Park City and the greater Wasatch range. We know the area well. That said, we'd love to hear what you've found and think of the wonderful town and surrounding area. We're trying to share the love on Instagram. Please join us. @28ParkLane
This is our family vacation home, please respect the space like you would your own. Upon departure, if you have an extra minute, please take trash and recycling to receptacles to the right of the car ramp on your way out. Thank you!