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Living in Utah one of my favorite spots for a staycation is Park City. Sure it’s a great ski town in the winter but it is just as much a destination during the spring and summer, plus since it’s the off season you can usually get some good discounts. Cody and I love to escape up the canyon to Park City so I wanted to put together a list of some of my favorite places to eat, stay, and play.
Every staycation calls for at least one romantic night out for an excuse to get dressed up. I love this white lacy halter dress (under $100). It’s an easy silhouette but the lace makes it perfect for a night out to dinner. This black crochet dress is a total head-turner. Love these neutral ankle strap sandals and this white tote to complete the look.
It’s always a little bit cooler in the mountains than the valley which makes Park City so pack a light extra layer like a cute sweater or a lightweight trench. And of course don’t forget a pair of sneakers so you can take a hike and explore the beautiful scenery!
Montage Deer Valley: The Montage is really kid-friendly so it’s a great place to stay for a family getaway but it’s also great for a romantic weekend with your S/O. The Montage Deer Valley has the cutest little spot to make s’mores and an amazing spa if you need an extra push to relax 😉
Washington School House: This boutique hotel is one of my favorites in Park City. It was built as a school in 1889 and later became a hotel. I’m obsessed with all the decor and love the quaint, cozy feeling. It’s also just a block from Main Street so it’s a great location if you want to be close to the action.
Baja Cantina: No matter where my staycation takes me, I always crave good Mexican haha. And Baja Cantina does not disappoint! We go every time we are in Park City.
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory: We always hit Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory whenever we are in Park City – it’s one of Cody’s favorites. You can’t go wrong with anything there, but their caramel apples are
High West Distillery & Saloon: High West is a must see. It’s got that cool western saloon vibe and the distillery on site and the food does not disappoint.
Trolley: There is a free trolley that takes you up and down Main Street. I love the old vintage feel of the trolley and the best part is it’s free!
Homestead Crater: Just a few minutes outside of Park City is the Homestead Crater! It’s a warm natural spring where you can snorkel, scuba, or just stick to swimming. We are taking the kids soon and can’t wait!
Get outside: For those staycations when you really want to get outdoors and see some amazing views, a hike in Park City is a must. Or if you want some cool sights without breaking a sweat, the gondola is a less strenuous trip to some great views.
Outdoor concerts: I love music so concerts are one of my favorite date night options. Add a beautiful spring or summer evening and you have a recipe for an unforgettable night. Park City has a bunch of great outdoor concerts lined up that would be perfect after catching dinner on your staycation.
Alpine Slide: This is a blast with the kids but even as adults Cody and I love the Alpine Slides. You sit in a luge-like sled and slide down the mountain on the track. Cody and I both go on separate sides of the mountain and race down the hill. I lose every time. Cody’s not afraid to go full speed – he will fly around those corners!
Let me know if you make it to Park City and what some of your favorite spots are! And be sure to check out Cody’s post here.
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