We’ve checked out some serious riding and family adventure hot spots in Park City, so now where we do we stay? With over 140 properties to choose from Park City Lodging has a diverse range of homes to fit every traveler’s needs and budget. Many of their properties are located in historic Old Town or near the resort base areas, so you are never far from the food, fun or most importantly the mountain bike trails. Learn more at the Park City Lodging website.
Park City Lodging is Perfect for Those with Families
For families, Park City Lodging’s Park Station condominiums make a great basecamp for your vacation. Located at the north end of Main Street, these one, two, three or five bedroom condos have great access to town for dining and sightseeing. City Park is just down the trail, and be sure to enjoy amenities like an outdoor pool and hot tubs.
Hop on the free town shuttle to explore activities at the various resort base areas which is just a few minutes bus ride away. The Park City Resort Town Lift is an easy five minute walk. Take advantage of Park City Lodging’s concierge services which can have your groceries delivered prior to arrival and book your activity itinerary with guided mountain bike tours, fly fishing instruction, horseback rides, and special pricing on equipment rentals.
Lodging Designed for Mountain Bikers
For those looking to come experience the world-famous mountain bike trails, Park City Lodging has a number of private homes with garages perfect for storing bikes and gear. Ride right out the door of any one of their homes and you will find yourself on IMBA Gold-level trails in minutes.
Mountain bikers looking for lift access riding should definitely check out their homes in Deer Valley or Old Town. Park City Lodging’s Lakeside and Queen Esther townhomes are both located a short pedal from Deer Valley Resort’s Snow Park Lodge. Deer Valley has over 40 miles of trails and four flow trails designed by Gravity Logic.