As your Park City vacation grows closer, you may be getting more excited and more worried as each day passes. You know you are headed to one of the most beautiful vacation destinations in the world, but you are also beginning to wonder about what you should bring with you and what all there is to do while you’re there! And because packing for any vacation is always a dreaded task (We either pack too much or not enough!), we thought that maybe our guests would like a guide to ensure their packing, exploring, and sightseeing goes smoothly. We’re offering you some handy tips to plan your vacation to Park City!
Plan Your Vacation and Let’s Fill Those Suitcases!
Obviously, you’re going to want to leave room in your baggage for all the trinkets and treasures you pick up during your stay, so we’ll relieve your mind on one very important matter first: Your Park City Vacation Rentals luxury property comes with a washer and dryer, so you can get away with packing the minimal amount of clothes!
We suggest jeans, sweaters, and jackets—light ones in the summer and late spring and heavier ones in the fall and winter—and because they take up so much space, wear your heavy coat on the plane and use it as a blanket or extra pillow! Gloves, boots, and hats are a necessity in the colder months, but if you are planning on skiing, don’t worry about packing ski gear; there are plenty of places to rent everything you need for the slopes right here in town!
One dressy outfit could be handy, especially when visiting during Sundance Film Festival, but mostly we are a casual town that doesn’t believe in putting on airs, so don’t spend a lot of money and space on sequined evening gowns and stiletto heels! Finish up with whatever toiletries you need, an eReader and/or laptop and you’re good to go! That wasn’t that difficult, was it?
Where to Go During Your Stay
There are so many things to see and do in Park City, you may need to take more than one trip to see it all! Utah Olympic Park, the site of the 2002 Winter Olympics, is always a special place to visit, and the Park City Museum offers a fascinating glimpse into the early days of our mountain village. Before the snow falls, fly fishing is a popular activity, as is hiking, biking, or just taking a drive through the small towns and large cities that dot the Utah landscape. Shop in charming boutiques, dine in fine dining establishments, or simply take a day and enjoy the luxury amenities found in your Park City Vacation Rentals exclusive properties; sometimes it’s the smallest adventures that make the largest impact, and our homes are designed for families to live, laugh, and love in. What are you waiting for? Reserve yours today and discover the difference a stellar vacation home can make in an already fabulous vacation!