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3863 Kilby Rd.


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2 hours to Half Day Time to Spend


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Gorgoza Park is one of the most popular family attractions in Park City, especially for visitors with young children. The park features seven lighted tubing lanes, a Fort Frosty playground for children younger than 6, mini-snowmobiles and a small hill for little tubers. Individual ride tickets, as well as two-hour and four-hour passes are offered; Fort Frosty is free with a valid tubing ticket.

Families that visited said Gorgoza Park provided a nice break from the slopes and offered a fun way to entertain young kids for a few hours. Most recommended purchasing the two-hour or four-hour tubing passes and also said it was a good après-ski activity since the park is open until 8 p.m. Some reviewers found it costly – about $100 for a family of four for two hours – but most found it worth the money. 

Gorgoza Park is not located along the free bus route, so you'll need to drive or take a taxi. If you're driving, the park is located 2 miles east of Parleys Summit off of Interstate 80. The park is open Monday through Friday from 1 to 8 p.m. and from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, with extended hours during the holidays. Individual ride tickets range from $6 to $10, dependent on age, while two-hour passes range from $17 to $28. Mini-snowmobile rides cost $12 for 10 laps around the track. Entrance to the Fort Frosty playground costs $10 if no tubing ticket is purchased. Note that the park closes near the end of March or early April, depending on the snowfall at that time of year. Check the website for closings, details and additional directions.

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#1 Historic Park City

Park City sits in the valley between Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort. Once a silver mining town, it has seen booms and busts, as well as a devastating fire that destroyed a large portion of the town in the late 19th century. The Historic Park City area preserves its western mining heritage with a charming mix of boutiques, galleries and restaurants. The Park City Museum, located about midway on Main Street, features exhibits detailing the history of the mining town turned ski mecca and is also home to the official visitor center. What's more, a free trolley runs the length of street if your feet need a break.

Recent visitors loved the variety of shops, galleries, restaurants and bars in Historic Park City, noting there's something for every taste from souvenir joints to ski boutiques. Many recommended a visit to the museum to get a feel for the town's mining history, while others complimented the free transit and the convenience afforded by bedding down in this area. Families enjoyed the historical statues along the street and the availability of clean public restrooms. 

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