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Updated: Jan 23, 2022

It is no doubt that Park City is one of the most amazing towns to visit at Christmas time. Here are some fun and festive things that you can do during your time there.


You can snow tube at Woodward Park. This is a small park where skiers and snowboarders can practice tricks on the slopes.

There are several snow tubing lanes here. There is also two starting points varying in height that you can launch your tube from. We enjoyed the highest starting point most of the time that we launched our tubes.

Tubing was $50 per person for a two hour time slot.


Main street transforms during the Christmas season. Everywhere you look there is some kind of Christmas decoration. There are Christmas lights everywhere you look and the shops have decorated windows on display.

One thing that is super fun is the Snowglobe Stroll. The Snowglobe Stroll is a hide and seek type game where 9 large snowglobes are placed all along Main Street for you to find. Honestly, they are really easy to spot. Each snowglobe has some sort of icon that Park City is known for (such as skiing, hot air ballons, etc). Once you find a snowglobe, you can scan the QR code located on the globe for a chance to win prizes!

We really enjoyed walking along Main Street and enjoying all of the decor, as well as the recently fallen snow!

For lunch, we stopped at Wasatch Brewery for one of the most awesome lunches that we have had in a long time! I got the Shrimp Linguine and Sam got the Fish n Chips. They were both wonderful! We also enjoyed their Cinnamon Fig Old Fashioned as well as several of their beers! We did spend a pretty penny for this lunch, but it was honestly worth it.


Park City Mountain Resort has ice skating! It had been a while since we ice skated, so we were a bit rusty. After a while, we did catch on and really enjoyed it!

The rink is located outdoors, right by the parking lot of Park City Mountain Resort. The rink was a bit smaller than we thought that it would be, but it was not crowded when we skated. We felt like we had enough room to skate. The rink was decorated with Christmas decor, and they had Christmas music playing which really added to the vibe! They also have these things that your kids can hold on to that helps them stay up when skating.

Fees were $25 per person and that includes the rental skates. It is cheaper if you own your own skates. There is no limit for how long you can skate, but you cannot leave and come back.

They also have small electric fire places for you to enjoy, and we were lucky enough to get one!

Overall, these are the things that we enjoyed doing during our day in Park City. I hope that this is helpful for you when you choose to visit during the Christmas season.

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