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Park City Grubbin'

Finding the best places to eat while on staycation is one of my favorite parts of a trip. We of course have to hit up our favorites, but it's fun to try someplace new as well. Here are our top family friendly picks from this trip. Red Banjo These guys are family owned for 6 generations! How cool is that. They are the oldest restaurant in Park City. They have amazing pizza. We tried the cauliflower crust and loved it! They also have touch free menus which was pretty cool. It was a little rainy, but we couldn't resist sitting

Park City FALL Staycation

Park City in the fall is our absolute favorite. The leaves start changing sooner than they do in the valley and it's a little cooler up in the mountains. We had a lovely stay at the Snow Flower in Park City. It was awesome because they have a kitchen and multiple bedrooms and bathrooms which helps so much when you have a family of 7. It would also be fun to stay with another family. The pool and hot tub were the highlight of our stay. (FYI, Snow Flower reached out with a special discount and they are keeping their

Poison Creek Bike Trail Park City

This is our favorite trail in Park City. We stumbled across it a couple years ago, and now its a must visit every time we are in town. Walking in is great, riding it is better. There are several tunnels with amazing artwork, rope swing, trees covered in shoes, a bridge, a musical park, and miles of adventure along a little stream. The second part of the trail leads to a beautiful Barn and has more awesome murals.

Woodward Park City - BMX Heaven

Ok, I'm going to be totally honest, we aren't sportsy people. There, I said it. I mean, we like to have fun, we own bikes, but my kids just got long boards this year during quarantine. Our skill level is beginner in every sense of the word. So coming to a place like this felt a little overwhelming to me. Also the fact that I have 87 kids (actually 5, feels like 87). And that my kids ages range 2-15. It's a lot to consider when we are doing family activities. Having said all of that, I didn't really know

Poison Creek Bike Trail Park City

We love the Poison Creek Trail in Park City. Its a great bike/board trail. The last couple times we have walked parts of it, but this time around we happened to have some boards in the van so they kids were thrilled to be able to explore farther. The trail ends (or starts if you wish) at the McPolin Farm in Park City. We started at the end of Main Street and followed the trail under several tunnels, then we drove to the farm and found out that the trail connected! The Farm has parking just across the street, go

Silver Lake Trail at Brighton

Silver Lake has been on my list for so long, but we just never get to each year before the snow comes. This year we made it a priority and I'm so glad we did. We went on a Sunday, which I never recommend doing by the way. We usually try to get out during the week to avoid crowds and now I remember why. But, even though it was a weekend and the most incredibly beautiful day, it was still worth it, and the crowds really weren't that bad. We had ages 2-64 and this really was the perfect

5 things to add to your Sundance SUMMER Bucket List

Sundance in the Summer is so beautiful! We have only been here in the fall for the Haunted Lift ride & Zip Line. So it was nice to go up without coats and jackets and really just enjoy the beautiful mountains and scenery. We enjoyed three awesome activities while spending the day at Sundance. All were kid friendly, but would also make for an incredible date idea too. #1 RIDING THE SKI LIFT First up, we took the lift to the tippy top of the mountain. The sun was warm and the breeze was cool, we couldn't have picked a

48 Hours in the Winter Wonderland of Park City | 12 Utah Staycations

Here it is! Our 48-hour itinerary for Park City in the winter! We had so much fun in so little time. I wish we could have spent a bit more time downtown in Park City! Don't forget to enter our Staycation Giveaway with the Sheraton in Park City! Sheraton Park City Stay at the beautiful Sheraton! Your kids will LOVE you when they see their indoor pool and gaming room! Eat here in Park City Two delicious, diverse places to eat in Park City. Kid-friendly too! Vessel Kitchen & Versante Hearth + Bar! What to do with kids in Park

Vessel Kitchen | 12 Utah Staycations

Stephanie is the master at finding delicious foods. She's always on the lookout. Our last place to visit in Park City was Vessel Kitchen. SUCH A GOOD CHOICE! I was super excited to see the menu filled with all sorts of meats, veggies, and different sauces! The menu is amazing, there's even allergy-sensitive dishes and Whole30. So many good options! Brussel Sprouts for the win again! Along with the Miso Steelhead. Avocado Toast The Hash Hash was SO good. It made me feel all warm and cozy inside. It was like eating a super fancy stew. The pickled veggies on

Versante Hearth + Bar | 12 Utah Staycations

After ice skating outside it was time to eat! Park City known for their delicious food and we were super excited to try Versante Grill + Bar! Their wood-fired pizzas caught our eye first! We were a little worried it was a little too fancy for all 9 children, but it was a fun atmosphere for a family! We sat right across the way from the oven! Stephanie and I can't pass up some delicious Brussel sprouts! These Honey Truffle Brussel sprouts were dang delicious. We had all the kids so why not make it a pizza night? We ordered
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