Park City Mountain Resort Named Most Family Friendly Resort in North America

Krista Parry
Posted by Krista Parry on May 7, 2010

Family Friendly Resort (familyfriendly)Park City Mountain Resort was recently named "North America's Most Family-Friendly Resort" by the visitors of onthesnow, which is the most visited snowsports site on the web. Obviously, I would agree 100 percent and let me tell you three reasons why:

1) Park City Mountain Resort has the most friendly team members I have ever encountered (remember I am one of them :-))! But honestly, it seems that no matter where you go around the Resort, including parking lots, ticket windows or on the mountain, a friendly employee is there to answer all your questions. 

2) The Kids Signature Programs at Park City Mountain Resort were the first in the country to guarantee five kids or less in each class. The instructors love it because they can focus on engaging and teaching their class instead of playing Mother Hen. The smaller class means kids are paired with others in their same age and ability level so they can make better friends!

3) Park City Mountain Resort is the most accessible resort in North America (as named by the readers of SKI magazine) because it is only 30 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, plus it offers ski-in/ski-out access to Park City's historic Main Street. As a mom I know how hard it can be to travel with kids. I can't imagine having to get off the plane and drive an additional three hours to reach my destination. That does not sound like a vacation to me!

But these are just my reasons. Listen to what people around the Resort had to say:

 

 

Now I want to hear from you. Why do you think Park City Mountain Resort is North America's Most Family-Friendly Resort?

 

 
 
 

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