Park City like you never knew it: affordable and quiet

Forbes Travel Guide had an editor spend two days in Park City this summer, and writer Caroline Patek wrote about the allure of the experience here. In her post she talks up the summer as Park City’s “best-kept secret” for its voluminous trails and countless goings on across the area.


It’s true, summers in Park City see its Main Street bustling with tourists, “locals” and area residents coming for a day or weekend visit from close-by rural towns and neighboring counties. Park City’s second season, summer is warm in the day, cool at night, and offers a host of recreational and cultural activities Patek reviews in her post.


“Well, now summer is over!” you say. “We’ll have to wait till next year to vacation there with the kiddos, or spring for a weekend for the parents.” While planning several months in advance is never a bad idea, I’d argue that there’s still time.


As a former local of Park City myself, I will let you in on a bigger secret than summertime: Autumn. Fall in Park City is quiet, serene, breathtaking, and affordable. There are still many activities available in the “off-season,” even though many resorts close for Fall and Spring months, but if you’re looking for a relaxing getaway with little hassle and even less dinero, Park City might be your spot.


Splashes of warm color quilt the mountainsides, and hiking or biking among them is still doable for early autumn on a number of public trails. Weather can range from mild with highs of sixty degrees, to a cold rain shower or a burst of snow, even in early September. The unpredictability can be exciting, and the views are exquisite.


Buying a Park City timeshare for the Autumn off-season can be done incredibly reasonably too. Properties on or near Main Street are affordable for almost any family wanting a Fall vacation, and others offer spectacular vistas of the mountain territory around. Travelers should be aware, of course, that in the off-seasons activities and dining options can be more difficult to plan, due to closures and hiatuses, even when they are more affordable, though websites like Park City’s chamber of commerce highlight potential ways to spend your time, like farmer’s markets, museums, hot air ballooning and scenic drives.


Premier Timeshare Resale is exceptionally knowledgeable about Park City timeshares, from the larger Marriott’s Mountainside and Summit Watch & Westgate Resort and Spa, to smaller, cozier, more affordable properties such as Park Plaza, Sweetwater Lift Lodge, and more. Contact an agent today to see how much your Park City timeshare is worth, or if you’d like to snag a great deal on buying an Autumn Park City timeshare.


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