Guest Arrival Information
Key and Check-in information will sent via email
to you prior to your arrival. If you haven't received it yet or
have questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Okay, so you're checked into your condo and want
to get into the Park City scene, maybe even...do what the locals
Park City Resources
Area Code: 435, Zip Code: 84060, Time
America West 800-235-9292
All Resort Car Rental 649-3999
Avis Rent A Car 649-7419
Park City Car Rental 658-0403
The Clubhouse 940-1607
Banks & ATMs
ATMs are located at the Park City Mountain Resort,
Deer Valley Resort, The Canyons, Albertson's, Dan's and Smith's
food stores, and at the following banks:
1650 Park Avenue, 435-649-8052
614 Main Street, 435-649-4080
Foreign Currency Exchange
1100 Snow Creek Drive
First Security Bank
1400 Kearns Blvd, (800) 574-6600
6480 N. HWY 224, (800) 574-6600
Bus & Transit
Transit center for city bus system is located at
Park City Mountain Resort
Check-in time is 4 p.m. Check-out time is 10 a.m.
If a later check-out time is required please contact us.
Late check-outs aren’t always possible as a result
of incoming check-ins.
Internet Access @ Jupiter Peak Lodge
Jupiter Peak Lodge has a wireless network compatible
with 802.11b/g devices.
Internet Access In Park City
Park City Public Library,
1255 Park Ave. Free
Cyber Café & Art Gallery, 544 Main Street Fee:
$5 per 30 mins.
Health & Safety
Emergency dial 911works on any phone
Park City Health and Emergency Center 435-649-7640 1665 Bonanza
Snow Creek Emergency and Medical Center 435-655-0055 1600
Snow Creek Drive
Fire Department 435-649-6706 1353 Park Avenue
Police Department 435-645-5050 445 Marsac
Utah Poison Control(800) 456-7707Toll-free number
Laundry is located in the second floor hallway closet.
1901 Sidewinder Dr. 649-7254
Largest liquor store in Park City and best wine selection.
10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
524 Main St. 649-3293
11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Park City Newspapers
Daily Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News
Bi-weekly Park Record Every Wed & Sat
Weekly Summit County Bee
Post Office 649-1045
Located at 450 Main Street and 2100 Park Ave.
Public Library 615-5600
Located at 1255 Park Ave.
Powder For The People 649-6648
Park City Taxi 645-8294
If you’re not used to being at high altitudes
or if you just have been at sea level for a while, you’ll
want to be careful once you get here. The reality is, the town
of Park City is at an elevation ranging from 6,900 feet (2,103
meters) up to around 8,000 feet in upper Deer Valley. The peaks
of the resorts top out at 10,000 feet (3,220 meters). As a
result of the altitude, many people can experience headaches,
nausea, vomiting, and sleeplessness. Although commonly referred
to as feeling like death itself, the official name is Acute
Mountain Sickness (AMS).
Typically, AMS will occur in the first 8 to 24
hours of being at elevation. If AMS doesn't sound like your
cup of tea, you can usually avoid it or minimize it greatly
by staying hydrated, avoiding strenuous activities the first
few days, avoiding salty foods, eating foods high in carbs(sorry
atkins lovers), and reducing alcohol intake to less than a
typical college student on a school night.
If you're not feeling better after a day or so,
please consult a doctor(please take advice from locals with
a grain of salt, especially if their car rack is worth more
than said car or their ski quiver is their primary asset).
Liquor Laws In Brief
Nope, Utah isn't a Dry State contrary to popular
belief although the liquor laws are quirky enough to drive
some people to sobriety.
Beer 3.2 Beer can be purchased
at grocery and convenience stores and is served un restaurants
that only have beer licenses. Full strength beer(real beer)
can be purchased at State Liquor Stores.
Wine Can be purchased in State
Liquor Stores and served in restaurants and private clubs.
Liquor Can be purchased in State
Liquor Stores and served in restaurants with food or in private
clubs without ordering food.
Don't forget, liquor stores are closed on Sundays!
Beer can still be purchased at grocery stores and convenience
Private Clubs You can consume
alcohol without consuming food. However, to get into a private
club, you typically need to purchase a temporary membership
that usually lasts for a couple weeks. Temp. Memberships are
usually around $5 and that allows you and five guests to enter.
Restaurants If you are consuming
food you can consume alcoholic beverages, no membership needed.
Okay, so you've read all of this and now all
that's left to do is hit a moose on skis* and bam! You're a
Welcome to the club.
*Jupiter Peak Lodging does not actually recommend
hitting a moose on skis. In addition to it hurting...alot,
moose tend to dislike being hit by skiers, boarders, and other
such as children.