Park City, Main Street Weekend

Birthday cake celebration in our Town Pointe condo

It was a dark and stormy night. Wait…no, it was a beautiful fall weekend in Park City! And I may or may not have been turning 40. So, I wanted an accommodation with a homey feel so my out of town guests and family could kick back and relax. But, I also wanted the excitement and dining of Main Street within an easy walk for birthday celebrations. I decided on Town Point Condominiums. These spacious and very nicely appointed accommodations offer a well equipped kitchen, open floor plan and generous bedding. We stayed in unit 301C. This three bedroom unit with private hot tub, offers gorgeous mountain views from the balcony.

Beautiful view off our balcony overlooking runs Park City Mountain Resort

While this location suited our warm weather needs perfectly – with the bike trail right outside and a very fun park within easy walking distance for entertaining the little members of our group. It is also an excellent option for winter visitors. This long time popular choice of the Sundance Film Festival crowd; Town Point Condos are located within easy walking distance of the Town Lift ski access. And, if you choose to leave the cozy condo for nighttime adventures, Main St is but a stumble away. The property does not offer a pool, but most units have outdoor hot tubs. A perfect option for kids (of all ages) to enjoy without having to leave the privacy of their own condominium. This is a huge bonus for families with kids who enjoy spending every waking moment splashing around in a hot tub!

We thoroughly enjoyed our weekend on Main, and I certainly do not plan to wait another 40 years to enjoy the convenience that Town Point has to offer!

Heather Gardner, Destination Expert

Heather Gardner (4 Posts)

I am passionate about The Rocky Mountains. I have been blessed to live in such great states as Colorado, Montana, Utah, and even Alaska. If you want to talk about mountain life—fresh air, hiking, climbing, camping or powder—I am your girl! If you really want to get me going, let’s chat about Montana. I worked, played and lived in Big Sky for more than ten years. There isn’t a question I can’t answer or a request I can’t make happen. Just try me!

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