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Old 04-05-2012, 04:52 PM   #1
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Salt Lake City/Park City Overnight Parking Near Ski Resorts?

Heading to Salt Lake City and Park City shortly to do some Spring skiing. We'd welcome tips re places to boondock, stealth park, etc near the ski resorts. We have a pass for each of the ski resorts, so we'll be meandering around the area.

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Old 04-10-2012, 08:41 PM   #2
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Re: Salt Lake City/Park City Overnight Parking Near Ski Reso

To share what we've found so far:
Park City/Deer Valley/Canyons: Jordanelle State Park is a 15 minute drive and has laundry, hot showers, and wifi. While we're more used to boondocking, these luxuries are nice sometimes. For Deer Valley, the Deer Creek gondola is 5 minutes from the campground. So far, there's been ample free day parking at the ski resorts.
Heading out to the Cottonwood Canyons next.
Thanks again to the folks who have PM-ed us with travel tips.
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Re: Salt Lake City/Park City Overnight Parking Near Ski Reso

A few more we found:
Cabela's on the south end of SLC has luxurious parking lot camping. E.g. security lights turned down, water taps, dog exercise area, dump station.
Most (but not all) Wal-marts are welcoming. Call the manager first.
The Flying J in Ogden is noisy, but convenient to the north Utah ski resorts.
Mill Creek Canyon is one of the few canyons that don't have dog restrictions.
If you need anything in fabric built or repaired, Hope Yancey at The Tent Man in Murray is outstanding. She designed cargo nets, a shower enclosure, and curtains for us.
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