Wheather you are searching for the perfect equine partner, or attending one of our many clinics, combine your visit to Placido Dressage with a fabulous vacation any time of year. If you visit us in winter, start your mornings skiing Utah's famous Champagne Powder at any of our three world-class resorts, then spend the afternoons enjoying our incredible imported Spanish horses. Or, attend a weekend clinic, then ski the mornings of the following week, returning to Placido Dressage in the afternoons to practice what you have learned or take some additional lessons, knowing that your horses is well cared for all the while.
If you visit us during summer or fall, you will find perfect conditions for hiking and mountain biking. Start your morning with a hike or bike ride in the beautiful Wasatch Mountains, then head to Placido Dressage for the afternoon.
Any time of year, Old Town Park City offers a variety of options for shopping, dining, and entertainment. For a wealth of information on Park City, visit the Chamber of Commerce.
Getting To Park City
Park City is located about 30 minutes east of Salt Lake City, Utah. We recommend that you rent a car when visiting Placido Dressage, as public transportation options are limited and taxis are somewhat expensive. If you prefer not to rent a car, you may take a shuttle to your lodging, and then there is free transportation within Park City. You will need a taxi to reach Placido Dressage.
Where to Stay
Lodging options abound in Park City. Prices range from very expensive to very reasonable
For luxury lodging, and to take advantage of the many ammenities offered by a resort hotel, consider the following Options:
Closest to Placido Dressage
Placido Dressage is located in Silver Creek, which is just off I-80 at the Silver Creek exit. It is quite close to the Redstone area of Park City, so lodging options in Redstone and at the Canyons Resort are very convenient for your visit to Placido Dressage.
Skiing Park City
With Five National Parks, Utah is America's national parks capital. Our parks include:
Utah is also the best way to access many other parks, including Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona), Mesa Verde National Park (Colorado), Yellowstone National Park(Idaho/Wyoming), and Grand Teton National Park (Wyoming).
For more information on these and other parks, visit Utah National Parks.