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One of the most popular and beautiful places to visit in Utah is Park City, a gorgeous mountain town that features plenty of winter activities such as skiing. It also happens to be a great place to visit any time of year, as they have some fantastic things to do in the summer, spring, and fall too!

Keeping Active in and Around Park City

Park City always has plenty for vacationers to see and do whenever they visit. The area is very popular to visit in the winter thanks to the proximity to the Wasatch Mountains and the wide range of ski resorts. The other seasons are just as great though, as there are plenty of places to go hiking, biking, fishing, and more. Those who love the great outdoors will always find plenty of things to keep them busy. Some of the most popular outdoor recreation areas to visit include Antelope Island State Park and Rockport State Park. Some of the animals you might get lucky enough to see include bison and antelope.

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Winter is still around for a while in many places, and it's already firmly planted on the ground in the form of snow for others. If you love the cold weather, then you are already getting ready for your winter vacation to Park City. The Utah city is really one of the best places to spend your holiday. Of course, you might be wondering just what you will be able to do when you get there. Fortunately, you will always have plenty to love!

Of course, you probably already anticipate taking in all of the different winter activities on your vacation. You can enjoy snowboarding and skiing, and you can head out on a snowmobile or on a set of snowshoes for a chilly winter hike. That's just the start of the activities though. You can slide downhill on a sleigh or a tube, and even take a winter fly fishing trip.

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Keeping Busy in Park City

Park City, Utah is one of those unique vacation destinations that manages to offer something for every member of your family and everyone in your group of friends. It is one of the most popular and beloved vacation destinations in the country thanks to the abundant amount of things available to see and do. It’s a beautiful location that is able to maintain the close knit and small town feel that you love, while still being so popular and having so many things to do and see. It truly is a marvelous place to visit, and it is quite the hit with timeshare owners.

Great Things to Do Year Round

Vacationers will enjoy being able to get out and visit all of the different places there are to shop and dine in the area. It has more than 100 restaurants. Lovers of the Great Outdoors will certainly find a number of things to enjoy with the area. You will be able to walk and hike, and even go mountain biking on more than 400 miles of trails in the vicinity! Find plenty of places to go fishing too. You can visit the Commemorative Air Force Utah Wing Museum, The Kimball Art Center, and catch a show at the Egyptian Theatre.

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What do major timeshare mogul, David Siegel, and independent film festival Sundance have in common? One massive lawsuit, that's what.

Reuters reports that David Siegel, owner of Westgate Resorts, has filed a $75,000 lawsuit against filmmaker Lauren Greenfield and against Sundance Film Festival for defamation of character over a film (enttiled the "Queen of Versailles") depicting Siegel's timeshare business as faltering.

Promoted as a "rags-to-riches-to-rags" story that centers on the "innate virtues and flaws of the American Dream," the film depicts a filmmaker's proposal (in 2007) to document his construction of Siegel's opulent 90,000-square-foot mansion (what was to be the nation's largest family home) that today remains unfinished and up for sale (going for a clean $75 million) in 2010.

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