When you are skiing, there may come a time in which you need childcare. Sometimes you just need someone to watch your little ones, so that you can enjoy some time on the slopes. Maybe you’re taking a family vacation and want some free time to ski. Perhaps your kids need some one-on-one ski time. Whatever the reason, there are options at many Utah resorts.
They guarantee childcare for every reservation made within 24 hours of care needed. The Alta Children’s Center is a full-service childcare facility. They cater to children who are 2 years old to 10 years old. Children have the ability to play, explore and have fun.
Alta has a variety of babysitting services. Some of these services will even come to you! Charges vary, so you will want to view the price list and options right here.
Deer Valley offers childcare for kids up to age 12. So, whether your kiddos are 2 months old or 12 years old, they’re going to have something for your kiddo to do at the Children’s Center. This is one of the more popular options because of the range of services offered to kids or various ages.
If you'd like to enroll your child in a lesson, they start taking tots as young as three.
Park City's Little Adventurers Children's Center is a year-round (7 days/week in winter & M-F in spring – fall ) state-licensed childcare facility providing fun activities, snow play and arts and crafts. Reservations required.
Luckily, for those who love Snowbasin and Powder Mountain, there are childcare services available through High Altitude Kids. HAK is not affiliated with the ski resorts. For more information please contact them at 801-745-2653 or visit their website at www.hakutah.com.
Childcare is available for Sundance lodging guests only. To book childcare, contact the concierge through Sundance Resort.
Camp Snowbird takes children 6 weeks to 12 years and offers a variety of programming and activities both indoors and outdoors for your kiddos.
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