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Gorgoza Park, Park City

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  • Had so much fun flying down this slopes. I loved the conveyor belt that helps take you up the slope and the guy who throws a hoop on a spring and drags you up the mountain. It’s a fun experience  more »
  • We ended up coming here twice during our stay in Kamas. The first time was a little too crowded as we stood in line for over 1.5 hours just to get inside the park. We did one slide down the hill and t...  more »
  • My husband, some friends and O went for tubing. We had a great time it was so much fun. We did the 2 hour price which was perfect. We rode it like 6 or 7 times and it is so much fun, specially if you ...  more »
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  • First time ever going snow tubing. It was so much fun. Kids loved it. You get more out of going on the smaller slides because the bigger slide takes a while to get to. If you have not gone on your stomach you are missing out. Be aware and make sure before you slide that the person before you is moving out of the way. Friend of mine got hit by a family that was not paying attention. Be safe and have fun.
  • This is our 2nd time being here and both times it has been an awesome experience. Both times we have been here during the Christmas and New Year's holiday. Hours are extended and the lines are long but the time from the magic carpet to the lower lanes is pretty quick. They have a warming but and a couple of picnic tables to sit and rest. The kids love the snow mobile rides. Bathrooms are clean and is heated. Overall an awesome experience and a must do when in the area.
  • A great place for kids of all ages. I brought my three (6, 4, and 2). However, kids younger than 3 are limited to Fort Frosty... which isn't really that bad. It had some activities, a small hill that parents can walk up and push their child down, and a mechanical horse walker with tubes attached... so parents have to expend minimal effort. Kids ages 3-4 are limited to the little tuber pass. My newly turned four year old could've done the bigger hill without a problem... if you think your four year old can handle it, just lie and do the big tuber pass. Staff was excellent and overall this was a fantastic experience, albeit pricey.
  • I came here with family and friends for tubing. I had never been tubing before and I'm glad I came here for my first time. The staff is exceptionally nice and friendly, and they help you if you don't know what you're doing. We came here with a few babies and were able to take turns with our spouses. The lines were not long at all and there were escalators to climb the slopes.
  • We went here on Dec 29th in the early afternoon to find the parking lot 95 percent full, and the park so full that there was at least a one hour wait to get in, with the folks already in only able to get a few tubing runs while they're there. Maybe this tubing park is better during non-school vacation times, but it was so packed, we just left rather than wait for more than an hour to get in and then wait for however much longer to get to a tubing run, etc. Hadn't been so jam packed, I'm thinking the place would've been pretty fun.

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