Sad the Winter Olympics are over? Even in June, you and your kids can try some of your favorite events in Park City, which hosted the 2002 Games. Visit the ski museum at Olympic Park, and get tickets for one of the freestyle shows, where Olympic hopefuls demonstrate their acrobatic ski and snowboard jumps, landing in a 750,000-gallon splash pool. If you have nerves of steel, you can speed down the mountain at 70 mph in a bobsled with a professional driver. Kids under 14 -- and less daring family members -- can take a tamer trip down an alpine slide (the summer version of the bobsled). The area actually has three great family-friendly resorts -- Deer Valley, The Canyons, and Park City Mountain -- that offer something for everyone in your family: spa treatments for Mom, golf for Dad, and swimming for the kids, to name a few.Child's Play
If you have a future gold medalist in your family, sign him up for the Olympic Park's four-day Adventure Camp (ages 8 to 14; $395). Kids can try out sports such as luge and speed skating with the help of experienced coaches. For younger kids and those who aren't into winter sports, Deer Valley Resort's Summer Adventure Camp (ages 1 to 12; $54 per day) has a good mix of crafts, games, treasure hunts, and field trips.Cool Deal
Stay in a one-bedroom condo at Deer Valley Resort for $104 per night (two-night minimum), which includes vouchers for a scenic ride on the Silver Lake Express chairlift. Visit deervalley.com or call 800-558-3337.
Contact information: 800-453-1360 or parkcityinfo.com