Summer Shopping at Deer Valley

Summer sales are my jam. That’s when I pick up technical base layers at bargain prices, reduced-price ski pants off of the kids’ racks (for my kids and their vertically challenged mom), and lots of other winter gear basics that always seem to be in short supply in our house once the snow flies. So imagine my delight when I was strolling past the Deer Valley Signatures store at Silver Lake Village one day this summer and found a sweater. Not just any sweater, mind you, but one I’ll call The Sweater of Joy.


See, in the last few months, I’ve been reading “The Magical Art of Tidying Up,” by Marie Kondo, and I made a commitment to only acquiring (and keeping) items for myself that bring me JOY. This sweater passed the test on so many levels. First, it was available only in my size. Not too big, not too small. My size. Second, it was displayed on a rack outside the door, marked “SALE.” Bargain! Yay! The original price had been scratched out, a price about 50 percent lower had been penciled in. Third, and perhaps most importantly, it elicited a bunch of groans from my kids. “You’re buying that, Mom?” they aren’t always on board with my predilection for polka dots or for mixing bright hues in a single garment. It embarrasses them. SOLD.

I was so convinced that owning this sweater would bring me joy that I didn’t even try it on. (My mother-in-law, visiting us for the weekend, was shocked that I would purchase any item of clothing without trying it on. But hey, sometimes you’ve got to live on the edge, right?) I knew it would be the perfect piece to layer year-round bright enough to show flair at a summer concert, after sunset, or to lend a pop of color to a snowy day.

Truth be told, there was a rack full of awesome bargains. Leather jackets, marked down to well-below mid-winter prices, more sweaters, some pants. But the thing is, I knew not one of these other garments, no matter how lovely, would match this sweater in the JOY department. So off I went to the register, wherein I was greeted with yet another surprise, the sweater’s revised price tag did not reflect an additional discount being offered that day. I’m calling it a win.

You can grab the last of the summer sale items this weekend (September 19 and 20, 2015) at the Signatures store at Silver Lake Lodge before it closes for the season. Or stop by the Signatures Store on Park City’s Historic Main Street this fall. Let me know if you find any hot deals.

Deer Valley Resort to Update 625 Main Signatures Store

Deer Valley Resort will be updating its Signatures store located at 625 Main on Park City’s Historic Main Street. With the store changes, the 625 Main Street location will be closed beginning April 27 through May 15, 2015. The store will reopen May 16 with Deer Valley Signatures’ full line of new spring and summer merchandise.

Eric Schramm Photography 2013

“We look forward to the enhancements being made to our Main Street shop and brightening our customer’s shopping experience,” said Georgia Anderson, director of merchandising for Deer Valley Signatures. “We’ll close for just a couple weeks to complete the updates and look forward to welcoming customers back on May 16.”

Following the brief closing, customers looking to purchase unique Deer Valley gifts for friends or memorable souvenirs for themselves are invited to visit the newly updated Main Street Signatures, which will then remain open year-round or visit the resort’s other Signatures store location at Deer Valley Resort at 7620 Royal Street in Silver Lake Village, which will reopen for summer June 19, 2015. Deer Valley’s third store location located plaza level at Snow Park Lodge is closed during the summers.  In the interim, guests can call Signatures at 800-833-2002 with any questions or shop online at

Deer Valley’s Signatures stores are stocked with exclusive apparel, blankets, accessories and glassware, along with exclusive Deer Valley logo merchandise. Customers will also find specialty food items straight from Deer Valley’s kitchens, like the legendary Turkey Chili mix or savory Fireside fig grain mustard. During the summer at Signatures, customers can also purchase general admission tickets in advance for any of Deer Valley’s Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater concerts and performances.


For more information about the Deer Valley Signature stores view the resort’s website at To follow resort happenings on social media, search #deervalleysummer.

Deer Valley Resort is Your Mother’s Day Answer

It may be “shoulder season” here at the resort but Deer Valley can be the perfect choice for your Mother’s Day gifts and celebrations.

Deer Valley Grocery~Café will be having a special menu this Sunday, May 12 for Mother’s Day. Enjoy deck dining and Deer Valley Specialties from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

While you’re at the Grocery~Café enjoy some of our signature items while dining in or take them to go.

For the diehard Deer Valley Moms we have great gift ideas, such as logo wear, jewelry, blankets, etc. available online and  at our Deer Valley Signature’s Store located on 625 Main Street, Park City, UT. Open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

You can also purchase many more Deer Valley items and our entire gourmet food line online.

Deer Valley Resort gift cards are also available in-store or online and can be redeemed for any Deer Valley amenity.