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For divers: There is literally nothing to do or see once you’re underneath the surface. It’s too dark, too many people around so everything gets kicked up leaving your visability to around 5ft. Save your money and and go diving somewhere else. Upside: the water...More
Wow! Such a contrast, one minute you’re walking around in the snow the next you’re floating in beautiful warm water under ground. My daughter and I snorkelled while my son and husband dived. We all enjoyed the experience and rustic charm of the facilities. We...More
I didn't give this a 5 star because it was just too darn loud in the crater. We happened to have been in the same session of a huge party that were traveling together so the kids were yelling at each other. There was no...More
My sister and I attended a yoga paddle class led by instructor, Blake. He was fine; however, the lodge attendant organizing the boards and handling the towels was incredibly rude and unprofessional. He even went as far as to deny us towels after our yoga...More
Date of experience: December 2018
Nancy S, Manager at The Homestead Crater, responded to this reviewResponded January 2, 2019
In the confirmation email sent to you by Park City Yoga states that you need to bring a towel with you and gives tips on what to wear. They are a separate company and send out an email confirmation letting you know their policies and...More
Was able to go swimming in 96 degree water while it was degrees outside! The water is clear blue and it such an unexpected adventure in December. Just call directly for reservations and bring your family and friends. Be prepared to be wonderfully amazed!!
You need to get a reservation in order to visit the crater. We were told to get to the crater 15 minutes early. We did so, bought our tickets and then were told to wait outside until everyone came out. It wasn’t too cold, but...More
You go through a tunnel dug through this lava bubble. An oculus in the ceiling gives some light to a pool, blue as a logo on.
It is warm inside with water at 94 degrees.
The crater offers scuba diving lessons and certification. Don’t forget...More
Excited to go enjoy the crater, my friends and I reserved our time to swim. From the arrival at the overcrowded tunnel entrance, to finishing the hour-short session...I was left miffed and ripped off.
At $16 dollars +tax /person I experienced nothing more than a...More
Response from FrenchyB54 | Reviewed this property |
As far as I know, there is no public transportation from Park City to the Homestead. However, the Homestead runs a shuttle for skiers. Best to call over and see if there is anything that could work for you. Of course, Uber... More
As far as I know, there is no public transportation from Park City to the Homestead. However, the Homestead runs a shuttle for skiers. Best to call over and see if there is anything that could work for you. Of course, Uber, Lyft and private taxis are an option.