I've never been to Utah. I'm flying in alone to meet people at Park City.
Does anyone have shuttle advice? I arrive at 4:30pm on a Saturday end of Feb.
THANKS FOR ANY INFO!
I always used to use All Resorts, I think they do the most runs. They were very, very reliable too, when you pre booked them to leave PC, they were always dead on time and always managed to find your accommodation (even private addresses).
You will find their counter in the baggage hall at SLC airport (united hall) with the other rental companies. I pre-booked my rides before flying in, but it's not essential (probably a good idea though). I've been driving SLC/PC this last week most days, and I see a LOT of All Resorts vans going both ways!
All Resorts is a good option from the airport to Park City. Just used it two days ago. They load the vans very full (9-10) and the trip will take much longer than driving yourself in a rental car (45 minutes) but the price is pretty fair ($37). It took 2 hours to reach my final destination. I was the last stop so be prepared for a long ride depending on your drop location. If you want a faster shuttle to Park City and don't care about the price, the other option is a private ride through All Resorts. The cost is much higher: private SUV is $169 one way (1-5 people) or private town car $150 (1-3 people, no skis or snowboards). Just be careful if you use the shuttle returning to the airport from Park City to catch a flight. There can be many stops and it can take a long time so leave well in advance during busy ski season. Have a great time.
I've always found the all resorts drivers very smart and helpful, I think they must pay them decently, because they're pretty impressive. They'll do the tourist commentary if they think the passengers are interested, and if you have a specific need, let them know (and if they deliver, remember the tip!). When you book your trip back to the airport, let the booking person know your flight time so they can ensure your van will make it to the airport on time.
I never had any problem with them, i have to say.