Montage Deer Valley Announces a Reimagined Summer Camp Experience With Camp Compass

The Mountain Resort Welcomes Guests' Families to Create Lasting Summer Camp Memories

USA, Park City, Utah. July 02, 2020

With many families navigating cancelled summer camps around the country, Montage Deer Valley is thrilled to announce Camp Compass, a reimagined summer camp experience for the entire family. Beginning July 6, Camp Compass encourages guests ages 6 - 17 to enjoy the natural wonders on Montage Deer Valley's doorstep and experience an array of outdoor adventures - from hiking and fly fishing, to drone racing, obstacle course and more.

"We're excited to offer our families an elevated summer camp experience, while ensuring guests' peace of mind, safety, and comfort," said Joseph Mattioli, general manager at Montage Deer Valley. "Camp Compass will provide our parent guests a break while enabling our younger guests to learn, explore, and have fun through interactive activities."

Camp Compass was designed to offer the traditional summer camp experience in a luxury alpine setting, with a daily schedule that is broken down into four categories: active, wellness, lifestyle, and family. Active events interact with the natural environment for guests to learn fly casting, mountain biking, blow darts, and nature identification; wellness events encourage campers to use their bodies and minds together with outdoor yoga, obstacle courses and mountain fitness; lifestyle courses encourage creativity and relaxation like pallets and paint, tie dye classes, drone racing, dog training, and cooking classes; and family activities revolve around key principles such as trust, communication, and humility. Located inside Compass Sports, Camp Compass is outfitted with video game stations, movie corner, inspiring arts and crafts, Lego table, and a variety of indoor and outdoor games. Camp Compass adheres to all health and safety guidelines and guests are reassured with Montage International's **Peace of Mind Commitment.

While younger members of the family enjoy camp activities for a full day (10am - 4pm; inclusive of lunch) or half day (10am - 1:30pm/12:30pm - 4pm), parents can relax by exploring the property's surrounding hiking trails or visiting the 35,000 square-foot Spa Montage Deer Valley, which is open with limited capacity for guests to experience indigenous treatments. Adults can also indulge in classic continental cuisine or enjoy American fare and craft cocktails on a new combined dinner menu from the resort's all-day signature restaurant, Apex, and Burgers & Bourbon, serving classic American fare in a majestic mountain setting. If they choose to relax at the outdoor pool, they can indulge in the new S'mores Camper to design their own gourmet s'mores and the new Ice Cream Cart featuring hand crafted flavors from Executive Pastry Chef Stephen Jones such as, Malted Milk Chocolate Ripple and Vegan Pina Caramel Colada.

Guests who reserve a family getaway with Montage Deer Valley's Spirit of Now offer will receive up to a $300 resort credit per night, which can be used toward Camp Compass, as well as a complimentary upgrade at check-in and no deposit or cancellation fees up to 48 hours prior to arrival.

In addition to Montage International's **Peace of Mind Commitment, the brand has also partnered with One Medical, a leading national digital health and primary care organization, to offer 24/7 virtual care services. Montage Deer Valley guests will be offered a complimentary 30-day membership to One Medical's full suite of digital health services, while resort associates receive an annual membership.

For more information on Montage Deer Valley, please visit www.montagehotels.com/deervalley and for more information on Camp Compass, please visit www.montagehotels.com/deervalley/experiences/family/. Camp Compass is available exclusively to resort guests, who can participate for a full day for $140 or a half day for $90. For reservations call (435) 604-1300.

**The resort invites guests to visit Montage Deer Valley, knowing their health and safety are top of mind, and has taken steps to add additional health and safety protocols.


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Tags: Summer Camp, Montage Hotels & Resorts, Family Experiences

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Media Contacts:

Nathalie Herrera
Account Director
Hawkins International
T: 212-255-6541
E: nathalie@hawkpr.com
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Catherine Kirchheimer
Director of Sales & Marketing
Montage Deer Valley
T: 435-604-1331
E: Catherine.Kirchheimer@montage.com
W: http://www.montagehotels.com/deervalley

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