Comfort Suites Summit County
276 Dillon Ridge Road
Dillon, CO 80435
Phone: (970) 513-0300
Fax: (970) 513-0330
276 Dillon Ridge Road, Dillon, CO, US, 80435
- Phone: (970) 513-0300
- Fax: (970) 513-0330
Not only is Lake Dillon only a few miles away from some of the best resorts in the world, it's also a nature and outdoor-lover's haven. Bicyclists can conquer the numerous trails that spread over the impressive mountain backdrop, boaters can glide through the crystal clear water, and wildlife seekers can see a wealth of native life. Although the town has had a tumultuous history, having had to move three times since its incorporation, there's no sign that this gem is going anywhere soon.
It might seem a little strange to have a marina in Colorado, but Lake Dillon features some of the best boating and water activities in Colorado. The marina offers everything you need to ensure your stay on the lake is a memorable one from boating and sailing classes, a retail store stocked full of supplies for fishing and jet skiing, as well as a tiki bar for when you just have to have that drink. Along with all these amenities, the marina offers all the services to ensure that you will never have to lift a finger - for a price, that is.
Always wanted to feel like a real cowboy? Now is your time! Age doesn't matter at the Gore Range Outfitters, bring your whole family and enjoy an amazing day outside on horseback. See the Rocky Mountains from an angle you've never seen before. Not enough cowboy for you? Then go on one of the many hunting trips with one of their experienced guides.
A short jaunt up the road from Breckenridge is Dillon Reservoir, and its namesake recreation area sits on a peninsula along the body's northeastern shore. A litter of campgrounds provide accommodations for outdoorsy visitors, and a first-class boat ramp draws water sportsmen from all over the region. Hikers won't be disappointed thanks to the ample amount of trails, and picnickers will relish the tables, benches and views.
A twenty-six mile trail to hike or bike down lakeside parks and paths. The Dillon Nature Preserve's pristine setting is very likely the best view of Dillon Reservoir and the Colorado Rockies that you can get. Leashed pets are welcome and this family-friendly park is great for an active day out, or a family picnic. There are multiple loop trails at different levels, but for the most part very easy and interpretive signs along the way inform you of the wildlife surrounding you.
Located in Silverthorne just over highway 70 from Frisco, Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks offers some of the best mountain golfing in Colorado. The majestic Rockies, shimmering aspen groves, and crystal clear creeks set the backdrop for a challenging yet playable course designed by Tom Lehman and Hurdzan/Fry golf course design. The perfect place for a company outing, or a day of alpine golf with your buddies.
Dillon Reservoir, just north of Breckenridge, is surrounded on all sides by breathtaking vistas and activity-packed recreation areas. Chief among them is Peninsula, a peninsula-bound recreation Mecca full of hiking trails, campgrounds, picnic areas, fishing spots, open fields, and even a disc-golf course and a skate park. Here, there really is something for everyone.
If you book a trip with Kodi Rafting, it's going to get wet and wild. This is a way to have fun and enjoy the outdoors with friends and the whole family. Kodi Rafting offers an adventure trip for every level of experience. The professional staff will help you determine your level of experience or assist you with anything that comes up. During the trips you will see white water, clear water and breathtaking scenery and enjoy a tasty pasta lunch.
Over the years, Frisco has struggled to keep its population alive following the depression and mining declines. However, much of the town's history is preserved in the form of several historic buildings that offer visitors a glimpse into the past. A museum along with several cabins, a schoolhouse, and a jail grace the property, which offers lectures, guided tours, and exhibitions. Admission is free.
The Arapahoe Basin, located in White River National Forest, is an alpine ski area that is open seasonally for tourism. It features several trails and lifts making for plenty of recreational activities. They offer exciting skiing lessons and techniques by instructors on site, as well as lodging, dining and event planning services.
Nestled in a scenic valley, Keystone Resort in Colorado has plenty of reasons to attract visitors looking for an alpine experience. It features one of the largest mountains in Summit County that offers an unforgettable dining experience at a height of 12,000 feet (3657 meters). Other outdoor recreational activities aside from skiing and snowboarding include horseback riding, mountain biking, ice skating, snowshoeing, hiking, biking, sleigh rides and lodging options to suit every budget and taste. Home to two 18-hole championship golf courses, Keystone Resort is where all the action is.
Breckenridge Golf Club, nestled within a pristine valley, offers twenty-seven holes for professional and amateur golfers to practice their swing. While the course may be challenging, the golf club prides itself on its high elevation where golf balls glide through the air with ease. If you simply want to putt around, there's a practice facility featuring two practice greens. After a day of golfing, drop in at Club 28 Restaurant where they have a diverse menu selection and bar. The clubhouse even offers an array of fun programs for kids, women and men. Check website for complete program and price listings.