No more pencils, no more books...time to play, sleep in and get to higher elevations and cool off. Have you explored Grand County in the summer with your kids? There are so many great activities it would be hard to do it all in the 10 weeks before the school year begins again!
The Winter Park ski area opens next weekend (June 16th) for business. The restaurants will be open again. The Zephyr chair will bring you to Sunspot for lunch or gnarly down hill mountain biking. My 4 year old is most excited for the Alpine slide. There is mini golf, the human maze, jumpy castles and the bungy tramp (or whatever its called) for bigger kids. The nice thing is that there is something at the resort for all ages.
The best summer activities are the free ones. Some of our favorites are chiling at High Note Thursdays (music in Hideaway Park on Thursday nights), bike riding the Fraser River Trail, playing at the beach in Grand Lake, hiking to Adams Falls and camping locally..I won't divulge OUR favorite spot in this blog but call me if you want to know the best place to camp in the Winter Park Area!
Author:Lisa Leclair Waldorf Phone: 970-531-1608 Dated: June 9th 2012 Views: 2,066 About Lisa: Realtor Since: 1999
Community: Past president Grand County Board of Realtors (GCBOR); head fund-r...
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