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Parks & nature in Summit County

Dog Run
“Just a few blocks away, in the winter, if you don't want to pay to ski the mountains, this in town sledding hill is free, and perfect for a fun session, with heated picnic shelter and heated public restrooms. In the summer, it has four hard tennis courts free for public use, lined pickleball courts with free equipment use, sand volleyball courts, and hike or mountain bike the switchbacking gateway trail.”
26 locals recommend
“Trail head for Crystal Lakes trail and Mohawk Lakes trail. Both Moderate to Difficult Hike. ”
4 locals recommend
Ski Area
“This resort has big mountain skiing and riding, but still maintains a close-knit, family feel. Great high alpine views, incredible steeps and bump runs, and lots of fun intermediate rolling runs. Enjoy live music at the 6th Alley Bar after a great day, or have a beer on the Black Mountain patio at mid-mountain on a sunny day. ”
72 locals recommend
Ski Chairlift
“This ski resort has all levels of terrain, but certainly caters to families and kids. Great place to visit if you have newer skiers/riders or if amenities like a full-sized snow castle are what your group is looking for. ”
56 locals recommend
Ski Chairlift
“Loveland boasts 1,800 acres of remarkable terrain with FREE snowcat skiing along the Continental Divide. This ski area receives more snow then any front range resort. Only 28 miles from the cottage! ”
66 locals recommend
Ski Area
“The best and closest maintained tubing hill - nine miles North of Breckenridge, featuring multi-lane tubing with lift, horse drawn sleigh rides, and cross country trails. Features a bike/skate park and disc golf in the summer.”
64 locals recommend
“Free outdoor museum shows daily life during different times in Summit county. ”
25 locals recommend
“Beautiful Arboretum. Highest altitude for any arboretum It is not miss if here in summer. Wonderful park too. ”
12 locals recommend
“RMU has a great vibe, awesome outdoor space (weather permitting, of course), and awesome drinks!”
14 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“Drive to top of continental divide... get some pictures way above I 70. Continue past A basin and on to Keystone ski area.”
19 locals recommend
“Pretty hike right off the freeway in Vail just a little before the town, goes along a creek, up up and up! ”
11 locals recommend
Ski Area
“Dont miss adventure ridge in Vail if you have kids. Great for family tubing hill, kids snowmobiling on a closed course, zip lines, ropes courses, restaurants, fun!!! ”
9 locals recommend
Ski Area
“Lots of groomed trails. If you're up for a self-guided nordic tour, just head out into the forest service land next to the condo.”
19 locals recommend
“This is a 10-minute drive from the house; a good "first hike" for those who are acclimating to the altitude; flat and rolling areas, nothing steep. ”
15 locals recommend
Music Venue
“Excellent downtown venue for concerts and live shows, with world renowned bands and entertainers.”
16 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“Good snowshoeing in the winter. We keep six pairs of snowshoes in the shed, feel free to use them.”
11 locals recommend