13 Keystone Resort Activities for Non-Skiers

You may think Keystone Resort is only fun for those who ski or snowboard. Well we’re here to let you know there are mountains of activities and fun things to do at Keystone, other than enjoy the ski slopes.  Whether you want to stay inside or head outdoors, check out these 13 fun Keystone activities for your next visit to the mountains!

1. Relax By the River Run Village Firepit
Put your feet up by the fire and relax by the huge firepit in the middle of the River Run Village Plaza.


2. Go Snowshoeing
Explore the nordic trails at the Keystone Nordic Center or head out into the woods or an open meadow for some peace and quiet out in nature. Find rentals at the Keystone Nordic Center.

Go Snowshoeing in Keystone
Snowshoeing near Silverthorne, Colorado on a Sunny Winter Day


3. Enjoy A Coffee & A Good Book at Inxpot
There’s nothing like curling up on a comfy couch in the corner of a coffee shop on a cold winter’s day with a good book and a warm beverage!


4. Shop til You Drop
River Run Village is a shopper’s paradise, walk the many shops throughout the plaza or head to the Silverthorne Outlets for some good old retail therapy or the to pickup the perfect souvenir!


5. Go Ice Skating at 1 of 2 Outdoor Ice Rinks
Keystone is home to not 1, but 2 outdoor ice skating rinks, at Dercum Square in River Run and on Keystone Lake in Lakeside Village. Lace up those skates and perfect your balance out on the rink and then warm up with a hot chocolate!

Ice Skating Rink at Keystone's Lakeside Village
Ice Skaters Enjoying the Fresh Air at Lakeside Village Ice Rink


6. Brewery Hopping
Summit County is a great place to enjoy craft local beer, with 8 breweries in the area to try! Remember though, alcohol has stronger effects at altitude, so we don’t recommend trying them all in one day!

  • Dillon Dam Brewery, Dillon
  • Pug Ryan’s Brewery, Dillon
  • Angry James Brewery, Silverthorne
  • Bakers Brewery, Silverthorne
  • Outer Range Brewing Company, Frisco
  • HighSide Brewing, Frisco
  • Broken Compass Brewing, Breckenridge
  • Breckenridge Brewery, Breckenridge
  • Bonus: Breckenridge Distillery for Spirits Tasting!

    Craft Beer Flight from Pug Ryan's Brewery
    Try a Few With a Craft Beer Flight from Pug Ryan’s Brewery in Dillon


7. Hit the Trails on a Fat Bike
Biking is not just a summer sport! Rent a fat bike and hit the snowpacked trails for some winter 2 wheeled fun.


8. See Live Music at Warren Station
Warren Station hosts tons of winter concerts & events all season long.  On the 2020 music lineup for the remainder of the winter you’ll find Winter Bluegrass Weekend, Rocky Mountain Country Fest and Slim Wednesday featuring JoJo Hermann of Widespread Panic. Check up their full event lineup here. 


9. Dinner & A Sleigh Ride
Two Below Zero is your key to a magical experience under a starry winter sky.  Book a sleigh ride dinner and enjoy the starry ride out to their lodge where they’ll serve you an amazing camp dinner, drinks and provide entertainment for an unforgettable evening, followed by a second sleigh ride back to the lodge.


10. Relax at the Spa & Enjoy a Massage or Treatment
The Keystone Lodge & Spa can offer a world-class visit with spa treatments and massages. Treat yourself and truly relax with a day at the spa!


11. Go Snowmobiling or Zip Lining… or Both!
A must-try on a winter visit to Keystone, snowmobiling is a fun activity that everyone can enjoy and get out into the backcountry.  White Mountain Tours also offers combo tours with snowcat rides & zip line tours for the true adrenaline junkies!

Heading down the zip line on a winter day
Winter Zip Lining with Top of the Rockies Zip Line


12. Try Ice Fishing
Big Ed’s Fishing Ventures will take you out on a half day, guided ice fishing adventure! You can even take home some of the fish you catch to make a delicious Rocky Mountain fish dinner!


13. Catch the Hill, Snow Tubing Style
Head to the top of the mountain for some snow tubing fun with your family or special someone. There are also numerous sledding spots in the area if you prefer to walk up the hill yourself with a sled!


There are so many fun activities here at Keystone that you may find you need to visit multiple times just to try them all! Book your upcoming winter vacation at Keystone Resort today with SummitCove Lodging. 


Don’t Miss These Upcoming Events in January at Keystone Resort

January in Keystone is stacked with fun events to help you bring in the new year.

Last Days of the Chocolate Village
Through January 6, 2020

If you were too busy to make it over the holidays – don’t worry! You’ve got a few more days to experience the famous, Chocolate Village at the Keystone Lodge and Spa! This exhibit will be open through Monday, January 6, 2020, featuring over 7,000 POUNDS of chocolate in the form of an incredible little ski village and lifesize Christmas tree, filled with presents!

Kids watch the chocolate village at keystone resort
Kids Watch the Spinning Chocolate Tree at the Chocolate Village Display at Keystone Resort


Distilled: Backcountry & Bourbon
Saturday, January 11, 2020
Enjoy an evening of small batch bourbon tasting, paired with Avalanche Awareness with Jim Beam and Friends of the CAIC (Colorado Avalanche Information Center). You must be 21 or older to attend this event, as it includes 4 bourbon samples!  There will also be a raffle to win swag from premier backcountry companies.  Learn about Human Factors & Decision Making in the Backcountry from Aaron Parmet.  Doors open at 6:30, with the event at 7pm.  Tickets are just $20 online, in advance.


Warren Station Comedy Series
Friday, January 24, 2020
Spend an evening with some of Colorado’s top comics at Warren Station in River Run Village at Keystone.  Sam Adams, winner of the 2009 Great American Comedy Festival, has performed across the country, boasting a profanity free act.  Stephanie McHugh, has been on the Denver Comedy scene for over 15 years and will warm up the stage for Adams. Tickets for this event are $15 online in advance or $20 day of event.   Doors open at 7pm with the show beginning at 8pm.


Kidtopia Events
Daily through April 10, 2020
Kidtopia makes Keystone THE PLACE to visit for families and kids! Daily events happen throughout ski season and most of them are free to participate in! View the Kidtopia Activity schedule here and pick out your favorites!


Fireworks Every Saturday
Every Saturday through April 11, 2020
Whether you want to see them up close during night skiing, from the warmth of the firepit in River Run or your from your condo’s balcony at The Springs, don’t miss the Saturday night fireworks at Keystone, happening all season long! In January, catch the fireworks every Saturday night at 7pm.

Balcony of the springs 8893 watching fireworks
Saturday Night Kidtopia Fireworks, Seen from the Balcony of Springs 8893 in River Run Village


9280 Pond Hockey Tournament
January 24 – January 27, 2020
With an adult and kids tournament scheduled, this fun event serves hockey fans and players of all ages! Hit the rink at Keystone Lake for a fun and competitive outdoor hockey ice tournament! Find out more details about this event at http://9280pondhockey.com/.


Winter Bluegrass Weekend
Friday, January 31 & Saturday, February 1, 2020
Back for its 9th year, Keystone’s Winter Bluegrass Weekend brings great live music acts to the stage at Warren Station for 2 nights of Bluegrass!  On Friday, enjoy seeing Pick and Howl, The Lonesome Days and Hot Buttered Rum.  On Saturday, kicking off February, watch Buffalo Commons, Rapidgrass and Head for the Hills.  Tickets can be purchased online in advance for $15 per night or $25 for a 2-day ticket.  Grab a single night ticket day of show for $20.  Kids 5 and younger get in free! Book Lodging at Silver Mill Condos or Jack Pine Lodge to be ultra-close to Warren Station!


It’s the perfect time to make plans to visit Keystone and kick off a great new year & new decade! Book your lodging reservation with SummitCove Vacation Lodging and start planning all of the details of your trip, like which events you’ll attend!


The Perfect Colorado Vacation Activity: Dinner and a Sleigh Ride

My cousin from Holland was coming to spend the Holidays with us and we were also celebrating her 30 birthday, so I had to plan something special.  We live in Denver and knew we wanted to take her skiing at Keystone but we didn’t know what to do for her big 30th birthday. While I was booking our lodging with SummitCove, our Vacation Planner recommended a sleigh ride, chuckwagon dinner with Two Below Zero.  I looked at their website and it looked like a lot of fun and a unique experience for my cousin’s birthday. I booked our reservation online and I also saved 10%, because we were staying with SummitCove Lodging. It was an easy, painless process.


After a day of great skiing it was time to go to Two Below Zero for our sleigh ride dinner.  We bundled up and drove 10 minutes over to Frisco. The office is located near the Nordic Center. We checked in and all the staff was so friendly.  There was also a gift shop, which my cousin loved. She stocked up on Colorado gifts to take back to our family in Holland.  


Next, our ‘Cowboy Guide’ gathered us to meet the beautiful, huge horses that waited for us outside with the sleigh.  Once on the sleigh we each were given heavy wool blankets to cover up in and everyone was toasty warm. Our Cowboy was fantastic!  He was telling us jokes and giving us information about the wildlife in the area. We saw a few rabbits and some deer! It was very magical gliding through the snow, being pulled by horses, through the forest under the stars.


We arrived at the cozy, warm yurt for our chuckwagon dinner and were greeted with hot chocolate and the option for peppermint schnapps, which tasted amazing!  Next, the entertainment started and this guy was great and played some good guitar! His name is David Peel and he sang mostly Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson songs. He involved the crowd and knowing it was my cousin’s birthday he asked her to come up on stage.  He did not know my cousin is a singer in Europe. He started playing John Denver’s, “Rocky Mountain High” and when my cousin started to sing with him, he was a little surprised that she had a great voice. The two of them together sounded amazing and my cousin was smiling from ear to ear!  


Next, dinner was served and we had hearty soup, artisan rolls and either top sirloin steak or a grilled chicken breast.  Dinner also included a baked potato, veggies and warm apple pie! It was yummy and there was a lot of food. When the pie came out, David Peel got back on stage and led everyone in “Happy Birthday”, for my cousin.  Then, David asked my cousin to come and sing one more song with him. My cousin loves to perform, so she hopped up on the stage and they closed out the night with “I Won’t Back Down” by Johnny Cash. It was so much fun and my cousin felt so special.  She never thought she would be singing a few songs on a stage, in the middle of the woods, on her birthday. It was definitely her icing on the cake!


It was time to get back on the sleigh and head back to our starting place.  I didn’t expect much on the way back but the sky decided to put on a show for us and we watched shooting stars fall all around us!  It was a perfect ending to a magical night!  The personal feeling Two Below gives you when you are their guest is above and beyond!  We felt like part of their family and I think the other guests felt the same way. I know I want to do this again with my kids and parents.  This is an experience that everyone should have! Thank you Two Below for making my cousin’s 30th birthday one that none of us will ever forget!

What Makes Keystone the Best Ski Resort for Families? Kidtopia!

Many people with families wonder which Colorado Ski Resort will be the best fit for their family.  In addition to the multiple ski schools and learning areas, 2 outdoor skating rinks, a tubing hill, sleigh rides, outdoor firepits, amazing pool areas, great dining options and family ski runs, Keystone has even more to offer families.  Keystone ‘Kidtopia’ offers free daily activities, designed just for kids, offered all season long. Kidtopia runs daily events for most of the ski season (and the summer season too), from November 23, 2019 to April 12, 2020, with a few exceptions. The majority of the activities offered are absolutely free to participate in and take place at the Kidtopia Headquarters, which is located at the main level of Expedition Station in River Run Village, unless an event notes a registration fee or different location. Keystone really is the place for kids and for your next family ski vacation!


There are two events that happen every single day of Kidtopia; you can hang out and do activities at the Kidtopia Headquarters anytime from 9:30 am – 2:30 pm.  You can also enjoy FREE COOKIES during ‘Cookie Time’ at the Activities & Dining Office in Buffalo Lodge at 4 pm. On Saturdays, Cookie Time follows the Ripperoo Parade at the Dercum Square Ice Rink instead of the A & D Office.


On Mondays, relax with popcorn and a feature flick at the ‘Winter Movie Matinee’ starting at 4:30 pm.  Tuesdays you can ‘Listen & Learn: Music 101’, from 10 – 11am where kids will have a chance to make their own music, learn about different instruments and play musical games.  In the afternoon, beginning at 4:30 pm, ‘Meet the Avy Dog’ from Keystone’s avalanche team and learn about avalanche safety.  On Wednesdays, you can get crafty at ‘Craft-er-noon’, where you will get to create a winter craft to take home with you to remember your trip to Keystone! Class is from 1:30 – 2:30 pm.  Thursday’s Kidtopia Event Lineup is stacked! At 1:30 pm, choose ‘Colorado’s Critters’ wildlife education station, hosted by Friends of the Dillon Ranger District, learning about animals like black bears, beavers, mountain goats and moose! Or get outside and learn how to cross-country ski at ‘My First Cross Country Ski’, from 1:30 – 2:45 pm at the Keystone Nordic Center, this class includes all the gear and you must be there promptly at 1:30 pm! If you still have the energy, make a reservation for ‘Cupcakes & Canvas’, from 4:30 – 5:30 pm. Cost for this event is $15 per person and reservations are required, call 970-496-4386 to book.  Kids will be instructed on how to paint their own acrylic masterpiece, while enjoying a cupcake!


As you head into your weekend at Keystone Resort, there are even more daily events happening with Keystone Kidtopia! Fridays teach kids about snow at ‘Super Snowy Science’, led by our friends from the Keystone Science School.  Learn about snowflakes, snow layers, the snow cycle and avalanche safety, from 1 – 2 pm every Friday at Kidtopia Headquarters. At 4:30 head to Mountain House on the 2nd floor for ‘Ripperoo’s Milkshake Social’, where you can color your own milkshake mug, fill up on milkshakes and get a photo with Ripperoo! Saturdays from 12 – 2:30, pop in for a fun craft and get your face painted just how you want at ‘Craft-er-noon & Face Painting’.  Saturday nights are our favorite, featuring the ‘Kidtopia Fireworks’ over River Run at 7 pm (switching to 8 pm from Mar. 14 – Apr. 11)! Cap off the weekend with ‘Kidtopia Bingo & Facepainting’ on Sunday afternoon from 12 – 2:30 pm at the Kidtopia Headquarters.


Now you can see why Keystone is a kid’s dream come true and the perfect destination for families!  Book your family ski vacation now with SummitCove Lodging and bring your dream vacation to life!

5 Fun Ways to Spend New Year’s Eve at Keystone Resort

Wondering how to ring in the new decade during your stay in Keystone ?  Here are 5 ways to spend your final moments of 2019 and kick off the ’20’s!

    1. Dance Your Way into 2020 with Live Music!
      Keystone is home to numerous venues for live music, with 3 great New Year’s Eve shows taking place!
      – The Time Travel Dance Party Concert at Warren Station
      – The Pinheads Primal J and the Neanderthals at The Goat Soup & Whiskey
      – Zuma Road at The Snake River Saloon
    2. Visit the Chocolate Village, Ice Skate & See the Lakeside Village Fireworks
      The Chocolate Village is a must see while in Keystone over the holidays, so go check out the 7,000 pounds of chocolate on display before you head out onto the ice rink for some skating under the stars, capped off with fireworks at 9pm over the Lake! Hungry? Take advantage of the prime rib buffet dinner special at the Edgewater Cafe, for a dinner reservation call 970-496-4386.
    3. Night Skiing & A Night Cap
      Keystone Ski Resort is open until 8pm for night skiing on New Year’s Eve, so spend your evening shredding out on the ski slopes and then head into River Run Village for a warming night cap!
    4. Celebrate with a Fancy Dinner
      Go all out and enjoy a fancy meal to send out 2019! Make a reservation at one of Keystone’s fine dining restaurants such as the Keystone Ranch, Ski Tip Lodge, Alpenglow Stube, Bighorn Bistro, Snake River Saloon or Montezuma Roadhouse.
    5. Game Night by the Fire
      Sure, celebrating with the crowds is fun, but there’s always something special about an intimate evening by the fire, playing games with your loved ones! Stock up on snacks and drinks ahead of time, throw another log on the fire and roll the dice on your favorite board game!

If you haven’t booked your New Year’s Eve lodging yet, check out our availability here.  SummitCove Lodging still has a few properties open for rentals for the holiday, but probably not for long, so book a New Year’s reservation now!


Get More Bang For Your Buck With Night Skiing at Keystone Resort

One big reason to choose Keystone this winter instead of another resorts?  Keystone is one of the few resorts in Colorado to offer night skiing and with that one of the longest ski days in North America!  Get the most value from your lift ticket dollars with almost 12 hours of open mountain time on some days, with lifts turning from 8:30 am until 8 pm when night skiing is open!


Starting today, December 18, 2019, night skiing will be open every evening for the holiday season through January 5th. After the holidays, night skiing typically runs Wednesdays through Sundays for most of the ski season through March. During Spring Break, starting March 11, night skiing will be open every night through its final day on March 29, which will be the last opportunity for night skiing during the 19 / 20 ski season at Keystone Ski Resort.


Guests can ski or ride on over 10 lighted runs on the front side of the mountain at Keystone Resort when night skiing is open.  We recommend to dress warm with an extra layer and wear light yellow or clear lense goggles if you’ve got them. If you are staying in River Run Village, you can walk to the gondola and hop right on! Take in the cool, crisp mountain air and look up to the starry night sky while you rush down the slopes, hearing the snow crackle beneath your skis, it’s truly an incredible experience and  a must try while you are visiting Keystone Resort during your winter ski vacation!

Keller Williams and His Compadres Are Playing at Keystone’s Warren Station! 

Keller Williams and his Compadres are playing at Keystone’s Warren Station!  They will be here for a two night run on Friday, December 13th and Saturday, December 14th.  Time to get your jam on, Keller Williams and His Compadres are arguably some of the best musicians you will experience all year.  Your best bet is to go both nights as each show has a completely different sound. Friday night it will be K-Dub on lead, Keith Mosely from String Cheese Incident and Jeff Sipe on drums!  “We play loud hard rocking music that is fused with elements of jazz, blues, reggae, and disco.” Saturday night will be a whole different vibe. Rhythm and blues paired with a funky sound.  Get ready to shake it, ‘More Than a Little featuring Mike Dillon’ is in the house on Saturday. In Keller’s 8th return to Keystone, this show sells out every year.


Keller Williams at Keystone's Warren Station
Keller Williams at Keystone’s Warren Station

Tickets for individual nights are $30 in advance and $35 at the door (if still available).  Two day tickets are $55 in advance and $60 at the door. Amazing prices for this world class lineup of musicians. SummitCove Lodging has several one and two bedroom units within Silver Mill, Buffalo, and Dakota Lodges. They are each just steps from the venue Warren Station.  Shows start at 8:00pm and go to 11:00pm on both nights. That leaves you plenty of time to enjoy one of the many great restaurants in River Run Village or get in a little night skiing before the show. Get your tickets, book your room, and get ready to dance!


Winter Activities That Make the Holidays Special at Keystone Resort

Keystone Resort is nothing short of MAGICAL during the holiday season.  The falling snowflakes, holiday lights and of course all of the wonderful holiday activities and events, all add up to make an unforgettable holiday experience with your loved ones.  Here are some of our favorite holiday activities and events to enjoy during your holiday vacation at Keystone.


Sleigh Rides Under the Stars
Keep warm with a thermos of hot cocoa while you enjoy an evening under the stars under a warm, furry blanket.  Two Below Zero Dinner Sleigh Rides will provide a perfect experience that you and your family will reminisce about for years to come!


Ice Skating Outdoors Around a Larger Than Life Holiday Tree
Keystone is home to 2 outdoor skating rinks, in River Run and Lakeside Village. Head to Keystone Lake at Lakeside Village and enjoy the largest Zamboni maintained outdoor skating rink in the country, while you dance around the huge holiday tree in the center of the rink.


Exploring The World’s Largest Snow Fort
Keystone Kidtopia creates the world’s largest snow fort every year at the top of Dercum Mountain. Kids and adults can explore, play hide and seek and have snowball fights and more inside this fun snow fort!


Watching Fireworks Light Up the Mountain
Every Saturday night, at 7 pm, look to the mountain to see a wonderful display of fireworks lighting up the skies over River Run.


Seeing 7,000 Pounds of Chocolate Transformed into a Magical Village
The Chocolate Village at the Keystone Lodge & Spa is an annual tradition that gets better every year! Over 7,000 pounds of various types of chocolate are used to create this mini village that includes unbelievable features like a chocolate waterfall, working chocolate gondola and a rotating 6 foot chocolate Christmas tree!  This is a must see for any visit to Keystone during the holidays!

River Run Santa with Reindeer

Visiting Santa and His Reindeer
Santa loves Keystone and visits multiple times over the holidays with his reindeer.  Kids can even enjoy a pancake breakfast with him!


Daily Snow Expected Thanksgiving Week at Keystone Resort

The record-setting October snow left Keystone Ski Resort with a great base and recent storms have filled in some additional natural snow! 8 inches of snow has fallen in the past two days and it has continued to snow all morning in Keystone. This Thanksgiving holiday should offer guests a great experience with plenty of terrain open to explore and fresh snow to enjoy.  There is daily snow in the forecast from Monday, November, 25th – all the way through Sunday, December 1st, according to Open Snow’s Joel Gratz. 


Upcoming Snow Forecast from Open Snow, as of 11/22/19




Thanksgiving weekend is packed with fun events to get you in the holiday spirit.  Spend Thanksgiving day out on the ski slopes or watching the big game with friends and family.  Cook your own meal in your vacation rental or head out for a turkey day dinner at one of your favorite Keystone restaurants, many of which are offering Thanksgiving specials.  On Saturday, head to River Run Village for an afternoon of holiday fun.  The Welcome Winter Family Carnival offers fun for kids and adults, from 3 – 6 pm. Kids can play games, get their faces painted and watch the show from Sven and his circus performances, with free hot cocoa and kettle corn.  Adults can boogie in the ballroom with a Welcome Winter cocktail and enjoy live music from Bluegrass band, Tara Rose and the Real Deal.  At 4 pm, the Kidtopia Parade begins outside in the village plaza, followed by carolers and visits with Santa from 4:15 – 5:15.  Free hot cocoa and cookies will available while you wait for the holiday tree lighting at 5:15pm. Fireworks over River Run cap off the evening at 7pm.

thanksgiving in the mountains
Spend Thanksgiving in Keystone with Friends and Family

SummitCove Lodging still has properties available for the Thanksgiving holiday.  Come up for the extended weekend, or even just a night or two to hit the slopes and attend the fun holiday events in Keystone.  Book your stay today!

Where to Find a Home Cooked Thanksgiving Meal in Keystone

Thanksgiving originated as a harvest festival and has been nationally celebrated since 1789.  Thanksgiving entails; giving thanks, feasting, spending time with family and friends, football, and of course skiing!  Conditions are fantastic at both Keystone and A-Basin. More and more terrain is opening everyday. Options for Thanksgiving dinner are plentiful.  You can always cook your own in your condo. Our kitchens are well stocked with utensils, pans, and bowls. That being said, it is always nice to have someone else do the cooking!  The following list represents some of the restaurants in Keystone and Dillon, whether or not they will be open and if they have a special Thanksgiving meal.


Keystone Fine Dining Restaurants

Bighorn Steakhouse:  Is offering a full traditional Thanksgiving buffet.  This buffet is extensive and the chefs are amazing!  Cost for the buffet for adults is $60 and kids ages 6-12 are just $24.


The Alpenglow Stube, The Ski Tip Lodge, The Der Fondue Chessel and The Keystone Ranch, will all be open and serving their regular menus on Thanksgiving Day.  

For reservations at any of the above restaurants call 970-496-4386


Other Keystone Restaurants:

New Moon Cafe: Open on Thanksgiving for Breakfast & Lunch, with 2 very tasty Thanksgiving Brunch Specials, in addition to the entire regular menu. For breakfast enjoy a pumpkin waffle with cranberry topping, maple syrup, whip cream and powdered sugar. For lunch, get your turkey fix with a carved turkey sandwich on toasted ciabatta roll with cranberry aioli and with a side of green bean casserole.


Kickapoo Tavern:  Will be open on Thanksgiving and serving a traditional turkey dinner as a special.  Their full menu is available for any non turkey eaters.  They do not take reservations.


Montezuma Road House:  Will be open on Thanksgiving a serving a traditional turkey dinner as a special.  Their full menu is also available if you would prefer one of their other dishes.  They do not take reservations.


Dos Locos:  Closed on Thanksgiving.  Open the rest of the weekend.


Snake River Saloon:  Closed on Thanksgiving.  Open the rest of the weekend.


Dillon Restaurants:

Dillon Dam Brewery:  Closed on Thanksgiving.  Open the rest of the weekend.


Arapahoe Cafe:  Closed on Thanksgiving.  Open the rest of the weekend.


Pug Ryans: Will be open from 2 – 8pm, you can order a traditional Thanksgiving turkey dinner with all the fixings, including pumpkin or pecan pie! Full menu also available. Cost: $26 for adults, $12 for children 12 and younger. For reservations, call 970-468-2145


Red Mountain Grill:  Will be open and serving a traditional turkey dinner as a special.  Their full menu is available for any non turkey eaters.  They do not take reservations.


This is just a short list of restaurants in the area. Wherever you decide to go for your turkey day meal, we do recommend calling in advance to make sure they are open!  We hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving visiting Keystone!