Summer in the mountains means warm sunny days, wildflowers abloom, and endless fun family activities! Here are a few activities for you and your family to enjoy while visiting Keystone this summer.
Every other Thursday June 20 – Aug. 15, 2013
Night owls will enjoy this chance to enjoy an evening under the stars! Bring your bikes or rent them and pedal around the scenic Keystone Lake and bike path before you get tucked in for a free family-friendly movie enjoyed outside under the starry Colorado night sky.
Kid’s Discovery Days
Every Tuesday June 18 – Aug. 13, 2013
Have fun playing in the sun while kids are charmed by live entertainers, fun activities, arts and crafts, bounce houses, balloon animals, gold panning, face painting and more! This free events happens every week in the River Run Events Plaza.
Keystone Balance Bike Series
Select Sundays Throughout the Summer
Does your child have a competitive streak? They will love competing against other children in their age groups in this fun bike race, designed for kids. There are prizes for the top finishers and every racer gets entered to win a pedal bike!
Cupcakes and Canvases
Select Thursdays Throughout the Summer
In this two-hour art class led by an art teacher, your little one will be able to explore their artistic sides and create memorable artwork. Cupcakes, art supplies and teacher guidance will be provided, classes are held under the Gazebo in Lakeside Village.
Independence Day Kids Bike Parade & Fishing Derby
July 4, 2013
If you’ve got young kids, be sure you head to Keystone for the 4th of July Festivities. Kids can start off the morning with a fishing derby at Keystone Lake. Afterwards, head to the village where kids can decorate their bikes any way they’d like and then take part in a parade throughout the Village to show off their new rides! There is also a BBQ and fireworks in the evening.
Kidtopia Kids Theater
Friday Mornings June 28 – Aug. 9, 2013
A new family musical, Golden, puts a new twist on the familiar story of Goldilocks. Have fun watching the show amongst the tall aspen trees at the Quaking Aspen Amphitheater near the Snake River in River Run Village. The show is put on by the Lake Dillon Theatre Company and is just $5 per person.