SummitCove and KODI Rafting Are Partnering Up on Rafting Discounts Just For Our Guests!

Keystone Resort is beginning its official kick off for the summer season today!  Anyone who is planning to visit Summit County this summer should consider a rafting trip.  It’s a wonderful complement to your summer vacation, and we have exclusive savings for our guests this year!  SummitCove is proud to announce our new partnership with Frisco’s KODI Rafting! SummitCove guests can try out the latest craze of Stand-Up Paddle Boarding or choose from about 30 other adventures on Colorado’s rivers this summer!

Save 10% on your rafting expedition in Summit County when you book lodging in Keystone with SummitCove.  KODI Rafting is a locally owned company that has operated since 1986.  With professional guides, and trip options from half-day to three-day adventures and 30 trips from mild to wild, you will find something for your entire group to enjoy.  KODI also offers group trips perfect for weddings, family reunions or friends!  Choose your adventure on the Arkansas, Colorado, Dolores or Blue River, or Clear Creek and Ten Mile Creek.  Try Stand-Up Paddle Boarding, offered exclusively with KODI!

Another amazing KODI Rafting program is the ‘Marry on the River’ program, which is perfect for brides and grooms looking for a truly unique twist for their wedding.  Campy Campton, owner of KODI will perform the ceremony, which includes a rafting trip for the wedding party.  In partnership with our good friends at Petal and Bean, the ceremony will include flowers, live acoustic music, a beautiful riverside ceremony, and a champgagne toast at the take out.  Call 970.668.1548 for further details!

It’s easy to book your lodging and your rafting trip with KODI!  Once your Keystone lodging reservation is set up, our Vacation Planners will provide you with the booking code to set up your adventure with our friends at KODI!


Frisco Concert in the Park Series Begins June 21st


The Frisco Concerts in the Park will return for 2012 beginning on June 21st!  The free outdoor concert series take place at the Historic Park Gazebo & Lawn on Main Street in nearby Frisco, Colorado.  The concerts feature some of the hottest up-and-coming musical talent with a beautiful mountain backdrop!

Refreshments will be available for purchase to benefit the local non-profit designated for each evening.  Examples of local non-profit organizations in the past that have raised funds at these concerts are: League for Animals & People of the Summit (LAPS), Carriage House Preschool, Summit Search & Rescue and Friends of the Dillon Ranger District.

Summer 2012 Schedule: all concerts 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m


Frisco Adventure Park and Nordic Center for Tubing, Nordic Skiing and More!

The Frisco Adventure Park Tubing Hill is expected to open for Thanksgiving weekend, and some big things are already in the works!  The new adventure park is located just minutes away from Keystone Resort, and will be a great addition to the winter activities available in Summit County. 

The Summit Daily News has reported that the Town of Frisco has spoken with the Copper Mountain Ski and Ride School about offering beginner ski lessons at the Adventure Park.  The soonest that the partnership would begin is February 2012, once the details have been ironed out.  Once the finishing touches have been decided, SummitCove will keep you posted on the details!

The tubing park offers both a tubing hill and a ski and ride slope and terrain park.  The Frisco Nordic Center offers miles of Nordic skiing and snowshoe trails, as well as a new dinner and sleigh ride experience from Two Below Zero Sleigh Rides.

If you are still looking for Summit County lodging as you enjoy these Frisco activities, contact one of our Vacation Planners today!