Spacious condos offer full kitchens, balconies, and fireplaces, as well as easy access to the pool, sauna, and nearby mountain recreation
Hotel at a Glance: Beaver Village Condominiums
Beaver Village Condominiums offers a nature-filled, family-friendly getaway on the edge of Winter Park Resort and the vast Arapaho National Forest. The spacious condos - 685-square-foot one-bedroom units and 900-square-foot two-bedroom units—outfit guests with everything they’ll need, including fully equipped kitchens. You can spend an evening lounging by the fireplace or on your balcony, watching the sunset over the mountainous terrain. You’ll also have access to the clubhouse’s many amenities, including three hot tubs and a heated indoor pool.
- Pamper yourself with a trip to the clubhouse’s detoxifying sauna.
- Winter Park Resort: Just three miles away, where you can use facilities such as a bike park, alpine slide, and maze, and in winter you can enjoy the snow. The resort is also home to a small village with restaurants and shops.
- Go downtown to find several shops and restaurants serving Asian food, barbecue, and more.
Please note: The Clubhouse will be closed from 5/1-5/31 and 10/1-10/31.
Winter Park, Colorado: Year-Round Outdoor Adventures in Picturesque Ski Village
Winter Park made its mark in the late 1930s as one of Colorado’s first ski towns. Today, the alpine berg draws sizable crowds during ski season but still retains its small-town vibe. Ski season—when an average of more than 320 inches of snow blankets the slopes of Winter Park Resort—typically runs from mid-November to late April. Skiers and snowboarders have access to more than 3,000 acres of terrain, 25 chairlifts, and five terrain parks. Mary Jane Mountain proffers legendary mogul runs, leading Skiing Magazine to name it the No. 1 place for mogul skiing in North America.
The park’s surrounding mountains and forests offer plenty to do off-season, too. Come summertime, Winter Park Resort is a popular mountain-biking destination, with 40 miles of downhill trails that feature tabletop jumps and banked cruisers. About 35 miles north of Winter Park, there’s fantastic hiking along a trail that skirts the Continental Divide, wending past waterfalls and through open meadows en route to Columbine Lake. Autumn is particularly scenic, as the leaves of native aspens turn red, gold, and orange.