Located just 90 miles west of Denver, Granby Ranch is a family-owned ski resort designed and operated with families in mind. The resort is laid out with two mountains, east and west, each offering different types and difficulties of terrain. While the East side is largely green and blue, the West side offers some more challenging blues and blacks, but all trails lead back to the base area, so family and friends can easily meet back at the same place.
Bailey is a small Highway 285 town located about 45 minutes southwest of Denver. There are a few restaurants and shops in town, as well as a couple gas stations. This Platte Canyon town lies at 7,739 feet. It’s the eastern most town in Park County. The main part of town resides at the bottom of a steep winding section of Highway 285.
Nestled just south of Colorado’s capital city, Castle Rock is a thriving world-class community. With more than 70,000 residents, Castle Rock values its small-Town character, its traditional Downtown core and its regular community events. The Town’s identity stems not only from the namesake Rock, but also from a scenic natural landscape that surrounds it. There are 87 miles of trails, 50 well-planned parks and more than 6,000 acres of open space for residents and visitors to enjoy, making Castle Rock a regular on Money magazine’s top places to live list.
With more than 3,300 acres of land, there are endless possible adventures available for guests at Charles S. McNeil Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch (PV). This regional camp includes a swimming pool, two lakes, one of Colorado’s premier mountain biking courses, natural rocking climbing areas, trading post, dining hall, two themed outpost camps, and that barely scratches the surface!