Located ninety miles west of Denver, Colorado, Keystone is a vacation destination designed with outdoor enthusiasts in mind. The area, nestled in the Rocky Mountains and spanning a ten-mile range, offers visitors and guests a myriad of summer activities from which to choose. When you take a vacation at Keystone, you are combining the experience of a theme park along with something of a national park adventure, which ultimately equals a good time for everyone.

Keystone Mountain, for example, offers Adventure Point Tubing, Mountain Biking, and Scenic Lift rides. West Keystone provides Golftwo coursesalong with Horseback Riding, Tennis Programs, Science School Day Camp, Paint a Memory, Zip Line and Rock Climbing, in addition to Wagon Rides/Dinner. Reservations are required for the Wagon Rides/Dinner activities.

In Keystone Colorado, guests and visitors can experience Guided Hikes, Miniature Golf, White Water Raftinghalf and full day tripsand a modern day scavenger hunt on the GPS-GEO Cache Adventure, in which seekers use GPS to find three hidden objects located somewhere in the vicinity.

Keystone Whitewater Rafting - Key to the RockiesLakeside Village contains the Adventure Center, along with Yoga and Fitness Classes. And finally, River Run Village includes Adventure Park and .

During the summer months, late May to late August, Keystone Resort offers Golf vacation packages as well as Family adventure packages. In addition, there are currently more than eleven hundred lodging options, so Keystone can also accommodate almost any kind of budget.

Summertime is traditionally a time for spending outdoors, enjoying all the gifts that nature affords. With a wide range of summertime activities to choose from, Keystone does not disappoint. It offers something for the entire family, no matter what the individual adventure level may be. And perhaps most importantly, it offers families a chance to spend quality time together outdoors.

With just a bit of planning, families can enjoy most everything that Keystone has to offer, from white water rafting to horseback riding to tennis and golf. And because most of the activities are available at beginner levels as well as levels that require a bit more expertise, there really is no reason to avoid any particular activity.