Breckenridge Fun Park
Run by the ski area / you drop the kids for the day - they have childcare for younger kids too. Fun stuff!
Located at the base of Peak 8 at the Breckenridge Ski Resort, the Breck Summer Fun Park is a mountain adventure park with an attraction to please almost any age or energy level
Summer Amusement for the entire family: Alpine Slide, Roller Coaster, Maze, Bungee, Zip line and much much more.
While it is a little on the expensive side, kids LOVE to spend a day here on the slides, coasters, and other activities. Its shuts down for lightening so check the weather as it might make more sense to do a la carte instead of a day pass.
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“Spruce Creek Trail is a 6.2 mile loop trail located South of Breckenridge offering stunning scenery, gorgeous mountain lakes and historic mine ruins. A good hike for kids and visiting relatives.”
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“A great Breckenridge activity for the family is the Highline Railroad Park and Playground. Train enthusiasts will be enchanted by the Engine No. 9 train stationed at the park, which serves as a reminder of the days when locomotives made the perilous journey through the mountain passes of Colorado. Several more historic train cars are on display, and there’s even a train-themed playground where kids can spend hours exploring. Although the exhibit is free, the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance, which operates the park, does suggest a $5 donation. To get there, head south on Main Street until you hit Boreas Pass Road. Turn left, and travel until you reach the park. Keep in mind this park is closed in the winter. ”
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