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Summer 2021 in the Colorado Rockies is almost here!

This has been an unusual year and we are all struggling to get to the “new normal”. Winter Park is no different, and we are quite excited to share that some of our favorites are back! Events such as Tuesday Picnic in the Park in the Town of Fraser at Town Hall and Thursday Concerts in the Rendezvous Events Center in Winter Park are returning. The schedules and lineup have yet to be released, but it’s all very exciting.

Hideaway Park downtown Winter Park, Colorado.

More Winter Park summer event favorites are coming back!

Art Affair returns on July 10-11 at the Rendezvous Events Center as well as the Jazz Festival on July 17 and 18. Fraser Mountain Mural Festival will enjoy it’s third year with plenty of murals, live music and everything Fraser has to offer August 6-8.

18th Annual Blues from the Top

And Finally! The Grand County Blues Society is excited to announce the 18th Annual Blues from the Top! You can expect the same great blues music, the same stunning location in downtown Winter Park and the same smiling faces of the folks from Grand County Blues Society. All of this jam-packed into one extraordinary full day of amazing music on Saturday, August 14, 2021.

Details are still being ironed out, including artist lineup, ticket prices, safety protocols and more. Once details are finalized, you’ll be the first to know. So, stay tuned for more Winter Park summer events! 

blues from the top Singer

Find the perfect Summer Vacation Rental

Visit Winter Park Lodging offers plenty of properties close to Rendezvous Events Center, get in touch with us soon to reserve the property that suits your needs. These properties include the favorite Trailhead Lodges as well as the new Hideaway Station properties. Call us at 970-363-7458 or visit our website at visitwinterpark.com for more information.

Bull elk with large antlers grazing on early summer evening. Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA

Visit Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park is a spectacular “event” to experience when you’re visiting Grand County. The Park encompasses 415 square miles. Enjoy Trail Ridge Road which crests at over 12,000 feet. The drive includes many overlooks to experience the subalpine and alpine worlds. There are also over 300 miles of hiking trails, wildflowers, wildlife, starry nights and fun times.

After four seasons of working at a marina on Shadow Mountain Lake, a group noticed a demand for Kayak and SUP delivery to the various lakes in the Grand Lake area. After some saving and access to a pick-up and trailer, (thanks to family members), Grand County Kayaks was born!

They offer 4-Hour to multi-day rentals of Single Kayaks, Double (2-person) Kayaks and Stand Up Paddle Boards. Grand County Kayaks want to make your vacation to our beautiful area a memorable one!