Granby Ranch: Kick off summer with weekend at family friendly year-round residential club community |

Granby Ranch: Kick off summer with weekend at family friendly year-round residential club community

Celebrate the Summer Solstice in true Colorado style by treating the whole family to an irresistibly adventurous weekend June 21 to 22 at the picturesque Granby Ranch. Theres something for everyone in your family: kick back and listen to a high-energy show by the Boulder-based country rockers, the Unknown Americans; enjoy imaginative entertainment by the always favorite Jackman Brothers; take in an awe-inspiring fireworks display after indulging in delicious BBQ; unwind with a relaxing chair massage by the Fraser River; join in activities from face painting, to fly-fishing the Fraser River, to hiking amid gorgeous peaks and wildflower meadows, to teeing off at the neighborhoods 18-hole Headwaters Golf Course, and the new SolVista Bike Park at Granby Ranch completes the picture.The Summer Solstice Celebration at Granby Ranch is the perfect family-themed weekend getaway that is packed with engaging activities sure to delight kids of all ages, and parents too! Families can discover their second home and get to know an amazing one-of-a-kind mountain community less than two hours from the Front Range by staying the entire weekend with the affordable Stay & Play package. Just $125 covers all the weekend activities for the family, including Saturday night accommodations at a scenic mountain-side location, Sunday brunch and an exclusive mountain bike demo with national pro riders. For families who choose to come up just for the day, $20 covers the cost for the entire family to participate in an array of activities, complete with chairlift passes. And as always, parking is free.The Summer Solstice Celebration schedule includes:Saturday, June 219:00am 5:00pmRegistration Mountain Preview Center9:00am 10:30amStay & Play participants are invited to join Granby Ranch Members for a Continental Breakfast11:00amStay & Play participants enjoy a special event with our staff professional mountain bikers Noon 2:00pmChoose Your Own Adventure: Visit Lodgepole Homes for a special kid-friendly adventureVisit Village Homes model complex and enjoy lunch 2:00pm 4:30pmFamily Quest Activities: East Mountain Warming Hut | face painting and hiking Golf Course | putting course and driving range contest River Camp | camp crafts, massage chairs, fly-fishing Settlers Ridge Discovery Area | scenic family portraits, forest fun4:30pmGet Up and Dance with the Unknown Americans 6:00pmStay & Play participants will Jam with the Band 6:00pmIndulge in the Sizzling Summer BBQ, a feast for the eyes and stomach7:30pmThe Jackman Brothers presents fun and energetic entertainment for the entire family 9:15pmKids Mini Disco (Dance Contest, Limbo, Hokey-Pokey)DuskBlast Off! Fireworks Spectacular Sunday, June 22 9:00am NoonStay & Play Brunch on the deck of the Mountain Preview Center Games and activities on the lawn for kidsPlenty of lodging is available. For more information and to register your family for this not-to-be-missed adventure, contact the Granby Ranch Mountain Preview Center at 888-850-4615 or visit RanchSpanning 5,000 acres of sun-filled high alpine landscape, Granby Ranch is a ski and golf community offering an unparalleled combination of community amenities, homes, and homesites; where all owners are a member of the Club at Granby Ranch. The community is 15 miles north of Winter Park and is a fully-amenitized, four-season community, including the SolVista Basin; a completely remodeled Base Camp Lodge and new Seven Trails Grille restaurant; the 18-holeNicklaus Design Headwaters Golf; more than three miles of private fishing access on the Fraser River; and hundreds of acres of open space and trails for hiking, mountain biking and basking in the sun.

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