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Spend Your Holidays in the Colorado Rockies

Spend Your Holidays in the Colorado Rockies

Deck the halls, it’s Christmastime in the Rockies! Grand Lake, covered in white, is a picturesque winter wonderland this time of year, and winter activities abound. From warm evenings at the Rocky Mountain Repertory Theater to outdoor adventures on snowshoes,...
Honoring Veterans, Giving Thanks & Christmas Tree Lighting

Honoring Veterans, Giving Thanks & Christmas Tree Lighting

There are many reasons to be thankful this November. We’d like to start this month’s blog off by saying that we are very grateful for our Veterans and are proud to offer 50% off all lodging to our Veterans for the month of November in Honor of...
Kayak, SUP, Hike, Fish, Golf & View Wildlife

Kayak, SUP, Hike, Fish, Golf & View Wildlife

What’s your favorite outdoor activity? With Grand Lake, Colorado’s largest natural lake, in our front yard, and Rocky Mountain National Park in our backyard, we provide the perfect playground for all your outdoor fun! Make your plans to come up and play in...
Summer Fun in Grand Lake & Rocky Mountain National Park

Summer Fun in Grand Lake & Rocky Mountain National Park

Grand Lake has something for everyone – boating, fishing, hiking, golfing, horseback riding, ATVing, paddle boarding, kayaking, biking, exploring Rocky Mountain National Park, birding, live music and theater, and more!  Summer is our high season when our lake...
What Does Memorial Day Mean To You?

What Does Memorial Day Mean To You?

Memorial Day Weekend is important as we remember those who fought, served and paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms. On Memorial Day, we honor our Grandfather, Private George P. Lonneville, who served in WWII as a member of Company A, 9th Armored Battalion, the...
Spring Is In The Air

Spring Is In The Air

Spring is the season of renewal and awakening when you may experience the first sightings of new offspring – moose, deer, elk and black bears – and welcome the hummingbirds back to their nesting grounds. Once again the Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre,...
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