Welcome to Keystone
The intersection of luxury mountain living and year-round family fun.
This idyllic mountain wonderland encompasses breathtaking views of the Rockies and about as much fun as any person could fit into a lifetime. Even though it is tucked into the mountainside, Keystone tends to feel more urban than rural and provides plenty of shopping and entertainment along with its natural beauty. Lodge-style estates and elegant condominiums are strategically placed to allow for ski-in and ski-out access.
As part of the broader Breckenridge Metropolitan area, living in Keystone offers proximity to all the best in entertainment, dining, and of course top tier outdoor experiences, such as skiing and championship golf courses. In aptly named Summit County, Keystone is nestled next to the Dillon Reservoir, so summer sailing and reservoir trails are at your fingertips.
What to Love
- Keystone Resort
- Keystone Village
- All seasons outdoor activities of all kinds
- Two championship golf courses
- Variety of restaurants and shopping experiences
Keystone’s day and night skiing, sleigh ride dinners, renowned golfing, and summer events all add to a vibrant and active community lifestyle. This is an excellent place for families to enjoy everything from learning to ski together to arts and music festivals. The community has many young professionals and offers proximity to many of the surrounding areas for work or fun. There is never a dull moment here in Keystone.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
What was once an 1800s stagecoach stop turned family home is now one of the country's best restaurants. The Ski Tip Lodge Bed and Breakfast uses only the best seasonal ingredients to create an elegant four-course dining experience. While the food takes you out of this world, the intimate ambiance wraps you in a warm blanket of romance. Keystone Ranch, a AAA Four-Diamond recipient and Wine Spectator DiRoNa winner, hosts a spectacular steakhouse-inspired menu with a cozy atmosphere.
Atop the North Peak, you can enjoy Bavarian-inspired contemporary dishes at Alpenglow Stube. The views alone are something to behold, but wait until you get a taste of the chef's award-winning dishes. A local breakfast staple is the Haywood Cafe. Offering original eggs benedict recipes and bacon-wrapped elk sausages, you won't find a breakfast or service this good just anywhere. Everyone loves a good pizza, and you will not be disappointed when you stop at Pizza 101. The fresh ingredients and creative pies will leave you wanting more every time.
Things to Do
Keystone Lake has endless opportunities for summer fun– fishing, boating, kayaking, and swimming. One thing that sets it apart is ice skating. Keystone Lake Ice Rink is one of the largest ice rinks in North America to be both natural and maintained by Zamboni. Five acres of space for hockey or skating, whichever you do best. Soda Creek Valley holds a sweet little treat, Keystone Sleigh Ride Dinners! This is a truly unique experience for those of all ages to enjoy. Ride along on a journey through the wild west, with stories of settlers past and a delicious dinner in a cozy homestead perfectly fit for the occasion.
Keystone Ranch Golf Course is an outstanding way to spend a day. Not only does this course have the most beautiful mountain backdrop, but it was also formerly home to many homesteads, and many unique outbuildings still stand as history right on the course. The Keystone Ranch Restaurant is one of those buildings standing the test of time. To kick up your game a notch, The River Golf Course at Keystone boasts some exhilarating twists and turns. The front nine wind along the Snake Rivers side. The back nine holes are tucked into a lush forest with various challenges to enjoy along the way.