Tranquil and pristine, this family-friendly town is a haven for skiers.

Welcome to Keystone

Tranquil and pristine, this family-friendly town is a haven for skiers
Consisting of five main areas—East Keystone, River Run Village, Mountain House Base Area, Lakeside Village, and Keystone Ranch—family-friendly Keystone is best known for its alpine feel and beautiful mountain views. This scenic town is full of lodging, retail, and restaurants, and it’s a haven for skiers in the winter and full of festivals, concerts, and more during the summer. 
There’s a fire pit in the village center that serves as a gathering spot, and the town is known for its night skiing events. In the summer, Keystone Lake is open to paddle boats and canoes, and a grand fireworks show happens every Saturday. When the lake freezes over in the winter, all five acres are maintained by a Zamboni, allowing families to skate and play hockey.
Festivals and street fairs are held regularly here, and two world-class golf courses — the River Course and the Keystone Colorado Ranch Course — are located in town. Scenic gondola rides and river rafting are also unique to Keystone, and there are plenty of hiking and biking trails at the top of Keystone Mountain. 
Condos and mountain lodges primarily dominate Keystone, CO's real estate landscape. Many of Keystone's homes and properties are situated near the ski slopes and feature ample summer amenities like large porches and outdoor gathering spaces.

What to Love

  • Well known for its night skiing events
  • Home to two world-class golf courses
  • Charming Keystone, CO houses and homes for sale
  • Festivals, concerts, and community events happen here year-round
  • A variety of elegant Keystone houses for sale to choose from

People & Lifestyle - Living in Keystone

With over 130 individual trails, Keystone is a skier’s paradise and a haven for nature lovers. While it’s great for vacationers, full-time residents have the hills to themselves during many off-peak weeks. The town is extremely laid-back, and residents are focused on relaxing. If you love the Colorado frontier, Keystone is the perfect place to live.

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

In addition to offering the largest night skiing events in Colorado and maintaining the largest outdoor ice skating rink in the U.S., Keystone also features a number of the area’s highly rated restaurants. Alpenglow Stube Restaurant is a mountaintop hideaway that is accessed via gondola ride and offers New American fine dining and uninterrupted views, and Inxpot, a comfy cafe, serves breakfast, sandwiches, coffee, and cocktails. Call ahead for reservations at the exclusive Ski Tip Lodge for a four-course dining experience. For something a little more laid-back, head over to Steep Brewing Company, offering craft brews, coffee drinks and cocktails, complemented by breakfast, pizza and apres food fare.

Things to Do in Keystone

There are many festivals held in Keystone throughout the summer, including the Keystone Wine and Jazz Festival, the Keystone River Run Village Art Festival, and the Keystone Bacon and Bourbon Festival, which offers a variety of pork samples, premium whiskeys, single malt scotches, and barrel-aged spirits as well as live music and activities.
Warren Station, a Center for the Arts at Keystone Resort, plays host to a multitude of public events and private functions, including weddings, exhibitions, festivals, cultural performances, educational programming, and musical entertainment.

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