Offering panoramic views and lots of outdoor activities, this town doubles as a retail destination.

Welcome to Silverthorne

Offering panoramic views and lots of outdoor activities, this town doubles as a retail destination
Originally founded as a camp for workers building the Dillon Dam, Silverthorne has grown to become the year-round heart of Summit County. Featuring lots of outdoor activities and a thriving arts and culture scene, this small mountain town is best known for its beautiful rivers, rapids, and fishing holes. There are also hundreds of miles of wilderness here, making it the ideal spot for nature enthusiasts.
Considered one of Summit County’s major retail destinations, this area offers a wealth of boutiques and stores, including the Outlets at Silverthorne, a multiplex of more than 70 name-brand shops.
Some of the area’s most scenic fairways can be found at the Raven Golf Course at Three Peaks, which is positioned amid pine and aspen forests, sparkling lakes, and snow-marbled 13,000-foot peaks. There are also several scenic trails in the area, including the Blue River Trail, which connects the northern and southern portions of town and unites with the Summit County Recreational Pathway System to offer routes to Dillon, Keystone, and Frisco.

What to Love

  • Home to a thriving arts and culture scene
  • A haven for outdoor enthusiasts
  • Charming Silverthorne homes for sale
  • Features a wealth of boutiques and stores
  • A variety of stunning Silverthorne houses for sale to choose from

People & Lifestyle - Living in Silverthorne

Silverthorne is home to approximately 4,000 residents who are united by their love of the mountain lifestyle and Silverthorne's real estate options. The lifestyle here is centered around an outdoor activity, which is available in many formats year-round.

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

Dining options abound in Silverthorne. Local favorites include: Sauce on the Blue Restaurant, a family pizzeria and Italian eatery that delivers old-world influenced favorites; Blue Moon Bakery, locally famous for its breakfast and lunch and assorted baked goods and sandwiches; Red Buffalo Coffee, a simple cafe serving espresso drinks, sweets and sandwiches; and Angry James Brewery, offering more than a dozen different varieties and a menu full of pub grub.

Things to Do in Silverthorne

Silverthorne Performing Arts Center
Featuring three performance spaces, classrooms, and rotating art exhibits, this space is an important community hub that accommodates summer music, theater performances and community, and private events. 
4th Street Crossing
This new downtown hub contains posh apartments, a hotel, and lots of chic retail and restaurant options.
Silverthorne First Fridays
The Town of Silverthorne is making the first Friday of every month a reason for residents and visitors alike to get together and celebrate what’s special about their vibrant community. From arts and food to music and fun, First Fridays showcase the community’s talented makers, artisans, and performers. They include hosted evenings with artists, chefs, brewers, musicians, and more in various locales that welcome the whole community to participate.
Raven Golf Course
Considered one of the top courses in the country, The Raven Golf Club at Three Peaks is a Tom Lehman and Hurdzan/Fry design that features lush rolling fairways and immaculate greens surrounded by towering stands of pine and aspen, snow-capped 13,000-foot peaks, crystal clear creeks, and trout-filled lakes.

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