23rd Nov, 2012

Colorado Tubing Adventures overlooking Frisco Real Estate

What a way to celebrate Thanksgiving—on the tubing hill at Frisco Adventure Park. The 10-lane hill overlooks Frisco Colorado real estate and the Rocky Mountains in Summit County. Family fun and a record-breaking 600 people of all sizes converged with the holiday spirit. Residents of Breckenridge homes joined with out-of-towners for the Thanksgiving Day opening of the 600-foot facility. Longer 1200-foot lanes will be opening in the coming weeks.

The crisp air never bit the toes. Frisco Adventure Park has been making snow since mid-October to get the tubing hill open on time. Then to maintain a snow base throughout the season, the Park operates two snowmaking machines. A snow cat is used to groom the facility regularly.

On opening day, staff began with three lanes open with options to open several additional lanes. The tubing lanes are designed to accommodate various ages and skill levels. Some lanes are longer than others and they have different gradations. The park will be in full swing by the Christmas season. When the ski lifts open, tubing enthusiasts can ride to the top of the lanes.

Ticket sales for the popular Frisco Adventure Park have been increasing every year. Facilities opened on December 12, 2010. The park charges $25 per hour. Until December 16, they are selling a transferable 10-punch pass for $199. The season pass is only $229. Call 970-668-2558 for details. Residents of Frisco homes and Summit County receive a 20-percent discount.

Frisco Adventure Park is open Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from noon to 8 PM and on Monday from noon to 5 PM.
Popular nearby residential areas include historic Frisco, Water Dance, and The Reserve at Frisco. For information about buying land, homes, condominiums, and fractional real estate in the scenic mountain villages, call Barrie Stimson, Breckenridge Realtor® at (970) 390-2560.

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