Conveniently located just 90 minutes west of Denver, Breckenridge offers the complete Rocky Mountain experience for groups all year long. Established in 1859 during the height of the Colorado Gold Rush, this charming Summit County community is overflowing with rich history like the Country Boy Mine, beautiful historic buildings that line Main Street, and nearly 300 shops, restaurants, and bars to visit during breaks from meeting agendas.
Whether you need a high-tech boardroom or a spacious 5,000-square-foot facility, there is over 43,000 square feet of meeting venues in Breckenridge that can accommodate groups of up to 1,500 attendees. The largest Breckenridge meeting space is Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center, which is adjacent to Breckenridge Ski Resort with venues such as the on-mountain TenMile Station and The Maggie near Main Street. The 750-seat Riverwalk Center with glass doors that open onto a lawn along the Blue River also is a popular downtown location to host gatherings or attend performances, lectures and more year-round.
For free time fun, consider exploring the ski area’s Epic Discovery Peak 8 Basecamp, booking a dog sledding adventurein summer and winter, and taking part in classes in the Breck Create Arts District or tastings and tours at Breckenridge Distillery. There also is no shortage of special events to tie into, such as Lighting of Breckenridge and Race of Santas, Ullr Fest, International Snow Sculpture Championships, Oktoberfest, and Breckenridge Wine Classic.