Erin Herbranson


Jim Johnson

Eat, Drink, & Play

Mountain Adventures

Please take a look at the Dillon Parks and Recreation webpage. Here you will find recommendations for hiking, biking, sailing, kayaking and SUP rentals! It's a beautiful area just waiting to be explored!

Here is a longer list of trails made specifically for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding.

Fly Fishing

The section of the Blue River flowing through Silverthorne is designated Gold Medal fishing by the state. Trout over 24-inches are frequently seen (but rarely landed).

Silverthorne Recreational Center

65,000-square foot Recreation Center with four pools, three water slides, a spacious gym, indoor track, cardio and weight rooms, as well as a hot tub, sauna, and steam room.


Grab your golf clubs and let's hit the links! Here are a couple options!

Rainbow Park

Rainbow Park spans a total of seven acres and contains a multi-purpose field. Here, you have free access to a playground, skateboarding park, a basketball court, a tennis court, and a volleyball court.

Whitewater Rafting!

Want to get your adrenaline pumping? Here are a couple nearby options.

Colorado Rafting Company

KODI Rafting

Outlets at Silverthorne

For shopping or any last minute necessities, check out the Outlets at Silverthorne.


Breckenridge is a bustling mountain town located 14 miles south of Silverthorne. Rather than being a purpose built ski village, Breckenridge is a genuine old western town that was founded in the 1850s to serve the gold mining industry. These wild west roots helped create a town with plenty of character and color.

Places to Eat

Breakfast & Casual:
Sunshine Cafe
Mountain Lyon Cafe
Arapahoe Cafe
Blue Moon Bakery
Chimayo Mexican Grill
Cheba Hut Toasted Subs
Pug Ryan's Tiki Bar
The Lost Cajun (Frisco)
Butterhorn Bakery & Cafe (Frisco)

Sauce on the Blue
Mint Steak & Seafood

Angry James
Dillon Dam
Pug Ryan's
Outer Range (Frisco)
HighSide (Frisco)

For more spots check Yelp or TripAdvisor.
Stacey Meacham