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From lessons on the mountain, to a trip down the alpine slide, to a horse drawn sleigh ride, Breckenridge is full of activities for both kids and adults alike! Whether you’re visiting in summer or winter, the town has enough going on to ensure your young explorers will have earned that cup of cocoa by the end of the day.

Check out our Winter/Summer activities for a full list of fun things to do with your family in Breckenridge.

Summer Camp

Drop the kids off for a half-day or full day of adventures at Breck June 15 – Sept. 3. They’ll gain valuable outdoor skills while participating in activities centered on science, nature, crafts, imagination and more! Ages 6-13 welcome. 
(970) 453-5000

Breckenridge Recreation Center

The Breckenridge Recreation Center offers two climbing walls, an indoor pool and slide, basketball, racquetball and tennis courts and more. All services are available with the purchase of a one-day pass or punch card. (Kids 10 and younger need to be accompanied by an adult.) Specialty programs are also offered. 
(970) 453-1734

Ice Skating

Kids of any age can enjoy the Stephen C. West Ice Arena located on Boreas Pass Road. The ice arena offers an indoor and outdoor ice rink, which are open for public skating seven days a week. Skate rental and instruction are available on-site. 
(970) 547-9974

MiniMites Hockey

Throughout the year, these daily hockey classes get kids under 6 years old out on the ice and having fun in skates. |
(970) 547-9974

Downstairs at Eric’s

From Pinball to Ms. Pac Man, Downstairs at Eric’s Arcade provides a fun activity for older kids and is located right on Main St.

Carter Park

Take your sled, your mittens and your friends to Carter Park, home to one of the only sledding locations in town. The park is located at the south end of High Street and adjacent to Breckenridge Elementary School.

Mountain Top Children’s Museum

With a new location, the Mountain Top Children’s Museum offers children an opportunity to think outside the box and use their imaginations. “Where the Wild Things Are” is an example of interesting exhibits you’ll find on your stroll through the museum. It’s a perfect afternoon activity for learning and excitement for younger children. 
(970) 453-7878