After a day a skiing at Breckenridge, we discoverd the Frisco Adventure Park, as our 6 year old granddaughter was arriving soon and was looking forward to playing in the snow. As the snow had all disappeared in our area south of Denver, we were looking everywhere for a place for this little southern girl to be able to play in the snow for her very first time.
We were concerned about high entry fees, so we went into their welcome center. In addition to being able to purchase tickets for the impressive tubing hill with the "escalator" to the top, there were clean restrooms and areas for food. It turns out that, in order for children to have a great time sledding and playing in the snow, there is no fee--the huge sledding hill on the opposite side of the parking lot is great and free. There is even a picnic table for the parent or grandparents who want to watch.
Should the kids or adults want to use the awesome groomed tubing hill, the hourly fee is a bit steep, but includes the tubes and use of the "escalator" for maximum time spent tubing down, not climbing up. It is an awesome experience for kids and teens, and doesn't cost nearly as much as the the very outrageous lift ticket fees necessary for most ski resort tubing hills.
There was plenty of wonderful snow, and they are open until April. A great free place to sled for children!
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