Family Fun A review of Keystone Lodge & Spa

I'm not sure what month the previous poster visited Keystone, but my experience here has been very different. Since they wanted air conditioning (it seldom gets in the 80's in Keystone), I'm assuming summer.

My summer experience was with my two teenage daughters. We had a great time. They both got activity passports that gave them free range of swimming, hot tubs, saunas, bikes, paddleboats, canoes, kayaks, rollarblades, chairlifts. They also went horseback riding and sailing on Lake Dillon. The staff was wonderful. There is a huge choice of restaurants (fine dining is no rarity in Summit County).

If you're looking to party and get wild, Keystone in summer is not the place to be. Winter may be a bit more lively.

This describes my first visit to Keystone. It became a twice yearly visit and recently I bought my own vacation home in Keystone.

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