It’s a festive time at Winter Park as 2011 rolls to an end. Many of the activities continue throughout the season at the popular resort. Enjoy s’mores by the fire every Wednesday afternoon this winter at Winter Park. It’s for kids and adults and you never know who you’ll meet. It’s a free family activity but the s’mores go fast so grab one before they’re gone.
It’s Kids’ Night Out every Thursday through April. The evening of fun is for kids ages 4 to 12 years old, offered by the Village at Winter Park. Kids’ Night out is in the Adventure Club Room in the Zephyr Mountain Lodge, from 5:30-8:30 p.m every Thursday night. It’s free to parents as long as Mom and Dad spend $30 in any commercial outlet at the resort during the hours that your kids are in the program. The kids will be eating dinner at Doc’s Roadhouse, and then playing games, doing crafts, and watching movies. Reserve a space for your child by calling Winter Park Guest Services at 800-729-7907.
Boarders can ring in the New Year with a Winter Park Snowboard Team Camp. It’s for intermediate or advanced snowboarders who want to improve their riding in a fun and supportive coaching environment. The camp is Dec. 28-31. Kids must be at least eight years old. You can sign up for the full four-day camp or drop in on select days, and choose to focus on the terrain park, or all-mountain riding.
Photo courtesy Winter Park Resort.
Families can celebrate New Year’s Eve at The Lodge at Sunspot, which is Winter Park’s on-mountain restaurant that sits at 10,700 feet above sea level. A buffet for families is offered or a five-course meal in the dining room. Reservations are required.
Or call 970-726-1446 for dinner reservations.