From our cozy Keystone vacation rentals in the mountains, you'll be centrally located to enjoy all of the activities that this area is famous for. In this laid-back resort town the fun never runs out, no matter the season.
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Yes, 48 of our Keystone homes allow dogs—so feel free to bring Fido along. (Just make sure to check individual home listings for any limits on the number and size of dogs they allow).Browse dog-friendly homes >
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The city of Keystone is located in beautiful Summit County, about 77 miles from Denver and 40 miles from the slopes of Vail. Our vacation homes in scenic Summit County vary from upscale to casual, but all are close to the new eight-passenger gondola in River Run Village, award-winning dining options, and one of the best tubing hills in Colorado.
Keystone Resort is made up of three mountains and five bowls, with runs that fit riders of all levels. Dercum is mostly groomers, or beginning and intermediate slopes that have been smoothed down for an easy ride. Dercum is also the mountain for free-style riders with the A51 Terrain Park, ranked one of the top in the nation. North Peak's trails are a bit more advanced, offering intermediate and expert terrain dotted with moguls. Outback is good all-around terrain for intermediate and advanced athletes, sporting world class runs to keep the adventure-driven in your party satisfied.
If you're an alpine athlete looking for some challenge, consider trying out a Cat Tour in the Outback bowls, or night skiing—Keystone boasts the largest night skiing operation in Colorado, after all.
Well-known for being a family-oriented resort, Keystone has friendly staff on-site to show newbies the ropes. There’s even an ice rink on Keystone Lake, should you enjoy a less-vertical challenge.
Visitors of our Keystone condos are in a great spot to experience five other mountain resorts in the area, including the renowned resort of Breckenridge and quieter Copper Mountain.
Keystone is just as lively in the summer as it is in the winter, and our selection of Keystone vacation rentals keeps you close to the action. Practice your golf swing at one of two championship golf courses—the Ranch Course or the River Course—or visit the Lakeside Village Adventure Center for paddle boating, kayaking, and bike rentals.
The Keystone Bike Park is one of the best mountain biking courses in the country, with rock gardens and challenging downhill sections.
For the gourmets in your party, we recommend Der Fondue Chessel for a Bavarian-influenced fondue feast, or a gourmet flatbread pizza at the Black Bear Grill.
Fly fish on the Snake River or drive the seven miles to the Dillon Marina to launch a boat or fish on the waters of Dillon Reservoir. Hike and bike peaceful, wildflower-filled mountain trials, or just relax with a well-deserved spa day.
The next time you're contemplating a Colorado getaway, keep comfortable in one of our Keystone, Colorado cabins or condo rentals for a magical escape any time of year.
Does Vacasa have any ski-in/ski-out vacation rentals in Keystone?
Vacasa has a selection of cozy ski-in/ ski-out vacation rentals in Keystone—simply use our filter tool when you search to see homes available for your dates. But don’t forget to book early: Keystone, Colorado condo rentals go fast during the winter season.
What is Keystone, Colorado, known for?
Keystone, Colorado is known for its fabulous snow sports scene in the winter and outdoor adventures in the summer, though anytime of year is a great time to visit (especially when you choose a comfy Vacasa vacation rental to call your home away from home.)