Located in the Rocky Mountains of Summit County, Colorado, Breckenridge is one of the state’s most popular resort destinations. Known most for its ski resort, Breckenridge is an authentic mountain town with enough attractions to make it a worthwhile destination any time of the year.
Breckenridge’s rich history is full of gold finds and mining, exploration and adventure, brothels and saloons, booms and busts. Founded in 1859 by a small group of prospectors, the town’s Gold Rush brought droves of settlers seeking their fortunes. Though not all found gold, each discovered the beauty of the Tenmile Range and the bounty of the landscape. Today, Breckenridge thrives not only as a leading destination for sports and recreation, but also as a vibrant community for arts, cultural heritage and the creative industries.
Please visit the Breckenridge Tourism Office or call 800-Go-Breck (800-462-7325) for more information and to start planning your trip to Breckenridge today.
Parking + Transportation
Once in Breckenridge, most activities are within walking distance, bikes are widely utilized, and free buses are available. Many lodging properties are within close proximity to Main Street or the mountain. Free Ride bus transportation serves most of town and requires no fare. For many who venture about Summit County, the Summit Stage transit system serves nearly all of Summit County at no charge to its riders.
Parking is prohibited in all Town of Breckenridge operated parking lots between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. during the months of November through April, each year. Parking restrictions are strictly enforced. Other restrictions may apply. Always check signs before parking. The town does offer overnight parking at the Ice Arena and Satellite Lots for a nominal fee.
Breckenridge Creative Arts is dedicated to world-class hospitality, and we take care that our events, services, and facilities are accessible to all guests. We provide many services to audience members and class participants with accessibility needs. If you have any questions, would like further information or need assistance or accommodation, please contact us at (970) 453-3187.
Our ticketing representatives are available to assist you in seat availability and selection. Please inform your representative of any special needs or requests at the time of purchase.
The Riverwalk Center is a wheelchair accessible facility. The box office, main concessions area, and all public restrooms are wheelchair accessible. For information, please contact the Technical Supervisor.
The Riverwalk Center is equipped with a hearing loop. Accompanying hardware is made available to any patron upon request, after submitting a refundable deposit.
Upon request, suitable locations can be made available to sight impaired patrons.
Thank you to our lodging partner, Beaver Run Resort, for generously supporting BCA programs.
RELAX, ESCAPE, ENJOY.
These are the building blocks of the atmosphere created at Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center. Solidly built on ensuring your Breckenridge vacation, getaway or conference reaches beyond your expectations, the Beaver Run team is driven to provide the highest levels of service to its guests.
Wrap yourself in comfort after a long day on the slopes of Breckenridge Mountain in the quiet of our campus, or take a brisk 3-block walk to historic Main Street in the Town of Breckenridge. Or, walk out the door and explore hundreds of acres of National Forest access that make Breckenridge a year-round outdoor playground and meeting destination.
For reservations please call 1-800-265-3560 or visit their website at beaverrun.com.