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1 of 1 results for Dillon offers travelers with the most sought after Dillon vacation rental deals. If you can imagine no lake Dillon and three rivers coming together where a trading post and clusters of cabins might have existed, then you can imagine the first town of Dillon. This was the scene in the late 1800s until Denver needed water storage in the high country. The town had to relocate to the northeastern shore of the lake while the reservoir was completed in 1963. Our Dillon vacation properties are located near top attractions, restaurants and offer travelers a plethora of awesome memories.

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As a Gold Crown RCI Resort, Swan Mountain timeshare rentals and vacation condos offer the finest accommodations for your next Rocky Mountain adventure. Swan Mountain is nestled in the heart of Summit County, at an elevation of almost 10,000 feet. The winter season holds many exciting opportunities for downhill, telemark, heli and cross-country skiing as well as snowboarding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, snow biking, ice skating, dog sledding, sleigh rides, and snowcat tours.
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You can visit the town's beautiful hillside cemetery that was moved from the former site. Now the lakeside mountain town of Dillon has a variety of amenities. One can find eateries housed in buildings from the Old Town of Dillon, microbreweries, a bowling alley, batting cages, and summer concert/theatre performances in the Lake Dillon amphitheater. A trip to the old school house, which is now the Summit historical societys museum, is worth the visit to learn more about the area.

"With so many outdoor recreational and downtown shopping options in the handful of mountain towns that lie in Summit County, Colorado, it's no wonder this area of the state is frequently visited by millions of visitors annually. The town of Dillon is one of the most visited areas in the county, mainly because of its proximity to the numerous ski resorts and the excellent shopping, accommodation and dining options available. So, if you are driving on I-70 in Summit County don't blink when you see signs for Dillon because you might miss this impressive area.

On the shore of Summit County's centerpiece, Dillon Reservoir, the quaint mountain town of Dillon is a blend of backwoods cabins, modern vacation homes and top notch accommodations for everyone from couples to families. With its streets winding through the pines and down by Lake Dillon, the town lacks a real ""downtown,"" though the Dillon Mall is home to restaurants and ski shops. Since the 1940s, Dillon has been a popular resort community when A-Basin skiers built log cabins and constructed restaurants and lodges. During the summer, Dillon is a hot spot for sailors, anglers and other water-sport people who flock to the lake for hours of recreation. For more information, stop in at the visitors center in Dillon."

Dillon is most known for its nomadic (and aquatic) history. During its 100-year history, Dillon has relocated itself three times—buildings and all! Dillon was established as the trading hub of the county situating itself at the confluence of the Blue, Tenmile and Snake Rivers. After several years on the "wrong side of the river" the town fathers found that it would be better to move to the north side of the confluence to better serve the increased traffic from the train lines and pack trails. Its most recent move was necessitated by the construction of the reservoir. The town of Dillon now sits above and on the shores of the new hub of the county, which bears homage to its namesake: Dillon Reservoir.

We're glad you stopped by and hope you enjoy our site. You'll find that the Arapahoe Café has lots of history, some of the best barbecue in Summit County, and a friendly staff. It all started in the 1880's when Dillon was a small mountain town in the heart of Rockies at the hub of the Colorado mining and gold rush. If you're lucky to live in Summit County - or heading up here to visit and ski, board, play, hike, bike, fish - check the weather and make plans to stop by for some great BBQ and a cold one.
The Blue Spruce Inn has been a Summit County dining tradition since the 1940’s. The building was originally an Inn, with rooms upstairs and a restaurant on the main level. The Inn was built near Farmers Korner on the old highway from Dillon to Breckenridge. It was then moved to the east end of Main Street in Frisco when the Lake Dillon dam was built, and then to the present location around 1974. The entire staff of The Blue Spruce Inn welcomes you, and hopes your visit will be most enjoyable.
"Welcome to the Chimayo Mexican Grill, home to Summit County, Colorado's favorite joint for Fish and Shrimp Tacos, Chili Rellenos, and Burritos. Our fresh, homemade recipes have been feeding the community and surrounding towns and cities for over ten years. Most recognized for THE BEST Fish & Shrimp Tacos in town, visitors and customers from all over the state and the U.S. (including, ahem, California) continue to pop in and scarf them puppies down. ""Hand's down, no comparison..."" says one ten year loyal customer from the Greater Denver area."
The award-winning Dillon Dam Brewery is one of the largest Brew-Pubs in the nation and one of the finest family restaurants in Summit County, Colorado. We serve hand-crafted ales, lagers and rootbeer and we brew about 2,000 barrels per year. This makes us the 31st largest Brew-Pub in the nation (out of nearly 1,000). That's a lot of Dam Beer™. We are an American-style restaurant serving lunch, dinner, and a kids menu. We serve the families of and visitors to Dillon, Silverthorne, Frisco, Keystone, Breckenridge and Copper Mountain.
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Nestled in the heart of Colorado's Rocky Mountains, Kemosabe Sushi Bar sits on Frisco's Main Street welcoming Summit County locals and visitors alike for a unique dining experience. Our 'Mountain Metro' menu focuses on the freshest sashimi and nigiri along with unique, western-influenced rolls and our intimate dining room offers a sleek and modern, yet cozy dining experience and has two tetami rooms for private parties.
Experience the extraordinary blend of the Colorado frontier and fine dining in the rustic elegance of this original 1930s ranch homestead. Savor a luxurious six-course dinner featuring acclaimed Colorado cuisine and wild game specialties. It won’t take long to see why the Ranch is a AAA Four Diamond™ rated restaurant, a Wine Spectator DiRoNa winner, and ranked as a top restaurant in Colorado by the prestigious Zagat Survey.
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