Directions to Beaver Run
620 Village Road, Breckenridge, Colorado 80424
Airport Shuttles from Denver International Airport (DIA)
Airport shuttles from DIA to the resort are an easy and affordable way to travel from the airport to the mountains. With all of the free transportation in Summit County, there is no need for a car. Let someone else handle the mountain driving for you! This shuttle drops off at our lobby and has hourly scheduled departures in the winter. Contact our Concierge at email@example.com for the current rates and schedule.
From Denver - Approximate Drive Time: 1 Hour, 35 min.
Take Interstate 70 west. Exit Frisco, #203 ( CO Hwy 9, South). Stay on CO-9 South, 9.5 miles. Keep right at the fork and continue on CO-9 South (Park Ave). Stay on Park Avenue for 1 mile then turn right onto Village Road. Beaver Run is straight ahead, 3/10 of mile, on left.
From Colorado Springs - Approximate Drive Time: 2 Hour, 15 min.
Take U.S. Hwy 24 west to Hartsel, CO (Approximately 62 miles). Turn right on CO Hwy 9, North (16 Miles). Turn right on US Hwy 285 / CO-9, North (1 Mile). Take a left on CO-9, North (Fairplay, CO). Stay on CO-9 North for approximately 22 miles – Over Hoosier Pass & into Breckenridge. At the second stop light – left turn (Park Ave). Proceed 2/10 of a mile. Turn left on Village Road. Beaver Run is straight ahead, 3/10 of mile, on left.
Parking is available for guests only. One vehicle per bedroom is allowed to park on property. Additional parking is available at offsite locations. The Beaver Run shuttle can transport you to your vehicle and downtown attractions, shops and restaurants.
RV, trailer and oversized vehicle parking is unavailable at Beaver Run Resort. Parking is available at a designated off site location. Please inquire at check-in for directions and guidelines.
In and around town transportation includes the Complimentary Beaver Run Shuttle that will take you anywhere within the Breckenridge town limits.
The Breckenridge Free Ride provides access to all Breckenridge base areas, parking lots and locations throughout town.
The Summit Stage (free) connects Breckenridge with neighboring resorts of Keystone and Copper Mountain as well as the towns of Silverthorne, Frisco and Dillon and runs continually from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. year-round.