Wrapped in a pristine blanket of white, Dillon offers access to a world-class winter playground with all the comfort and charm of a small mountain town. Just minutes away from the ski slopes, enjoy skating, sleigh rides, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snow kiteboarding or ice fishing right here. Or relax with a quiet stroll through downtown Dillon, especially in December, under the sparkle of holiday lights.
You don’t have to be an exercise junkie to appreciate Dillon’s many parks or to take the nearby hiking trails. Each trail is unique and frequented by bikers, runners and people just taking in the scenery. Or grab a group of friends and try out the Dillon Disc Golf Course, see a new movie at Skyline Cinema, or check out Lakeside Bowling Alley
During the summer, make sure not to miss the famed Dillon Farmers Market. Relax, take a stroll and check out the freshest Colorado produce around, artisanal foods, handmade crafts, jewelry and hundreds of vendors that come out to show off their goods. Make sure to stroll down to the Dillon Marina and embrace the beauty of the reservoir and the tranquility of the sailboats or get out on the water with a sailboat tour, boat, Kayak or SUP rental.
Dillon is known for its many eateries and micro-breweries. From gourmet holes in the wall such as Café Profusion to street tacos at Tacos Tequilas and steakhouse breweries, Dillon is a gastronomic delight that reveals in authentic fare. Perhaps the best part is that you can top it all off with award-winning craft beer from the Dillon Dam Brewery or Pug Ryan’s before heading over to the regular free concerts at Dillon’s Amphitheatre. From Bluegrass to Jam Bands, Blues & R&B, Dillon’s music line-up is as hot as the sunsets at the Dillon Amphitheater.
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Organized as one of the original Colorado counties, Summit has a total area of 619 square miles (1,600 km2) and about 80% is public land. Terrain is mountainous with elevations ranging from 7,957 feet (2,425 m) at Green Mountain Reservoir to 14,270 feet (4,350 m) at Grays Peak. Come find out why people live longer here than in any other county in the United States. Explore Summit.