Faqs

  • 1) Where is the Colorado Adventure Park located?

    Answer:
    The CAP is located at 566 County Road 721 (the Fraser Parkway), next to Fraser, Colorado.
    Traveling from Denver, take I-70 west to Exit 232 onto Highway 40. Pass the Winter Park Ski Resort and continue through the Town of Winter Park.
    At the stoplight in Fraser by Safeway, turn left onto County Road 72. After the railroad underpass, STAY RIGHT. The Adventure Park is on the left at the bottom of the hill.

     

  • 2) Where can I park?

    Answer: 
    We have a large parking lot with lots of available space for Cars, Trucks, Buses and Vans at our Warming Hut located at the bottom of the hill.

     

  • 3) Does the CAP accept credit cards, cash and checks?

    Answer:
    The CAP accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover. At this time, we do not accept checks

     

  • 4) Does the CAP offer a group discount?

    Answer:
    Yes. Please call for all the details.

     

  • 5) Does the CAP host parties and groups?

    Answer:
    Yes. Please call for all the details.

     

  • 6) What should I wear and bring with me?

    Answer:
    Be sure to wear warm, waterproof clothing; snow pants, coat, mittens, and boots. Bring goggles or sunglasses to protect your eyes and sunscreen and Chap Stick to protect your skin. Helmets are required. You are welcome to bring your own, or rent one of ours.

     

  • 7) Does the CAP have restrooms?

    Answer:
    Yes, we have large, clean restrooms that are easily accessible for all participants.

     

  • 8) Where do you suggest we eat?

    Answer:
    For a quick snack on the go, stop by the new Winter Park Market. They offer local items, gluten-free foods, high altitude roasted coffee, and a variety of traditional groceries and snacks ( winterparkmarket.com or 970-726-4704).
    Hernando’s Pizza (hernandospizzapub.com) is great for dinner with the family.

    Azteca Mexican Restaurant (970-726-4145) has a fantastic authentic Mexican cuisine and a great atmosphere for the whole family and is great for the budget. Be sure to check out the Margarita fish-bowls!

    Fontenot’s (fontenotswp.com) has wonderful Cajun-american cuisine.

    Gasthaus Eichler (gasthauseichler.com) has an upscale atmosphere with traditional German food.

     

  • 9) How can I get there?

    Answer:
    From the Amtrack train station in Fraser?
    We are located about one mile from the train station. It is very walkable, but give us a call and we will get you taxi. For a large group, we can definitely coordinate transportation for you.
    From the Winter Park Ski Resort? 
    We are located about 8 miles from the resort. We recommend the following options:

    1.  The Free Town Resort Shuttle has lots of stops throughout the Towns of Winter Park and Fraser (times and routes subject to change)
    2.  From the Winter Park Ski Resort take the Black Line to the Fraser Valley Center (Alco)
    3.  We are located a few hundred yards from the bus stop in the Meadow
    4.  Walk under the Railroad underpass and STAY RIGHT
    5.  We are located at the bottom of the hill at the Warming Hut
    6.  Let us call you a taxi.
    7.  For a large group, we can definitely coordinate transportation for you.

     

  • 10) Do I need a reservation?

    Answer:
    Reservations are not necessary, but are recommended for parties over 15 participants. Please call 970-726-5779 or 970-726-8600.  We can also coordinate reservations by emailing info@coloradoadventurepark.com.

     

  • 11) Grand Pass Non-Profit

    Answer:
    With a Grand Pass you will be able to utilize the pass for one hour of free Tubing. To purchase a pass and do see what other benefits the Grand Pass has to offer please visit, www.grandfoundation.com

     

  • 12) How old do you have to be to participate?

    Answer:
    Tubing Participants must be 3 years or older to participate in snow tubing.Children under 3 years of age are welcome to sled for free on the mini-hill.Snow Scoot participants must be ages 6-13.

     

  • 13) Places to Stay

    Answer:
    Fraser
    Meadow Ridge Resort
    The Pinnacle Lodge
    Whistle Stop Bead and Breakfast
    Anna Leah Bed and Breakfast
    Winter Park 
    Vacations, Inc
    Hi Country Haus
    Americas Best Value Inn
    Best Western
    Alpenglo Lodge

     

  • 14) If we’re looking for a home or rental who do you suggest we contact?

    Answer:
    Century 21-Winter Park Real Estate (c21winterpark.com or 970-722-2121) features beautiful properties such as;
    Grand Park (grandparkco.com or 970-726-8700), a master planned resort community, and
    Cozens Pointe condominiums (cozenspointe.com) which have spectacular views of the Byers Peak.
    Vacation, Inc offers a variety of rental needs throughout Winter Park and the Fraser Valley.

     

  • 15) Are you open in the summer?

    Answer:
    The CAP is currently developing summer programs for the 2015 summer season.

     

  • 16) When do you open for the season?

    Answer:
    We opened for the 2014/2015 season on November 26, 20014.

    As we plan to always operate our normal business hours 7 days a week 10AM to 10PM but it never hurts to call ahead 970-726-5779 as snow conditions change.

    We look forward to seeing you on the hill!

     

  • 17) Concessions

     Answer:

    We offer a wide variety of snacks and drinks at the warming hut. We also be hot coco and coffee for those cold winter days.  For the adults we offer beer and wine as well!

     

Concessions & More

  • Beer
  • Wine
  • Smores Kits
  • Magic Carpet Conveyer Lift
  • And More!

Safety

Anyone under the age of 18 is required to wear a helmet. Over 18, helmets are optional.

Friends of CAP

Grand Park Century 21 Winter Park Market Icebox Liquors Vacations, Inc Valley Taxi Grand FoundationWinter Park Chamber of Commerce Grand County Tourism Board/ Grand County Business & Economic Development Association US Family Guide Colorado Kids Grand County Kids Discover Colorado Dog Sled Rides