Photo courtesy of Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce
It’s the 9th annual celebration of Kingdom Days in Breckenridge! It is a weekend of fun for the entire family over the Father’s Day, including gold panning, outhouse races, live music, and lots of free kid activities like face painting, train rides, tumble bubbles, and more.
The celebration reinvents the history of Breckenridge, a mining town founded in 1859 with strolling historical figures who were brave pioneers and explores. The town of Breckenridge was originally left off of some U.S. maps until Tom Groves found a 13.5 pound chunk of gold, the largest found in Colorado. The gold got the government’s attention, recognizing that Breckenridge was its’ own kingdom and needed to be incorporated. The town turns out to celebrate the rich heritage of the booms and busts of the Gold Rush era, where the town was built around gold mining, exploration, and the rugged life of a town that sprung up almost overnight.
Kingdom Days is one of many fun filled celebrations that make the town of Breckenridge so unique. Warm and friendly with a small town feel and an intentional preservation of history make it a joy to be a part of. Though a small town, because Breckenridge is home to some of the best skiing in the world, the town also boasts world class restaurants, unique shops, and fabulous homes and hotels. Breckenridge is also a four season town, with wonderful activities year round, including skiing, trout fishing, biking, hiking, golfing. It is the perfect family vacation, no matter what time of the year.
As a matter of fact, according to Travel and Leisure Magazine, Breckenridge is ranked #7 in the nation as one of America’s favorite towns and one of Colorado’s most celebrated four-season destinations! Does it sound like bragging…. nah…. you voted! And you are, of course, always right. And because the town is so unique, people who visit never want to leave, and look to find ways to make Breckenridge their second home away from home.
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