As a company, we’re dedicated to helping our communities be a more vibrant community through giving, in-kind donations, partnerships and volunteering. Some of local sponsorships include Backstage Theater, National Repertoire Orchestra, the Breckenridge Music Festival, the Summit Foundation, our county schools athletics programs, the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center, and the Town of Breckenridge. 

Some of our national organization support goes toward Wounded Warrior programs, and the Hartford Ski Spectacular that has been coming to Beaver Run for over 20 years.

In addition to Beaver Run as a company giving back to our communities, we have also set up an employee gives program that contributes to the Summit Foundation.

Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center take tremendous pride in our community and we are pleased to see continuing support in these areas that are making Summit County an increasingly desirable place to live, work, play and raise a family.

National Forest Foundation Program Begins at Beaver Run August 1, 2014

Summit County Colorado is one of the most popular recreation destinations in the country – hosting...

National Forest Foundation Program Begins at Beaver Run August 1, 2014

Summit County Colorado is one of the most popular recreation destinations in the country – hosting well over 4 million user days per year. Visitors enjoy skiing, hiking, biking, camping, and fishing in Summit County’s spectacular landscapes.

When these visitors pitch tents, head out on hikes and bike rides, hit the slopes, cast a fly, or simply enjoy a drive, they are likely within the borders of the surrounding White River National Forest. This incredible National Forest contains eight Wilderness areas, twelve ski resorts, four major reservoirs, ten peaks above 14,000 feet, 2,500 miles of trails and 1,900 miles of Forest Service roads.

All this visitation takes its toll on the Forest. That’s why Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center has partnered with the National Forest Foundation’s Summit Fund to provide our guests an opportunity to give back to the Forest that provides such amazing recreation opportunities, clean air and water, and a lifetime of memories. The National Forest Foundation pools contributions from businesses that operate in Summit County and then grants those funds to local conservation organizations which complete prioritized restoration projects that improve the Dillon Ranger District of the Forest.

Funds go towards projects that maintain and restore areas of the Forest that help sustain the local economy, improve wildlife habitat, restore watersheds, and maintain and repair recreational infrastructure. In 2014 and 2015, funds will be dedicated to the Dillon Ranger District’s Upper Swan River Watershed Landscape Restoration Project. This project will comprehensively restore the Upper Swan River Watershed by restoring riparian vegetation and instream habitat for native cutthroat trout, addressing water quality issues, improving trails, and creating a more resilient forest.

Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center is excited to be working with the National Forest Foundation, area businesses, and the White River National Forest to help support the health of this incredible landscape for the residents and visitors who enjoy the White River National Forest. Learn more about the National Forest Foundation and the Summit Fund at