Greetings, Breckenridge Grand Vacations owners! We want to remind you that the 2017 HOA billing will be sent out by our payment processing vendor, Concord Servicing Corporation, in early January 2017, with a due date of March 1, 2017.

In order for you to receive your billing successfully, please ensure that you have provided any address change information to the Breckenridge Grand Vacations Owner Relations department, which can be reached Monday through Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MT, by calling 877.453.4440.

The BGV Accounts Receivable Management department is now providing service to our owners regarding both HOA dues obligations and loan obligations. We can be reached, in order to manage billing questions, payment processing, and other related needs, by calling 888.783.8883 ext. 3048, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MT.

Thank you for being a part of the Breckenridge Grand Vacations family!

Halloween in a mountain town can be spectacularly spooky. With haunted houses, paranormal tours, pumpkin carving and more there are eerie entertainment options that will leave any member of the family checking for ghosts. Get into the spirit by making spooky masks, trick-or-treating or making yourself a creepy cocktail. Bring your favorite costumes up with […]

While the seasons are rolling forward, it’s fun to take a look back at all the memories you made this summer. Below are a few of the many Grand memories made on vacation this summer in Breckenridge. We look forward to all the memories that are yet to be made.

Fall is the season that you look forward to all year and then suddenly disappears to blankets of snow. We want to enjoy every leaf turning, wear our scarves and enjoy the taste and smells of pumpkin more often. While we can’t make fall longer, we can squeeze every ounce of enjoyment out of it.


Oktoberfest draws crowds from all over the country and there is a reason why. It is an amazing event! Main Street is filled with beer, dancing, lederhosen and cheer. Make sure you bring all the right items to have a good time. Viel Vergnügen!

CASH: Cash is king at Oktoberfest. All food vendors are cash only. If you forget to grab cash there are a few ATM’s located off Main Street. Right before the stairs going down to Downstairs at Eric’s and inside the Welcome Center are the two closest ATM’s to Main Street.

A STEIN: No Oktoberfest is complete without a stein. Bring one from home or purchase one. If you opt to purchase one there are two sizes, a liter stein (takes two beers to fill) and half liter stein (takes one beer to fill). Not a beer drinker, no worries, there are wine and gluten free beer tents.  You can purchase your stein at multiple tents during the event.

LEDERHOSEN: If you are going to act the part you might as well dress the part. Dust off your lederhosen or dirndl and wear them with pride. Don’t have one, don’t worry, there are plenty of vendors looking to help you add some traditional German outfits to your wardrobe.

GERMAN: You will want to brush up on your German before arriving. You may even want to practice raising your glass and yelling PROST with family and friends prior to arrival. This German salutation will be the most used phrase of your entire weekend…if it isn’t you may be doing something wrong.

APPETITE: Pretzel necklaces, schnitzel and sausage will be taking over Main Street. There are more food vendors than you can imagine and you will want to leave room for all these delicious treats!

A GREAT ATTITUDE: Oktoberfest is what you make it. If you are looking to have an amazing day, that is what you will have. This event only happens every 365 days, so put any problems on the back-burner and get ready to leave saying “Ich hatte viel Spass gehabt!”

CAMERA: It isn’t every day that you and your friends will be wearing lederhosen, pretzel necklaces, holding your steins in the air and yelling Prost, so you will want to capture these memories. There will be plenty of fellow Oktoberfest lovers to help take group pictures for you, just remember to return the favor.

DANCING SHOES: With traditional polka music filling the air, you may find your toes starting to tap. Head on over the Riverwalk Plaza and join in with the Oompah dancers! Live music will be taking place throughout the course of the day.

For a full Oktoberfest schedule go here. We hope you all have a wonderful and safe Oktoberfest. Prost!

IMG_1172There is nothing quite like a family vacation. Time for everyone to get out of their normal routine and spend quality time with one another. Time to explore, try new foods, see new sights, and most importantly, make memories that you can look back on for years to come.

But what happens when one activity doesn’t work for all, or Mom and Dad want to have a night out alone? You can’t leave your kids alone at the resort. They shouldn’t be allowed to wander about town. So who will watch them? One of the services below is the solution to your problem!



Breckenridge Ski Resort offers a daycare service for the little ones while you get out on the hill. This is perfect if your kids are too little to ski, if you aren’t ready to send them to ski school, or if you are looking to spend a day tackling more difficult terrain.

Open seven days a week from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., the daycare service will allow you to get in all the runs your heart desires. There are three locations, so make sure to pick the location that will be closest to your lodging or where you plan to spend the day skiing.

  • Peak 8 Child Care Center is located at the Peak 8 base area behind the top Gondola terminal. For Grand Lodge on Peak 7 owners, this is the closest center to you. It takes children ages eight weeks to 5 years old.
  • Village Child Care Center is located in the Village Plaza near the Quicksilver chairlift. The Village center takes children ages eight weeks to 5 years old.
  • Beaver Run Child Care Center is located next to Beaver Run Resort and the Beaver Run Superchair. For Grand Timber Lodge owners, this is the closest center to you. This center takes infants and toddlers ages eight weeks to 3 years old.



If you are looking for a service that will come to you, there are a few options:

  • Mountain Sitters, LLC has experienced and reliable babysitters who can watch your children for days, evenings, and nights. The sitters will bring along age-appropriate activities or you can provide some for them. Rates are based on number of children, length of time, and dates. Advance notice is appreciated but not required.
  • and both provide lists of possible sitters for your needs. Simply browse the profiles, find a sitter who will meet your needs, and then contact them about watching your children.



If you don’t own appropriate equipment to take the little one on your adventure, look at renting some gear to help you out.

  • MountainTot rents strollers and hiking backpacks. Either of these options could help you bring your kid/s along and keep making those memories.