With the arrival of spring we’re looking forward to warm afternoons and spending significantly more time outside!

Here are a few updates regarding the upcoming events around property:

  • We’re thrilled to announce that our Assistant Engineering Manager, Rich Marchiori, has been nominated for an American Resort Development Association (ARDA) Gold Award, under the Maintenance Team Member/Manager category! ARDA holds an annual conference every April and this year we will be cheering for Rick as he represents our company at this prestigious event. Rick is a great asset to our engineering team and we’re proud to have him represent our company at this huge event!
  • The Owner Party, also affectionately referred to as the Guest Reception is moving to Sundays, in an effort to accommodate all of our guests. We’re hoping this will provide you with plenty of time to settle in and to start discussing the various activities you plan on partaking in while in Breckenridge. To ensure you get the most out of your time our knowledgeable Activities Coordinators will be joining each party to discuss the various onsite activities scheduled for the week.
  • This April marks the seventh year that Grand Timber Lodge will be an active supporter of the Wounded Warrior Family Ski Week. By partnering with Wounded Warrior Family Adventures we are able to provide ten families with a life changing vacation. While in Breckenridge the WWFA organizes family activities, meals, lodging, transportation and counseling sessions at no charge to the disabled veterans and their families. In addition, each family will also participate in Family Ski Week, a long-standing program organized with the help of the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center. For this week each family will receive one-on-one adaptive ski and snowboard lessons.
  • Lastly, we would like to thank our extremely generous owners who have donated their owner week to this incredible program. If you are interested in learning more about the Wounded Warrior Family Adventures program please visit woundedwarriorfamilyadventures.com.  If you are interested in donating lodging for this program or one of the other charities we work with please contact our Owner Relations team at (877) 453-4440.

We’re here to help so please contact us with any questions you may have!

Property Updates:

  • We repainted the lobby a tame green/grey that we believe to be more welcoming and inviting.
  • Our new shuttle arrived and we are eagerly anticipating wrapping it with our new Grand Timber artwork.
  • We are proud to announce our new partnership with ZENTS. ZENTS is a Boulder based company that we have partnered with for all of our spa products company-wide as well as our in room toiletries.  We chose ZENTS as their business values fall in line with our commitment to the environment.  Their facilities are powered with 100% wind energy, they print on recyclable boxes with soy inks, and buy from local vendors to minimize their carbon footprint.  In addition, their products are made with only the purest ingredients, avoiding all parabens and other harsh chemicals.

Michelle Ellis
Grand Timber Lodge Assistant General Manager


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    • Breckenridge Grand Vacations says:

      The Grand Timber HOA Board members have made the decision of no pets. If you feel strongly about this we would recommend sending an email or letter about your request. If you would like contact information for the GTL HOA Board please let us know and we will pass that information along.

  1. Marcella Torres says:

    When we bought out timeshare, we explained my husband has to bring his medical alert dog. We are staying a week at Grand Timber where we have seen dogs and medical use dogs.

    Are you saying we can’t bring my husbands medical alert dog?

    Marcella Torres

    • Breckenridge Grand Vacations says:

      Any dogs used for medical or special needs will always be allowed on property. No dogs simply applies to owners wanting to bring their pets.

  2. Randy Deaver says:

    One of the main reasons we purchased a timeshare at Grand Timber was the no pets policy. Would not like to see this policy changed. Definitely understand the service dogs being on the property, but don’t see a need for the family pet to be using this well-maintained property.

  3. Lisa Moreno says:

    I have to agree with Randy Deaver. Only allowing service dogs would be our preference. Some people have pet allergies and all though the cleaning crew does a great job at cleaning the units, anyone who has pets knows it’s impossible to get all pet hair from carpet, bedding and couches.

  4. Jennifer Bruen says:

    Many people own dogs in Colorado, and elsewhere, this is a family place. well behaved dogs should be allowed except at the pool.

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