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Breckenridge Recreation Center - The Center of Breckenridge Fun

breckenridge recreation center coloradoPeople in Summit County love to stay fit, in order to enjoy all of the sports the mountain lifestyle has to offer. So it's no wonder both Silverthorne and Breckenridge have great recreation centers. Both buildings are exquisite and offer amazing views as you work out. Once you pay daily admission, you can get your hand stamped to return later in the day. Punch passes, which offer discounted admission, are also available.

 

The Breckenridge Recreation Center rates General admission: Adult, $15; youth, $7.50; senior, $12; last hour, $5. Thank you!

 

 

Breckenridge Recreation Center Brochure - Fall 2010

Fitness Class Descriptions

If you like to climb, check out the Breckenridge Recreation Center. It offers two indoor climbing walls that cover more than 2,000 square feet. It's a great place for kids to learn with experienced adult supervision, and it has advanced routes for pros. Plus, the routes change frequently.

Other amenities include two tennis courts, two racquetball courts, a gymnasium, a free-weights room, child care, a community room with a kitchen, a running track, a dance studio, a circuit weight area with cardiovascular equipment and massage therapy.

Most classes are free with admission, including Muscle Power - which is all about strengthening and endurance - cycling for a variety of levels, step aerobics combined with kickboxing, dance and strength training, yoga and BodyPUMP, an endurance class where muscle and music collide.

General admission: Adult, $10; youth and seniors, $6; children $5, kids younger than 3, free. Last hour of operation is $5

Hours: 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday; 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday; 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday. Breckenridge Rec Center is open until 10 p.m. from late October through April.

 

 

 

Breckenridge Recreation Department Fall 2010


Table of Contents
Staff and Member Information 2
Breckenridge Recreation Center, Carter Park & Kingdom Park 3
Recreation Center Fees 4
Personal Training, Fitness, & Wellness 5-6 Adult Sports & Events 7 Aquatics 8-10 Toddler/Preschool Programs 11-12 Youth Programs 13-15 Climbing 16-17 Stephen C. West Ice Arena 18-21 Stephen C. West Ice Arena Fees 19 Tennis 22
Gold Run Nordic Center 23
Quick Guide for Parents
Ages 0-4 Boys After School Lacrosse 14
Swim Lessons 9 Breckenridge Mountain Camp 15
Family Gym Time 11 Belay Rides 16
Babies in Motion 11 Private Climbing Lessons 16
Little Learners 11 Cliffhangers 17
Babies in Motion 11 Monday Climbing Club 17
Little Kicks 11 Climbing Team 17
Preschool Pajama Parties 12 Ice Skating Lessons 18-21
Tyke Yoga 12 Hockey & Figure Skating 18-21
Pre-School Tumbling 12
Tennis Lessons and Clinics 22
1, 2, 3 Climb 17
Mighty Mite Climbers 17
Ages 13-17
Ice Skating Lessons 18 & 21
Cardio Camp 5
Mini Mites Hockey 21 Ballroom Sampler 6 Healthy Back 6
Ages 5-12
Winter Conditioning 6 Turkey Shoot 7 Women's Fitness 6 Competitive Swim Team 8 Guitar Lessons 7
Breck Rec Swim Club 8 Knitting Classers 7 Learn-to-Swim 10 Ice Skating 18-21 Parents Night Out 13 Tennis Lessons and Clinics 22-23
Beginner & Advanced Tumbling 13
Taekwondo Youth 13
Guitar Lessons Youth 13
Kookin Kids 13
Tumbling 13
After School Basketball 14
After School Skateboarding 14
Girls After School Lacrosse 14
Member Information
Who is a Member?
A member is anyone who has a current six month, annual, or 25-punch pass at the Recreation Center. For children under 3, the parent must be a member to get the member rate on toddler programs. For children 3 years old and above, the child must hold one of these passes or be included in a family pass to receive the member rate on youth programs.
What do you get for your membership?
. A 10% discount on most Recreation programs including personal training, fitness, wellness, youth programs, aquatics, outdoor recreation
and education. For specific offsite programs, participants must pre-register (online or in person) to receive the discount.
. Access to all facility amenities except tennis courts, child care, climbing wall (if not certified), and ball fields, which require additional fees.
. A variety of drop-in group fitness classes. Schedules change monthly. Please obtain the latest schedule at the front desk or online.
. Fitness area orientation.
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Town of Breckenridge Mission Statement Staff & Member Information
The Town of Breckenridge protects, maintains and enhances our sense of community, historical heritage and alpine environment. We provide leadership and encourage citizen involvement.
Recreation Department Mission Statement
The Breckenridge Recreation Team offers quality programs, facilities, and services that encourage community participation and promote
fun, physical activity, and growth.
Programs Policies & General Info
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The Breckenridge Recreation Department is constantly striving to provide you with the highest quality recreation programs. If you are not completely satisfied, let us know and we will do our best to serve your needs.
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All classes will meet or be conducted at the Breckenridge Recreation Center, Stephen C. West Ice Arena or Gold Run Nordic Center, unless otherwise noted.
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The Breckenridge Recreation Department reserves the right to cancel any activity due to lack of enrollment, inclement weather or causes beyond our control.
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If you have special needs and require assistance to participate in our programs or use our facilities, please contact us at
(970) 453-1734 to make arrangements prior to class start.
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Class confirmations are not mailed out. Assume your class is a "go" unless you are notified.
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Refunds and transfers must be requested 5 working days, excluding weekends, prior to the scheduled start of any activity.
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There is a $3 service charge on refunds requested by the participant and no refunds with less than 5 days notice. There is no service charge if we cancel the activity. Please refer to individual class descriptions for further information regarding refunds and transfer policies, as some classes may differ. Refunds may take 3 to 4 weeks to process.
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No refunds of any programs after one year past a program's start date.
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Program participants who do not have a Center pass may use locker room and shower facilities.
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If additional information or assistance is required, please contact the Breckenridge Recreation Department at (970) 453-1734.
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The consumption of alcohol and/or federally prohibited substances is prohibited while participating in any and all Recreation Department programs or facilities.
Recreation Center Policies
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All guests use the Recreation Center programs and facilities at their own risk.
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Children under 10 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
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We ask that all guests be considerate of other users and visitors in the building. Please dress appropriately and use appropriate language while in the Recreation Center or participating in programs.
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In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we ask that you please be aware of high usage times. These include early morning (before work), early evening (after work), poor weather days and holidays. You may wish to plan your visits accordingly.
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Alcohol is not permitted in the Recreation Center, except during sanctioned/permitted events.
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Private instruction is not permitted in public facilities.
Town Officials and Staff
Breckenridge Town Council Mayor: Dr. John Warner Council Members: Jeffrey Bergeron, Mark Burke, Mike Dudick, Jennifer McAtamney, Eric Mamula, Peter Joyce
Town Officials Town Manager: Tim Gagen Assistant Town Manager: Kate Boniface
Recreation Department Team Director of Recreation: Lynn Zwaagstra Administrative Manager: Jenise Jensen Administrative Coordinator: Lisa Sockett Marketing Coordinator: Helen Cospolich Administration Assistant: Aaron Olthoff Recreation Center Manager: Diane McBride Aquatics Coordinator: Scott Haden Aquatics Supervisor: Chris Hale Guest Services Coordinator: Patt Reyes Guest Services Supervisor: Brian Schaefer Fitness & Facility Coordinator: Vacant Tennis Coordinator: John O'Connor Lead Guest Service Attendants: Pete LaGrange Head Lifeguards: Dorothy Sabo, Todd Stoneberg Programs Manager: Bree Schacht Sports & Special Events Coordinator: Linsey Kach Youth Coordinator: Erin Socks Outdoor Recreation & Education Coordinator: Scott Cline Ice Arena Manager: Kevin Zygulski Ice Arena Guest Service Coordinator: Justin Werth Ice Arena Programs Coordinator: Chris Ruhly Ice Arena Facility Coordinator: Dennis Vander Schaaff Ice Arena Facility Supervisor: Tom Brideau Ice Arena Lead Guest Service Attendants: Ryan Evarts
*Photo Credits: Joe Kusumoto (kusumotophoto.com) and Breckenridge Recreation Department Staff
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Breckenridge Recreation Center, Carter Park & Kingdom Park
Breckenridge Recreation Center
880 Airport Road/PO Box 168 Breckenridge, CO 80424
(970) 453-1734  Located on the north end of Breckenridge, west of Highway 9
Recreation Center Hours of Operation for Summer Season (May 1-October 17): Recreation Center Aquatics Area Hours
Monday - Friday 6am-8pm Monday - Friday 6am-7pm Saturday 7am-8pm Sat & Sun 9am-8pm Sunday 8am-8pm
Recreation Center Hours of Operation for Winter Season
(October 18-April 30)
Recreation Center
Aquatics Area Hours
Monday - Friday 6am-9pm
Monday - Friday 6am-8pm
Saturday
7am-8pm
Sat & Sun
9am-8pm
Sunday
8am-8pm
Holiday Hours:
Date
Day
Time
Labor Day Monday 6:00 am - 6:00 pm Thanksgiving Thursday 6:00 am -3:00 pm Day After Thanksgiving Friday 6:00 am -10:00 pm Christmas Eve Friday 6:00 am - 6:00pm Christmas Day Saturday Closed All Day New Years Eve Friday 6:00am - 6:00pm New Years Day Saturday 10:00am - 6:00pm
Indoor Facilities:
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2 Tennis Courts
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Racquetball/Wally ball Court
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Gymnasium
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2 Rock Climbing/Bouldering Walls
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Free Weights Room
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Child Care Room
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25-yard, 4-lane Lap Swimming Pool with hydraulic lift
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Leisure Pool with Water Slide, Vortex and Kiddie Fountain
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Steam Room, Hot Tub and Sauna
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Running Track
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2 Fitness Studios
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Circuit Weight Area and Cardiovascular Equipment
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Pro Shop
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Family Locker Room
Carter Park Pavilion/Patio
Renting Carter Park & Pavilion For rates and info call (970) 547-3119 or CarterParkInfo@townofbreckenridge.com Located 4 blocks east of Main Street in Breckenridge at the south end of High Street and adjacent to Breckenridge Elementary School
Pavilion/Patio:
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Indoor heated gathering area
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Gas fireplace
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Picnic tables
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Large natural gas grill
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Patio on the southwest end with spectacular views of the Ten Mile Range
Carter Park:
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4 hard tennis courts (2 lighted)
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Playground
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Picnic tables
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Public restrooms
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Sand volleyball
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Pavilion
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Dog park
Facility Rentals Private rentals are available for rooms and amenities at the Breckenridge Recreation Center, Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Carter Park and the Kingdom Fields. Call or visit us online for fee information.
Pass Information
Residency Qualifications: Base: Any person who does not qualify for resident or worker status. Resident/Worker: Any person who works for a business with a current Breckenridge Occupational Licensing Tax (BOLT) license. Proof of worker status is required in the form of pay stub or business card with Breckenridge business and employee's name and address printed on it or a letter from employer on company letterhead. OR a person living in or owning real property within the corporate boundary of Breckenridge. Proof of residency is required in the written form of a property tax receipt, property deed, lease, driver's license, utility bill with pass purchaser's name and physical address printed on it or affidavit.
Explanation of Passes/Cancellation
All passes non-refundable. Daily General Admission includes use of all Recreation Center facilities except tennis courts, and fee-based classes and services. Couple: Two legally married adults or two domestic partners. Family: Two legally married adults or two domestic partners and dependent children.
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Group Rates Save money when you come as a group! If your group has 10 or more people, call the Recreation Center to make your reservation at least two weeks in advance, and bring one total payment on the day you arrive (single check or credit card payment). Call (970)453-1734 for discounted group rates. Recreation Center Fees
Pass:
Adult (18-59)
Senior(60+)
Youth(3-17)
Daily General Admission $10 $8 $5
Includes use of all Rec Center facilities except tennis, child care, fee based programs, classes and rentals
Towel rental $1/towel Racquetball rental $1/racquet Wallyball/Person $3
Visitor 10-Day Pass (non-transferable) $42 $34 $21
6 Punch Pass* (transferable) $48 $38 $24
15 Punch Pass* $110 $110 $75 (Ages 12-17) Child Pass (3-11): $60
Summit 15 Punch Pass available on request, this transferable pass will allow guest access to both the Breckenridge and Silverthorne Recreation Center locations.
Monthly $53 $42 $32
25 Visit Individual Pass* Base $156 $125 $94 Resident $130 $104 $78
This pass is not transferable
6 Months Base $268 $214 $162 Resident $223 $178 $135
1 Year Base $464 $372 $276 Resident $387 $310 $230
*Expires 1 year from date of purchase. Please note: all fees are subject to change.
Pass Add-on:
Towel $12/month (one per visit)
This add-on must run concurrent with a monthly, six-month or year pass type (not included).
Couples/Families Primary family member (must be an adult) pays full price, each additional member receives 25% off. Applies to monthly, 25 punch, 6 month and annual passes. 4

Personal Training, Fitness and Wellness
PERSONAL TRAINING
Is personal training for you? Our team of professional trainers has the skills you need to be successful. Each trainer has a background and education suited to a variety of needs from sports-specific conditioning
to weight loss. Call (970) 453-1734 for more information.
Personal Training Rates:
1 Session
$55
3 Session
$159
6 Sessions
$313
12 Sessions
$580
The above passes are non-transferable.
Private Yoga and Pilates Private Yoga and Pilates is available upon request. Call for rates and available instructors. Body Fat Testing and Consultation Body Fat Testing and Consultation is available upon request. Call to schedule an appointment.
Our Professional Personal Training Staff is here to serve you!
Kasia Smith
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Certified Personal Trainer, American Council on Exercise
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Group Exercise certified
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Teaches many of the Boot Camp classes
Cleve Keller
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B.S., Education for East Stroudsburg University
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Certified Personal Trainer, American Council on Exercise
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Completed Pace� Certification
Chris Hughes
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Certified, Personal Trainer, American Council on Exercise
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2003 Assistant Coach to World Champion USA Power Lifting Master Bench Press Team
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7 years Top Ten National Power Lifter
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7 years USSA Freestyle Skier
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5 years strength and conditioning consultant to US Freestyle Ski Team
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USA Weightlifting Certified Olympic Lifting Coach
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USAW Sports Performance Coach, USAW Club Coach
Marika Page
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NSCA-CSCS, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
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NSCA trainer educator
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Specializing in movement training and correcting muscle imbalance
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Clients span from first-time exercisers to Olympic athletes
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US Rowing national team member, 2005
Diane DeSilva
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Certified Personal Trainer, National Strength and Conditioning Association
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Certified Group Fitness, Yoga, and Cycling Instructor
FITNESS AND WELLNESS CLASSES
The Breckenridge Recreation Center offers a wide variety of fun and exciting group fitness classes taught by nationally certified, motivating instructors. You can participate in two ways:
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Drop-in classes that are included with the purchase of a daily admission or membership.
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Session-based classes that are progressive in nature, running from 4 to 8 weeks. The session-based classes are generally led by the personal trainers and are limited in participants. Sign up early to reserve your space. Contact the Breckenridge Recreation Center for the most current group fitness schedule at (970) 453-1734, or log on to .
DROP-IN GROUP FITNESS CLASSES
A variety of drop-in classes are included in your daily admission or membership including yoga, pilates, cycling, low impact aerobics, water aerobics, kickboxing, endurance and toning, Zumba and the Les Mills class - BODYPUMP�.
Set up Your Own Personal Training Group!
If you are looking for the comfort and convenience of training with your own family or friends and a time and location that suits you, then you may wish to set up your own private, group training session. This is often a very popular option as not only do you have lots of fun with your friends, you will also find yourself more motivated to get out there each week. There is also the added benefit of reducing the cost. Call (970) 453-1734 for more information.
Cardio Camp (Ages 16 & up)
With our exciting Cardio Camp fitness program, you'll accomplish more by 7:30 am than most people do all day! With fun, energizing workouts that change every day, you'll never be bored. You will be on the cutting edge of fitness, and your body will show it! Cardio Camp workouts are efficient because you work your entire body-heart
and muscles--by going from one exercise to another with no rest. Cardio Camp will consist of a combination of cardio, circuit, strength, and agility training in a group workout. A great way to burn lots of calories. Efficient - you work your whole body in a short period of time. Fun - each exercise is different so you don't get bored. Easy to fit in to a busy schedule - You can do it anywhere with little equipment. Days: Tues & Thurs Dates: Sept 7-30
Oct 26-Nov 18 Time: 6:30-7:30am Cost: $60 per session
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NEW!
Ballroom Sampler (Ages 16 & up)
Ballroom Dance Sampler with a different dance every week! Join us this fall to learn four different dances: Sept. 2 -Waltz Sept. 9- Night Club 2 step (NOT the same as Country Two Step) Sept. 16 - Latin Cha Cha Sept. 23 - Swing/Fox Trot Ballroom dance is a style of partner dance which originated in the western world and is now enjoyed both socially and competitively around the globe. Its performance and entertainment aspects are also widely enjoyed on stage, in film, and on television. Come join us on Thursday nights to learn some new dance. All dance levels - come learn some easy new steps! No partner needed -we rotate partners, so everyone gets to dance. This is an opportunity to learn some dance moves for the Dancing with the Stars event in September. Days: Thursdays Dates: September 2-23 Time: 6:45-7:45pm Cost: $44
Healthy Back (Ages 16 & up)
Did you know that according to the ACA (American Chiropractic Association), 31 million Americans experience low back pain at any given time? Are you one of them? This healthy back class teaches you strengthening exercises for your core to help support your back. Stretching and breathing exercises are also incorporated into the program. Let your back pain be a thing of the past! Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays Date: Oct 12-Nov 18 Time: 10-10:45am Cost: $90
Winter Conditioning (Ages 16 & up)
Winter Conditioning will prepare you to handle all of those l