Nestled along the Blue River, surrounded by the majestic high peaks of the Rocky Mountains, and only an hour’s drive from Denver, the Town of Silverthorne offers an outstanding location for businesses of all types and sizes. More and more businesses are finding our riverfront mountain town to be a strategic location for their success.
Silverthorne’s location along Interstate 70, and our close proximity to five of North America’s premier ski resorts, brings an unbeatable demographic to our front door. With more than 10 million vehicles travelling to Silverthorne via Interstate 70 annually, it is truly a “river of revenue” for businesses that locate here.
With abundant shopping and outdoor recreation opportunities, visitors flock to Silverthorne year round. The Outlets at Silverthorne, an upscale regional outlet, is a major guest attraction bringing tens of thousands of customers to Silverthorne annually. In addition to a large visitor base, Silverthorne also enjoys Summit County’s largest population of year-round residents, adding a consistent and valuable customer base for our businesses.
Take a closer look at investing in Silverthorne, and you will see why American City Business Journals ranked the Town as one of the Top 10 micropolitan areas in the country, and why Foreign Direct Investment magazine has named Silverthorne as a “North American City of the Future.”
Small Town. Big Fun.
The town of Dillon, CO. is a small mountain community that is big on fun. Located in the heart of Summit County along the shores of beautiful Dillon Reservoir,(commonly referred to as Lake Dillon) and home to multiple, breathtaking outdoor amenities. The town is known for the having the highest deep-water Marina in North America, The Dillon Amphitheater and for its events line-up including weekly dance nights and FREE weekend concerts as well as for hosting the best Farmers Market in Summit County. Click here for our 2018 summer events line-up.
Dillon is also home to the Summit Historical Society's Schoolhouse Museum and several community parks including, Best of Summit County winner, Marina Park. Tilta-whirls, slides, climbing walls and plenty of picnic space are all part of the fun. The Dillon Pavilion and Town Park are great, outdoor spaces available to rent for weddings or other group get-togethers.
It’s a great place to spend the day whether you’re soaking in the local history, hiking, biking around Lake Dillon, or having fun out on the water. Locals and visitors can enjoy a range of outside activities, entertainment, and adventure in this historic Colorado mountain town.
Want To Get Involved?
The Exit 205 Chapter is looking for business leaders to help develop a working, advocacy role between Silverthorne business and the Town of Silverthorne, and the same for Dillon businesses and the Town of Dillon. It is the goal of the Chapter to have Silverthorne businesses work with the town in promoting their new Arts and Culture plan in a way that fosters business growth for all. The Chapter meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month at Noon, typically in the REI community room, although the location may change so please check the calendar.
If you are interested in participating please reach out to Mike Spry, email@example.com.
Minutes from the Chapter Meetings