Hear ye! Hear ye! Come hither, one and all to a feast fit for kings and queens.
Foster ye belly with our medieval delights. Family fun for all. Tis most splendid, indeed!

Details: Saturday Jan. 14, Feb. 4, Feb. 18, March 3 and March 17 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm *Reservations are required for this activity. (970) 496-4386


The King’s Feast

Presented at the Summit House, Served Buffet Style


Assorted Fresh Breads, Crackers, Cheeses and Fresh Fruit

Tossed Salad of Romaine lettuce, carrots, red onion, hardboiled egg and cherry tomatoes

Balsamic vinaigrette or ranch dressing

Ranch, croutons, romaine

First Act:

Mini Baked Potato Bar, served with all the fixings

Baked Macaroni and Cheese

Green Beans tossed in crispy bacon morsels

Main Event:

Chicken Tenders

Chicken Drumettes

Slow cooked Pork Ribs

Chef Carved Special


Cookies, Brownie Bites and Blackberry Cobbler


Soda, Lemonade and Water Included

Milk, Juice, Beer, Wine and Liquor available for separate purchase


Upon arrival, kids can choose one craft item from a variety of design your own knight, prince

or princess accessories. Check out the art studio located in the Founder’s dining room, full of

beads, feathers, jewels and more! Make sure to check out the snow castle in your new royal



Adults $25

Children and Young Adults 7-15 $18

Kids 6 and under, 1 free per paying adult, $5 each additional child

Foot passenger ticket included for guests with reservations, please check in with Mountain

Guest Services across from the River Run Gondola to receive your ticket.

Prices include one craft station creation per child

Reservations Preferred, Please call Activities and Dining to reserve a table at 970-496-4FUN

*Prices do not include taxes, surcharges or gratuities

All prices subject to 5.9% resort fee, 3% USFS fee, state and federal taxes



disclosure: this post is part of a sponsored campaign with Keystone resorts. Any opinions are mine and honest. 



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