Resort sitters is a perfect way for you to relax and unwind if you fancy an evening or night in town or a day without the kids.
They offer a babysitting service day or night (for 1 day or multiple days) all around Summit County (which includes Breck and Keystone), Vail Valley (Vail and Beaver Creek & its surrounding villages) and Steamboat Springs.
Babysitters come CPR certified, background checked and are all at least 21 years of age, ensuring your children are in the best of hands. They are used to international travellers, and bring age appropriate activities for your young ones to enjoy and can take them on trips too - making sure they stay entertained, allowing you to let your hair down and relax. And if you want any unbiased advice on services in the area, these locals are your best bet!
p.o box 7399, Breckenridge, CO 80424 USA
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For those with young children looking to get away for a bit of alone time on the slopes or in the town during their holiday, Breckenridge Child Care is a great option. With three sites, one at the base of Peak 8, one in the Village Plaza and one in Beaver Run, getting here couldn’t be more convenient. With children being grouped in age categories from 8 weeks to 5 years, all groups include a peanut free, healthy lunch with snacks and juice or milk, allowing you to leave your kids in the safe hands of professionals to get some you time.
1599 Summit County Road 3, Breckenridge, CO 80424 USA
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Breckenridge day and evening care plus snow ski schools and babysitting.
Breckenridge has two day care facilities, with the children's Centre at Peak 8 able to take kids from age two months through to age five. At Peak 9 the Centre caters for kids aged three to five. For infant and toddler care (age two months to three years) parents are expected to bring diapers/nappys, wipes, bottles, cream, a clothes change and food for babies aged less than one (the North American norm). All parents are issued with pagers at check in. Child care for ages 2 to 5 for non-skiing kids still incorporates a snowplay scheme along with indoor activities and parents are expected to bring along appropriate outdoor clothing, along with a clothes change, snow boots, goggles and sunglasses. On-snow lessons for kids start from age three and are based at both Peak 8 and the Village base areas. Children aged three to five can be signed in for full day-care including two hours on snow in the morning, and a further two hours in the afternoon. The next age group is 6 to 12 and then ten programs run to age 17. For snowboarding lessons are offered from age 8 to 12, with teen classes also offered. The 'Teen alternative Program' is offered over holiday periods.
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