Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley is an outdoor enthusiast's mecca. From The Tree Farm basecamp, nearly every activity under the sun is within a short distance including alpine and Nordic skiing, mountain and road biking, fly fishing, hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, and multiple watersports. Just minutes from the world-class destinations of Aspen and Snowmass, The Tree Farm community also neighbors two Gold Medal fly fishing rivers and multiple mountain-biking trails. Or, hop on your bike, walk or run on the adjacent 42-mile Rio Grande Trail connecting Glenwood Springs to Aspen. Add in the Kodiak Ski Lake and surrounding paved trail—plus other fun onsite events including live music and community gatherings—and The Tree Farm is an open door to unlimited adventure and play.
The heart of The Tree Farm is Kodiak Ski Lake. Its high-mountain waters make The Tree Farm the only lakeside mixed-use community in the Roaring Fork Valley. Whether you live at The Tree Farm or are visiting for the day, the lake provides an idyllic centerpiece and a true sense of place. Enjoy the tranquil waters or walk the expansive one-mile paved trail along the shoreline. Enhanced by abundant landscaping, 20-acres of open space, a playground and community garden, and public access, the lake shore and path are ideal for anyone looking to bike, stroll with friends, run with their kids in the stroller, or walk their dog and take in the natural beauty. In the winter, between Christmas and late February, the lake is home to Aspen Ice Karting that will let you get sideways and make your heart race! Since 1992, the 14 acres of Kodiak Lake are a half-mile long and designed to be a perfect water skiing venue. For those desiring options, the lake offers wakeboarding and tubing, and stand-up paddleboarding and swimming with memberships and day passes.
Attention: David Marrs
Tree Farm RFV, LLC
401 Tree Farm Dr
Carbondale, CO 81623