2020 Private Club Guide: Frost Creek

Frost Creek in Vail Valley

FROST CREEK IS a luxury four-season mountain club located three miles up Brush Creek Road outside Eagle, Colorado. The club features a spectacular Tom Weiskopf-designed mountain golf course surrounding a 40,000-square-foot lodge-style clubhouse, 10 mountain-chic member cabins, two member yurts for glamour camping and available custom homesites ranging in size from 1-6+ acres, and, this year, Frost Creek is offering new-construction homes. Frost Creek provides private fly-fishing access on adjacent Brush Creek and in stocked ponds, and more than 25 mountain lifestyle activities including SUP boards, fat-tire bikes and a member Jeep for off-road excursions. It is like a four-season camp for members of all ages.

Founded in 2015, Frost Creek has grown to include more than 250 members. Membership is made up of a great mix of “local” and “national” (anyone who doesn’t own or rent a home in Eagle County) members. The club offers onsite “member cabins” for use when visiting the club. Many national members start in the cabins, fall in love with the property and quickly start looking at real estate.

Frost Creek’s membership is young and energetic and the club’s casual family atmosphere has become one of its core values.

A father and daughter go fishing at Frost Creek

One thing that all Frost Creek members have in common is that they are participants in life, not spectators. Member events are lively and well attended and activities and club offerings are highly utilized. It’s not uncommon to see members at a yoga class in the morning, on the golf course an hour later, and then fly-fishing or paddleboarding in the evening.

Typically, excellent golf outings can be categorized by great courses or great experiences. Tom Weiskopf’s design at Frost Creek is both. The course is magnificent, the greens are immaculate, and the changing seasons make it a different round every time you’re out. Tucked away and secluded from any hustle and bustle, the course has two distinct feels. The front nine is ranch-style with big views and great vistas and the back nine meanders around Brush Creek, perfectly complementing the creek and wetlands. It’s a memorable round every time you play.

Throughout the day Frost Creek’s executive chef and team provide gourmet food and dining options from an ever-evolving Colorado-inspired menu.

What’s New in 2020?

Nestled on 81 acres of land, surrounded by pristine, protected wilderness, awaits an extraordinary living experience. Hunter’s View—Frost Creek’s newest real estate offering—is a thoughtfully designed neighborhood of new construction homes, with direct access to the many year-round activities that both Frost Creek and the surrounding Vail Valley have to offer.

A beautifully constructed home at Frost Creek

Don’t Miss

The opportunity to be part of a mountain club without having to own mountain real estate! Our 10 member cabins and two “glamping” yurts give our National Members the ability to be part of the community without home ownership. Be careful, though. You just might fall in love and stake your own claim to one of our custom homesites.

At a Glance

ADDRESS: 1094 Frost Creek Dr, Eagle

WEBSITE: frostcreek.com



REAL ESTATE: 1-6 acre custom homesites plus new construction homes

MEMBERSHIP AND REAL ESTATE CONTACT: Kakie Holland, 970-455-3072, [email protected]


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This section appeared in the 2020 April issue of Colorado AvidGolfer.

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