1,100 Acres of Endless Adventure Await at Frost Creek
FROST CREEK, A PRIVATE LUXURY GOLF AND MOUNTAIN CLUB located just outside Eagle, Colo., has become a “second home” for many of its National Members, both figuratively and literally speaking. The Club, which is situated around a world-class Tom Weiskopf-designed mountain golf course, has 10 member cabins and two luxury yurts for use by National Members and their guests. Frost Creek also offers a variety of available 1-6 acre homesites for purchase priced from $250,000 to $650,000. Both have made Frost Creek accessible and beloved by out of town members.
Jeff Adams, a Denver-area resident, joined Frost Creek in the summer of 2017. Adams grew up camping and fishing at nearby Sylvan Lake. He knew the Brush Creek Valley where Frost Creek is located and had many fond memories.
“I’ve always loved the area and paid attention as the golf course and infrastructure were built. However, I really started paying attention when Chad Brue bought the club and launched Frost Creek. I liked the vision for the club and friends raved about the course,” Adams said. “Last summer we came up to check it out and I knew I wanted to join the minute we came through the gate.”
The Adams family did join Frost Creek and have utilized the member cabins and yurts several times since. They even visit Frost Creek in the winter and use it as base camp to ski Beaver Creek.
“The boys love ‘camping’ in the yurts, fishing in the stocked ponds, riding bikes, playing golf and hockey and sledding in the winter. They are 10- and 12-years-old, so at a time when they are busy with sports and friends at home, it’s nice to get away to the mountains and spend time at Frost Creek. We are creating new memories in an area I loved as a kid. Frost Creek has become our second home,” Adams said.
Brent and Julie Russell of the Dallas area found Frost Creek in a different way. The Russells, longtime visitors to the Vail Valley, were contemplating a second home in the mountains. “We began actively looking in Beaver Creek, Bachelor Gulch and the Edwards area,” Brent Russell said. “Then we learned about a home being built at Frost Creek and put it on the list without knowing anything about the club. Once we saw the home and learned what Frost Creek was, it was a done deal. We purchased the home and joined in February of 2017.”
The Russells, who have two teenagers, come to Frost Creek often and plan to spend more time at the club in coming years.
“We’ve been here seven or eight times since we joined. Every time we leave, we can’t wait to get back. My son loves fishing, riding the electric fat bikes and all the activities available here. It’s like a luxury summer camp,” Russell said. “The golf course is spectacular and membership is a tremendous value, but more valuable than that are the friendships we’ve created and the great fit Frost Creek has been for my family.”
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Surrounded by thousands of acres of ranch land and protected mountain wilderness, Frost Creek is the perfect haven to get active or get away from it all. Fly fish in pristine rivers, hike and bike scenic trails, tee off for a round on our award-winning golf course and enjoy easy access to everything you have come to expect from the Rocky Mountains. Spacious overnight cabins make membership an affordable alternative to mountain home ownership.
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