There's no end to off-slope fun in Red River, from sledding and snow tubing to building snowmen and ice forts. After a hearty dinner in a vintage 1950s-style diner, you're off on a winter constellations hike, a popular family outing. You'll gaze into the dark skies, filled with stars, planets, and distant galaxies, and search for the Big Dipper, Orion's Belt, and other constellations.
Fishing, hiking, chairlift rides, horseback rides, gunfights, Cowboy Evenings, summer tubing, an aerial ropes course, the Pioneer Flyer, and surrey bike rentals. These are few of the fun activities you can enjoy with the kids.
The Red River Community House also offers free family-friendly activities year-round like Movies on the Lawn, Music in the Mountains, “Chill” Teenager and Young Adult Nights, daily hikes, history tours, and more. For a complete list of all of the activities at the Red River Community House click here.
- Ice Fishing
- Cross-country skiing
- Fat biking
- Snowcat Tours
- Torchlight Parade
- Hot Cocoa and s'mores by a fire
Red River Community House
The Community House provides free family fun activities for Red River.read more...
3 to 5 activities each day of the summer including: Aerobics, Boat Building & Races, Chill! Teenage & Young Adult Night, Crafts for Children, Craftsman on the Porch, Drumming Workshops, Family Night, Flower & Nature Walk, Games on the Lawn, Guided Hikes, Indoor Games, Kwahadi Dancers, Line Dancing, Movies on the Lawn Series, Music in the Mountains Concert Series, Painting Workshops, S’mores & Storytelling, Square & Round Dances, Sunday Church & Sing Songs, Weddings, and What to See & Do in Red River Programs.