Life In Rendezvous

RENDEZVOUS IS TRAILSIDE LIVING AT ITS BEST

Miles of trails flow throughout the community, with links to Rocky Mountain National Forest trails and the Grand County trail system. Trails vast and diverse, for all ages, all abilities…

…for nature hikes or a wild mountain bike ride
….for easy treks with kids
….for mountain meadow treks to view our resident moose and elk
….for winter fun, groomed trails so you can cross country ski or skate
….and year-round, for the Rendezvous Trailside Wellness program to maintain a vital body, mind and soul.

Details on this exceptional Rendezvous offering that’s available to all for free.

Activities in Rendezvous

  • Hiking
  • Mountain biking
  • Fly fishing
  • Pond fishing
  • Nature walks
  • Bridge sitting
  • River rush sound-enhanced sleeping
  • Skipping stones
  • Picnics
  • Wildflower photographing
  • Toe dipping in streams
  • Cloud shape imaginative art

Winter

  • Snowshoeing
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Sledding
  • Skating
  • Back country skiing
  • Snowman building
  • Snow-angel making
  • Campfire warming

MARY’S POND

Named after Mary Cozens, wife of explorer and the first developer of the Rendezvous property, Billy Cozens, Mary’s Pond is the crowning jewel of Rendezvous.

This stunning pond welcomes Rendezvous residents with its majestic beauty and mirrored reflection of surrounding mountain peaks.

Our pond isn’t just for looks – stocked with fish in the summer, you and your family can fish any time, day or night. A charming bridge and picnic tables along the shoreline give you places to sit and enjoy the beautyand serenity of Mary’s Pond.

WILD LIFE

Wildlife abounds in Rendezvous! Seek and ye shall find – all of the creatures listed below.

• Deer
• Elk
• Moose
• Bear
• Fox
• Otters

Look for baby fox faces peeking through the openings in the rock walls that line Pioneer Trail road; that’s their basecamp.

Our moose like to hang out in or around the upper meadows. As for the bear, well, be careful, as they like to try to raid the dumpsters. But typically they run away when they see our Rendezvous humans.

You’ll meet up with elk and deer when you travel our trails or catch a glimpse of them through the trees when driving on Pioneer Trail. The otters and beavers play in the streams and ponds and can best be seen at dusk.

Activities in Grand County

  • Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Downhill skiing at Winter Park, Mary Jane, Granby Ranch
  • Golf at Grand Elk, Pole Creek, Granby Ranch
  • Fly fishing on the Colorado or Fraser Rivers
  • Boating, kayaking and watersports on Lake Granby or Grand Lake

Rendezvous Homeowners Association

Bundle of perks without the expected price tag

Our HOA dues are among the lowest of all Grand County resorts, and most affordable by far when compared to resorts around Colorado.

The Town of Fraser takes care of snow removal for the main roads. This service saves significant fees for Rendezvous residents. When a particular Rendezvous cul-de-sac or street requires private snow removal, because it’s on a very limited scale, the cost is very affordable. Allegiant Management Company manages our HOA. They are a local firm that provides exceptional hands-on management.

Your dues cover the following bundle of perks.

  • Snow removal and road/street maintenance for those roads/streets not maintained by the Town of Fraser
  • Trash removal from community dumpsters, conveniently placed throughout the community
  • Club Rendezvous space and ski storage management and maintenance Rendezvous Shuttle service
  • Maintenance and grooming of trails
  • Mary’s Pond maintenance and stocking of fish
  • Preferred status and discounts Grand Elk Golf Course
  • Homeowner Summer Picnic (typically on 4th of July weekend)
  • Homeowner Potluck Event in December at Club Rendezvous

Allegiant Management Company

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