Sapphire Point is a day-use area that can be reserved for two-hour blocks for private gatherings. The joy! Sapphire Point is arguably the most popular place to elope in Breckenridge. So, Sapphire Point it was for Jacqui and Shawn's elopement wedding! As it turned out, by booking a Monday evening wedding, Sapphire Point was quieter than we'd anticipated. Sapphire Point Elopement {Ryan & Renee} I’m pretty much dying over these images from Ryan and Renee’s intimate wedding in Breckenridge. More information can be found here . Sapphire Point Overlook sits between Keystone and Breckenridge on Swan Mountain Road, at an elevation of 9,500 feet. It was one of the best elopement locations in Colorado. Thankfully, there are several around Summit County and Colorado. Because Sapphire Point is on a popular hiking trail, there will likely be other visitors nearby, but we find that they are usually very respectful. Sapphire Point is a small, inexpensive wedding venue in Dillon, Colorado for up to 35 wedding guests that overlooks Dillon Reservoir. These permits vary in cost from free to $300, which is still a whole lot cheaper than an entire wedding venue! The pros are the it is close to town with some of the views that Sapphire Point is known. COVID-19 UPDATE: Sapphire Point is closed to new group reservations (including weddings) through 2020. Thomas and Jaye exchanged vows at Sapphire Point overlook with their two best friends (and a few chipmunk wedding crashers) by their side. The flower crown! They are one of the few locations that allows you to choose a specific time and date, most other locations just give you the permit, and you have to cross your fingers that it’s not busy. And the weather for the day was perfect! It is a wide trail, and if you are up for hiking about 5 to 10 minutes, there is an flat open are in which you can stand around for a “rogue” ceremony (it is the blue-colored “u” on the AllTrails map). (If you're not familiar with it, Sapphire Point Overlook is a reservable elopement wedding venue in Breckenridge.) The fall leaves! The fee is currently $110, but this is subject to change. Lake Dillon was glowing in the sun but the mountains were capped in snow, which made for the most beautiful backdrop for their destination elopement in Colorado. Sapphire Point makes things easy. The color! The pumpkins! If you’re looking for an easy access ceremony site that you can reserve for your elopement in the same area, check out nearby Sapphire Point instead. The fee is currently $110, but this is subject to change. The sweet puppy! Sapphire Point is a day-use area and can be reserved for two hours, which makes it perfect for your elopement ceremony and portraits. Sapphire Point. It’s super accessible, so if you have friends or family members who aren’t up to a hardcore hike, it’s a great choice. Now we will have to explore other options. He’s been a very busy man: graduation, residency applications, and planning a move across the country are just a few of the things he recently juggled. Sapphire Point Elopement | Kristin & Josh Josh gazed out over the calm waters of Lake Dillon patiently awaiting his bride, Kristen. We found out recently that Sapphire Point has closed as a Small Wedding Venue until 2021 due to the pandemic. With an easy application to buy a permit for the ceremony site, it’s also the only location on this list that you can reserve for a specific date and time. The two-hour permit costs $110, and can easily be reserved online. Permits for Sapphire Point open up exactly six months in advance at 8:00am Mountain Time. The overlook offers a stunning view of Dillon Reservoir, hemmed in by the Gore and Tenmile mountain ranges.