Here's what I'd do - wait to see the weather and terrain that's open going into that weekend.
A-Basin, Loveland, Breckenridge, Copper, and Winter Park are going to be open that weekend.
A-Basin & Loveland should be near 100% open are still in the prime of their season. A-Basin and Loveland will tend to have the best snow conditions with the higher elevation and exposure.
Breckenridge, Copper, and Winter Park are going to have "limited" terrain going into that weekend as they start closing down lifts and areas of the mountain due to lack of demand, not necessarily snow. Still plenty of terrain, but should see what they plan to have open that weekend and factor that into your decision.
Should be able to find cheap lodging in Summit County that weekend - probably best to find a reasonable hotel room in Dillon or Silverthorne. There is no reason to drive back down to Denver, you'll be able to find reasonably cheap rooms in the mountains. Consider Breckenridge if you want to wander the town a bit but it will be pretty quiet by then and only if you going to ski there.
I would definetely get a day in at A-Basin for the skiing and the atmosphere on an April weekend. Wildcard is if you want to do the second day at Loveland, Copper, or Breck.