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Estes Park

About the town

Known as being the base to the Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park is a mountain town that is safe and fun to visit. This town provides you with easy access to the outdoors, so you can spot beavers, coyotes, raccoons, moose and bears in their natural habitat. There's always an event or activity going on in town, so stay at our RV park and visit the nearby town today!
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Bring home a fun souvenir from one of Estes Park's shops. You can check out shops and stores like:

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Because Estes Park is so close to Rocky Mountain National Park, you can hike and bike whenever you like while visiting there. Some of the popular hikes to do in the area include:

  • Lumpy Ridge Trailhead - moderate, 1.4 miles
  • Sprague Lake Trail - easy, .8 miles
  • Emerald Lake Trail - moderate, 3.3 miles
  • Chasm Lake - hard, 9.4 miles
  • Alberta Falls Trail - easy, 1.6 miles
  • Bear Lake Nature Trail - easy, .7 miles
  • Lily Lake Trail - easy, .8 miles
  • Longs Peak - hard, 14 miles

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Visit Lake Estes, Mary's Lake, Fish Creek and Fall River can be great places to fish right in town. Try your hand at catching rainbow trout, brown trout, sockeye salmon and cutthroat trout in Lake Estes. Or head to the Rocky Mountain National Park to see if you can catch something in the various lakes scattered throughout the park. Just make sure to bring your fishing license!
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Go for a round of golf at the various golf courses scattered around Estes Park. These highly maintained and well-serviced golf courses can be great to try:

Enjoy the wonderful grass under your feet and views of the nearby mountains as you get that hole in one. 
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Riding a trolley

Estes Park Trolleys offers a trolley tour to give you a close-up view of the town and Rocky Mountain National Park. Bring your camera to take some great landscape and family photos. The guides on the trolley tour are knowledgeable about the area and are willing to answer any questions you have about Estes Park. Visitors love taking the trolley because it provides a unique mode of transportation to get a tour of the area.
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Hot Springs

Looking for a soothing, warm place to relax? Head to the many hot springs near Estes Park. Our favorites are:

  • Sulphur Springs
  • Strawberry Park Hot Springs
  • Old Town Hot Springs

You may have to take a day trip to get to these springs. They will most likely charge a fee.
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Attend an event going on in the area to spend time with the locals. Play fun games, listen to live music and more with thanks to the many businesses of Estes Park.

Some upcoming events include:
  • Live music at Owls Steakhouse
  • Bingo night at Rock Cut Brewing Company
  • Estes Park Rotary Duck Race
  • Pints for Pints Blood Drive
  • Tuesday Trivia Night

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Stay with us

Stay at our RV park in Colorado to experience the fun events and attractions of Estes Park today.