Welcome to Estes Park
Estes Park is a great place to get away from it all. Rocky Mountain National Park alone is worth going to Estes Park for, the scenery is undescribable. It really is paradise.
If youír into biking, hiking, fishing, camping this is the place for you. Estes Park sits at 7,522 feet above sea level and offers an experience youíll never forget.
With Longs Peak calling your name in the back ground you canít help but want to get involved.
Map and Satellite Image from WikiMapia of Estes Park Area
Where to stay in Estes Park
This historic hotel was built in 1909 perched above the town of Estes Park. This hotel has a fine dining restaurant, bar/lounge, and outdoor swimming pool. You can take a history and ghost tour of this historic hotel. Jeff and I have stayed here, I wanted to see a ghost, it was really fun but we didnít spot or hear one ghost.
(Youíre not afraid of a little ghost are ya?)
Bighorn Mountain Lodge
This lodge is just north of Lake Estes. Includes 39 recently remodeled motel rooms This Lodge has an outdoor hot tub, heated swimming pool and a Complimentary Continental breakfast. This lodge cannot accommodate pets. I found this to be one of the less expensive but nice places in Estes Park.
Holiday Inn Rocky Mountain Park Hotel
This Hotel is one of the newer hotels in Estes Park. They are only three blocks from downtown. They have a large indoor pool, whirlpool and when you get hungry theirs Longz Mountain Grill & Lounge. There is also horseback riding not too far from this hotel and itís really fun. (Have Fun!)
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