Estes Park

Estes Park is located 7,522 feet above sea level, it sits in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Majestic views span in every direction along with the majestic scenes you expect from a Colorado mountain town-gold-medal fishing rivers, iconic peaks, fertile valleys dotted with wildlife-plus one unexpected treasure, a national park Rocky Mountain National Park.
Surrounded by some of the most spectacular scenery in the Rocky Mountains, Estes Park is a popular choice for vacationers throughout the year. The area is known for its diverse variety of watchable wildlife including elk, deer and bighorn sheep. Wild life is so plentiful that elk often wander downtown streets. Visitors spy them and other animals while walking the path around Lake Estes, driving toward the Historic Fall River Hydroplant or touring Estes Park’s last remaining working cattle ranch, MacGregor Ranch.
Exceptional outdoor adventures await both families and enthusiasts. Outdoor adventures run the gamut from hiking to snowshoeing to rock climbing. Rocky Mountain National Park, home to 300 miles of hiking trails within 415 square miles of protected mountain wilds, borders Estes Park at its eastern entrance
Shops, galleries and boutiques line the main street, which has a quaint, small-town ambiance. Exceptional outdoor adventures await both families and enthusiasts. Wildlife sightings, including elk and big horn sheep, are prevalent.
Since the late 1860s, Estes Park has been welcoming guests with spectacular scenery and hospitality to match, offering guests an experience like no other. It has earned awards from TripAdvisor, Colorado Parent, the Weather Channel and many Colorado newspapers.