Packages in Estes Park
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Estes Park Vacation Packages
Estes Park Vacation Packages
The population of this Rocky Mountain National Park destination is nearly 6,000.
You'll find this destination approximately 55 miles from the state capital of Colorado. It is also around 5 miles from Historic Estes Park.
If you are staying in the Estes Park area with your family, enjoy all the fun and discoveries at a few of its excellent child-friendly attractions. Let the kid's imaginations fly free at Tiny Town Miniature Golf, the Reel Mountain Theater and the Historic Park Theatre.
Take the family outside and see something new at one of the picturesque urban parks. Lily Lake and Kruger Rock are perfect spots. Stanley Park and Upper Beaver Meadows Trailhead are also worthwhile.
Fall River Visitor Center is one of many visitor centers in the Estes Park area. Some other notable sites are Alpine Visitor Center and Beaver Meadows Entrance Station.
To relax on the waterfront, set out to explore the major lakeside locations. Sky Pond and Chasm View Lake are some of the most visited options. Trout Haven Fishing Pond and Alluvial Fan are some of the other pretty lakes to visit.
To see the wild areas that lend Estes Park its exciting reputation, take a trip to its beautiful natural reserves. A couple of the most visited in the area are Bear Lake Trailhead and Horseshoe Park. Longs Peak and Deer Mountain are a couple more enjoyable places to explore.
Deepen your understanding of the world at one or two of the fascinating cultural institutions here. The Historic Fall River Hydroplant and the Estes Park Museum offer a varied program of exhibits that will be sure to capture your interest. The Aspen and Evergreen Gallery and the Moraine Park Museum are also worth considering.
Among the most visited historic places in this region is the Holzwarth Historical Site. Educational and intriguing, it is well worth a trip. Check out the site, take a photo and read up on some of the events that happened here in times gone by.
To purchase some local fashion and enjoy a light meal, head to Red Rose Rock Shop and Dick's Rock Museum and Stanley Village. Observe the locals out and about while you discover the shops at both of these busy spots.
One of the most acclaimed performing arts venues around Estes Park is the Keythedral Theater. This is a wonderful chance to enjoy the local happenings, so check the entertainment guides to see what shows are scheduled during your stay here.
One of the most popular places for a game of golf in this region is the Estes Park Golf Course. Rent a set of clubs from the pro shop and try to beat the course average, then share a story or two with fellow golf-obsessives in the clubhouse.
Lake Estes Marina and the Estes Park Aerial Tramway can be interesting sights for vacationers in the Estes Park area. Another option worth considering is the Caffe Collage.
Accommodation in Estes Park
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The Stanley Hotel, situated at 333 Wonderview Ave, and The Estes Park Resort, at 1700 Big Thompson Ave, are two nice examples of higer ranking hotels in Estes Park. If you're open to more budget options, the Romantic RiverSong Inn, at 1766 Lower Broadview Rd, and the Aspen Winds on Fall River, at 1051 Fall River Court, are worth checking out also.