Estes Park serves as the primary basecamp for Rocky Mountain National Park and the Roosevelt National Forest. The mountain village of Estes Park offers all the modern amenities you need with the mountain flare and hometown hospitality you’re looking for. Estes Park has a reputation for unique wilderness activities, which means you’ll find the local experts, the right gear and the guided excursions to get both the novice and the pro out exploring. In the summer and fall, camping, hiking, cycling, rock climbing and water sports, such as stand-up paddle boarding and whitewater rafting, are available in Estes Park and nearby areas.
Winter brings snow-covered slopes and cold-weather activities such as snowshoeing, sledding, ice climbing and even backcountry skiing – all in the amazing beauty of real wilderness! Through all seasons the trails and streams beckon adventurers to fly fish, horseback ride, fat-bike and hone their photography skills.
Estes is the business and residential hub for the Estes Valley. It’s a vibrant mountain community and our historic downtown has served the Rocky Mountain visitor and resident for over a century. Most daily living services (medical care, groceries, hardware, banking, library, shopping) are centralized here in Estes Park. A vibrant arts and culture, great restaurants and breweries and the charming RiverWalk make Estes a delightful home.
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