Is Estes Park in the Rockies? That depends. If you’re asking about the mountain range that runs 3,000 miles from New Mexico to British Columbia, then yes. If you’re asking about the National Park, the answer is: almost. This town occupies a convenient little valley surrounded by majestic mountains just outside the park boundaries. Peer up at Prospect, Castle, Olympus, Deer, and other mountains from Estes Lake, or spend just minutes in the car before hiking them. Most travelers come her for the views and the adventure, but when things quiet down in the off season, locals enjoy the town’s other attractions right outside their front doors. You can, too, when you stay at our Estes Park vacation rentals.
Imagine waking up to snow-capped mountains partially hidden behind a swirl of steam coming off your morning cuppa. Here, you don’t have to imagine. This is how many locals start their days: from the comfort of their own mountain-view balconies. You can too when you stay at Blue Door Inn. Kind of makes you wonder what it was like to live in the valley before the lodges and restaurants were built, doesn’t it? You can catch a glimpse of that, too, at the Estes Park Museum across the lake.
Have you ever spotted an elk, mule deer, or bighorn sheep stroll down the main street of your home town? The good folks who live year-round in Estes Park have. Around here, cars brake for wildlife as drivers get up-close views of nature’s mountain dwellers. If you come during the busy season, don’t worry. You can still catch glimpses of them at the local fine arts galleries, just down the street from Estes Park Village Inn.
Whether you like your wildlife painted or, well, live, Travelocity’s Estes Park vacation rentals are the best way to enjoy them like a local. Book your stay with our price guarantee today!