it's cabin time™ in Estes Park
Estes Park, CO cabins are right at the heart of the Rocky Mountain National Park and only 70 miles from Denver. This majestic mountain town has rivers for fishing, valleys for spotting unique wildlife, and a national park that is home to 300 miles of hiking and exploration opportunities. Outdoor adventures surrounding the Estes Park cabins include hiking, snowshoeing, rock climbing, fly fishing, and more. Estes Park is known for its unique wilderness activities that include wildlife tours at Wildside 4x4 Tours and Green Jeep Tours, or Rocky Mountain Conservancy which provides both classes and tours. There is also plenty of wildlife to encounter like the elk that find themselves in the downtown Estes Park streets.
Start at the Estes Park Visitor Center, and walk along the Estes Park Riverwalk that follows the Big Thompson/Fall River and goes through Downtown Estes Park. Downtown Estes Park is open year-round and is filled with many attractions. You can tour historic areas, shop the local Colorado merchants, or dine either casually or for special occasions within the Downtown Estes Park area. The Riverwalk is also lined with plenty of benches to sit and gaze upon the surrounding beauty of Estes Park. A few of the restaurants open year-round by the Estes Park cabins include Twin Owls Steakhouse, Peppers Mexican Grill, Hunter’s Chophouse, and more. Interested in trying buffalo, elk or yak? The Grubsteak Restaurant is located in the downtown Estes Park building and has some of the “best burgers in town” and wild game steak for those who want to try something new. Another activity in downtown Estes Park includes shopping a variety of 300 shops that contain locally made items that are unique to the Estes Park Valley and region.
Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the most popular and commonly visited national parks in the US. The mountains have more than 100 peaks that are above 11,000 feet like the Longs Peak that sits at 14,259 feet in altitude. The Estes Valley is located within these majestic mountains which allow guests of the Estes Park cabins to easily gaze at the beauty of the Rocky Mountains. The park’s vistas are easily accessible by either car, foot, or even horseback. In either the morning or late evening, guests can stop at Horseshoe Park to listen and spot the Elk activity in the Estes Park area.
Whether you visit in the summer or winter months, there are plenty of outdoor activities to do unique to the season so book your stay at one of our Estes Park cabins then discover all the many possibilities in the area.
• Rocky Mountain National Park
• Rocky Mountain Adventures
• Lakes Estes Marina
• Backbone Adventures
• Horseback Riding
• Estes Valley Farmer’s Market
• Mustang Mountain Coaster
• Grand Adventure Balloon Tours
• Wildlife Safaris
• Elkins Distilling Co.
• Guided Tours
• Elements of Touch Wellness Spa & River Retreat
• Estes Park Memorial Observatory
• Planet Bluegrass
• Rocky Ridge Music Center