About this listing
*** When booking a Friday or Saturday night stay, there is a three-night minimum. No minimum for weekdays. ***
King bed in the master bedroom, a queen bed or two twin beds in the second bedroom, two twin beds in the third bedroom, and a queen sleeper sofa in living area. Full kitchen, fireplace, and washer/dryer. No air conditioning. Maximum occupancy 8.
This property has a range of other unit sizes available -- and they're all listed on Air BnB. Some of the photos above may be of the different-sized units. All units are done in the same style at the same time.
A beautiful dry climate, 300 days of sunshine per year, stunning mountain vistas, friendly people and a charming downtown. Estes Park is a small town with a lot to love. Music festivals, Christmas parades, art shows and rodeos fill out an active social calendar, and quiet green spaces for picnicking abound. Plus, the town sits at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, giving you access to one of the finest parks in the United States. The inspiring peaks and dizzying valleys will lift your spirits and stir your imagination. It's no wonder Estes Park is a favorite year-round destination.
Cabin living at Estes Park doesn't mean rustic—you can choose from studio units with small kitchenettes to three-bedroom cabins with full kitchens and gas fireplaces. Plus, your resort is situated on the Big Thompson River, and wildlife surrounds you. Take a walk to the river's edge to fish for trout, or pack a lunch and spread out on the spacious lawns. And don't be surprised if you see and elk or two from your window or porch.
Rocky Mountain National Park
The park boasts more than 359 hiking and horseback trails, and offers endless opportunities for fly fishers, bird watchers and photographers.
Colorado Bicycling Adventures
Forgot your bike? No worries. Colorado Bicycling Adventures offers mountain and road bike rentals. Off-road, down hill and multi-activity tours are also available. For more information, call (phone number hidden) mi.
Estes Park Museum
Learn about Estes Park’s earliest inhabitants—from the Ute, Shoshone and Comanche, to the early explorers in the mid 1800s. See a Stanley Steamer and hear about F.O. Stanley who built the Stanley Hotel—the inspiration for The Shining, Stephen King’s blockbuster horror flick. Open: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (May-Oct.); 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fri. & Sat., 1-5 p.m., Sun. (Nov.-Apr.). 2.34 mi.
January: Winter Festival, Winter Trail Days
February: Trails in The Rockies, Imagine This (kid-oriented), Jazz Festival and Art Walk (one event)
June: Wool Market Festival, Estes Park Marathon, Scandinavian Summer Festival
July: 4th of July Festival, Rooftop Rodeo
August: Heritage Festival
September: John Denver Tribute, Plein Air Rockies, Labor day Arts & Crafts Festival, Scottish/Irish Festival, Film Festival, Autumn Festival
October: Elk Festival
November: Parade of Lights
· Internet access (fee applicable)
· Gas fireplace
· Satellite TV
· DVD player
· Stereo with CD
· Washer and dryer
· Iron and ironing board
· Picnic grounds
· Outdoor heated pool (seasonal)
· Three outdoor hot tubs
· Fitness center
· Game room
· Coin operated vending machines
· Coin operated games
· Video rental
· Rock Climbing
· Hiking/trail running
· Mountain biking
· Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing
· Dinner Theater
· Miniature Golf
· Fly fishing
· Horseback Riding
· Rocky Mountain National Park
· Peak to Peak highway
· Denver (DEN) 77 mi
· Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport (FNL) 39.5 mi
Parking is limited. The resort is not able to accommodate the storage of boats, RVs and trailers. Please contact the resort for options.
Pool & Hot Tub Information
Children in diapers must wear waterproof diapers designed for swimming. Main outdoor pool is seasonal, closed from November 1st – April 1st. Pool hours are from 8AM – 10PM with the first and last hours reserved for adult swim. The hot tubs are open year-round. Please refer to posted pool signage for more specific information.