Widely regarded as the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park is a destination for thrill-seekers, casual vacationers, and everyone in between. Estes Park is whatever you need it to be: your base camp for mountain adventures, your sanctuary for encountering wildlife, or your comfort zone for rest and relaxation.
Leisurely stroll through town like the mighty elk that wander freely in our streets. Cast a line in Fall River. Take the Estes Park Aerial Tramway to the summit of Prospect Mountain for a breathtaking view of the valley.
Estes Park is a four-season destination that’s been drawing visitors for more than 100 years. Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway, a memorable meeting, or the family vacation of a lifetime, Estes Park is the perfect escape from the everyday.
Our friendly staff at The Ridgeline Hotel Estes Park® can help you plan the perfect day.
Take your pick at either an 18-hole course, 9-hole executive course, or miniature golf.
Estes Park 18-hole golf course was recognized as the sixth most beautiful golf course in the United States. Call 866-586-8146, ext 0 for tee times.
Lake Estes 9-hole golf course wraps around the Big Thompson River next to Lake Estes. Call 970-586-8176 for tee times.
Fun City: Fun is definitely had here. Choose from two giant slides, a bungee trampoline, mini golf, bumper boats, go-karts, and bumper cars. Call 970-586-2828 for more information.
Tiny Town Miniature Golf: Miniature golf course. Call 970-586-6333 for more information.
Estes Park Ride-A-Kart: Features go-karts, bumper boats, batting cages, a bungee trampoline, bumper cars, mini golf, and an arcade. Call 970-586-6495 for more information.
Lake Estes Marina: Cool down during the summer heat by spending some time enjoying Lake Estes. Boat and watercraft rentals are available at the Marina, as well as fishing licenses and gear.
Rocky Mountain National Park only allows dogs on paved walkways – not on any trails. Luckily, Estes Park and surrounding areas outside the park are just as good! Explore Roosevelt National Forest and the Estes Park Trails system, instead.
1) Go for a lap around Lake Estes to take in the sights.
2) Stop by one of the pet-friendly places to grab a drink: The Barrel, Rock Cut Brewing Company, Avant Garde Aleworks or Lumpy Ridge Brewing.
3) Hike Lily Mountain, just six miles south of Estes Park.
4) Check out the Estes Valley Dog Park on the shores of Lake Estes.
5) Visit Trendz downtown, where pets can come inside to pick out a toy or treat for themselves!
You are centrally located (steps away) to downtown Estes Park, where you can find our renowned boutique shop, Trendz! Go explore the downtown area… there is something for everyone! We all know retail therapy is good for the soul.