Estes Park is known for fun times in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. During the summer, visitors can hike Rocky Mountain National Park, sail on the Lake Estes waters, and have fun at the festivals at Bond Park. Many believe Estes Park becomes a ghost town once chilly winter weather approaches. It may be cold outside, and snow is beginning to fall, but there’s still fun to have in our little mountain town! Get ready to bundle up and plan for the best winter getaway to Estes Park.

Don Your Winter Gear

Estes Park’s unique charm really comes to life once the snow starts to fall. During the winter, temperatures can drop to a high of 20 degrees! Bundling up is the best way to explore our winter wonderland. It’s no fun freezing when you start your Estes Park adventure!

The Holidays in Estes Park

Looking to get away for the most wonderful time of the year? Estes Park has its fair share of holiday cheer once December rolls around. George Hix Riverside Plaza’s towering Christmas tree glows once the sun goes down, and the holiday lights of downtown Estes Park make for a perfect nighttime stroll.

Plan Your Rocky Mountain National Park Visit

Winter brings new opportunities for fun at Rocky Mountain National Park! Visitors can snowshoe or cross-country ski through the many hiking trails. Anglers can still reel in their trophy with a day of ice-fishing on a frozen lake. Experienced thrill seekers can also venture up the mountains for some back-country skiing!

Estes Park Winter Dining

After a long day of winter fun, you’ve probably worked up quite an appetite. Plenty of delicious cuisines are served in Estes Park, and we know just the place for a hearty winter meal! Seasoned Bistro lives up to its name with deliciously curated plates like the Rocky Mountain Trout. Their Sunday brunch menu is also incredibly tasty!

Stay at Rocky Mountain Resorts

Located in the town of Estes Park and just minutes from Rocky Mountain National Park, Rocky Mountain Resorts is the ideal choice for a winter getaway to Estes Park. We offer a variety of accommodations ranging from cozy cabins and cottages to large and spacious vacation homes. Guests enjoy the nightlife of downtown Estes Park and are less than a 10-minute drive from all that Rocky Mountain National Park has to offer. You truly have the best access to must-do Estes Park activities with a stay at Rocky Mountain Resorts!