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Rocky Mountain National Park

Visit Rocky Mountain National Park

Celebrating its 108th anniversary this year, Rocky Mountain National Park now has over four million visitors each year. The park is known for its stunning alpine scenery and diverse wildlife including bighorn sheep, moose, elk, and black bears.

Rocky Mountain National Park is a large playground for everyone! For the avid hiker, enjoy over 350 miles of trails. You can climb the infamous Longs Peak, or you can enjoy a gentle stroll alongside a lake. Cycle at over 12,000 feet, sit near a meadow, hear the clanking of elk antlers, and photograph waterfalls, wildlife, flora, and snow-capped mountains … all in one day. The park also features the famous Trail Ridge Road which offers stunning scenery of the surrounding mountains. Rocky Mountain National Park offers year-round experiences that make lasting memories. Come and cross something off your bucket list!

Please note: If you’re planning a visit between May 24th, 2024, and October 20th, 2024, timed entry permits will be required to enter the park during specific hours of the day. Permits will allow you to enter the park within two-hour windows with no set time for departure.

There is a fee to enter Rocky Mountain National Park.

  • $35 per vehicle
  • $30 per motorcycle
  • $15 per person if entering on foot, bike, or ski (one-day pass)

The entry fee for vehicles and motorcycles is valid for seven days and provides access to all areas of the park. One-day fees (and annual passes) are also available at the entrance gates.

Be sure to check out our blog post: Best Apps For Your Trip To Rocky Mountain National Park.

Staying in one of Rocky Mountain Resorts’ beautiful lodging options is an excellent way to be close to the beauty of the park. All our resorts are in or near Estes Park. Fawn Valley Inn and Lazy R Cottages are only one mile from the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park!

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