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Price and Availability Index in Estes Park
Vacation Rental Price Information in Estes Park
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Estes Park. Prices rise in June and reach an average of $354 a night (6/1 - 6/8), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. Prices are more affordable in January (1/19 - 1/26).
Rental Availability Information in Estes Park
Find out the percentage of available rentals in Estes Park with the graph above. The week with the least available rentals is in December (12/22 - 12/29), with only 49% of the rentals available. The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in November (11/24 - 12/1).
The Weather in Estes Park
The above is a climate diagram for Estes Park. July is the warmest month in Estes Park with average maximum temperatures of 89°. However, temperatures can go lower than 15° in Estes Park in December. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Book lodging in Estes Park to enjoy the outdoors
Whether you're a self-confessed country bird or a proud urban fox, everyone will enjoy some rest and recuperation in Estes Park. Planning a family stay in an Estes Park cabin rental is the perfect way to ensure your vacation is as restful as possible.
Getting to Your Estes Park Lodging
With breathtaking mountain scenery everywhere you look, even the journey to your Estes Park cabin rental will be enjoyable. The main airport in the area is Denver International Airport, which lies about 75 miles southeast of Estes Park. At the airport, you have access to nearly a dozen different car rental companies and will be able to find the perfect vehicle for your drive to Estes Park. Several highways take you to the town, including U.S. Routes 34 and 36 and State Highway 7.
Food for Every Taste
Another benefit of staying in an Estes Park lodging is the proximity to a number of diverse restaurants. Everyone on your vacation will be sure to find something appealing. Try Himalayan Curry & Kebob, which offers authentic Indian food, or Nepal's Cafe for Nepalese food. Pasta lovers should pay a visit to Mama Rose's, with all manner of Italian dishes accompanied by an extensive offering of wine, beer, and spirits. Mama Rose's is also great for diners with food allergies or those who are vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free.
But don't worry, meat lovers: there's something special for you too! Try the Twin Owls Steakhouse for a hearty meal in a rustic lodge setting. And if your sweet tooth isn't yet satisfied, a visit to Munchin House – where you can find ice cream, chocolates, fudge, taffy, and more – will soon fix that!
Perfect Outdoor Weather
No matter what time of year you choose to stay in Estes Park, you will find pleasant weather to suit the outdoor activities of the season. The coldest month is January, with an average high of 38 degrees – excellent skiing and snowboarding weather. July tends to be the warmest month of the year, with average highs reaching 78 degrees. This warmth, combined with the region's low humidity, makes for the perfect climate for hiking, biking, boating, and more.
Surrounded by Nature
What makes a stay in an Estes Park cabin such an unforgettable experience is the stunning landscape in which the cabins are built. Not only do you have amazing views, but the cabins are incorporated in such a way that you can experience the nature right outside your front door. Estes Park offers all kinds of outdoor activities, from geocaching to rock climbing and whitewater rafting.
Easily accessible from Estes Park is Rocky Mountain National Park, which boasts over 100 mountain peaks that tower over 11,000 feet above the ground. In this gorgeous park, you will find over 300 hiking trails as well as paths to traverse by car or on horseback. Exploring the park will also bring you into close contact with a variety of wildlife, from striped chipmunks to large elk.
In addition to the trails in Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park itself is home to even more hiking and biking paths. And for those who are sharing their Estes Park lodging with their canine companions, you will be glad to know that several of the Estes Park trails are accessible to dogs.
Estes Park vacation rentals are always worth considering, but be sure to check the calendar before you book and you could enjoy something even more special. Estes Park hosts a variety of events throughout the year, any of which would make a great addition to your vacation itinerary. For example, in early June, the Estes Park Jazz Fest takes place and features jazz musicians from across the country and beyond.
Later in June is the Scandinavian Midsummer Festival, Estes Park's annual celebration of Scandinavian culture. This festival features many Scandinavian and Nordic traditions, such as raising the Maypole, as well as authentic food and drink from the region. There is also dancing, knitting, arts & crafts, and even a reenactment of a Viking camp complete with a Viking ship and sword fight!
Another annual event in Estes Park is the Longs Peak Scottish Irish Highland Festival, which takes place the weekend after Labor Day in September. Like the Midsummer Festival, the Longs Peak festival features all sorts of traditional food, crafts, clothes, and activities, this time of Celtic heritage. There is also a parade through town, live music from bands around the world, and even a "Dogs of the British Isles" attraction that includes dog agility courses.
No matter what you're looking for, you will find it in Estes Park. Book an Estes Park vacation rental today and get ready for the adventure!
An outdoorsy experience at Estes Park
Mountain Blown Glass
See the live demonstrations of glass being blown, and then browse through the collection of vases, jars and ornaments for sale.
Images of Rocky Mountain National Park
Images of Rocky Mountain National Park is run by photographer Erik Stensland who rises before dawn to catch the first rays of the sun at secluded lakes. The gallery has received rave reviews from clients and visitors.
Estes Park Visitor Center
Stop by the center if you're open to suggestions from the knowledgeable staff. Pick up brochures about local attractions and buy some mementos before setting out.
Estes Park Aerial Tramway
Soar over the treetops to the summit of Prospect Mountain with this tramway. A souvenir shop, cafe, and fabulous views await at the top.
Peak to Peak Scenic Byway
Every turn guarantees vistas of peaks, canyons, and ever-changing colors. The snow-capped mountains are a unique sight to behold. There are numerous viewing points and restaurants en route.
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