Estes Park Recovery Information
Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park are currently open to guests! Our mountain village welcomes you to enjoy our unique lodging establishments, restaurants, shopping and adventures. We have been overwhelmed by the kindness, generosity and support Estes Park has received from friends across the globe. We now ask you to support our continued recovery by visiting us and supporting our local businesses!
All roads to Estes Park are Open! How to get to Estes Park:
- Hwy 36 (Lyons to Estes Park)
Take Hwy 36 from Lyons to Estes Park. View A Map. Construction continues on certain areas of Hwy 36, to learn more about operations and delays visit the CDOT webpage.
- Hwy 34 (Loveland to Estes Park)
Take Hwy 34 from Loveland to Estes Park. View A Map. Some construction will be occurring Monday - Friday, 8-4pm, please allow an additional 30 minutes.
- Hwy 7 (From Lyons through Allenspark to EstesPark)
Take Hwy 7 from Lyons, through Allenspark to Estes Park. Vew a Map
- Scenic 'Peak to Peak' Highway, view a View a Map.
Take Hwy 119 north through Blackhawk, follow north to town of Nederland, (Hwy119 turns into Hwy 72), continue on Hwy 72 to where it meets Hwy 7, take a left at the stop sign and follow Hwy 7 past Allenspark into Estes Park. View a Peak to Peak Travel Information Blog Post.
- Hwy 119 from Boulder to Nederland, Nederland to Estes Park
Take Hwy 119 from Boulder (Canyon Road in Boulder becomes Hwy 119) towards Nederland. In Nederland, at the round-about, continue on Hwy 72 towards Estes Park. Follow until Hwy 72 meets Hwy 7 at a stop sign. Take a left on Hwy 7 and continue towards Estes Park. View a Map.
Lodging properties, restaurants, shops & services in Estes Park are back open, welcoming guests to the majestic mountain village of Estes Park! Estes Park quickly recovered after the heavy rains, take a look at photos taken shortly after the flood in the photo galleries, Estes Park is Open and Estes Park on September 19th.
All events are back on schedule, view the Event Calendar where new things-to-do are being added daily!
Rocky Mountain National Park is OpenWays to Help:
Enjoy a visit to Rocky Mountain National Park, which is open and operating. The snow conditions are great for snowshoeing, sledding and backcountry skiing! Trail Ridge Road is currently closed due to seasonal weather conditions. Visit Rocky Mountain National Park's website for complete information.
- Monetary Donations: A special flood relief fund is now set up through Crossroads Ministry to receive and disperse funds for local flood victims. Visit www.crossroadsministryofEP.org to donate; designate donation for flood relief.
- Visit Estes Park and patronize local businesses.
- Can't make it? Visit your favorite Estes Park businesses online to purchase items, gift certificates, or book later reservations.