The simplest and most stress-free way to steer through Estes Park is via the free shuttle system. The new downtown trolley and shuttle bus routes allow you to park the car, bus or RV at one of the major hubs and be on your way. You no longer need to listen to the GPS ‘recalculate' or to all five back-seat drivers offering advice on where to park. The five town shuttle routes and the Rocky Mountain National Park hiker shuttle are easy to navigate and will get you just about anywhere you want to go. Shuttle operates June 21 - September 7, 2014. Additional summer 2014 Estes Park Shuttle info coming soon.
The Rocky Mountain National Park shuttles operate from late May through early October and offer hikers and day-trippers easy access to the most frequented areas of the park. Entry fees do apply and park passes are available for purchase at the Estes Park Visitor Center and the Rocky Mountain National Park Visitor Center. Due to construction on Bear Lake Rd., there may be delays for routes within the park. View and download a map of the park shuttles here: NPS.gov/ROMO.