To enter Rocky Mountain National Park between May 28 and October 11 two things are required: a timed entry permit PLUS a park pass or entrance fee. Use these tips to plan your trip into Rocky Mountain National Park.
Larimer County is aligned with statewide Colorado public health orders and recommendations. There are currently no state or county public health orders related to COVID-19. Businesses may implement their own policies so long as they are meeting the minimum requirements set forth by the state of Colorado.
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Estes Park is fortunate to offer plenty of opportunity for guests to stay safe during their visit, including physically distanced dining, delicious takeout options, food delivery from Warrior Xpress, clean and sanitized lodging, and local stores providing safe shopping experiences to complement our wide-open spaces and endless outdoor adventures. Find detailed information on capacity allowances for each industry, here.
Per Larimer County, businesses may implement their own policies so long as they are meeting the minimum requirements set forth by the state of Colorado. State of Colorado guidance for wearing masks.
Consistent with CDC recommendations, people who are not fully vaccinated must continue to wear masks indoors and in crowded outdoor spaces in Rocky Mountain National Park. Masks are required on park shuttle buses.
Timed entry permits are required to enter the Park May 28 through October 11, entrance passes continue to be required.
Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
Travel information is also available by calling the Visitor Center at 800-443-7837 or 970-577-9900 or via email at: VisitorServices@estes.org.