Timed Entry Permits & Rocky Mountain National Park

Timed Entry Permits & Rocky Mountain National Park

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.

Reunions & Groups

With ample lodging, dozens of restaurants and varied attractions that appeal to people of all ages, Estes Park receives groups and reunions with warmth and hospitality. The area presents a variety of spaces for your group to gather: banquet rooms, private lounges, grand ballrooms and others. Likewise, lodging properties accommodate everyone with hotel or motel rooms, suites, condos, cabins, vacation homes, resorts or guest ranches. Dining ranges from restaurants to onsite meal plans to catering. Depending on where you stay, you may have access to kitchens and barbecue grills for some do-it-yourself dinners.

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What about entertainment and things to do? No worries, Estes Park holds enough variety to fill an itinerary with ease. Gather the troops to play softball, volleyball or to bowl. Attend the rodeo. Explore local museums. Organize a fishing trip. Rent snowshoes and venture into Rocky Mountain National Park together. Walk around the village, poking into shops and art galleries. The variety of activities in Estes Park spins from active to relaxing.

Once those decisions are made, you'll be free to attend to other details, like booking a photographer for group photos, arranging welcoming gifts, or finally getting to kick back and admire Estes Park's natural wonders. After all, it was the beauty of the location that attracted your group in the first place. Go ahead, revel in this mountain paradise together!

Request information or contact Rebecca Pena at Visit Estes Park to facilitate and connect you with the Meetings facilities in Estes Park.