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.
Breathtaking in location and friendly in hospitality, Estes Park provides the perfect location for your rehearsal dinner, wedding ceremony, reception and honeymoon. No matter your budget, the variety of available venues and options pleases all. Whether you desire a traditional church or an outdoor setting surrounded by the peaks of the majestic Colorado Rocky Mountains, you will find your dream spot here. Likewise, should your ideal reception be an intimate family gathering or a grand ballroom to-do, Estes Park accommodates you.
Beyond the ceremony and reception locations, Estes Park businesses cater to other wedding details as well. Local florists, bridal shops, musicians and DJs, photographers and videographers, caterers, and others are available to ensure your wedding is the one of your dreams. For specific information on these services as well as ceremony sites, officiates, receptions, elopements and other wedding-related needs, please click through the tabs at left.
Before your love can be legal, you'll need a marriage license. You can purchase one from any Clerk and Recorder's Office in Colorado, including at the Estes Park office on Brodie Avenue. The office is generally open year-round, Monday through Friday. This administrative task should be done in person. The license is valid for up to 30 days. Full license information is available from Larimer County.
Magical weddings and unforgettable honeymoons happen here. Let Estes Park become part of your lifetime of love.