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Flowers for Dessert

This handsome Bull is one of our regular visitors. We noticed he has a taste for flowers as he wandered into the flower bed under our sign and efficiently bit the heads off almost all of the newly planted marigolds. … Continue reading

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Rock the Rodeo!

Named the Outstanding Small Rodeo in the nation four years in a row, the Annual Rooftop Rodeo features Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) cowboys competing in saddle bronco riding, steer wrestling, tie-down roping, bareback bronco riding, barrel racing and bull … Continue reading

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Bike!

Bicycles are a common sight on Fall River Road and surrounding roadways in Estes Park where several kinds of rides – mountain, road and paved path – are available to fair weather visitors.  Bring your own wheels or visit one of … Continue reading

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Why Drive?

You are on vacation! Relax and enjoy the scenery while a pro does the driving for you!   Rocky Mountain Conservancy (right across the street from Boulder Brook) offers several excellent opportunities to relax and enjoy the wild.  The Grand Lake Safari, … Continue reading

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Fish!

With over 350 miles of trails covering over 265,000 acres, there are numerous fishing opportunities for both the casual angler and the seasoned expert.   Fish here for all wild trout including Brook, Rainbow, Brown, and Cutthroat including the Greenback.  There are options for Catch and … Continue reading

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Ride!

There’s nothing like hay-breath to start your day!  Enjoy beautiful views, exhilarating mountain climbs, lush meadows and mountain flowers, wildlife, riversong, summer sun and horseback fun.  You don’t have to be advanced or even experienced to ride in the Rockies.  … Continue reading

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Living History

MacGregor Ranch Museum and Maude’s Mercantile – Founded in 1873, MacGregor Ranch is both the last remaining working cattle ranch in Estes Park and one of the few sites operating as both a working ranch and youth education center in … Continue reading

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