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Hwy 34 Reopens Thursday, November 21st

Are we ever excited. The opening of U.S. 34 fully restores connectivity on all routes into and out of Estes Park. Along with the restoration of access via Highway 36 from Lyons, our friends who come through Loveland can once again plan an easy mountain getaway. 


Our Buy-One-Get-One-Half-Price November Special and our Buy-Two-Get-One-Free Special make it easy to stay and enjoy the natural wonders, beauty, and serenity of Estes Park an Rocky Mountain National Park while gearing up for the holidays.


This weekend offers something for everyone – creative and exceptional holiday shopping opportunities, the annual Tree Lighting, a Kids Candy Cane Hunt, and live music at several venues.  For a quick overview to help plan ahead, please visit our event calendar


Here are a few highlights:


First Annual Holiday Market, Saturday & Sunday, Nov. 23-24, 2013   9a-6p and 10a-4p Estes Park Resort, 9-6 Sat. & 10-4 Sun.


Estes Park Tree Lighting Ceremony, Saturday, November 23, 2013  4:30p – 6:30p  Riverside Plaza at the intersection of Rockwell Street and Riverside Drive.  Enjoy sweet treats and hot chocolate, radio flyer wagon rides, stocking, ornament decorating and visits with Santa from 4:30p to 5:15p. Tree lighting promptly at 5:30p immediately followed by the Kids Candy Cane Hunt in Bond Park.  Also on November 23rd, visitors can enjoy a traditional English Pasty Luncheon, Holiday Bazaar and Silent Auction and/or a wonderful Holiday Fine Art sale. 


You can start Thanksgiving Day, November 28th, with the family friendly Turkey Trot 5K, cook your own or let someone else do the cooking, Catch the Glow  on Friday at the annual Lighted Christmas Parade, beginning at 5:30p in Downtown Estes Park.


Holiday House Christmas Bazaar, Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013 9a – 3p Estes Park Conference Center


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