As many of you may know, Estes Park, Rocky National Park, Glacier Lodge and more than 1,200 square miles of the Northern Colorado Foothills and eastern plains was stricken by terrible flooding in September 2013. The down pour overwhelmed canyons, rivers, lakes and dams from the Continental divide to the Kansas and Nebraska state lines. Devastating many areas and roadways downstream, from Estes Park. With especially hard hit areas along highway 36 to Lyons, and highway 34 to Loveland.
If you have any questions or concerns about visiting the area please contact us!
What are we going to see if we take West 36 or 34 into Estes Park?
Travelers on roadways may witness; significant private property damage & debris, evidence of heavy surface erosion, down trees, temporary utilities, and limited access. . Travelers will see ongoing river restoration and road construction projects including debris removal.
What are we going to See in Estes Park?
Travelers on roadways in and around local residential areas may witness; significant private property damage and debris, evidence of heavy surface erosion, temporary utilities and down trees. Travelers will see ongoing river restoration and road construction projects in many areas.
Businesses, and shopkeepers in the local business Districts in around the valley are open and ready. Hoteliers and property managers are busy getting the word out and accepting bookings.
What are we going to see On Property?
Long time guests and repeat visitors will notice a new bridge and landscape entrance to the property. You will not see building damage. However, some landscape and ground under repair conditions may be seen. Otherwise, we fully expect to provide a location, facilities, activities and amenities that our guests have enjoyed for generations!
Celebrating 40 years of Hospitality in Estes Park.... See you soon!