Address 1: 2051 Big Thompson Ave
City: Estes Park
Phone: (800) 562-1887
Open: Open from Apr 25 through Oct 15
Number of Sites: 86
Electric Water: 42
Full Hook: 24
Camp URL: http://www.estesparkkoa.com/
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Tents Allowed: Yes
RV Sites: 42
This campground was built 47 years ago, at a time when RVes were quite small. So in the context of smaller RVs, all of our sites are back in sites and are 22-30′ wide. Most are on the diagonal and a few are parallel to a 3ft railroad tie retaining walls. We have five 50/30/20 amp sites and the remainder are 30/20 amp. Most of our sites include a cableTV hookup. Our sites are either full hookup (electric, water, sewer, cableTV and WiFi) or water & electric (w/ WiFi and w/ or w/o cableTV). We have a few sites rated at 40ft and the rest are 36ft down to 20ft. Due to the proximity to sources of propane, our RV sites were set up years ago with no fire pit. There is enough room on some sites for awnings.
Kamper Kabins: 20
There are 17 one room Kamper Kabins and 3 two room Kamper Kabins. One room Kamper Kabins sleep up to 4 people and our two room Kamping Kabins sleep up to 6 people. They are rustic and cozy log cabins with beds (w/ mattresses), electricity, lights, heater, porch, outside firepit and a picnic table.
Kamper Kottages: 7
Kamper Kottages are DELUXE log cabins with bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, living room, cable TV, fireplace, microwave, coffee maker, A/C, porch, picnic table, grill and fabulous views. Our Kamping Kottages sleep up to 4 people.
Our tent sites vary in size with lean-tos or partitioning fences.
Clean restrooms w/ hot showers (free for registered campers)
FREE WiFi (100% of campground)
Temporary Pet Pen
Ice Cream Socials and Pancake Breakfasts
Propane (including new tank purge)
Regulation Horseshoe Pit
Great Store (w/ fireword/propane/ice)
Marshmallow Roast w/ community Firepit
No swimming pool or hot tub
If you are coming from…
Boulder, Lyons, Longmont … then you are probably coming up Hwy 36. As you drop down out of the final pass and the town of Estes Park begins to come into view, you will come to a turn-off to the right just before you start to cross Lake Estes. Turn right on the “Mall Road” and come across to Hwy 34. Turn left (West) on Hwy 34 and procede a short distance to our driveway on the right.
Ft Collins, Loveland, Greeley … then you are probably coming up the Big Thompson Canyon on Hwy 34. As you emerge from the Big Thompson Canyon, you will see the the Town Of Estes Park sign, the Olympus Dam and the Go Kart fun center. We are just a few hundred feet on your right.
Granby, Grand Lake … then you are probably coming over Trail Ridge Road and the Rocky Mountain National Park. As you drop down into the West end of Estes Park, procede East on Elk Horn Ave and Hwy 34. Stay on Hwy 34 and drive about 1.5 miles from the intersection of Hwy 34 and Hwy 36. We are just past Sombrero Stables on your left.
Trail Ridge Road is open from around May 28th to approximately Oct 1st
Central City, Nederland, Allens Park … then you are probably coming up on Hwy 7 from the South. As you drop down into Estes Park, Hwy 7 will terminate at Hwy 36 at the red light. Turn left on Hwy 36, travel a short distance to the next red light at the junction of Hwy 36 and Hwy 34. Turn right on Hwy 34 and travel about 1.5 miles from the intersection of Hwy 34 and Hwy 36. We are just past Sombrero Stables on your left.