With the slowdown in the economy many Coloradoans are looking to spend less on vacations. The term “staycation” has been heard a lot lately as more and more people are choosing to stay closer to home for their vacations. Estes Park and other small resort communities in the mountains near Denver have seen a rise in local tourists pulling people from all along the Front Range.
For those who are serious about finding low cost lodging Estes Park has tons of great possibilities. From quaint bed and breakfasts to rustic cabins, deals can be found at virtually all businesses, especially during the off-season from November to May.
Winter in Estes Park is a gorgeous. If you’re looking for outdoor activities like snow shoeing or cross country skiing, the National Park has countless trails leading to stunning views. Unlike many small tourist towns that shut down in the winter, shopping, dining, family activities and more still abound even in the winter as Estes has a nice year-round community of residents.
To begin researching your vacation, be sure to check out the specials and packages link found on the home page.