Jellystone Park of Estes

Address: 5495 US Highway 36, Estes Park, Colorado, 80517, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 5495 US Highway 36, Estes Park, is near Rocky Mountains, Estes Park Golf Course, Reel Mountain Theater, and Indian Peaks Wilderness.
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      Travel Blogs from Estes Park

      The RAZR and Redrum

      A travel blog entry by jxb2222 on Jul 05, 2014

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      ... out another trail and headed there. We ended up at Sprague Lake and walked some of the trails there. It was gorgeous. We left there and just drove out the road to Bear Lake just to see what all the hoopla was about. Yea... I bet it was pretty amazing. I will have to save it for another time though. We had reservations to rent a RAZR at 1pm and had a pretty good drive to get out to that place anyway. So, we drove around the park a little longer and then ...

      Gem Lake: It's All Uphill.

      A travel blog entry by missytreb on May 31, 2013

      ... road was closed at Rainbow Curve. The winds at that elevation were amazing, almost felt like they would blow me off the mountain. Terri and David made it into town by 5pm and we met them for dinner. The dinner was not great, but we enjoyed their company. Then went home to a roaring fire, that was too hot to stay in the living room and even had to keep the door wide open! Overall, a great ...

      Keep A Clean Camp!!

      A travel blog entry by becky_leeanne on Jun 23, 2012

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      We then heard a series of loud squeaks and saw a PIKA peeking out from under a rock. They are a relative of the rabbit and spend the summer creating haystacks of dried grasses and flowers ready for winter as they do not hibernate! So while all the other alpine mammals are sleeping, the pikas return to their rocky havens and spend months eating the food they have stored!

      After about half an hour of walking, we reached the Mushroom ...

      We're Home

      A travel blog entry by specialk35 on Nov 06, 2011

      1 comment

      ... buy on Taobao (the Chinese Amazon.com) for a steal. We found many small souvenirs for Kaela’s classmates. Kaela picked up a kite, a painting of the Monkey King by our friend Sam, a model of the Temple of Heaven, shoes, and lots of small gifts from the people we visited. I found a heavy carbon steal Chinese cleaver, a few paintings for my office wall, and tea.

      Hsing-ay deserves ...

      Scooby Doo we love you!!

      A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Aug 07, 2011

      1 comment

      ... common. It is great to meet Americans who actually get the hell out of their country and investigate the world, I wonder if that has influenced how open-minded they are or not? I love talking to them and hearing about the lives they live, it is funny to wish that more of my NZ friends were like this couple and so many of those that I have met. Not that I don't love my NZ friends but I really do love the the posse in Colorado and also Esther and Todd ...

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