Mary's Lake Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMary's Lake Campground Estes Park
Nice laid back campground that can accomodate some large rigs. We parked facing the wetlands and enjoyed the nightly wildlife sightings. Beware that they are working on renovating the shower/bath faciilities with pay showers, not an issue for us but not sure how this will impact camping families as this is what this campground is geared for.
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... called for. The website has photos and videos; I skipped the videos. There's even one which the maker of the website suggests you skip. Sounds like good advice to me. I hereby pass it on to you.
Moral of the day: Nature can be spectacular, dramatic, beautiful, and cute, but it can also be scary and COMPLETELY gross!
NOTE: I added the torrential downpour video to yesterday's blog. Highly entertaining!
... of Rocky Mountain National Park. We checked in to our hotel which is, as they would say in Trip Advisor land "clean and adequate", kind of reminds me of the cottage on the cape but in the mountains. We checked in and headed for the town just to force ourselves to stay awake as late as we could. We got up at ...
... Brad Fitch and I just might go there.
Before returning to the campground this afternoon I went to the Estes Park Museum, another little gem of local history. In a separate building there was an exhibition by a photographer called Charles Mace, who was a U.S. Army photographer during WWI. I'm sure that Unk knows him, so I took a number of photographs that he may enjoy. ('Unk' lives out in California. He, too, was a ...
... saw is only starting to sink in. I have never felt so connected to the entire country and our history from founding to present as I do right now. I got to go to the Civil Rights museum and 16th Street Baptist Church in Alabama, go to the Capitol, White House, Supreme Court, and Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC, the Gettysburg museum and battlefields, the Museum of Western Expansion in St. Louis. I stayed with and met with people working as oil ...
... 2 nights…Black Canyon Inn. This is like a privately owned rental so each unit I guess is unique to the owner. I have only stayed in a place like this once before and although it feels strange…like you are staying in someone else’s house. Very weird. It is comfortable and a 1 bedroom with a full kitchen so much more than we would have gotten in a regular hotel room for the same price. We can’t get the fireplace to light though ...