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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... I've had it on my little itinerary since the beginning of time. Well, I am so mad at myself because I screwed up and didn't get tickets early enough. I wasn't sure which day we would do it, and didn't want to buy tickets too early. I was trying to time it just right, and with everything going on, I forgot until it was too late. I called a couple mornings ago just to check, and they just aren't available. Since there was really no rush to get to ...
... back to the Visitor's Center the clouds were thick and near the road, we even drove through a few. Of course, it was raining again by now. It took us more than an hour to get across the park and everybody else was trying to do the same thing. When we got out of the park, the traffic was bumper to bumper all the way into Estes Park. When we finally got to the cottage it was after 3:00 Erin and I had headaches probably from all the changes ...
Our campground was just outside the entrance to the Rocky Mountain National Park. What a beautiful and rugged park! Our first day we drove the entire Trail Ridge Road and, of course, made a lot of stops to take pictures and admire magnificent vistas. I had read about the Alpine Tundra and was eager to see it. It is a very harsh environment but plants and animals have adapted to the climate and doe survive. They have ...
... But I am quite sure she is OK with that since she obviously picks and chooses her clientele. We left there and I called the woman at the Boulder Brook at Fall River which told us she had one room left and even gave me discount on it! Her name was Linda and she was so sweet to me. She not only got us into a room for tomorrow night but she said she would check around at other hotels and see what she can do for us the next night! What a kind woman! THAT ...
... in Highland Games events.
There were lots of booths in tents with vendors selling
everything Scottish and Celtic themed. Hmmm, would I look good in a kilt? Maybe
if I bought myself a leather one – yes, they had those too. There was a lot of
Irish and Scottish dancing on various performance stages, and bands from
Scotland and Ireland, singers of ballads and cutting-edge rockers. A band of bagpipers
from Scotland, an U.S. Air Force ...