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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... We rode down a really steep narrow part of the trail with rocks all over it. When we got to the bottom, there had been an accident with somebody else in a RAZR. Somebody driving tried to make a turn and it was where the dirt met pavement.. somehow they flipped it and the passenger stuck their arm up above the roll bar (no, no.. not good). The roll bar landed on that guy's arm and it broke... the bone was sticking out, and it was pinned by the roll bar too. ...
... and we had to take the wider, straighter, paved Trail Ridge Road up to the top. On this “safer, less precipitous” road, the kids kept desperately insisting that we keep the windows closed the whole way up. William and Mary Claire claim a “fear of heights”, and they felt safer without any wind or wind-sounds in the car at all. I do believe that possibly EVERYONE driving Trail Ridge road develops a situational fear of heights to some degree. ...
... 30. A girl can dream. So we started our planned hike. It was my goal to do the Nymph Lake and Dream Lake hikes and then finish with a cool down around Bear Lake. Little did I know the cool down I would need would be of a different kind. We start up the trail and it was a steady incline. The whole way I am struggling to breathe I can STILL hear the kids at the shuttle stop screaming and howling and just being obnoxious. Now no one wants to hear ...
... to Estes Park via a scenic byway called The Peak to Peak Highway. It took a little longer but the scenery was fantastic, much better than the highway. We didn't really get to see the city of Denver, and we also had to pass up Boulder, which I have wanted to see, but honestly, I'm not a city girl anyway. Estes Park is beautiful though. It's a small little quaint mountain town with cool shops and restaurants and ...
... white-water rafting." (Something you can do around Vail but not around Boulder.) Our family has never gotten out of a hotel so fast!
The weather was beautiful, but it had rained a fair bit that week, which is the perfect combination for rafting. Our guide was a talkative and friendly girl named Shannon who knew how to fill in the dull spots with interesting conversation. Bottom line, ...