Rams Horn Village Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Rams Horn Village Resort Estes Park
Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... br> We finally arrived in Estes Park and headed to the YMCA, yep staying at the Y and it is huge. Our lodge has 150 rooms and there are five lodges, another three up in the hills and more cabins and bunk houses. On checking in we were told the most important news, the pool is open, really good news at 2300m and 10 degrees. Our room has no TV, so they rely on the views and the elk to keep you entertained. Yep, ...
... a retired high school science teacher who taught in Southwestern City Schools in Columbus! We decided not to go to the higher elevations today and not take any long hikes as there are afternoon storms pretty regularly this time of year. So we decided to hike around Sprague Lake a 1/2 mile level path and then decide what to do next. This lake is at 8700 feet. Sprague is a partially man-made lake where there used to be a private lodge run by ...
... I also managed to get eaten alive by killer mozzies who bit me so badly my head and both arms swelled horribly – I looked like Quasimodo!
Today was a peaceful day by comparison – a Monday in May when the weather was forecast to be wet did not seem to be appealing to too many people; as it happens it did not rain extending my ‘dry spell to just 4 days rain in 45 days away. A quick call into the visitor centre to get some advice from the as ever ...
... Honey Boo Boo. Yoikes. You shouldn’t really leave your jaw open that long! So now Jym keeps saying “redneckinize” and he was talking about the pig that they made her give up. Jym says “I want a pet pig”. I said “you have me” and he said “I want a pig that doesn’t talk back.” LOL.
We watched an episode of the Colbert Report and he was talking about the new USA Today logo which is ...
... off we went, and it was, indeed, a very nice spot. We ate our lunch, contemplated (and photographed, because we just don't have enough pictures of Golden Mantled Ground Squirrels) the wildlife, and then headed back to Denver.
Weather luck held. The clouds were amassing from early this morning, and by about noon there were numerous rain storms over the high mountains. If we had left the Alpine Visitor's Center for today, we would not have ...