Easter is celebrated on March 31 in 2024, and if you have been housebound for too long after the end of year holidays of 2023, it may be time to plan an Easter getaway to Estes Park, as well as a stay in our comfortable and welcoming Voyago Vacation Rentals holiday hideaways. Offering a mountain flavor to your holiday activities, Estes Park is known for its beauty and serenity, two qualities that should accompany every Easter Celebration. This guide to the top ways to celebrate our favorite spring holiday will help you fill your itinerary with fun, wonder, and excitement.

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Our Sunrises Will Wow

Whether you are getting up early to participate virtually in your own home church’s sunrise celebration or you are just too excited to sleep, a sunrise in Estes Park is destined to feed your soul with a beauty and peace that you never knew it needed. Bundle up warmly, as spring temps can still be quite chilly, and head out to your east-facing patio to witness the marvel of Mother Nature’s greatest performance, or if the patio of your cabin isn’t facing the right direction or you are just too cold to step outdoors, chances are the floor-to-ceiling windows in your cozy living room will frame the sunrise to perfection. Start a fire for extra warmth, snuggle under a blanket, and let the fire in the sky do its magic. Still feeling sleepy? Head back to the comforts of your warm and magical bed for a few more zzzz’s before officially starting your day!

Brunch of Champions

Well, maybe that phrase doesn’t have the same musical flow as the more well-known breakfast of champions, but we think brunch is much more civilized, don’t you? After your brief refresher sleep, a brunch at Bird & Jims, located at 915 Moraine Avenue, is destined to be a celebration in itself. Offering elevated brunch choices that include Apple-Chicken Sausage Benedict and Buffalo-n-Eggs (a dish made with buffalo jalapeño sausage), their Bacon Bloody is the ONLY way to wash down your brunch of champions, in our humble opinions. Or, should you not want to venture out on this cold and probably snowy March morn, our fully equipped kitchens are up to the challenge of preparing an Easter brunch at home!

The Annual Hunt

The first words out of your children’s mouth when you told them you were taking Easter on the road this year most definitely were, “But what about the Easter Bunny?” The list of official Easter egg hunts in Estes Park hasn’t been released yet, but in past years, many local churches have sponsored a few, as has the local YMCA, so we are pretty sure there will be more of the same. Additionally, whether there is an official egg hunt or not, our holiday hideaways offer plenty of hiding spots for the eggs you may have colored at their dining room tables the night before. The kitchens we mentioned earlier aren’t there just to hold your beer, wine, and snacks, the cabinets contain pots for boiling all the eggs you need.

What About the Baskets?

Of course, the Easter Bunny has to bring a basket, and if you didn’t pack your own candy and treats, there is no better place to find the sweets you treat than the Old Fashioned Candy and General Store, located at 184 E Elkhorn Avenue # E. To be perfectly honest, we would recommend this store even if you weren’t looking for candy to fill Easter baskets, especially as THIS is the store that holds the candies of your memories, as well as the candy your kids know and love!

Winter Sports for the Win

Estes Park is known for being a Colorado mountain town that doesn’t rely on a ski resort to be popular and exciting, but if you want to combine a ski trip with your comfortable stay in our rentals, Eldora Mountain Resort is located just 47 miles away in the town of Nederland, and ski season isn’t expected to close until the middle of April. If you want to stick close to home, however, there are plenty of winter sport activities you can participate in, including sledding on a former ski trail off Trail Ridge Road in the Rocky Mountain National Park, ice skating on Dorsey Pond at the YMCA of the Rockies, and snow shoeing just about anywhere you like!

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The warmth of our holiday havens will drive away any chill the still wintry weather will bring, ensuring that Easter in Estes Park 2024 will be one you remember for years to come. Memories are made with Voyago, so be sure to reserve your favorite escape today!

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Easter is a time of renewal, rebirth, and rejuvenation, making it a perfect time to spend with family and friends in the beautiful outdoors of Estes Park, Colorado. Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Estes Park is a popular destination for those seeking adventure, relaxation, and natural beauty. With its stunning landscapes, world-class hiking trails, and a variety of outdoor activities, Estes Park offers something for everyone during the Easter season. Whether looking for a peaceful getaway or an action-packed vacation, Estes Park is the perfect place to celebrate Easter.

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One of the most popular activities in Estes Park during Easter is hiking. The Rocky Mountain National Park, located just minutes from Estes Park, offers a range of trails for hikers of all levels. From easy nature walks to challenging alpine hikes, there is a trail for everyone to explore. If hiking isn’t your thing, there are plenty of other outdoor activities to enjoy during Easter in Estes Park. You can try your hand at fishing in one of the many mountain lakes or streams, take a scenic drive through the park, or even go on a wildlife-watching tour to spot elk, deer, and other native animals.

After a day spent exploring the great outdoors, you can relax and unwind at one of the many local spas or hot springs. Soak in the natural mineral waters of the area and let your troubles melt away as you bask in the warmth and relaxation of these soothing waters. For those looking for more excitement, Estes Park also offers a range of adventure activities such as zip-lining, rock climbing, and mountain biking. Even guided tours can take you on a thrilling whitewater rafting trip down the nearby rivers.

Estes Park also has a variety of unique attractions, such as The Stanley Hotel, made famous by Stephen King’s novel “The Shining,” which offers ghost tours and other spooky events during the Easter season. You can also take a trip back in time by visiting the Historic Park Theatre, a restored movie house from the 1920s. Another popular attraction in Estes Park is the Estes Park Aerial Tramway, which takes visitors on a scenic ride up to the top of Prospect Mountain. You can enjoy panoramic views of the town, the mountains, and the surrounding valleys from the summit.

Aside from exciting activities and attractions, Estes Park also hosts a variety of Easter-themed events and activities throughout the season. You can attend an Easter egg hunt, take part in a springtime craft fair, or even watch the Easter sunrise from a mountain peak.


When it comes to dining in Estes Park, there are many options to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a cozy café or a fine dining experience, there is something for everyone. Local favorites include fresh, locally sourced cuisine and a variety of craft beers and spirits.

At Voyago Vacation Rentals, we have a wide range of vacation rentals equipped with full kitchens, perfect for families and groups of friends who prefer to stay in and cook. Grocery stores like Safeway and Estes Park Health Market offer everything from fresh produce and meats to specialty items like local honey and artisanal cheeses. Visitors can enjoy a homemade Easter brunch in the comfort of their rental, creating a fun and memorable way to spend time with family and friends without fighting crowds at a restaurant. Enjoy your meal outside in the beautiful mountain scenery with options like outdoor grills and picnic areas.


Shopping in Estes Park is a unique and enjoyable experience, offering visitors a variety of boutiques, specialty shops, and galleries to explore. One of the most popular shopping destinations in Estes Park is the downtown area, which features numerous shops selling everything from handcrafted jewelry to local artwork and souvenirs. You can also find various outdoor gear stores, candy shops, bookstores, and several antique and vintage shops. Many of the shops in Estes Park offer one-of-a-kind items, making it a great place to find a special gift or souvenir to remember your trip.

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Spending Easter in Estes Park, Colorado, is an unforgettable experience that offers something for everyone. From hiking and outdoor activities to dining and unique attractions, there are endless ways to enjoy the Easter season in this beautiful mountain town. Whether you enjoy exploring the great outdoors or relaxing in a cozy vacation rental, Estes Park is the perfect place to celebrate Easter with your family and friends. Contact the team at Voyago Vacation Rentals to find the perfect Estes Park vacation property for your upcoming getaway. We offer a large selection of rentals, ranging from two-bedroom cabins to four-bedroom cabins. We can’t wait to see you soon!

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