From epic rock climbs for advanced climbers to leisurely lakeside strolls suitable for families, Rocky Mountain National Park offers a landscape with exploration opportunities for all. This well-loved National Park situated in north central Colorado is known for its jaw-dropping scenery, abundant wildlife, and a wide range of activity options. And situated right on the park’s doorstep is the charming mountain town of Estes Park, which makes for an ideal home base. These Rocky Mountain National Park vacation rentals will provide a comfortable place to land after a day of adventuring in one of nature’s most spectacular playgrounds!
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Features of Our Rocky Mountain National Park Vacation Rentals
Relax and stay awhile in your welcoming vacation rental situated right on the doorstep of Rocky Mountain National Park. The majority of these vacation rentals are private homes, with plenty of space and privacy for enjoying the peace and serenity a mountain getaway affords. Ranging from 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom homes to 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom homes, there’s no shortage here in square footage. Everything you’d imagine in a mountain chalet is accounted for, beginning with the charming wood exterior and the welcoming wrap-around porch that gives the home plenty of curb appeal.
Stepping inside, you’ll be greeted with an open concept great room that is sure to impress. Towering ceilings and an abundance of windows bring the beauty of the outdoors right inside, making everything feel natural and bright. Whether visiting in the winter or summer, the gas fireplace in the living room adds a cozy ambiance to your Colorado evenings. Move easily among the kitchen, living, and dining areas in these open floorplan homes. Pack meals for hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park from the spacious kitchen, where upgraded appliances, cookware, and tableware are provided. Whether eating on the trail or gathering around the spacious dining table, the kitchens in these homes boast plenty of space for prepping and cooking meals.
Rest up for the next day’s adventure from the comfort of the master suite, where in most rentals you’ll find a plush king bed. Many of these vacation rentals near Rocky Mountain National Park also boast a unique loft area or other additional bedrooms. With most rentals accommodating up to eight guests, these Rocky Mountain National Park vacation rentals are ideal for families, couples, and small group getaways.
Rest & Relax
There’s no better way to recover from a challenging hike in Rocky Mountain National Park than to let the steaming jets of your private hot tub sooth your muscles. End a memorable day exploring Rocky Mountain National Park with a leisurely evening spent on your cabin’s sprawling deck. Many of these vacation rentals boast extended outdoor living areas complete with comfortable furnishings pulled up next to an outdoor gas fireplace. Sip a cup of hot cocoa under the stars or take a soothing soak in the private hot tub. Adventure by day and relax by evening in these well-appointed Rocky Mountain National Park vacation rentals!
The Best of Rocky Mountain National Park
Avid hikers will have plenty of room to roam in Rocky Mountain National Park, which boasts 355 miles of hiking trails. And even if you’re not an avid hiker, family-friendly and beginner trails with rewarding views may turn you into one by the end of your stay. So, pack your sturdy hiking shoes and be ready for an adventure on foot!
From flat hikes that loop scenically around a lake, such as the Bear Lake or Lily Lake loops, to all-day treks with serious elevation gain, you’ll find a wide range of hiking options within the park. For something more challenging, consider making the 8.5-mile trek to Chasm Lake or hiking to Ouzel Falls, where you’ll be rewarded with a 40-foot cascade. Whether your hike is long or short, it is well worth it to leave the pavement behind and embrace the beauty of nature within Rocky Mountain National Park!
If you want all the scenery without the physical effort, consider taking a scenic drive that will provide spectacular vistas of the park. Old Fall River Road and Trail Ridge Road are two popular routes you’ll want to be sure to explore. Pack the car with plenty of snacks and a camera and set out on a road trip to be remembered! Trail Ridge Road is a national designated All American Road, providing spectacular scenery along the route. Stretching 48 miles between Estes Park and Grand Lake, you’ll have plenty of miles to soak in the views. And if you don’t want to travel the full length of the road, it’s easy to meander as long as you’d like before turning back to Estes Park. The road climbs around 4,000 feet within minutes from the start, taking travelers through a wide variety of terrain that includes pine forests, subalpine forests of fir and spruce, and alpine tundra. Eventually traveling above the tree line at an elevation near 11,500 feet, spectacular views await on this scenic road trip.
Old Fall River Road is another great route to explore from the comfort of your vehicle. Without the glamour of Trail Ridge Road, which is known for being the highest continuous paved road in the nation, Old Fall River Road is often overlooked. However, this mostly gravel 11-mile-long road offers a journey meant to be savored. Often one-way and dotted with 15-miles-per-hour speed limit signs, Old Fall River Road is for the traveler who wants to get off the beaten path while taking in scenic nature views.
A Colorado fishing license provides access to an abundance of fishing opportunities within the park’s bounds. With numerous lakes and streams at your fingertips, your Rocky Mountain National Park fishing experience is sure to be memorable! Try Sprague Lake for a fishing locale convenient to Estes Park that is zoned as catch-and-keep waters. For more water activities right on your doorstep, take a look at our Rocky Mountain National Park cabins near Estes Park!
Pack a picnic from the comfort of your Rocky Mountain National Park vacation rental or pick up takeout from one of the Estes Park restaurants before heading to Rocky Mountain National Park for a picnic. With over 50 lakes within the park’s bounds, one of the best places to enjoy a picnic lunch is along the scenic waterfront. Sprague Lake is a favorite picnicking spot, and you’ll find plenty of tables here along with amenities such as grills and restrooms.
One of the most breathtaking sights in Rocky Mountain National Park is catching some its large wildlife in action. The park is known for its ease in sighting wildlife such as bighorn sheep, elk, and mule deer, among others. In fact, the park’s abundant wildlife population makes it one of the top wildlife watching locales in the country. So, whether you’re an avid birder or you simply enjoy the fascination of spotting animals you wouldn’t normally see within their natural habitat, be sure to bring your camera along!
Book Your Rocky Mountain National Park Vacation Rental Today
Our Rocky Mountain National Park vacation rentals offer all this and more! At Voyago, we offer vacation rentals that provide prime access to the wonders of Rocky Mountain National Park. Enjoy the crystal-clearwaters of Lake Estes and the town’s charming downtown area all from the comfort of your luxury cabin. Book your dream getaway online today or contact our team at Voyago for more information.