August 13 through August 31, 2017
September 4 through September 14, 2017
Book Your Stay: Call 800-229-4676, Extension 0
The last two weeks of August and first two weeks of September are ideal times to vacation in Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. When the kids are back in school, things in town slow down and everything is less crowded – from the entrance gates at Rocky Mountain National Park, to the Bear Lake parking lot and hiking trails, to the downtown restaurants and shops. Trail Ridge Road is open as are local attractions in and around Estes Park.
To make your stay even more enjoyable, The Cabins at Rams Horn Village Resort is offering 20% off stays of four or more days. Our premium cabins with full kitchens and fireplaces accommodate from two to six people. Our pool and hot tubs are open. We’re just four minutes to the Rocky Mountain National Park main entrance and the same distance to downtown Estes Park. More on our Cabins. See our Cabin Amenities.
To check prices and availability for your specific dates call Rams Horn Village Resort at 800-229-4676, Extension 0.
Details: Discounts apply to new reservations only. Special offers cannot be combined.
Adventurers Welcome …
The late August, early September timeframe is within the window of when it’s possible to “hike” to the summit of Longs Peak. Snow is sufficiently melted to make it to the top without technical climbing gear. Keep in mind, this is a hike for experienced hikers – 14 miles, 5,000 ft. elevation gain, and walks along sheer cliffs. But summiting Longs Peak is an experience you’ll never forget. When you return to Rams Horn Village Resort, you can enjoy a soak in one of our three outdoor hot tubs.
If sheer cliffs are not your thing, Rocky Mountain National Park has 300+ miles of other scenic hiking trails, many of which have no elevation gain at all.
Finally, if all you’d like to do is relax with a good book this August or September, as the photos below indicate, we’ve got you covered. The Cabins at Rams Horn Village Resort are designed for living in the glorious outdoor spaces of the Colorado Rockies.