If you’re looking for a getaway location for your large group, consider the charming mountain town of Estes Park. With easy access to outdoor activities such as cross-country skiing and hiking, your group can enjoy the outdoors in a variety of ways. Whether it’s a family vacation, a work outing, or a ladies’ weekend, our Estes Park lodging for large groups has much to offer.
Features of Our Estes Park Lodging for Large Groups
The majority of our large group places to stay in Estes Park can accommodate up to 8 guests. If you’re planning a getaway for a larger group, no problem! Our large group cabins are situated in a lakeside community on the shores of Lake Estes, making it easy to secure multiple cabins within close proximity of each other. Your large group will be able to enjoy all the routines of everyday living together, whether you’re preparing a meal in the spacious kitchen or gathering in the living area to play games in the evenings. The kitchens in our large group cabins come fully equipped with enough dinnerware for each person, as well as full appliances and cookware. When it’s time to dig in, your group can gather around the dining table or expand into the outdoor space, where you’ll find a covered patio complete with additional furniture, a BBQ grill, and even a private jacuzzi. This outdoor space doubles as additional living space, especially in months with mild weather. The log walls and beamed ceiling of the interior create a cozy space for your group to play games or watch a movie in the evening. The great room boasts two-story ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, resulting in a more open, light-filled space than an ordinary cabin.
When it comes time for sleeping, your large group can spread out and enjoy private sleeping quarters. Many of our large group places to stay in Estes Park boast multiple master suites, allowing for maximum privacy between guests.
Activities in Estes Park for Large Groups
With a setting right along picturesque Lake Estes, your large group can enjoy easy access to nearby activities. In summer, take advantage of the water’s proximity with a day of boating around the lake.The Lake Estes Marina, situated at the northeastern end of the lake, offers a variety of rentals that will allow you to greater enjoy your time on the water. Rent kayaks, paddle boards, paddle boats, canoes, and pontoon boats all conveniently at the marina, and spend warm summer days paddling and exploring. Lake Estes boasts 185 surface acres and four miles of shoreline, offering plenty of room to roam. The sandy shoreline also invites children to play at the water’s edge, a great place to cool off on sunny days.
The trail that encircles the lake also provides opportunities for walking, jogging, or cycling, all the while taking in scenic views of the mountains and water.
The trail is just under four miles in length, offering scenic views of the lake and surrounding mountains. Bikes and pedal carts are available for rent at the marina, offering an additional way to enjoy the scenic path.
Downtown Estes Park offers something for everyone, and this walkable town is perfect for large groups, negating the need to repeatedly load and unload multiple vehicles to get from point to point. The visitor’s center is a good place to start on your self-guided tour of downtown Estes Park. The knowledgeable staff here can provide information and tips on the best places to see and do in the area as well as updates on current conditions. As an added bonus, the visitor’s center is situated in a beautiful building that boasts an entire wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, unveiling panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. Elk can often be spotted in the field across from the visitor’s center, particularly during the fall mating season. While they are used to human onlookers, these wild animals should still be treated with respect and caution.
From the visitor’s center, walkers gain easy access to the town’s riverwalk, a paved path that meanders throughout the downtown area, following the scenic course of the river. Along the riverwalk, there are plenty of stop-off points, including shops, restaurants, and bars. Browse the boutiques and shops of Estes Park’s downtown, shop the latest outdoor gear, and fuel up with a meal at one of the many restaurants the town offers. The area is particularly known for its wild game meats, which will be of interest to any foodie. Dishes that include elk, bison, boar, buffalo, and yak can all be found in restaurants throughout town, inviting you to into the world of adventurous eating.
Estes Park’s scenic Lake Estes and charming downtown have something to offer everyone in your group!
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At Mountain Village at Lake Estes, we offer a luxurious cabin experience perfect for your large group getaway! Browse our Estes Park lodging for large groups today.