Scenic surroundings and a landscape full of amazing attractions make Rocky Mountain National Park perfect for weddings. Beautiful meadows fill the park’s terrain, offering an aesthetic appeal ideal for such memorable functions. Besides being perfect hosting grounds, Rocky Mountain National Park features numerous hiking trails winding past scenic spots. Since the conditions are always conducive all year long, you can enjoy a trekking excursion on these trails before or after the big day. To prepare for this day, you can stay at one of our Rocky Mountain National Park wedding rentals featuring excellent amenities. You can book one of these properties that range from multi-bedroom units to one-bedroom homes catering to you and the wedding guests. Here is more on what to expect when staying in one of these wedding rentals.
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Luxury by the Mountain
Lying within Front Range, a mountain range of its eponymous attraction, Rocky Mountain National Park features an immediate surrounding that brings out mountain living. Our wide collection of properties sits amidst this surrounding, blending perfectly to offer luxurious cabin living. Given that our property portfolio is diverse, you may rest assured that you and your guests will get a suitable rental. Such assurance not only stems from the availability of numerous rentals, but also from the remarkable designs both indoors and outdoors.
You can tell how such a claim is the case by how the exterior of any of these wedding rentals stands out in this mountainous environment. If beauty is anything to go by, you can rest assured that all our rentals pass the aesthetics test. Several of these rentals also offer added amenities to the exterior such as, hot tubs, patios, and backyards. You can enjoy grilling with your friends at the backyard of your booked Rocky Mountain National Park wedding rental. Better yet, you can dunk in the hot tub with your friends for a chitchat or a session of reminiscing about the past.
The interiors of our wedding Rocky Mountain vacation rentals ooze luxury and comfort. You can attest to the truth of this claim the moment you step into one of these wedding rentals. Large floor-to-ceiling windows offer natural lighting and vistas of the mountainous backdrop. Cozy and exquisite sofas facing a fireplace and flatscreen TV sit next to these windows. Such a combination of remarkable outdoor views with an ambient indoor atmosphere enhance relaxation.
The kitchen area also plays part in transcending the comfort and exquisiteness. Features like cabinets come in a variety depending on the interior design of your rental. Having such diverse options means that you don’t have to settle for less. The cookware also tucks neatly with the cabinets, making it convenient for you when preparing a meal. The kitchenettes also feature breakfast bars and dining tables spacious enough for large number of guests.
Bedrooms also claim their fair share of comfort and luxury. These aspects are notable by the types of beds used, the type of bedding, and the interior décor of these rooms. The rooms can host up to six guests at a time, with several saving space for pets. There’s also a flatscreen television in this area, which offers extended entertainment enjoyable through the complimentary Wi-Fi. Baths featuring the necessary amenities such as washers and dryers are also close to these rooms. These bathrooms come in a variety ranging from walk-in showers to tubs. You can take a refreshing bath in one of these bathrooms before or after your wedding day to prep or relax your body.
While the Rocky Mountain National Park acts as the apt destination for memorable events, its adventure-filled landscape that makes it an incredible place to visit. Tourists flock to this Colorado gem to try various activities. Since the park features numerous trails, the most sought-after activity in the area is hiking. Before embarking on your trekking adventure, you can liaise with the visitor center at the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center to get an overview of the park and its trails.
You can hike the Trail Ridge Road which debuted in 1932, standing the test of time by remaining sensational to this day. The trek begins at Estes Park stretching to Grand Lake. You can enjoy wildlife watching or beautiful sceneries at look-out points along the 48-mile-long trail. Another hiking trail worth exploring is the Emerald Lake Trailhead. This fascinating road winds past several of the park’s notable attractions such as Bear Lake, Tyndall Creek, Nymph Lake, and Dream Lake. Apart from passing through these scenic waterbodies, the trail offers magnificent vistas of Hallett Peak, Flattop Mountain, and Longs Peak before reaching the Emerald Lake, a unique subalpine waterbody.
Another way of taking in the scenic landscape of Rocky Mountain National Park is by enjoying a drive in any of the roads featured in the park. Old Falls River Road offers travelers such a scenic driving experience as it passes past several of the park’s interesting attractions. This 11-mile-long, one-way road opened in 1920, bringing drivers closer to the park’s nature and its perks ever since. The route takes you from Horseshoe Park to Fall River Pass, switching between different terrains. Since the road features different terrains drivers have to maintain low speed. The upside of driving at a low speed on this road is the availability of fascinating attractions such as waterfalls and foliage along the way.
Apart from exploring Rocky Mountain National Park by foot or car, you can check out the amazing institutions lying in the park. Holzwarth Historic Site, a preserved ranch in the Rockies is one of these fascinating historical spots worth visiting. This attraction enables visitors to familiarize themselves with the lives of Holzwarth Family, one of the 20th century homesteaders. The family moved to the Rockies in the early 1900s and made a living from milling lumber and ice cutting. Since the area kept on experiencing an influx of travelers, the family sold the property to the Nature Conservancy.
Like all parks and preserves, Rocky Mountain National Park features little in terms of food. The park has few stores, which sell energy-boosting snacks for hikers. However, the park’s eastern getaway town, Estes Park makes up for the lack of restaurants in the attraction. You can try out several of the establishments in the area such as Dunraven for seafood and The Egg of Estes for yummy French toast.
Bordering the western side of Rocky Mountain National Park is the magnificent Grand Lake, Colorado’s largest natural waterbody. Lying on the shores of this interesting lake is a small town known as the Grand Lake Town. This generally less-populated locale also boasts an impressive amount of eating establishments. You can dine in any of these eateries to explore the satiating Western cuisine served by these Colorado restaurants. These establishments include Sagebrush BBQ & Grill for tasty barbecue or enjoy fine dining at the Historic Rapids Lodge & Restaurant. You can take your partner to the latter since it’s perfect for a romantic dinner occasion.
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Since it features beautiful sceneries and thrilling adventures all year long, Rocky Mountain National Park is the perfect ground for a wedding. The amazing backdrop and ambient atmosphere make it a jackpot for these kinds of celebrations. Besides that, our amazing wedding rentals in this area offer excellent accommodation spots that can host different sizes of guests. Reach out to us today to book one of these spots for accommodation purposes during your Rocky Mountain National Park wedding.