River Spruce Cabins – Lesbian Owned Colorado Vacation Rentals

Author: , February 14th, 2019

River Spruce Cabins

River Spruce Cabins is a magical place to visit on Colorado’s Big Thompson River, whether you’re coming during the winter or in the summer.

When you arrive, unwind by the river and enjoy the serenity and splendor of the outdoors, or enjoy a cozy cabin equipped with all the comforts of home. Your backyard leads into the paths and trails that mark the magnificence of Rocky Mountain National Park.

Estes Park, Colorado offers many things for you to explore and discover when you come here, including the historic, famous Rocky Mountain National Park.

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Swiftcurrent Lodge – Estes Park Gay Friendly Vacation Rental Cabins

Author: , October 25th, 2018

Swiftcurrent Lodge - Estes Park Gay Friendly Vacation Rental Cabins

The Swiftcurrent Lodge is an excellent choice for year-round vacation getaways.

We take pride in our clean & comfortable accommodations, and we have some of the best rates you’ll find in Estes Park. We have 12 units total, 8 have kitchens or kitchenettes, 9 units are riverside, the other 3 units are mere steps away from the river.

We are right on the Big Thompson River with walking/hiking trails into Rocky Mountain National Park only 300 yards from your doorstep.

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Estes Park with Kids – 2TravelDads

Author: , August 15th, 2018

Estes Park with Kids

Colorado is full of all kinds of wonderful small towns, from old mining towns to ski villages, the prairie and the mountains. Our favorite Colorado mountain town is Estes Park. It’s cute, surrounded by epic landscapes and is the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. We escaped the bustle of Denver for four days and have come up with our best activities for families planning to do Estes Park with kids.

If you aren’t into lounging by the pool, Estes Park is going to be your new favorite getaway (and I’m sure there are a few pools to lounge by there too).  Check out our top things to do in Estes Park with kids.

Locale of Estes Park, Colorado

Let’s just say this now, no matter what day you’re heading to Estes Park with kids (or for a grown up getaway) be sure to leave early in the day before rush hour. You’ll no doubt be coming from Denver, and while traffic isn’t half as bad as LA or Seattle, driving on the 25 during peak traffic hours is a lengthy, irritating experience. If you can do the drive against traffic or in off-hours, it should take less than 1.5 hours to get to Estes Park.

Estes Park is set just up into the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The Big Thompson River runs through the town as several small forks, converging just east of the city. This makes getting your bearings in town a little tricky at first, but once you’ve driven through a few times you’re good to go.

By Rob Taylor – Full Story at 2TravelDads

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River Spruce Cabins – Lesbian Owned Estes Park Vacation Rentals

Author: , August 6th, 2017

River Spruce Cabins

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay:

River Spruce Cabins is a magical place to visit on Colorado’s Big Thompson River, whether you’re coming during the winter or in the summer.

When you arrive, unwind by the river and enjoy the serenity and splendor of the outdoors, or enjoy a cozy cabin equipped with all the comforts of home. Your backyard leads into the paths and trails that mark the magnificence of Rocky Mountain National Park.

Estes Park, Colorado offers many things for you to explore and discover when you come here, including the historic, famous Rocky Mountain National Park.

Ancestors of our American Indians were the first to travel through the area as they hunted and made the Rockies their home. In 1859, Joel Estes arrived with his family and started a new life here. Others soon followed to trap, hunt and prospect, but the beauty captivated them and many of them stayed here to raise families.

Estes Park began to grow, in 1917 the town was incorporated. Men like F. O. Stanley, better known as “The Grand Old Man of Estes Park”, invested in the development of Estes and helped open banks, bring electricity to the town, and found the stately Stanley Hotel which opened in 1909 and remains open today.

Estes Park continues to flourish, and is the center of operations for the Colorado Big Thompson Reclamation Project. Having survived two major floods, it has earned the name “Gutsiest Little Town in Colorado.”

We want to invite you to make River Spruce your vacation home away from home – experience the best of both worlds where you can Relax, Reflect and Renew.

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McGregor Mountain Lodge – Estes Park, Colorado

Author: , April 8th, 2017

McGregor Mountain Lodge

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay:

Come and enjoy the serene and peaceful setting of McGregor Mountain Lodge. Just 4 miles from the quaint village of Estes Park, CO, McGregor is surrounded by Rocky Mountain National Park, and only 1/2 mile to the Fall River entrance. Open year-round, guests enjoy the breathtaking majestic mountain views of the Continental Divide, the abundant wildlife that wander through the property, including Elk, Big Horn Sheep, Mule Deer, Coyotes and Foxes and the myriad birds frequenting the feeders at every cabin.

Come escape for a summer paradise, a winter adventure of snowshoeing or back-country skiing, a fall indulgence in the autumn gold and Elk viewing at its best, a spring awakening, or simply soak in the peace and serenity of our slice of heaven while reading a book by the fireplace.

We offer:

  • non-smoking grounds
  • private patios with BBQ’s
  • free High Speed wireless internet throughout
  • a hot tub to soak in
  • warm and inviting lobby to visit
  • wood burning fireplaces
  • kitchens that are fully equipped
  • High Definition, flatscreen TV’s with DVD players are in each cabin or suite

Whether a couples escape, or bringing the entire family, we welcome you!

Dogs are allowed in select cabins for additional charge. Inquire at time of booking.

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Featured Gay Friendly Accommodations: River Spruce Cabins, Estes Park, Colorado

Author: , February 14th, 2014

River Spruce Cabins - Eates Park, ColoradoPeriodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

Cabins on the Big Thompson River: River Spruce is a magical place to visit any time of year. You may unwind by the river and enjoy the serenity and splendor of the outdoors or enjoy a cozy cabin equipped with all the comforts of home. Some have private hot tubs and fireplaces. All have private kitchens and baths. Come relax, reflect, and renew.

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