River Spruce Cabins

River Spruce Cabins

Lesbian Owned Cabin in Estes Park, Colorado, USA


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2334 St. Hwy 66, Estes Park, Colorado, 80517, USA

Contact(s): Shelley, Wendye
Phone: 1 970 586-4543
Cell: 1 970 443-4100

Lesbian Owned Cabin - 8 rental units
Bisexual, Gay Men, Lesbian, Straight, Transgender

High Season: Summer, Winter
PR Discount: $5/night - Mention PURPLE ROOFS. Not combinable
General Discount: None
Agent Commission: None

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Payment: Cash, Check, Debit Card, MC, Money Order, Visa

Amenities Private Bath * Disability: No Access * Wireless in Room * Entire Facility is Nonsmoking * River views * Breakfast included * Children Welcome * No Pets

ESTES PARK CABINS ON BIG THOMPSON RIVER


Welcome to Estes Park's River Spruce Cabins, a magical place to stay on Big Thompson River in the Colorado Rockies. Come visit us during the winter or in the summer - we're a beautiful place to be all year round.

Estes Park is the perfect place to relax and unwind by the river. At River Spruce Cabins, you'll enjoy the peace and beauty of the outdoors.

Your cozy cabin is equipped with all the comforts of home.

Estes Park, Colorado has so many things for you to see and do while you're here. Just outside your door, you'll find paths and trails through the amazing beauty of Rocky Mountain National Park.

Ancestors of our American Indians were the first to travel through this forested area as they hunted and made the Rockies their home.

Later, in 1859, Joel Estes arrived with his family and started a new life by the river. 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, and 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 invite you to make River Spruce your vacation home away from home - experience the best of both worlds in the Colorado Rockies, where you can Relax, Reflect and Renew.


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