How to use Estes Park in a sentence
Caldwell said he and his family have been evacuated from their Estes Park, Colorado, home three times in the past five years due to wildfires, and another blaze ripped through the forest surrounding his house in Yosemite.A Morning Scramble with John Hickenlooper and Tommy Caldwell | aweinberg | November 5, 2021 | Outside Online
She quickly began seeking out cycling opportunities near her home base in Estes Park, Colorado.Quinn Brett Is the First Adaptive Cyclist to Complete the Tour Divide | agintzler | July 29, 2021 | Outside Online
Most visitors to Rocky Mountain National Park, for instance, choose Estes Park as their launching-off point and fill the local hotels, restaurants and streets to overflowing.Higher prices and hard-to-find reservations: What to know about outdoor adventures this summer | Amanda Loudin | May 6, 2021 | Washington Post
Estes Park has loads of take-out options, like Bird and Jim, Café de Pho Thai, and Kind Coffee.7 Tranquil Airbnbs Near Winter-Friendly National Parks | Megan Michelson | December 11, 2020 | Outside Online
In the midst of unfathomable destruction (and stench), Estes Park—and many more towns in Colorado—was standing strong.Colorado Residents Fighting to Save Their Flooded Homes | Abby Haglage | September 18, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
In Estes Park we stayed three days, fishing, running up to timber line as preliminary exercise, and writing letters.Bill's School and Mine | William Suddards Franklin
These Estes Park trips commonly were made on horseback, though a few were by wagon.
My busiest day was crowded with two wagon trips and one horseback trip to Estes Park, then a moonlight climb to the summit.
The Estes Park region embraces about one hundred square miles, though only one third of this is open.
Estes Park, in Colorado, is one of the most attractive as well as the best known of the mountain parks.