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Loveland Heights Cottages

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2542 Big Thompson Avenue
Estes Park, CO 80517

Cabins / Cottages
18 cabins


Are you looking for a different kind of vacation experience? Tired of the hustle and bustle of the Big City? Now you can step back in time and treat yourself and your family to the old world charm (with modern conveniences) of Loveland Heights Cottages.

Imagine 22 acres of pine and aspen trees with 18 quaint cottages nestled along the banks of the Big Thompson River. The Old Log Cabin is the oldest cabin on the upper Big Thompson (built in 1898) and it has a deck that hangs over the river, as do many of the other cabins. The rest of the cabins were built many years later, Loveland Heights Cottages started with that one Log Cabin many years ago.

You can enjoy Fishing, Hiking, a Picnic, a quiet stroll down our Beautiful New River Walk or we are just 6 miles from the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park and 4 miles from Estes Park.

We have one, two and three bedroom cottages with fully equipped kitchens (all you need to bring is your food). We are one of the best vacation values in the Rocky Mountains with cabins starting at just $70.00 a day. Of course you might have to share your picnic with the many Elk and Deer that think our Beautiful lawn area is the best ever.


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18 cabins


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