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River Spruce Cottages

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2334 Hwy 66
Estes Park, CO 80517

Phone:
970-586-4543
Basics
Category:
Cabins / Cottages

Description

Enjoy sitting beneath our spruce trees along the Big Thompson River just outside your comfortably furnished, attractively landscaped cottage. Our river setting is the prettiest in this area and your cottage seating at the riverbank looks across at a thickly wooded area where you can view wildlife walking among the trees and bushes.

Walk or hike from your cottage into beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park.

Each cottage is a fully furnished housekeeping unit with cable TV. Picnic tables and gas grills are available and horseback riding and dining are nearby.

Details

Season:
mid-May to mid-September

Amenities

  • In Room
  • Kitchen
  • General
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Pets Not Allowed

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