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Estes Valley Community Center

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Debbie
Debbie
October 10, 2019
Not all things fun and Estes Park need to be outdoors. Kids and adults well enjoy a dip in the leisure pool, a cruise along the lazy river, a soak in the soothing hot tub, or a spin down the waterslide. Adults can also work out, play golf on the simulator, get in a few games of pickleball, or take a…
Erinn
Erinn
October 30, 2018
Wonderful pool for the kids!
Katherine
Katherine
July 31, 2018
New in 2018, the Community Center offers 2 swimming pools for family fun. One of the pools offers a great play area for toddlers along with a water tube and floating river. They offer basketball courts, ping pong, pickle ball along with state of the art work out equipment. A visiting family can…

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Hotel
“Great place to take the kids on a rainy day to do a craft in the summer. There is plenty of YMCA staff there to help complete a craft in a short afternoon. Check out the website for other activities. ”
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Point of Interest
“The Estes Park Aerial Tramway was designed and built by Robert Heron. Mr. Heron became involved with tramway during World War Two. The 10th Mountain Division contracted the engineering company Mr. Heron worked for to design a portable tramway for use in Italy and Germany. The task was assigned to Mr. Heron. A book entitled “The Tramway Builders”, by Philip A. Lunday and Charles M. Hampton gives the history about these tramways and the men who built them. After the war Mr. Heron traveled to Europe to study the tramways and became more fascinated with their design and capabilities. Because of the steep terrain, many trams in Europe do not require any towers to support the wire ropes. The entire length is a free span between the bottom and the top stations. The Estes Park Aerial Tramway utilizes this design. A free span is fairly uncommon in the United States and this type of design affords a very smooth ride. Mr. Heron also became one of the pioneering chair lift builders for the United States ski industry and built the first double chair lift in this country. The Estes Park Aerial Tramway opened to the public in July, 1955. Since then it has safely carried more than 3 million people to the summit of Prospect Mountain. The tramway is still owned and operated by the Heron family. May 25th to September 2nd Open 9 am-6pm daily”
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Restaurant
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Restaurant
“One of our favorites for Happy Hour 4-6. Great burgers and small plates. Good spot to watch sports. ”
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Point of Interest
“Estes Park family entertainment center at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. * Grand Prix Go-Karts * 36 Holes Mini Golf * Bumper Boats * Krazy Bumper Kars * Miniature Train * Water Wars * Batting Cages * Extreme Trampoline **Check the website for a coupon offering.”
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Locatie
Estes Park, CO 80517
Telefoonnummer(970) 586-8191
Websiteevrpd.com
Status openingstijdenOpen · Closes 9:00 PM