Attractions

Ranch in Estes Park

MacGregor Ranch Museum

In 1872 Alexander and Clara MacGregor arrived in Estes Park and settled beside Black Canyon Creek near Lumpy Ridge. Their granddaughter Muriel MacGregor bequeathed the ranch as an educational trust upon her death. I…
Museum in Estes Park

Estes Park Museum

This ambitious community museum has a commendable rotation of exhibits on local culture. It’s not only corny Ice Age mannequins either – you can also sit under the stars and listen to recorded histories in the main …
Cable Car in Estes Park

Ariel Tramway

In the time you wait to be herded aboard a tram to the top of Prospect Mountain, you could have climbed Lily Mountain on your own two feet, but the tram is a good option for those with modest ambitions or special ne…
Park in Estes Park

Bond Park

This public park is centrally located and has a few picnic tables.