General Campground Information
Check-in / out
Deluxe Cabin Departure Checklist-Departure time 11 A.M.
2. Remove food from refrigerator, freezer and microwave.
3. Open windows - Open curtains
4. Take recycling bag to recycle bins and sort.
5. Take trash bags to dumpsters in front of campground.
6. RETURN key to FRONT DESK or the KEY DROP outside the front door of store.
After Hours Check In
If you open this box, there will be a envelope with the name of the reservation on it, Inside this envelope there will be a map showing where your site is and how to get there. Then you can come and register in the morning.
The dumpsters are located on either side of the main entrances.
Extra Cars Per Site
Deluxe Cabins Linens
If you are staying with us for a long period and need a towel change, please bring your towels to the front desk. We will happily give you a clean set.
Firepits and firewood
Ice Cream Socials and Pancake Breakfasts
Firearms and Fireworks
Meet Your Hosts
Welcome to Estes Park!We've been happy campers for a long time. Much of our family camping experiences have been in Wisconsin. When our children became travel-worthy, we made several multi-state trips to national parks. Greg was in scouting and has always loved life outdoors. Peri studied outdoor recreation and park administration in college, camped as a child with her family, and has worked in a variety of state, federal and municipal park settings.
Our Daughter, Jamie, worked at O'Connells Jellystone campground for two years. In 2016, she learned about campground management from the owner of Smokey Hollow Campground in Wisconsin. Jamie enjoys acting, playing Xbox, reading, bicycling, woodworking, and just being outdoors. Mark, 19, enjoys camping, Minecraft, riding bicycles, swimming, fishing, doing puzzles and eating pizza. We are excited about our new life in Estes Park, Colorado. Rocky Mountain National Park offers water, woods, and hills to explore for many years!