Archive for April, 2011

“Mother – Ducker” Special

Monday, April 25th, 2011

May 6th – May 8th


Stay with us – for 2 nights and receive 20% Off

Race on us – Receive 1 FREE Duck Race Ticket for EVERY night booked

Shop with them – The Surprise Sidewalk Sales at our local downtown merchant shops

** Offer good for stays during May 6 – May 8 only; You must mention this special at the time of booking and is subject to availability**

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Add our QR Code #1

Saturday, April 23rd, 2011

We invite you to scan our QR codes for your convenience, using your camera phone. If you have not yet downloaded your QR reader than do it NOW. This is the up and coming way to put our information in your phone so it will be available to you with one click. Choose 1 or all 3 of our QR codes to store in your device. Watch for our mobile website coming this Fall.

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Spring time in Rocky Mountain National Park

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

The beautiful 7 acres that Wildwood Inn is located on and which borders Rocky Mountain National Park is really starting to green up. With the much needed moisture the mountain sides are turning from their winter brown to their spring time green. The wildlife are certainly enjoying Wildwood Inn’s office lawn turning green as they make it their lunch stop just about every day.

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Bobcat on the way to work

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

Wow what a place we live in. Beautiful Estes Park! It never surprises me what I am see on my way to work or at work for that matter. Today it was on the way to work and of course I only had my camera on my phone so I couldn’t get the best up close picture, but it is still amazing. You never know what we will see next.  We heard that just up behind the Wildwood Inn property there has been mountain lion activity so keep your eyes peeled!

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Saturday, April 9th, 2011

Experience Wildwood Inn

Who was the first man and women to climb Longs Peak?

Thursday, April 7th, 2011

Send us your guesses – For those of you who do not know about Longs Peak it is a mountain that towers over the Estes Park area reaching 14,259 feet. Many of our Estes Park lodging guests make reaching the summit of this fabulous mountain their goal for their vacation. The snow capped peak is admired through out the Estes Park valley and beyond.

Who was the first man and the first women to climb Longs Peak? Submit your guess to – Wildwood Inn

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