October 30th, 2012
Friday November 23nd in downtown Estes Park
You will NOT want to miss this year’s Christmas parade!!
The weekend will be filled with lots of activities for the whole family
To cap the weekend festivities there will be FIREWORKS on Saturday night .
October 23rd, 2012
We hope you all can come to Estes Park for our Halloween festivities.
The main street (Elkhorn Ave) will close down at 5pm for pedestrian use only.
Trick or Treating will take place between 5:00 – 8:30
Thanks to all our great merchants that open their stores giving candy to all the spooky goblins that dare to enter!
October 16th, 2012
The bighorn sheep are down from the high country! We have about 25 on property today just enjoying the Fall weather. This may mean the weather will be changing. The Big Horn sheep seem to come around more when the weather is to change.
September 29th, 2012
In town for this great workshop ?? Stay with us here at Wildwood Inn and Enjoy our full service Day Spa
Wellness with native plants: Rebecca Luna will lead a workshop Oct. 13th, on making herbal tea with native plants. Registration is limited so call soon. 970-586-6256
Rejuvenate your mind, body and soul with any one of our many treatments like a Silk Body Glow Scrub: Book your appointment at our Day Spa and let our Cosmetologist, Roslee Pike, Pamper and Rejuvenate you.
August 28th, 2012
Estes Park Golf Course is proud to have been recently recognized
as the sixth most beautiful golf course in the United States
by Mitch Kaplan, author of The Golf Book of Lists.
Elk and other wildlife abound at both golf courses so it is not uncommon to share holes with these amazing animals. It is acceptable practice to play through or around the grazing herds that gladly share the greens. Because of the altitude you will find golf in Estes Park enjoyable and at the same time challenging. Do go to the driving range and putting green to gauge the distance of your clubs, as the altitude does make the ball travel more.
August 21st, 2012
Deer Mountain Trail has an altitude gain of 1,080 feet and has an elevation at the destination of 10,010 feet. During this hike you will experience flowery meadows, pine, aspen and conifer-wooded areas providing shade along the way. The forest opens up in a variety of areas to provide you with picturesque scenery of Longs Peak, Ypsilon, and McGregor Mountain. Wildwood Inn sits on 7 acres at the base of McGregor mountain providing our guests the view of Deer Mountain from across the valley.
August 15th, 2012
Hi guys very little cell service so I was checking for the next few days housekeepIng as requested but have not seen it.
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