Estes Park Colorado: Mary's Lake Campground & RV Park

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Estes Park, Colorado:

the family and pets to enjoy the great outdoors in our full service campground.
Enjoy the natural mountain setting at Mary’s Lake Campground & RV
where views abound. We are located near Rocky Mountain National Park
and the town of Estes Park. It is a common site to see elk or deer walking
through the campsites or having a drink at the campground pond. Catch your
dinner across the street at Mary’s Lake or enjoy a Wolf Seminar at our
campground on pre-scheduled evenings. The area offers lake fishing, stream
fishing for the fly fishing enthusiast, horseback riding, and trails for the
hiker. You can also play golf on one of the nearby golf courses.

Allow our friendly staff to assist in making reservations for
a Chuck wagon Dinner Show, Breakfast or Dinner Horseback Rides or tours of
the Rocky Mountains. Enjoy cable TV in the comfort of your own RV. Browse
in our convenience store.

  We have a Coleman Taos Camper available for rent. It has 3 separate sleeping areas (sleeps 3 to 5), high density foam bed and seat cushions, a 5 day ice chest and more. Click on link below or image for more information.

        Coleman Taos Camper 
LinkSpot has places small antennas around Mary's Lake Campground and RV Park. These connect your computer via wireless transmission to a high-speed line that routes data to and from the Internet. The only equipment you need is a small, non-proprietary Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) Network Interface Card (NIC). For more information about LinkSpot and connection fees, click on the LinkSpot logo at the left.

Special Event:

Ice Cream Social and Country Music

Bring Your Chairs, Ice Cream Bowl and Dancin' Shoes

Sunday, September 3, 2006

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm for Ice Cream Social 
6:30 pm 'till Dark for Country Music


Ronnie Furr at Mary's LakeICE CREAM SOCIAL: Your choice of large scoop of Chocolate or Vanilla. $1.25 per person. BRING YOUR OWN DISH AND SPOON! At the game room (below the Mary's Lake Campground office). 6:30 to 7:30

COUNTRY MUSIC: Entertainment by Ronnie Furr, Nashville Recording Artist. Ronnie and Terri have been traveling around the country in their 5th wheel trailer sharing with thousands of country fans their original music and a lot of good old favorites. Ronnie sings and plays the guitar while wondering through the crowd getting people to enjoy his friendly personality and Terri works hard on keeping the audience involved.6:30 pm 'till Dark! More about Ronnie Furr


Special Event: Wolf

Seminars - 2006

7:30 pm • $2.50 donation
(All are welcome!)
  • June 10, 2006
  • July 1, 2006
  • Aug 5, 2006
  • Sept 2, 2006
Many people travel to Yellowstone Park, get up before dawn to stand around for hours hoping to get a distant glimpse of a wolf. At this 30 to 45 minute wolf seminar you will get to meet the animals up close and learn about :
  • The wolf family and why the dominant female controls much of the wolf packs life.
  • Why wolves and wolfdogs do not make good pets.
  • Their eating habits. In the wild they do not eat as frequently we do. What else is different?
  • How they hunt and which in the pack are the best hunters.
  • Whether wolves are a danger to humans.
  • Whether their teeth as a big as Little Red Riding Hood said.
Bring your camera and get some excellent pictures without those long telephoto lenses used by professional photographers. Bring a comfy outdoor chair. Wolf jewelry, clothing and books will be available. All fees and proceeds go to supporting the Wolf Sanctuary — they need our support. For more information, visit the Wolf Sanctuary site.

Our Highlights

  • Rocky Mountain National Park
    • Beautiful, majestic mountain peaks surround you where glorious trees, flowing water and wildlife abound. Drive the scenic Trail Ridge.
  • Nearby Estes Park
    • Shop in the many specialty shops in the quaint mountain town of Estes Park or dine at one of the many restaurants ranging from casual to fine dining.
  • Activities
    • View the mountains from the back of a horse or play miniature golf at one of many locations in Estes Park. Rent a bike, drive a go-cart or go river rafting.
  • Museums
    • Visit the many museums in our area, such as: Estes Park Historical Museum, Stanley Hotel, Baldpate Inn, Enos Mills Cabin and MacGregor Ranch.


We are member of:
Colorado Campground and Lodging Owners Association
Estes Park Resort Association
Go Rving
Family Motor Coach Assoc
The National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds  
Estes Park Colorado Info Site