Festival Site Updates
August 9, 2017
Activity registration deadline!
The deadline for activity registration and payment (if applicable) is postmark Aug. 14. This includes family day, teen bowling, young adult activity, senior brunch and the luncheon for deacons, deaconesses, elders and spouses. Make sure to view the activity descriptions and registration form for more details. It helps our planning tremendously to receive this information on a timely basis.
Also, please remember that one of the main routes into Estes Park is scheduled to be closed in October (Highway 34 from Loveland). The alternate route is Highway 66 west from exit 243 on I-25. This merges at Lyons with Highway 36 coming from Boulder.
July 13, 2017
Feast activity information available
A description of activities for the Estes Park site has been posted. Check out what will be happening and be aware of any events that require advance ticket purchase by viewing the activities and schedule.
June 23, 2017
Travel and fragrance sensitivity
Hello from Colorado! Plans are coming along for the Feast in Estes Park. We look forward to having you here! I need to bring two matters to your attention:
- Highway 34 from Loveland to Estes Park is scheduled to be closed in October. Crews are still working off and on to mitigate flood damage from the 2013 floods. The “detour” is Highway 66 west from exit 243 on I-25. This merges at Lyons with Highway 36 coming from Boulder.
- Please let me know right away if you have need of a fragrance-controlled room for services. I need to know in advance in order to designate how we will use the available rooms.
If you have any questions or if I can help in any way, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com or 719-495-3550.
Take care and travel safely,
May 1, 2017
Hotel name change
Our host hotel, Rocky Mountain Park Inn, has changed its name to Ridgeline Hotel Estes Park. The location of services and the hotel phone number have not changed, just the name of the hotel. For a look at their new website, visit ridgelinehotel.com.
The town of Estes Park is the gateway to one of the most spectacular national parks in the United States, Rocky Mountain National Park. The numerous elk, both in town and surrounding areas, add a millennial atmosphere.
Downtown Estes Park is rather quaint, with many shops and a variety of restaurants along the main street and scattered throughout the area.
Trail Ridge Road, the main route into the national park, tops out at over 12,000 feet and offers spectacular views. It is the highest paved through road in the country. The alternate route is Old Fall River Road. It’s a one-way (from bottom to top) and unpaved road, but it’s easily driven in a passenger car. It terminates at the high elevation visitor center, and you can then return to town via Trail Ridge Road.
The elevation of Estes Park is moderate for Colorado resorts, just 7,500 feet. Our host hotel is the Ridgeline Hotel Estes Park. Meeting space is more than adequate for the approximately 300 people we are expecting. Larger accommodations with kitchens, such as condos, cabins and houses, are available and present the best value. Some of the motels we will be listing are a little less expensive.
From the Denver International Airport, you can expect a driving time of about two hours, perhaps a little less. The fastest route uses Highways 66 and 36. An alternate is Highway 34 up the scenic Big Thompson Canyon, which takes about 45 minutes from Loveland.
Snow is always possible at Feast time in the Colorado Rockies. Come prepared for both cold and moderate weather.
All in all, Estes Park offers a great deal for the 2017 Feast of Tabernacles!
Fragrance-controlled room available: Yes.
Tax rate for accommodations: 10.55 percent.
Closest airport: Denver (DEN), 76 miles.