Near the west entrance to the park. Good place to pick up a map of the park and get information. Good bathrooms. We saw some moose outside the center when we were there
The young woman was very personable and gave exactly the information we needed . She pointed out many of the viewpoints along the road that she thought would be interesting for us . There is also a small gift shop and displays of some of the animals you may encounter in the park . They also offer a show frequently... 更多
This center is very nice, clean and well stocked with information about the park. The workers in the center are very friendly and helpful. Many things to do at the center during the summer and many ranger led programs to take part in.
One of the smallest visitor centers in Rocky Mountain National Park. Very nice displays on wildlife and natural attractions. Clean bathrooms. The center does not sell passes you have to buy them at the Ranger Gate Entrance to park. For those over age 62, ask for the National Parks Lifetime Senior Pass for $10. We visited the park a couple... 更多
Well staffed center with good directions and many offerings of trails and outdoor activities. Open much longer than more elevated centers in the Rocky Mountain National Park. Very helpful staff and much information.
Ok. We are what I would consider novice hikers with some athletic ability. We asked for a scenic hike similar to the one we did in Estes park to see Dream Lake and the other two close to it (which were like heaven on earth, it was hard to digest the beauty.) The ranger sent us on a 9 mile... 更多
The facility was pretty nice, but Harry Canon (one of the rangers working there) was very crochety and did not appreciate children in the visitor's center. He seemed completely overwhelmed by the kids that were in there. We had 4 kids in there (who were fairly well behaved) and were asked by him if we could control a kid that... 更多
Stop here before heading into the park from Grand Lake. Be sure to watch one (or both!) of the available films on the park and the 2015 centennial. Nice theatre with comfortable seating. Exhibits are more about activities in the park (more than ecosystems or scientific research). Rangers are happy to provide junior ranger booklets (free!) to kids of all... 更多