Father’s Day in Estes Park
Give the man in your life a Father’s Day gift he will always remember! We can help you plan the perfect dad-centered vacation to Estes Park.
Where to Stay
If you live nearby, it’s easy to drive to Estes Park for the weekend and we may be able to help you find last minute lodging! Simply fill out our Lodging Availability Request form and local lodges will contact you via email or phone if they have room.
For those of you who need a little more time to plan a vacation for Dad, our Insider’s Guide to lodging in Estes Park can help you find the perfect place to stay. Imagine his delight when he opens his Father’s Day card to find out you’ve thoughtfully catered a mountain vacation to him!
Dad is sure to enjoy the peace, serenity, and accomplishment of luring a mountain trout! Book a guided fly fishing adventure in the crisp streams of Rocky Mountain National Park or have a friendly guide take you to the best fishing holes in town.
Kirks Mountain Adventures has a full, pro-line fly fishing shop where you can find everything you need from a gift certificate to rods, reels, and waders. Their guided fishing trips come with a fish-catch guarantee and all the gear is included.
Estes Angler has been offering guided fishing since 1993, and they focus their trips around families – so the whole family can fish with dad!
What dad wouldn’t love a gift card to a day of fishing in the Rocky Mountains?
Estes Park has a couple of options for hitting the fairway with Dad while surrounded by the stunning peaks of the Rockies!
If you are up for 18 Holes, the course is located at 1480 Golf Course Rd. You may even share the course with the local elk herd! The greens fee for non-residents is $67. You can reserve a tee-time by visiting the Estes Valley Recreation and Parks District website.
If 9 Holes is more your speed, the course is located at 690 Big Thompson Ave. This course is right next to the picturesque Lake Estes, and is also often visited by our local favorite elk friends. To schedule a tee-time click here.
There’s nothing wrong with a little mini-golf! The Tiny Town Miniature Golf course has been a cherished family tradition in Estes Park for over 60 years. If you get a hole-in-one on the 19th hole, you can even win a free round! It’s open from the end of May to the end of October, from 10:00 am – 8:00 pm.