Yes, summer really is coming! In the middle of this winter that is hard for most of us to grasp. Just look at the picture of the couple enjoying the peace and quiet of the riverside in Summer. This could be you! Close your eyes, take a deep breath and I will bet you can hear the water softly bubbling as it flows by and feel the soft summer breeze gentling waving the aspen leaves. It is time to make plans to join us for a visit to the mountains. We look forward to welcoming you back or if this is your first visit to us we are delighted to have you come share our mountains. Please call us and we will help with reservations whenever you want to come.
Remember to come up US 34 through Loveland or Colorado 7 from Lyons to Estes Park. Don't use US 36 for the next few weeks as the contractors are doing permanent repairs of the flood damage which necessitates some lengthy delays.
Come and enjoy our mountains with us.
Cross over Fall River on our Covered Bridge to the peaceful mountain vacation that awaits you. First, nestle into your cozy cabin, suite or room. Then take a walk or fish along the river, hike up our mountainside that leads into Rocky Mountain National Park, sit out on the deck or patio to spot the Elk, Deer, Wild Turkeys, chipmunks, Red Fox or feathered friends who visit us regularly. Lastly, relax in a hot tub, read by a crackling fire and then retire to the rippling waters of Fall River. Your magical experience begins now with a warm “Castle” welcome!
Did you ever wonder how a lodge like Castle Mountain Lodge came into being? You may be surprised to learn not only the original owners and developers, Igor and Irene Polevitzky, but subsequent owners Jim and Gerry Wenger, and current owner Warren (and his late wife Ruth) all started out by vacationing in Estes Park. Sound familiar? In 1947 Igor and Irene Polevitzky came to Estes Park for a vacation. They stayed at Voelkel’s Glacier Lodge, now known as Glacier Lodge. They fell in love with the Estes Park area, begin looking for land to buy, and the rest, as they say, is history