I visited Estes Park in Colorado back in 1989, and it was simply beautiful. I stayed for the weekend at a 4H campground and took a horseback trail tour which took about 3 to 4 hours over a lower portion of the mountian. The views of the snow capped Rocky's along with the green valleys were amazing. The Roosevelt National Forest surround the village of Estes park and there is more than enough to see and do there! If camping isn't for you there are cabins and condos and lodges. Also there is hiking, water sports, biking, golfing, sking, city and nature tours, and of course horseback riding just to name a few. Many hotels and lodges do supply airport shuttles for those who need it that aren't into camping. One thing for sure, no matter where you stay and what you do there, Estes is something you don't want to miss if you go to Colorado!