OPEN for Business

WOW! What a seems like yesterday, we were helping our guests out of Estes Park safely and today (3 weeks later) we are happy to let you all know we are OPEN for business. It is at a much smaller scale...we lost the bridge to the back units. We have our rooms on the lodge side available for your stay here at the Inn! We are feeling very blessed that the Inn did not have any water damage in any units. Many of our neighbors and friends did not fare as well. It is amazing to me how this community has pulled together in the recovery process. Shops are open...restaurants are open...people are volunteering from all over the US to come and help us out here in Estes Park. There was a meeting at Town Hall last night. They are going to have a safe passage for everyone via Hwy 34 by December 1st. WOW!! We look forward to sharing our progress as we rebuild the bridge. We want to also take this time to thank everyone for their prayers, warm wishes and patience as we recover from the 1000 year flood! Paula & Mark

13 comments (Add your own)

1. Rollie Jennison wrote:
If the national parks are closed due to the government shutdowns, is Trail Ridge Road open(highways 34 & 36)?

Fri, October 4, 2013 @ 11:43 AM

2. Paula wrote:
Sorry to let you know that Trail Ridge Road is closed at this time!!

Fri, October 4, 2013 @ 12:31 PM

3. Rollie Jennison wrote:
I wasn't thinking. It could easily be closed for snow already, anyway. It won't affect me, tho, I was just reminescing about my fav get-away!

Fri, October 4, 2013 @ 2:35 PM

4. Jan Pierson wrote:
So happy you guys are up and running! We've been following the news since the flood and are so thankful things are coming along. We've been praying for everyone's safety. Colorado Strong!!!!

Fri, October 4, 2013 @ 5:31 PM

5. Amy Harms wrote:
Glad to hear you are up and running again! Hope to see you next year!!

Sun, October 6, 2013 @ 1:24 PM

6. John & Rennea Hogan wrote:
We are so happy to hear that the Inn is ok. Rennea has repeatedly asked me to find out how the Inn did during theses disaters. She wants to come up just to spend some money in your great community. Mountain folks are always their bests during these trying times.

Thu, October 17, 2013 @ 12:29 PM

7. Robin wrote:
Hey Paua, Been meaning to call you...glad you are ok...and glad you are up and running again...I took a drive shortly after i was able to get up here and saw the bridge out and it didn't look like anyone was it is very nice to hear things are looking up. Take Care hun...Will talk to you soon.

Mon, October 21, 2013 @ 8:14 AM

8. Larry & Diae Leaveck wrote:
We are happy to read you made it through the storm relatively OK. Knowing you two are tough to beat, will be making our plans to revisit the Inn again next summer.
In fact, some good friends have seen our pictures and want to join us in our next stay with you.
Keep your chins up. Our prayers and best wishes are with you two.
Larry & Diane

Fri, October 25, 2013 @ 4:32 PM

9. Rose Delgado wrote:
Hi Paula and Mark
Happy New Year! Hope you are doing well.
I am happy to hear that the Inn didn't suffer too much damage, but sorry to hear that the bridge was washed out; still... what a relief that nothing else was destroyed in the flood. I was worried about you and sent alot of prayers your way during the disaster.

We would love to visit our favorite get away in the near future and was wondering if you have Cabin 17 available for the weekend of February 7th.

Take care and hope to visit soon.

Fri, January 24, 2014 @ 10:04 AM

10. Ken Hide wrote:
How do we get to cabin 16?

Fri, February 7, 2014 @ 4:31 PM

11. Mayra wrote:
Our stay was absolutely wonderful. Cabin was clean and I was so surprised to see all that it had. Specially in the kitchen. I would definitely come back. My kids enjoyed it very much.

Fri, February 28, 2014 @ 1:07 PM

12. Colene Lovin wrote:
I want to thank you for your hospitality, while we stayed with you. The scenery was breathtaking, the room was not only VERY CLEAN it was also tastefully decorated, check-in was informative and handled professionally and the Jacuzzi was TO DIE FOR. If we are able to come back again someday we will definitely be checking with you first, for availability. Thanks again & God bless.

Colene Lovin
Kim Romanski
Rhonda Morehead

Wed, March 12, 2014 @ 1:41 AM

13. Laramie Kinney wrote:
My husband and I had reservations at the fall River Inn to celebrate out 3rd year wedding anniversary. Since the flood had washed out the bridge to our cabin, repairs were under way to restore it. A pump was left on for the night, making the noise level intolerable, especially when outside in the hot tub by the river. The management was so apologetic, and sincere, offering us a free stay another night, once the construction was finished. They went above and beyond to be fair and honorable. We will stay at the Inn at Fall River again for sure! Thanks for the hospitality!

Sat, May 10, 2014 @ 8:10 AM

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