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Maps & Directions for YMCA of the Rockies


Estes Park Center is located at 2515 Tunnel Road, Estes Park, Colorado 80511.


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From the Denver Area

Take I-25 North past Longmont, to HWY 66 (Exit #243, for “Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park”)

Take HWY 66 west into the town of Lyons

From Lyons, take HWY 36 west to Estes Park. HWY 36 will take you down the “main drag” through Estes Park called Elkhorn Avenue. HWY 36 will turn left off of Elkhorn Avenue onto Moraine Avenue at the fourth traffic light.

Continue out of town on HWY 36 west.

About 2 miles out of town, you will come to another traffic light, at the intersection of HWY 36, and Mary’s Lake Road. Continue straight through that intersection. Immediately past that intersection, get into the left lane, this will take you off of HWY 36 and onto HWY/Spur 66.

Our entrance is on the right side of the road after 2.5 miles on Spur 66. Look for the large sign that reads: Estes Park Center, YMCA of the Rockies.

Check in at the Administration Building – the large brown building with the flagpole in front if it, just past the Chapel.

If you need additional help, call our switchboard operator at (970) 586-3341. When you hear the electric attendant answer immediately, press 0 to reach one of our operators.

Driving Directions to Estes Park Center from Boulder, Colorado (approx. 1.5 hours)

Take HWY 36 (Broadway) all the way through Lyons and eventually into downtown Estes Park.  About 2 miles out of town, you will come to another traffic light, at the intersection of HWY 36, and Mary’s Lake Road. Continue straight through that intersection. Immediately past that intersection, get into the left lane, this will take you off of HWY 36 and onto HWY/spur 66.

Once you are on spur 66 (also known as Tunnel Road) you only have another 2.5 miles. Our entrance is on the right side of the road. Look for the large sign that reads: Estes Park Center, YMCA of the Rockies.

Check in at the Administration Building – the large brown building with the flagpole in front if it, just past the Chapel.

If you need additional help, call our switchboard operator at (970) 586-3341. When you hear the electric attendant answer immediately press 0 to reach one of our operators.

Driving Directions to Estes Park Center from Denver International Airport 

Exit airport via Pena Blvd.

Merge onto I-70 W

Merge onto I-270 N/W

Which becomes HWY 36

Stay on HWY 36 through the town of Lyons and eventually through downtown Estes Park.

About 2 miles out of town, you will come to another traffic light, at the intersection of HWY 36, and Mary’s Lake Road. Continue straight through that intersection. Immediately past that intersection, get into the left lane, this will take you off of HWY 36 and onto HWY/spur 66.

Once you are on spur 66 (also known as Tunnel Road) you only have another 2.5 miles left to go. Our entrance is on the right side of the road. Look for the large sign that reads: Estes Park Center, YMCA of the Rockies.

Check in at the Administration Building – the large brown building with the flagpole in front if it, just past the Chapel.

If you need additional help, call our switchboard operator at (970) 586-3341. When you hear the electric attendant answer immediately, press 0 to reach one of our operators.

Need a shuttle service from Denver International Airport? We recommend the Estes Park Shuttle. Visit them online or via phone at 970-488-9950.

For youth development

To promote youth development, YMCA of the Rockies offers day camp and overnight programs that enable kids to learn, grow and play together. While kids are at camp,parents have time to themselves and kids have the opportunity to create healthy relationships with their counselors and peers in a supportive and nurturing atmosphere.

For healthy living

To promote healthy living, YMCA of the Rockies offers miles and miles of hiking, biking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing trails on our properties. Adventure programming, sports facilities, outdoor education and youth conferences all add to our youth development focus. The Program Departments’ varied offerings include group and family activities to engage guests’ entire spirit, mind and body.

For social responsibility

To promote social responsibility, YMCA of the Rockies is committed to diversity and respect for all people by utilizing more than 50,000 volunteer hours every year, hosting more than 2,500 outdoor education students to instill in them stewardship of our earth, promoting global awareness through the international trainee program and supporting the Chaplains Departments’ religious education programming for youth and adults. Additionally, YMCA of the Rockies endeavors to operate its centers in an earth-friendly fashion with active recycling programs, sustainable architecture in new construction and active natural resource management plans.

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