by Lisa Meyers McClintick
This old-fashioned resort with a dozen cabins appeals to kids (and parents) with its location on the Fall River, a great playground and wildlife from raccoons at the hummingbird feeder to elk that wander through from the adjacent national park.
Our Editor Loves
- Great location on the Fall River
- Playground for kids
- Cotton candy parties with prizes
Having stayed in a few different Estes Park cabins, Pine Haven best to date. Super comfy bed & bedding, (finally!) adequate kitchen supplies to cook for yourself v. eating out, clean, cozy, and owners have given thought to decor v. ridiculous bric-a-brac. Cabin s are close to one another, but there seems to be an unspoken respect for privacy among guests, with healthy greetings to each other as well. Recommend!
by Kim G
We LOVED our stay at Pine Haven! This is a great location...very close to the lovely, touristy town/riverwalk area of Estes Park and just a few miles to the entrance of RMNP. It has a camp feel, complete with firepits & the Fall River running through, but all the amenities of a hotel. The Birdhouse Cabin was so cute & we loved sitting on tbe porch & deck with both a woods & mountain view. We met our "neighbors" & sat around the fire together in the evenings. I loved sitting with coffee by the river & my husband loved hiking up the trail behind our cabin to the overlook and Oldman Mountain. Staff was extremely friendly. We looked at other lodging & we are SO glad we chose Pine Haven. Highly recommend...we will definitely be back!