Transportation to Rocky Mountain National Park

Whether you arrive to Rocky Mountain National Park by plane, train, or car you are sure to enjoy the scenery. Once in the park, consider letting someone else do the driving and take a shuttle bus so you don’t miss a thing!

Denver International Airport's glowing tented roof at sunrise designed to look like snow-capped mountains.

Fly then Drive or Ride to Rocky Mountain National Park

How to get to the park. Info includes nearest airports to the park, rental cars, and airport shuttles. Read More...

US 34 at the mouth of Big Thompson Canyon just west of Loveland, Colo. Photo taken Sept. 17, 2013 by Bureau of Reclamation

Highway from Loveland to Estes Park Closes for Repairs

Between Oct. 17, 2016 and the 2017 Memorial Day weekend, US 34 between Loveland and Estes Park will be closed. Detour via Lyons on US 36 to Estes Park. Read More...

Amtrak's California Zephyr Train riding past the Fraser River near Granby, Colorado. Photo by Loco Steve via Flickr

Ride a Train, Bus or Taxi to Rocky Mountain National Park

Get to Rocky Mountain National Park by train, then bus or taxi. The closest Amtrak train is in Granby, CO, 20 miles from the park’s west entrance. Read More...

Rocky Mountain Shuttle Bus

Shuttle Buses in Rocky Mountain National Park

Skip the traffic and enjoy the ride on one of the many shuttle buses around Rocky Mountain National Park including options from Estes Park and Grand Lake. Read More...