Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy
RockyMountainPark.com’s policy is to respect and protect the privacy of its users. This policy statement tells you how we at RockyMountainPark.com collect information from you, and how we use it. Using the internet should be a positive experience and we want to help you make it so. The following information will inform you about RockyMountainPark.com’s information-gathering practices for this website.

User Contact Information
The RockyMountainPark.com website may use registration forms, surveys, contests, and other information-gathering forms that request users of the website to provide information about themselves, such as name, email address, mailing address, phone number, and demographic information. We use contact information to send the user information related to Yellowstone and the surrounding areas including recommended vendors’ promotional materials that we think might help you plan your trip to Yellowstone. On occasion we may provide our contact lists directly to our advertisers for Yellowstone travel-related promotional campaigns. We may share your email address with businesses that we think have something to offer that might make your Yellowstone vacation and experience more beneficial. Profile data is also collected occasionally for the purposes of reporting and analysis on our most common site users. If we know who is using our site, we feel we can serve RockyMountainPark.com’s audience more effectively. RockyMountainPark.com may disclose user information in special cases when we have reason to believe that disclosing this information is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who may be causing injury to or interference with (either intentionally or unintentionally) RockyMountainPark.com’s rights or property or other users of the website, or anyone else that could be harmed by such activities. RockyMountainPark.com may disclose user information when we believe in good faith that the law requires the disclosure.

Personally Identifiable Information of Children Under 13
Protecting the privacy of the very young is especially important. For that reason, RockyMountainPark.com does not intend to collect or maintain information from those we actually know to be under 13 years old. No part of our website is structured to specifically attract anyone under 13.

Links to Other Sites
This site contains links to other websites, some of which are not owned or controlled by RockyMountainPark.com. RockyMountainPark.com is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of these other websites. The websites of these related companies might have their own privacy policies that differ from RockyMountainPark.com’s policy. You should look for the privacy policy of any linked sites.

Enforcement and Redress
If for some reason you believe that RockyMountainPark.com has not adhered to its privacy policy, please notify us by the methods set forth below. RockyMountainPark.com will do its best to respond to your concerns and, when appropriate, take steps to correct a problem.

Your Acceptance of These Terms
By using this website, you signify your assent to RockyMountainPark.com’s Privacy Policy. If you do not agree to this policy, please do not use our sites. Your continued use of the RockyMountainPark.com website following the posting of changes to these terms will mean you accept those changes. If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, the practices of this site, or your dealings with RockyMountainPark.com, you may contact us directly by emailing npi@aimmedia.com.

Top Ten Things to do in Rocky Mountain

1. See Aspens in Fall

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2. Take in a Festival

Want to dance, drink, and eat good food all in the name of a frozen dead guy? Done. How about attend the best small rodeo in America? Yep, got that covered too. Or how about throwing on a kilt and tossing a kaber? Better yet, how about tossing it with the Rocky Mountains as your backdrop? Done, done and done. Read More...

3. Hike to the Top of Longs Peak

Dominating the skyline, and topping out at 14,259 feet, Longs Peak is the ultimate adventure for enthusiastic hikers. Read More...

4. 350 Miles of Hiking Trails

Over 350 miles of trails crisscross the Park, linking together alpine lakes, jagged peaks, thick lodgepole Pine forests and rocky tundra. Also, right outside the park sits plenty of National Forest land. Read More...

5. See Wild Animals

Home to thousands of Elk, Mule Dear, Marmots, Big Horn Sheep, and the occasional Black Beer, it’s not uncommon to have your Park experience include a wildlife sighting. Read More...

6. Enjoy a Ranger-Led Activity in Rocky Mountain National Park

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7. Tour Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park

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9. Spend a Night in the Historic Stanley Hotel

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