Long-Range Day Use Visitor Access Planning In Rocky Mountain National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park is seeking public comment on an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the park’s long-range day use visitor access plan. This plan is needed to provide day use visitor access in a way that protects resources while creating opportunities for high-quality visitor experiences.
Stay Engaged and Share Your Comments
Park staff are eager to continue engaging with stakeholders and park visitors about the purpose and need for action; the environmental issues and impacts being addressed, and the proposed alternatives.
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This is a recording from Rocky Mountain National Park's November 8th Virtual Public Meeting. At this meeting, NPS staff shared a presentation and answered questions focused on the park's Long-Range Day Use Visitor Access Plan and Environmental Assessment (EA).
Attend an Open House:
Rocky Mountain National Park will host public open houses in the Town of Grand Lake and in the Town of Estes Park. These open houses will provide an opportunity to drop in, meet with National Park Service staff, and learn more about the EA and the proposed alternatives.
Thank you for your continued interest and involvement in this process!
Last updated: November 17, 2023