Timed Entry Permit System in Effect May 28 Through October 11
Rocky Mountain National Park will be implementing a new pilot temporary timed entry permit reservation system beginning on May 28, 2021. Park staff are managing for significant increases in visitation to public lands in Colorado, including Rocky Mountain National Park, along with continued Covid-19 concerns, ongoing park seasonal staff shared housing challenges and residual fire impacts in some areas of the park from historic fires in 2020.
For more information, check out the Timed Entry Permit System page on our website.
Rocky Mountain Conservancy Nature Stores Open
Park Rangers are available to assist park visitors at the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, the Kawuneeche Visitor Center, and the Wilderness Office. Rocky Mountain Conservancy Nature Stores are open at Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, the Fall River Visitor Center, and Kawuneeche Visitor Center.
Due to COVID 19, the number of visitors will be limited inside the buildings.
Rocky Mountain Conservancy continues to offer Rocky-themed merchandise on their website.
Please do not visit if you are sick or were recently exposed to COVID-19. Park staff will continue to monitor all park functions to ensure that visitors adhere to CDC guidance for mitigating risks associated with the transmission of COVID-19 and take any additional steps necessary to protect public health.
- Keep your distance Consistent with CDC recommendations, people who are not fully vaccinated must continue to wear masks indoors and in crowded outdoor spaces. Masks are required for everyone on all forms of public transportation.
- Keep it with you
If you brought it, take it with you. Trash pickup and restroom facilities will continue to be limited in many park areas. Follow Leave No Trace principles.
- Know your limits.
Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the busiest search and rescue parks in the country. Many of these incidents could be avoided with visitors planning and making responsible decisions. It is critical to make wise choices to keep our national park rangers and first responders out of harm’s way.
- Protect wildlife.
Obey speed limits and be aware of wildlife.
Learn more about safety at Rocky Mountain National Park.