The Rapids serves dinner daily in
the summer and Wednesday through Sunday in the winter.
The full-service Lounge opens at 4:30 p.m. and the
dining room opens at 5:00 p.m. A lighter fare bar
menu is also available during the winter months.
Dine in a beautiful, rustic atmosphere
overlooking the roaring Tonahutu River. The fine
features American regional cuisine and has an extensive
BINGO- Friday & Saturday Nights
Rocky Mountain Rep. Theatre Performs Live Theater
Recreation District Day Camp and Children's Activities
Kauffman House Museum Historic Site – Open
Daily 11:00-5:00 pm
Rocky Mountain National Park - Ranger led programs,
campfire programs, "Saturday Night in the
Park", Daily slide and videos
Artist of the Month - exhibit in Town Hall
Rocky Mountain Nature Association Field Seminars
in Grand Lake
Imagine... Relaxing in a sunny timber-framed
Colorado home, waking up to a hearty gourmet breakfast,
gazing out at towering aspen trees, and hiking
or cross country skiing right outside your door,
all on 72 private acres. There are miles of lakes
and rivers nearby as well as scenic vistas and
pristine National Forests.
Campground, Camper Cabins & Snowmobiles
Open all year. Near west entrance Rocky Mountain
National Park. Snowmobilers welcome. New showers.
Closest wooded Campground to Grand Lake Village.
1/4 miles North of Entrance to town on US 34. Grand
Lake boat launch and marinas 3/4 mile away. Lake
fishing and NO license stocked trout pond. 18 hole
champion golf 1 mile. NEW camper cabins. NEW game
room and new showers. Groups welcome.
Grand Lake Lodge
Open only from May to September.
Closed in winter.
Vintage 1929 Model-A Touring Car is available
for hire. Great for Bride and Groom chauffeured
rides to make a quick escape from the pressures
of this important day. Rides are subject to weather
The Grand Lake Lodge has been owned
and operated by four generations of the James family,
since 1953. All of our accommodations at the Grand
Lake Lodge are in the form of cabins situated behind
the main lodge (the main lodge has no rooms). These
are the original cabins built by Roe Emery in 1920.
Using the native lodge pole pines, he constructed
the cabins for summer visitors arriving from back
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