This was our first and only experience with Paradise RV Park. We booked two nights thinking we were going to spend all-day Satruday in Rocky Mountain National Park. We showed up at 6:01pm on a Friday night the Office was closed, but Rod greeted us and told us there was an issue. He told us it wasn't our issue, but it sure turned out to be. The people who had been staying in our reserved spot #21 failed to leave, I have no idea whether this was an issue with proper business management (over-booking) and didn't really care. Rod told us we had a spot #1 on the river, I said OK we can just stay here for our two nights. Rod then made the comment, that's not going to happen, which didn't ring any alarm bells at the time, but it should have. We spent Friday night in Spot #1 and went off to tour Rocky Moutain Natioal Park. We're about half way through the day, when I get two voice mails inside of half an hour, one from Carol who took my reservation originally and one from Rod, telling me I need to come back to the RV Park and move to my designated Spot, you remember #21, the one that wasn't vacated the night before. So we need to drop what we're doing because someone can't run a business? We left the Park went back to the Paradise RV Park promptly packed up and moved to a different location where I wasn't going to have to pack up and move daily.
- Also Known As:
- Paradise On The River Hotel
- Paradise On The River Hotel Estes Park
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tucked away along the Big Thompson River we offer a great location for any getaway. A quiet and peaceful setting for your vacation, small family reunion or honeymoon. Enjoy our riverfront family cottage(sleeps 2-12), cozy cabins, RV rentals or relax in your own RV listening to the sounds of the river. And if that is not enough, we are less than a mile from Rocky Mountain National Park, offering the finest scenery and wildlife watching in Colorado and 1 1/2 miles to the charming town of Estes Park. So join us for the ultimate river experience, do some fishing, go for a hike, or just sit back and soak up the sounds of mother nature. We'd love to have you! ... more less