Rocky Mountain National Park


Rocky Mountain National Park is home to stunning peaks, alpine lakes and waterfalls, abundant wildlife, and the highest continuous paved road in the United States. The park has four entrances, three are on the east side near the town of Estes Park and the last is on the park’s west side near Grand Lake.


  • Note there are no charging stations inside the park, but you can find chargers in both Estes Park and Grand Lake
  • In Estes Park, head to the Estes Park Visitor Center, 500 Big Thompson Ave., to charge your vehicle. It offers Level III, Direct Current Fast Chargers, and Level II J-1772 chargers.
  • Stanley Hotel at 333 W Wonderview Ave has 7 superchargers. Plugshare.[While you wait, you can use the free Estes Park shuttle, which will take you throughout the town of Estes Park for shopping or dining]
  • At Grand Lake – Grand Lake Marina, 1128 Lake Ave. You’ll find 2 Level II, J-1772 chargers(6.48 kW). Plugshare .[while you wait, you can take to strolling its wooden sidewalks downtown and exploring its art galleries, boutiques, and cafes. You can get out on the water by renting a kayak, canoe, paddleboard, or pontoon boat at the marina to explore the lake.]
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