There are plenty of clubs and organizations in Estes Park if you’d like to get more involved in our local community.
Because many people in Estes Park are very community-minded, you can find lots of ways to get involved.
Here is a sampling of community groups:
Rotary Club of Estes Park (“Noon Rotary”)
This is a service-oriented club that is very active, and offers literally hundreds of ways to get involved, from the annual Estes Park Duck Race to charity golf tournaments to civic improvement projects.
Estes Valley Sunrise Rotary Club
Yep, Rotary is so popular here that we have three Estes Park clubs! Like the other clubs, this is a service-oriented organization that funds scholarships and grants for local students and organizations. They sponsor the Labor Day Arts and Crafts Fair and Autumn Gold Festival.
Longs Peak Rotary Club (“Evening Rotary”)
The newest of Estes Park’s Rotary Clubs, Longs Peak Rotary Club sponsors “Mister Estes Park,” a tongue-in-cheek beauty pageant featuring local community leaders.
Estes Park Lions Club
The Estes Park Lions Club raises funds for local charities. Their main project is running the concession stand at the Stanley Fairgrounds.
Estes Park Quota Club
Quota International is known “for its service to disadvantaged women and children and to people who are deaf, hard of hearing, and speech-impaired.” A Taste of Estes and the Holiday Home Tour are two favorite events sponsored by the Estes Park Quota Club.
Kiwanis Club of Estes Park
The Kiwanis Club focuses on serving children, and our local club sponsors the Builder’s Club at the Middle School.
Estes Park Newcomers Club
A club for both newcomers and long time residents, the Estes Park Newcomers club was formed to help residents of the Estes Park area learn about the community while developing new friendships. The club has over 20 special interest groups, and organizes activities like hiking, movie nights, book clubs, and more.
League of Women Voters
The League of Women Voters “encourages informed and active participation in government and influences public policy through education and advocacy.” Membership is open to both men and women. They are very active in local environmental issues.
American Legion Post 119
The Legion is very active and hosts a number of community events at their building in the heart of town.
Families for Estes
Families for Estes helps young families get involved in the Estes Park community. Recent projects include fundraising to replace old playground equipment in local parks.
Estes Park Car Club
Well they like cars, or course! Each year they put on the Coolest Car Show in Colorado over the 4th of July weekend in Bond Park (downtown Estes Park).
Estes Valley Model Railroaders
These model railroad enthusiasts sponsor the Rails in the Rockies model railroad show in February of each year.
Estes Park Gun & Archery Club
The Estes Park Gun and Archery Club maintains indoor and outdoor shooting ranges in and near Estes Park.
Estes Park Genealogical Society
Active for over 40 years, the Estes Park Genealogical Society is open to all.
Rocky Mountain National Park
Many local residents enjoy volunteering in the National Park. A wide variety of positions are available, from working at visitor centers to helping with trail work.
Rocky Mountain Conservancy
This non-profit organization raises money for projects benefiting Rocky Mountain National Park and other nearby natural areas.
Please contact us if you would like to be included in our Estes Park clubs and organizations list.