Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, Rocky Mountain National Park

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Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, also known as Rocky Mountain National Park Administration Building, is the park headquarters and principal visitors center of Rocky Mountain National Park in central northern Colorado. Completed in 1967, it was designed by Taliesin Associated Architects, and was one of the most significant commissions for that firm in the years immediately following the death of founder Frank Lloyd Wright. It was also one of the last major projects completed under the Park Service Mission 66 project. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2001.
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  • We stopped here for information on our way into the park. The park ranger was very helpful and knowledgeable. Masks are required inside the building. We were also able to get some souvenirs.  more »
  • Unfortunately the main visitor center was closed when we visited (early June). Very interesting looking building. There is a really small trailer with a few gift store items and there's a limit of...  more »
  • There is no greater use of tax dollars than the National Park Service. I had a great time in this small visitor center, found a few souvenirs for friends and spoke to a ranger for hiking recommendations. Her name, no kidding, was Robin Williams. Quite auspicious. We drove every road that wasn't closed with snow (April). Awesome time!
  • Super helpful rangers that gave great advice for our hike. We came in March so it’s always a bit up in the air, but he was super helpful on giving us a map, showing us where to go, letting us know the trail conditions, and telling us the level. They have a nice little shop and a place to learn more about the wildlife too. Would suggest stopping in to see what you are getting into. (Pictures is from deer ridge trail)

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