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Nov 18

Top Five Reasons to Visit Estes Park for Thanksgiving

Elk Grazing in Estes Park, Colorado

Elk Grazing in Estes Park, Colorado

Thanksgiving Day became a national holiday in 1863 when Civil War President Abraham Lincoln tried to unite the nation by proclaiming it as such. It is now officially celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November. Thanksgiving is a time to be with family, remember what the important things in life are, show gratitude for what you have, and of course eat great food. In Estes Park it’s also enjoying a unique, striking town during a special time of the year. Estes Park is returning from the devastating flood that occurred in September, 2013. If you have not made your Thanksgiving plans yet, below are the top five reasons to consider visiting Estes Park:

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