Fall River Visitor Center is on U.S. Route 34, 5 miles west of the town of Estes Park, before the Fall River Entrance to the Park.
During summer, it's open 9a to 5p daily. Closed during winter.
A 30 minute talk "Leave it to Beaver" on nature's engineers is given Mon, Tue, and Sat at 10am.
Features life-sized wildlife displays, a bookstore, and a discovery room where kids can touch objects and dress up as rangers, Native Americans, and pioneers.
Learn about wildlife. Ask a ranger what to do in the park. Buy a book. Handicapped accessible and family restrooms available. Next door in the summer you can eat a meal before heading into the Park, and buy gifts.
Aspenglen Campground is just down the road, turn left after the Entrance Station. You can easily walk to the restaurant at Fall River Gateway from the campground.