The east side of Rocky Mountain National Parkis dotted with beautiful meadows and parks situated below the high peaks of Rocky. Majestic streams and rivers cross these meadows and parks which are lined with Ponderosa's,Aspen's, Sagebrush and Willows.RockyMountainNational Park's large Elk herds can often be found in these areas, especially during the fall rut or mating season.
Upper and Lower Beaver Meadows,Moraine Park, and Horseshoe Park encompass the areas found in these galleries. It was in Horseshoe Park on September 4th, 1915 that hosted the official dedication celebration of the newly established Rocky Mountain National Park. Beaver Meadows, Moraine Park and Horseshoe park are easily accessible which allows most visitors to Rocky Mountain National Park can easily enjoy their beauty.