(You have to try them in order to challenge this statement!) We've been creating satisfied grins since 1981.
We're here for you when you're hungry!
We serve cinnamon rolls from open to close, every day.
Glen Haven Association was organized in the early 1900's and many family vacation cabins have been handed down for generations. Hit hard by flooding in 2013, our little town has made a tremendous recovery. Although only two of the businesses were able to rebuild, there are still many cabins and year round homes remaining. We are currently raising funds to rebuild our Town Hall that was completely destroyed in the flood.
Watch hummingbirds feed near our front door, catch sliver trout from the stream, hike flower lined trails or just sit at the picnic table and enjoy cinnamon rolls and coffee.
You can reach us by traveling State Highway 34 through the Big Thompson Canyon from Loveland and making a right turn at Drake onto Devils Gulch Road (County Road 43). From Estes Park, take County Road 43 near the Stanley Hotel and go north 7 1/2 miles.
Starting in June 2018 the Big Thompson Canyon will again be open to all traffic. While under construction during the winter, Highway 34 is open to local traffic only.
The road between Drake and Glen Haven was completed in summer 2016. There is no construction on County Road 43.
Q: Why do I have to order one day ahead for 6 rolls or more ?
A: Please do! Everything is made from scratch and we have to carefully plan our day before we start. We want to keep everyone happy and serve as many cinnamon rolls as we can! Good things take time.
Q: Do the cinnamon rolls freeze well?
A: Yes, they do. We can pack your icing separately and you can freeze both. Many people order before we close in the fall so they have cinnamon rolls for Christmas morning.