On the Road in the South Park National Heritage Area 



On the Road and Annual Membership Meeting

Experience True Mountain Heritage
Friday – Sunday, September 9-11, 2011

On The Road in the South Park National Heritage Area will explore the buildings and history in Como, Alma, & Fairplay, tour the Paris Mill and experience gold panning. Starting in the nineteenth century South Park settlers made their livelihoods in ranching, railroading and mining.  Life was hard but the settlers left their marks in the communities nestled throughout stunning mountains and river valleys.

Accommodations

Make your reservations early and mention  Colorado Preservation’s On The Road.

Headquarters for the Annual Meeting and On The Road will be at the M-Lazy-C Ranch, a family owned working cattle ranch outside Lake George, Colorado.  Accommodations include log cabins, bunkhouses and RV sites.

M-Lazy-C
801 County Road 453, off Highway 24
Lake George, CO 80827
800-289-4869
mlazyc.com/

Our 2nd accommodation is the Ute Trail River Ranch, which offers  cabins alongside the Tarryall River tucked into the
scenic Tarryall mountains.

Ute Trail River Ranch
21446 County Road 77
Lake George, CO 80827
719.748.3015
utetrailriverranch.com

Questions?

For questions contact – Susan Livingston slivingston@coloradopreservation.org
Cell: 720-480-8762; CPI: 303-893-4260

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