ASPEN CREEK/BENDER/MOORE RANCH
10667 Highway 9
Park County Historic Landmark – designated 9/6/2007
A fine example of successful development of a homestead of 160 acres into a prosperous, large ranching operation. The buildings have been rehabilitated.
3173 CR 71
Park County Historic Landmark – designated 10/08/2008
Once a sod-roofed homestead, the house was expanded with two additions when purchased by Tom Campbell in 1933. It has remained in the family and is very well preserved.
Park County Historic Landmark – designated 4/23/2015
Though established during the mining boom of the 1890s, the Guffey Cemetery exhibits characteristics common to burial grounds established during the initial development of Park County’s pioneer mining communities and is a fine example of a boot hill type cemetery. The stories of the individuals buried there paint a picture of life in Guffey between 1897 and 1945 and tell us what kind of people settled there, where they came from, the difficulties they encountered in an unsettled land and the sometimes tragic ways in which they died.
THIRTY-ONE MILE RANCH – BARN, WINDMILL & LOG CABIN
539 Badger Lane
Park County Historic Landmarks – designated 8/12/1999
A very unusual style of barn for this part of the country, the circa 1925, gambrel-roofed, three-story barn stands as a fine example of its type. The nearby windmill has been restored to its original condition and once served a 1920s ranch house that burned in the 1950s. The circa 1880s two-room log cabin is believed to be the first residential building constructed on the property. It was subsequently used as a bunkhouse for the hired help on the ranch.