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.
THIRTY-ONE MILE RANCH – BARN, WINDMILL & LOG CABIN
539 Badger Lane
Park County Historic Landmarks – 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.