Bailey Area Historic Sites

Bailey Area
ELK FALLS/LOWER LAKE RANCH
11883 S. Elk Creek Rd.
Park County Historic Landmark - designated 1/29/2009
One of the oldest resort/recreational guest ranches in Park County, the property still hosts groups and individuals who enjoy recreation in a historical and natural setting.

ENTRIKEN CABIN
39 CR 68 (McGraw Memorial Park)
State Register - designated 5/13/1992
Built as one of the first homesteads in Platte Canyon, this cabin has been moved a short distance to a historical park in Bailey to provide public access and interpretation.

ESTABROOK HISTORIC DISTRICT
Bailey vicinity, bounded by Estabrook, Platte Canyon, Rivercliff, & Rivercliff Ranch
National Register - designated 10/20/1980
This Rustic style complex boasts a number of buildings and structures, including what is believed to be the last of the Denver, South Park &Pacific railroad bridges, a lodge, cabins, and a railroad depot.

GLEN-ISLE RESORT
Old Stagecoach Rd. and Highway 285
National Register - designated 1/18/1985
Established in 1900 by a group of Denver investors, Glen-Isle Resort has been in the same family since 1923, remains largely unchanged in appearance, and continues to host guests in its cabins.