Four Mile Historic Park

715 S. Forest St.
Denver, CO 80246- Map It
(720) 865-0800

AAA Editor Notes

Four Mile Historic Park, at 715 S. Forest St. in s.e. Denver, is a 12-acre farm and the site of Denver’s oldest standing structure, Four Mile House. Built of hand-hewn pine logs in 1859, the clapboard house reflects the era when it served as a ranch and stage stop along the Cherokee Trail. Barns have been reconstructed to the original design specifications. Horse-drawn wagon rides are offered throughout the year, while quilters, seamstresses and blacksmiths demonstrate their craft on the first Friday of each month. Gold panning and guided tour of the historic house included with admission.
Park $5; $4 (ages 65+ and military with ID); $3 (ages 7-17). Park admission is free first Friday of every month.
Hours: Guided 45-minute tours depart on the half-hour Wed.-Fri. noon-4, Sat.-Sun. 10-4, Apr.-Sept.; Wed.-Sun. noon-4, rest of year. Last tour begins at 2:30.