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Hay Days Harvest Festival returns September 12!

Join us for an old-fashioned harvest festival full of family fun; buckaroo station just for kids, hay and horse rides, Ranch tours, farm animals to pet, historic demonstrations, quilt show, pie baking contest,  harvest foods, arts and crafts vendors, and live music all day Saturday and a concert with the Original Cow Boy Band!

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Humphrey History Park and Museum: 

A Place to Remember

Humphrey House2014 Non-Profit of the Year Nominee

The allure of the mountains has always been powerful as it's a throwback to a simpler way of life, in a setting that's more serene and quiet than our daily lives.  Add to that a living history experience on a 1930s ranch complete with goats and chickens, classes on the life ways of the period, an art gallery, antique store, hiking trails, and special events, and you have a place to remember.

The Kinnikinnick Ranch was established in 1920 by the Humphrey family to be just that place.  Today it is run by the nonprofit, Humphrey History Park and Museum.  The ranch sits on 35 acres nestled in the foothills of Evergreen, Colorado. 
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On your next visit, ask about our Kids Backpack Tour.  This interactive program provides a unique experience for kids to explore our historic ranch.

Angela M. Rayne
Executive Director
Humphrey History Park and Museum
620 Soda Creek Road
Evergreen, Colorado 80439