The Park is open Tuesday through Saturday,
10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Memorial Day through Labor Day
Guided tours of the
Tuesday through Saturday at:
children 2 to 12
include park access and home tour. Please
the Visitor’s Center. We welcome tour groups, but ask that you please
call for reservations for groups of six or more.
Your outing begins with an interactive,
tour of Kinikinnick
Ranch through daily activities as they would have happened in the
1930s. The tour explores the origional summer house,
port-cochere, croquet court, cattery, play house, garage, as well as
the restored flower and vegetable gardens. The Circle of
has hands-on activities that will take you back to the days of chopping
wood, hanging laundry out to dry, making soap in a kettle over an open
fire, swinging back and forth on a tree swing, seesawing on a log and more.
An interpreter will take you on a tour
original Humphrey home.
Then, you may choose to have a picnic in the Double Nikl
and Playground area or with advance reservations, have a tea in our Par-tea House. But
whatever your choice, it will be a visit to remember.
are not allowed within the Ranch grounds with the execption of service
animals. Animals living at the Ranch free range and dogs, however
docile, may startle, injur or kill livestock.
the safety and comfort of all, please do not run up on animal pens,
touch, or feed the livstock. Animals are unpredictable; horns, hooves
and teeth may cause injury.
Some of our
historic buildings cannot accommodate strollers, walkers or
drinking are not permitted in historic buildings.
Smoking is not
allowed on the site.
Please do not
walk or climb on fences, walls, trees, or outside of the Ranch area
into service roads.
and a Tour:
advance reservations, your
visit can include a tour of the Humphrey Home at 11:30 am and a Tea
choice of one menu for the group in our Par-Tea House at 12:30
p.m. All Teas come with
signature homemade bread and wine jelly. Teas are $20.00 per person,
includes the tour and lunch with a minimum of 6 people and a maximum of
Reservations and 50% deposit are required to hold the date.
Lemon Green Tea
Spinach & Mandarin Orange Salad
Cucumber & Cream Cheese
Salmon & Wasabi Cream Cheese
Sandwich Chocolate Chip English Muffin Bread
Bumble Bee Tea
Nutty Apple Salad
Harlequin Cream Cheese Sandwich
Egg Salad Sandwich
Honey Wheat English Muffin Bread
Lady Bug Tea
Citrus Mixed Green Salad
Shredded Cheddar Sandwich
Roast Beef & Horseradish Sandwich
Lemon Citrus English Muffin Bread
Pecan & Pear Field Green Salad
Smoked Almond & Cream Cheese
Cherry English Muffin Bread
Thai Slaw Salad
Vegetarian Spring Roll
Curry Chicken Salad Sandwich
Almond English Muffin Bread
Spinach & Water Chestnut Salad
Deviled Ham Ribbon Sandwich
Cinnamon Raisin English Muffin Bread
to do at
The Trading Post
is a re-creation
of the Humphrey’s original Trading Post Antique Store at the corner of
Creek and Bergen Parkway. The shop contains antiques, vintage,
and delightful local artisan items. Veiw photos of some of our items
for sale here.
in The Park
in the Park was created to tell Hazel Lou’s story, the
child. She attended both the University of Colorado and the University
Denver in pursuit of art degrees. The art shows rotate artists monthly
located in the Teacherage in the David Hoover Memorial Gallery. Gallery
hours from 10:00 am to 2:00 p.m.,
the Jim & Joe Trail
remember to take a hike on the Jim and Joe Trail. The Trail follows a
half mile path through the pine forest just behind the Humphrey home
respite benches along the way. Pick up a trail guide at the trail head
garden gnomes will tell you all about the native plants and their uses. Photos from the trail are here.
Classes, Fundraisers and Special Events for 2020
Classes, fundraisers and special events are offered
throughout the summer. For
a complete list of all our activities please visit
our Calendar of
photos of our event click on the event heading.
FundraisersWing Ding at the Ranch
June 26, 5:00 pm, $40 per person/$35 members
us for an old fashioned wild west evening under the summer sky. Enjoy a
cowboy four course feast and wine pairing with wines produceed at
Kinnikinnick Ranch. Don't forget your cowboy duds.
Third Annual Stay-at-Home Benefit
Support of Humphrey History Park and Museum, please do not dress up,
hire a sitter, or leave your cozy couch. We are not inviting you to sit
inside on a beautiful day and eat food that isn’t on your diet.
Instead, we invite you to support the Museum by staying at home and
simply making a donation.
Farm to Fork Dinner
August 28, 5:00 pm, $40 per person/$35 members
dinner brings our region’s values to life by taking place literally out
in the field. As a tribute to the Outstanding in the Field Program, it
celebrates the farms and farmers producing the food from the earth
that’s under your feet. And, sitting down in the middle of a gorgeous
landscape to break bread with strangers who will become, by the end of
the meal, new friends– what could be better or more beautiful?
Vintage Wine Tour
September 11, 5:00 pm, $40 per person/$35 members
fall winds down and we begin to prepare for winter, take your senses on
one last trip to wine county, the oldest in the world, Italy. This
dinner brings a four course Italian meal and wine pairing to the table
that competes for both your heart and stomach. The dinner and annual
auction feature “vintage” wines produced at Kinnikinnick Ranch.