Attractions

Museums

All Aboard Westcliffe
PO Box 1415
110 Rosita Ave
Westcliffe, Co 81252
(719) 783-0945
www.allaboardwestcliffe.org

All Aboard Westcliffe provides educational programs, facilities and activities that promote continued community awareness and participation, bringing revival to the railroad heritage, once vital to the area.  Museum open Memorial-Labor Day and off season by appointment.  Bus tours or family outings welcome with power point presentation & guided tour of rail cars/railroad artifacts. Luncheon available.

Friends of Beckwith Ranch, Inc.
Tour Information:
PO Box 178
64161 Hwy 69 North
Westcliffe, CO  81252
(719) 783-2646
(719) 783-9111
www.beckwithranch.org

The Beckwith Ranch (Waverly House) is the most historically significant site in Custer County. The Beckwith brothers, Elton and Edwin had come west to seek their fortunes and began one of the largest cattle operations in Southern Colorado in the late 19th and early 20th century.  The original structure was built of logs about 1869.

Silver Cliff Museum
610 Main Street
Silver Cliff, CO  81252
(719) 783-2837
Stephanie242@centurytel.net

The Silver Cliff Museum located in the historical Silver Cliff Town Hall and Fire House at 610 Main Street was constructed in 1879 and still stands on its original site. This building was listed on the State Historic Register in 1997.
Sat. & Sun. 1: to 4: PM  Memorial Day thru Labor Day
Private Tours Available – call Dorothy Urban (719) 783-2837

Old ‘Westcliff’ Schoolhouse & Museum
304 South 4th Street
Westcliffe, CO  81252
(719) 783-0110

 

Activities Travel/Touring


Beyond the interstate . . . beyond the hustle of Colorado’s exciting Front Range cities there is a world of natural beauty and off-beat surprises.  This land beckons visitors with a sense of adventure. Come visit the real Colorado.

The Sangre de Cristo Mountains, west of Silver Cliff and Westcliffe include 33 peaks that reach over 13,000 feet in elevations.

Mission Wolf

Mission Wolf connects people with nature using hands-on experiential education. Through volunteer internships and national traveling education programs, we inspire individuals to become stewards of the earth. While providing a home for rescued wolves and horses, we create opportunities for growth through community service and personal interactions with animals. We value education, sustainability, and improving relationships between people, animals, and the world around them. “Education vs Extinction”

Mission Wolf
13388CR 634
Gardner, CO  81010
(719) 859-2157
info@missionwolf.com
www.missionwolf.org