Campfire Ghost Stories: Living History Tales of the West

  • Rocky Mountain Conservancy
  • July 5, 2018
  • Location: 1895 Fall River Road, Rocky Mountain Conservancy, CO
  • Phone: (970) 586-3262
  • Time: 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
  • Price: $15 for adults; Free for children 12 and under
Details

People from the past come to life in this hour-long presentation about the history and adventures of several past residents and visitors to the Estes Valley. Join these characters as they recount tales of humor, exploration and danger; learn what life was like for them during their stay in and around Rocky Mountain National Park. Time for campfire questions and roasting marshmallows will follow the presentation.

Abner Sprague lived with an unstoppable spirit, and he typified the pioneer resourcefulness of those who settled on lands that would someday become Rocky Mountain National Park. Experience an exciting living history reenactment of the life of Abner Sprague - appropriate and meaningful for all ages. Amid a campfire setting, participants will have the opportunity to hear the thrilling tales of Sprague’s life, followed by time for discussion on the meaning this pioneer’s story has on our understanding of Rocky and the dawn of the area’s tourism

Campfire Ghost Stories: Living History Tales of the West