The Enos Mills Cabin Museum and Gallery
10 miles north of Allenspark, 8 miles south of Estes Park.
Admissions are $20 per person. All tours are private.
Please allow an hour for a visit to the museum.
No Public Restrooms
Please leave dogs at home or in the vehicle. Thank you!
6760 Highway 7
Estes Park, CO
A short nature trail noting native flora leads you to the original homestead cabin built by 15-year-old Kansan Enos A. Mills in 1885, placed on the National Register of Historic Placed in 1973 as the home of the "Father of Rocky Mountain National Park".
Photos, letters and exhibits illustrate the life and achievements of this rare spirit who was Colorado Snow Observer, miner, inn-keeper, speaker, author, nature guide, and dynamic in the formation of the National Park Service and the craft of Interpretive Naturalists.
It is the location where Enos wrote many of his stories and the setting of several of his experiences.
About the Museum:
Small groups, outdoor weddings and memorials are welcomed by special arrangement. Please call 970.586.4706 for details.
Need a Speaker?
The museum is a small cabin, holding twelve people at the most. But your guide can come to you if you've got a large group! Please call for details and arrangements.
This really is our preferred method. It allows us to have time dedicated for you and your group or family. Please call ahead for a visit, and we'll put YOU on the calendar!