Holzwarth Historic Site

Historic Site in Rocky Mountain National Park

When Prohibition was enacted in 1916, John Holzwarth Sr, a Denver saloonkeeper, started a new life as a subsistence rancher. This site houses several buildings kept in their original condition, and hosts historical reenactments and ranger-led programs. The Heritage Days celebration happens in late July.

The site lies at the end of a graded half-mile path, easily accessible with strollers.