Connects: Highway 133 (West Elk Look Scenic Byway), Crystal Valley Trail, Glassier Park (Horseshoe Park)
Carbondale, CO – Historic
The Jail and Cabin History Park features the old Carbondale jailhouse, built around 1900s, and a historic cabin, built in 1887 by Carbondale Pioneers Oscar Holland, Samuel Bowles, and Myron Thompson. This is an historic site in Carbondale, CO.
To get to this site from the Highway 82, turn onto Highway 133 (West Elk Look Scenic Byway) at the Carbondale traffic light. Continue on Highway 133 for 1.6 miles. Past the roundabout, turn left on Weant Blvd and the History Park with historic jail and cabin will be on your left.
News about the Mt. Sopris Historical Society can be found at:
The Aspen Times (October 16, 2006) – Carbondale gets historical
More information about the Jail and Cabin History Park can be found at:
Mt. Sopris Historical Society – Jailhouse
Mt. Sopris Historical Society – Log Cabin