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I have visited Boggsville several times in the past 10 years, and after visiting this weekend, am happy to see how much the exhibits have been improved upon. There is more signage that explains the fascinating story of this small community, that is one of...More
We went to the 150th anniversary of
Boggsville complete with blacksmithing, authentic entertainment, and wagon rides. Delicious lunch was served consisting of varied chilis and stews. Special dedication for long time archaeologist Richard Carrillo who passed away in 2014. This site speaks to the true...More
Open between Memorial Day and Labor Day , other times of year can see area but do not always have a tour available off season. Kit Carson and his wife's last home. The Boggs family raised their remaining children.
After seeing more than our fair share of old towns / historic places, this was disappointing.
There were two buildings which seemed in good condition and were obviously used in peak season as a shop / small museum but we're obviously locked. No biggie, I...More
My wife and I stopped here before going to Bent's Old Fort NHS (which is really great). The place looked abandoned, except for a small trailer towards the front of the property that showed signs of habitation. Everything was overgrown and the trails/paths were unkempt....More
This rustic place has potential and that is about the best that can be said. I did not particularly find it worth the stop especially after visiting Old Bent's Fort. But it could be an excellent place with time and money to make it so.
This is Kit Carson's last home. His home was actually washed away in a flood. However you can explore two homes of original settlers plus see the Carson home site and original gravesite. It helps you further understand the history of southern Colorado. You also...More
Ok I have read the negative reviews and the positive reviews. I know the negative ones are older ones. I am from Las Animas and also the Boggsville and John W. Rawlings Museum and would like to let everyone know that Boggsville is now under...More