Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site is maintained with a keep-it-original philosophy; therefore, many of the structures, paths, and entrances at the museum are more than a century old and built before the adoption of current accessibility standards. Rock Ledge Ranch strives to make the museum as universally accessible as possible. Regulated building standards were did not exist at the time they were built, and structures described as accessible do not necessarily fully comply with federal ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) standards.
On the west side of Camp Creek, dogs must be on a leash at all times and are not allowed in the historic homes. It is unlawful for any person to allow any domestic animal, over which the person has control, to defecate upon any park land without the excrement being removed by the person in control of the animal from the park and properly disposed (9.9.301). There are waste receptacles at various locations around the Ranch, and donated doggie bags at the fenced entrances.
Motorized vehicles of all types including golf carts, gators, ATVs, etc, are strictly prohibited on park property, lawns, turf, restricted roadway, bicycle/pedestrian pathways, canal, creek pathways, turf trail or athletic fields. All cars must be parked in designated parking areas.
ADA-Approved Assistance Animals
While no pets are permitted in the historic homes, ADA-approved assistance animals are permitted in accordance with federal ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and Colorado State Law
Personal documentation photography is allowed. Portrait photography requires a permit. The use of the site is not available during the Living History Program and special events throughout the year. Please review our policy for more information. Call us at 719-578-6777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with further question or to check outside organization upcoming events.
Though Rock Ledge Ranch Living History Museum is mainly outdoors, smoking is strictly prohibited outside and inside. Responsibly extinguish cigarettes and cigars completely before discarding them in trash receptacles.
All alcoholic beverages are prohibited in City Parks by Ordinance No. 9-9-410,
Destruction of Property
It is unlawful for any person, other than authorized park personnel, to injure, deface, destroy, sever or remove any park property.