Labor Day Vintage Base Ball Game

The highlight of Labor Day is our annual vintage base ball match between the Camp Creek Cloud Busters (your home team) and the STAR Base Ball Club of Colorado Territory. The Cloud Busters are no “farm team,” but needs your support to cheer them on to victory! The first pitch is at 1:00 p.m.

This game is vintage rules: no  spittin’, no swearin’, no gloves.  “Cranks” (the spectators) can influence the umpire’s call in your team’s favor!

“Base ball is the very symbol of the outward and visible expression of the drive and push of the raging, tearing, booming 19th Century.”

– Mark Twain​


Margo’s Vienna will be on site with hot dogs and cold drinks. Picnics are welcome. Popcorn, peanuts, crackerjacks, and chilled old-fashioned sodas, and water will be sold before and during the game. Cash only. Visit the Historic Homes throughout the site and the General Store to pick out a homemade souvenir. 

Our tradition to close out summertime!

Click here to pre-purchase admission 
Regular Admission
RLR Living History Association Members: FREE

Summer Living History Program

Wednesdays – Saturdays

The summer Living History Programs are an engaging, personal and fun way to visit a park. The program provides third-person interpretation of the  history of the Pikes Peak region to create dynamic, authentic experiences. 

Tours are self-guided through 6 historic sites: 1775-1835 American Indian Area, 1860s Homestead Cabin, 19th Century Garden and Farm, 1800s Victorian Rock Ledge House, 19th Century Blacksmith Shop, and 1907 Orchard House.

All of your senses will be enlightened with history! Play games, see craft demonstrations, smell authentic cooking over campfire, wood or coal burning stoves; hear historic stories or music, and sip on an old-fashioned soda from the General Store.

Regular Admission
RLR Living History Association Members: FREE

Fiddles, Vittles & Vino

A Southern Colorado Bluegrass and Culinary Arts Festival

Foot-stomping bluegrass music, cooking demonstrations, living history activities, and, of course, the delectable food and wine tastings, have quickly made this event a regional favorite. Sample food from more than two dozen of Colorado Springs’ finest restaurants. Where else can you sip a vintage wine, listen to bluegrass melodies and enjoy a gorgeous view of Pikes Peak. Bring chairs or a blanket for seating at the concert. The festival will be held rain or shine. All proceeds benefit Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site.

Fiddles Vittles & Vino

For more information on the bands, schedule, and to purchase tickets online, visit Tickets are limited, and this event has sold out the last several years, so purchase early! Advance purchase at the Ranch Office, General Store, or Admissions Gate.

Ticket holders have unrestricted access to bluegrass performances and food and beverage samplings.

Note: Due to the nature of this event, the site will be closed to all except ticket holders and dogs are not permitted on the premises during the event.

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