|Address:||Colo. Hwy. 74, vicinity of Idledale|
The park was included in the Olmsted acquisition plan. J.J.B. Benedict designed the c. 1923 native stone and timber well house. Ruins of an early 1920s Denver Motor Club building are a reminder of the park's popularity with Denver motorists. a trout hatchery, destroyed by flooding in the 1930s, supplied the Denver Mountain Park System. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places (5JF978) on June 30, 1995.
|Quad Map/Date:||Morrison, 1965|
|Source:||Directory of State Register Places, 1997, Colorado Historical Society|