Tiny Town

Tiny Town has a long history of charitable giving. They believe that it’s important to be involved in their community and feel we must all “pay our civic rent”. They do so cheerfully and encourage you to do the same. We are thrilled to have this historic Colorado “town” partnering with our mountain area volunteer fire departments as a sponsor of The Big Chili Cook-Off.

 

If you’ve never been to Tiny Town, you’re missing out on a piece of local history. Open every day Memorial Day to Labor Day, Tiny Town is a terrific place for a fun and affordable family outing. You and your family can make the short drive through the foothills to spend the day among the kid-sized buildings, riding the train, enjoying the fresh air while the kids frolic on the playground, and then relaxing with your picnic lunch or something from their snack bar while enjoying the mountain beauty. The snack bar is the place for a chili dog lunch or something cool to drink, or to indulge in summer’s favorite snack – ice cream! 

 

There’s plenty to do at Tiny Town, and one of the first things most people do is ride the train. Depending on the day, you’ll ride behind one of  two real steam engines, or a Rio Grande F7 diesel replica. Before you leave for home, don’t forget to visit the gift shop which is located next to the loading platform for train rides. Here you will find a variety of Tiny Town and train-themed gifts for kids of all ages. Thank you, Tiny Town. Not only are you an affordable and close summer destination, you understand “community” and the power of giving back. We appreciate what you do!

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