Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the Lord our God. Psalm 20:7
Come along with me on a journey across Colorado to visit its many historic and modern carousels.
In early 2018, I decided to learn more about the history of carousels and their impact on American culture. I also became a member of the National Carousel Association which is dedicated to preserving and restoring operating carousels. However, I had the most fun seeing those in Colorado for myself and riding on the beautiful hand-carved sculptures. A special thanks to my husband who came along on several trips reluctantly at first, but after seeing them first-hand gained a greater appreciation for them also.
I want to share these unique treasures with you and your family (each is listed on the Locations page) and to encourage you to go ride a piece of history!
If you would like to learn more about carousel history and see additional photos of the carousels in Colorado, then plan to attend one of my campfire talks this summer. (Check back for 2020 dates.)
In previous years I have been at the following state parks: Lathrop State Park in Walsenburg, CO; Eleven Mile State Park in Lake George, CO; Mueller State Park in Divide, CO; Cheyenne Mountain State Park in Colorado Springs, CO.
Christa Penn email@example.com
P.S. Check out the Kids section for printable activity pages.