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Staunton Ranch

  • Staunton Ranch Landscape

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    Now the core of Staunton State Park, Staunton Ranch sat south of Black Mountain in an area of pines, aspen groves, open meadows, and granite cliffs.
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References: 

Bruce Finley, “Staunton State Park Finally Open, a Wilderness Oasis Near Denver,” The Denver Post, May 17, 2013.

Elizabeth Held, “Staunton Ranch—Rural Historic Landscape,” National Register of Historic Places Registration Form (February 29, 2012).

Josie Klemaier, “Staunton State Park Adds Trails and Amenities,” The Denver Post, October 20, 2015.

Bonnie E. Scudder, The Secrets of Elk Creek: Shaffers Crossing, Staunton State Park, and Beyond (Pine, CO: Elk Creek Publishing, 2013).

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