FORT COLLINS, Colo. — The Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS) released a video of a June tour held to commemorate the designation of buildings at the Colorado State Forest on the federal National Register of Historic Places. The tour presented an opportunity for interested parties to see these structures at a working site not normally available for public viewing.

Colorado State Forest Historic Tour
An aerial image of the Colorado State Forest historic buildings (click the image above to view the video).

 

The buildings, part of the forest management complex at the Colorado State Forest east of Walden, were recognized by the National Park Service as significant in American history, architecture and culture. The video contains both on-the-ground and aerial footage of the site, the tour, and the installation of the official National Register of Historic Places plaque.

For more information about the designation and site, view Log Buildings at Colorado State Forest Added to National Historic Register.

To view other CSFS videos, visit the CSFS YouTube channel.