We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews the barn nature trail piece of history old mill history lovers roaring forks motor back in the day early settlers beautiful walk short hike tree roots parking area stream creek rocks stop brochure
Wonderful historic farm site that you can walk through and explore. This was our rirst stop on the Roaring Ford Trail. There is a creek and a trail behind the buildings where we saw 3 cubs! Highly recommended.
Fun 3/4 mile loop trail behind the cabin leading to a creek. The trail is very rocky with lots of tree roots, but that keeps the kids interested. My 4 year old had fun pretending he was a ninja making his way through the rocks,...More
You will find this spot at the beginning of Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail.
This is a short single loop hike that is family friendly through a hardwood forest, log bridge, a creek, and a primitive cabin of a pioneering family in the area. You...More
Perfect choice when some in your group love hiking and others really don’t. Beautiful walk with good opportunities for photos. Be sure to wear good shoes—the trail is correctly marked as easy, but doesn’t explain that some areas are very rocky.
The farm has wonderful...More
This is a great first stop on the path to the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail.
The Noah "Bud" Ogle Cabin and the barn are a short ways down from the parking area. Good walking shoes are still recommended as there is a lot of...More
Nice drive to this historic site that was suppose to be the site of my brothers wedding vow renewal...however when we arrived the chimney had collapsed and is unsafe to be around. Rocks have fallen in front, back and inside the cabin. Sad to see...More
Decided to drive over to the Noah "Bud" Ogle cabin to see if repairs had been done. There was still damage noticeable. The cabin fireplace stones were still in a pile in front of the cabin. We were just doing a quick trip before eating...More
This a cool spot that photographers and others will love. This cabin is an excellent subject for photographers. Also in the spring, there are wildflowers on the nearby nature trail. This may be one of the most photographed stops in the park.
We happened upon Noah Bud Ogle's Cabin by chance and was delighted that we did. It is a remarkable piece of history that is worth visiting and spending time at. There is a brochure that you can pick up on your way to the cabin...More
Response from Roving802749 | Reviewed this property |
I would say about 30 minutes unless you see the momma bear & her cubs because they are fun and awesome to watch. I won't do any trails when I start having mobility issues due to the tree roots and rocks that are always there. More
I would say about 30 minutes unless you see the momma bear & her cubs because they are fun and awesome to watch. I won't do any trails when I start having mobility issues due to the tree roots and rocks that are always there.