MacGregor Ranch offers a window into the past for its visitors. Take a step back in time as you come into the front gate. Percheron draft horses and ranch hands work the hay meadow.
The main ranch house, now the museum, is warm and inviting, welcoming children’s groups and summer visitors.
The Black Angus cattle and horses grazing the meadow provide reminders of simpler times. The ranch is the last remaining working cattle ranch in Estes Park and provides a unique living history example of the early days in Estes Park.
The MacGregor family lived continuously from 1896 to 1970 in what is now the Ranch House Museum, which first opened to the public in 1973. The ranch has 42 buildings, 28 of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.