The Ghost Town Club of Colorado is an active and energetic group of people with diverse backgrounds who share a love of Western history and it's historic sites, especially Colorado history.  Along with this the club is interested in the historic preservation of  these sites for future enjoyment.


The club holds monthly business meetings featuring programs on historical subjects and conducts field trips to sites throughout Colorado, the United States and Canada. Field trips take place throughout the year and are usually to sites pertaining to Colorado history.


Historic preservation is also of prime concern for the Ghost Town Club of Colorado. Often times preservation work is done in conjunction with field trips. Also once a year the club distributes its preservation funds to nonprofit historical sites in need of finacial help. 

Visit the Ghost Town Club of Colorado site pages for information about upcoming meetings, programs, field trips, preservation projects and member spotlights, as well as for descriptions of past excursions, and helpful reference materials.

If you are interested in Colorado history or are interested in historic preservation you can join the club and be a part of it. For more information just click



 The Ghost Town Club 
of Colorado holds ten regular meetings per year on the second Thursday of each month, 7:30 p.m.

Grace United 
Methodist Church
4905 East Yale Ave.
Denver, Colorado

Please check the calendar for meeting dates and for the dates of the club  banquet and club picnic which occur in lieu of a meeting during the months they are held.