Cozens Ranch is the site of the first ranch and stage stop in the Fraser Valley. The original 1876 house has been beautifully restored and is open to the public. Throughout the house you will find photographs of the Cozens family and early life in the Fraser valley. Original wallpaper and carpet pieces in the main house are combined with family and antique items contemporary to the period.
The Cozens Ranch Museum and Stage Shop, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is the only museum in the Winter Park-Fraser Valley region. It’s the “Biggest Little Museum.” Visit the website for hours and more information.
Photo courtesy of Grand County Historical Association.
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