The social distancing and public gathering rules are preventing 105-year-old Tiny Town from opening this season. While this breaks our heart, because we love seeing everyone and sharing the historic site and buildings with you, it's also left us without a way to pay the bills.
A Colorado not-for-profit, Tiny Town's operating funds come from admissions, train rides, snacks and gift purchases. Right now that means no income.
Your donations will be used to keep the park maintained and to have it ready to open, when we get the all-clear from our local officials, hopefully for the 2021 season.
Tiny Town, like many Colorado mountain towns, has had its share of boom-and-bust cycles. Please help keep it from becoming one of Colorado's old ghost towns.
We don't honestly expect anybody to donate $5000, or even $500, though we wouldn't turn it down. Pretend you're taking a virtual trip to Tiny Town, and please donate the amount you'd normally spend while you're here for a day. If everyone who usually comes to the park would do that, it would be fantastic!
Thank you so much!
- Anita Bryant-Ray
- Mike/jenna Fetrow
- Melissa Howard
- George Yarusavage
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