Tiny Town is one of Colorado’s most unusual attractions, tucked away in the foothills just west of Denver off Highway 285. It’s a whole mini village full of kid sized buildings, a real railroad and playground.
The tiny resort features more than 100 1/6 scale buildings, along with a 15 inch gauge miniature railway. There’s even a scale model of Coney Island Boardwalk, a giant hot dog stand located southwest on Highway 285 in Bailey. It’s open late spring through summer, beginning in May on Saturdays and Sundays. Then welcoming guests daily from Memorial Day through Labor Day. After Labor Day it continues operation on weekends in September, weather pending, before closing for the season.
In addition the mini village and train ride, Tiny Town features plenty of grassy areas and pine trees for a shaded picnic lunch, or a bite to eat from the snack bar. You’re welcome to bring your own picnic basket full of food. There are picnic tables available, first-come, first serve. However, no barbecues, open flames or glass bottles are permitted.
Mini Train Rides
Trains depart every thirty minutes during the day, and sometimes more on busier weekends and holidays. Chances are you’ll get a seat behind one of two authentic steam engines, or a relica Rio Grande F7 diesel train. Rides last about 10 minutes. The route takes you past sections of the resort that are not accessible by foot. Children under 2 years of age ride free with an adult. Tickets are only $2.
Relax in the foothills of Morrison while you enjoy your Colorado summer. Tiny Town makes a wonderful venue for your child’s birthday party. Large groups should call ahead between 10am and 4pm to let them know when you’re coming.
There is a gift shop located next to the train station. It houses Tiny Town souvenirs, railroad related gifts. Pets are not permitted in the park.
Address: 6249 S Turkey Creek Rd, Morrison, CO 80465
Season: Daily from Memorial Day through Labor Day, Weekends in May and September
Pets: Not permitted