Silver Plume is a semi ghost town tucked away just west of Georgetown on I-70. It’s often overlooked as there’s not too much reason to stop while passing by. Only a few businesses exist in town and are usually just open on weekends.
The Georgetown Loop Railroad makes a stop at the Silver Plume Depot. There is a bakery serving a variety of fresh bread and other pastries. The Silver Plume Tea Room serves breakfast and lunch, open Thursday through Sunday.
As of 2011 there was still one bar calling Silver Plume home, The Plume Saloon. The George Rowe Museum highlights Silver Plume’s exciting past, open from Memorial through Labor days. Read more on Silver Plume.