National and State Register

Little Church in the Pines

Boulder County

Built ca. 1902-1908, the wood frame church is part of a small cluster of buildings remaining from Salina’s late 19th and early 20th century mining boom.  The original portion of the building has a front gabled roof, and a bell tower entry extends from the façade.

A black and white photo of the side of the white church with steeple on the left and sloping roof on the main section in the center. In the background are dark pine trees.

Little Church in the Pines

The foundation is stone, and the walls are faced with narrow clapboard siding.  Circa 1930s and 1950s additions are found at the rear.  Listed under Metal Mining and Tourist Era Resources of Boulder County Multiple Property Submission.