Timber Creek Road Camp Barn

Grand County

Constructed in 1930, the one-story Rustic style building was designed by National Park Service personnel under the supervision of Thomas C. Vint, Chief Architect.  The exposed, undressed log frame walls feature board and batten detailing.

A black and white photo of the barn from an angle with an overhanging gable roof and snow on the surfaces. The walls are covered with wood exposed wood framing and in the background are tall trees.

Timber Creek Road Camp Barn (1982 photograph.)

The 56 by 20 foot building rests on a poured concrete foundation.  The National Park Service moved the building in 2004.  The property is associated with the Rocky Mountain National Park and the Historic Park Landscapes in National and State Parks Multiple Property Submissions.  


This property was removed from the National Register in February 2022, following its destruction during the Troublesome Creek Fire.