BUFFALO BILL DAZE

This collage features the exciting events during buffalo bill days, which takes place at the historic Georgetown Loop Railroad in August. Re-enactors are shown in front of the Shay number nine steam engine. They are also pictured in the railroad cars visiting with train riders. The weekend also features chalk art, photo opportunities, music, cowboy poetry, and more. 

BUFFALO BILL DAZE

Buffalo Bill Cody, the great Western entertainer and showman, appeared in Georgetown on at least two occasions. In 1879, and again in 1886, he performed at the McClellan Theater. It is documented that on those trips he and his troop traveled by rail to Georgetown. During Buffalo Bill Daze, we celebrate Buffalo Bill's time spent here. You can actually ride the train with Buffalo Bill, Annie Oakley, and other re-enactors. Activities include live music, cowboy poetry, art demonstrations, live street/chalk art, an art show, and photo opportunities throughout The Georgetown Loop Railroad and Mining Park.

Cost: Regular fares apply

Dates: August 26, 27, & 28

Time: Regular times apply

Location: Devil's Gate & Silver Plume Depots


*** While every effort is made to adhere to the published schedule, the Georgetown Loop Railroad reserves the right to delay or cancel trains for any reason and will not be held liable. Locomotives and passenger cars are subject to change without notice.