Palmer Lake, Colorado
Small Town Traditions...Still Alive Today
The town of Palmer Lake, Colorado has a rich past, just waiting to be discovered. The Palmer Lake Historical Society preserves its history and maintains the Lucretia Vaile Museum.
Today, Palmer Lake maintains a few key long-standing traditions, including the Chautauqua Assembly (reenactment) in August, the Star Lighting in November and the Yule Log Festival in December.
Enjoy this video about our Town Hall and learn more about the history of its role in our community. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QT7B8tJQCkk
Palmer Lake, CO - Established in 1886
Tour the museum on Saturdays, 10am to 2pm all year and on Wednesdays from 1pm to 4pm during June through August. The museum is located at 66 Lower Glenway St. in Palmer Lake.