News for 2020

 

July 3, 2019

The Rangely Outdoor Museum would like to thank Jeff Lebleu and the town crew for the new bridge in the East End Park by our grounds! This will add more access for guests of the museum and park visitors. Thank you!

June 26, 2019

The Rangely Outdoor Museum would like to thank Mark Skelton, the Rangely cemetery, W.C. Striegel, and Kellen Wilckzek for transplanting three blue spruce trees in our front entrance. We would also like to thank Rio Blanco County, Roy Gilbert, and the Road and Bridge Cr...

June 6, 2019

The Rangely Outdoor Museum board and staff would like to thank the Keith Ahrens and the George Weldon Crew, Dan Roberts and Zak Hatch for their help moving more metal and trash from our basement and grounds. We wouldn't be able to accomplish what we do without you!

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May 25, 2019

The Rangely Outdoor Museum was able to give Parkview Elementary School's 2nd grade a tour of our buildings and give them a taste of Rangely's history. The student's were eager to learn and seemed to enjoy the many exhibits and stories. We can't wait to have them back n...

May 25, 2019

The Rangely outdoor museum would like to once again thank the youth of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Every year, they help the museum clean-up the grounds to prepare for the upcoming season. We are so impressed with their work ethic and willingness t...

March 22, 2019

Have you seen our new sign? Drive by the museum in the evening and take a look! Watch out for a history on this sign in Rangely. 

August 22, 2017

Rangely, Colorado's history reaches further back than the oilfield and the boom it brought. Its history begins with the footprints of the Native Americans passing through and explorers camping on its river banks. Rangely has stood as a location that was utilized by man...

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