History Park - Fraser, CO - Park full of sculptures and monuments documenting the wild west

History Park is an outdoor park near the Fraser Visitor Center, located on the east side of Highway 40 just north of County Roads 72 in Fraser, Colorado. The park address is 120 Zerex Street. The park is a great walking park and visitors from all over Fraser enjoy their weekends walking through the park for exercise and enjoyment. There are many monuments and sculptures scattered throughout the park that present the history of the land and the exploration that took place many years ago. A western heritage exhibit in the park is a draw for visitors longing to know the history and culture of the land.

Some of the popular monuments and statues in the park include the Mountain Lion, a symbol of all of the wild animals of the west; Indian and Eagle, a powerful sculpture that captivates the spirit of the time before Columbus; Jim Bridger, a great explorer of the wild west; and Dr. Susan Anderson, known as Doc Susie and one of the country's earliest female doctors. The power and struggle of the Wild Wild West is documented and recognized through the sculptures found in the park. A winding path takes visitors through the park as not to miss one monument.

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