May 24, 2019 – September 2, 2019 Hours

MONDAY

NOON - 9PM

TUESDAY

OPEN!! NOON - 4PM KITCHEN CLOSED

WEDNESDAY

NOON - 9PM

THIRSTY THURSDAY

NOON - 9PM

FRIDAY

11AM - 11PM KITCHEN CLOSES AT 9PM

SATURDAY

11AM - 11PM KITCHEN CLOSES AT 9PM

SUNDAY

NOON - 8PM

CURRENT EVENTS

***JULY 7, 2019*** 100 YEAR ANNIVERSARY WITH THE PARK COUNTY REGULATORS TAKING OVER THE BUCKSNORT NOON TO 3PM

MERCHANDISE

Campfire Mugs  $12.00

Pint glass  $10.00

Shot glass $5.00

Sticker $3.00

Koozie $5.00

Trucker Hat $22.00

Onesie  $19.00

Bib $10.00

Ladies tank $24.00 – $26.00

Hoodie $45.00 – $55.00

Long sleeve $25.00

Short sleeve $20.00-$30.00

Grey V-neck $28.00 – $30.00

V-neck pink $24.00

Youth pink or blue baseball $19.00

Blue & orange baseball $24.00-$26.00

Patches $10.00

DIRECTIONS

DIRECTIONS

Book Your Private Event

Whether you are throwing a birthday party, family reunion or planning an event for your company, let us be your host!

For additional information or to make reservations please

call 303-838-0284

or

email: bucksnortsaloon2018@gmail.com

This Is the Real Deal, Folks!

When you step into the Bucksnort saloon, you are surrounded by the rich and colorful history that encompasses this special part of Colorado. In the late 1800s, the Denver and South Park Railroad, a narrow-gauge railroad, ambled its way along the Platte River from Union Station in Denver eventually making its way through South Park and to Buena Vista.

Along its mountain route, the railroad town of Pine was founded. Pine Grove was once a favored destination place for tourists from the Denver Metro area back in the day when the railroad provided transportation from Denver through the Pine Valley to Pine Grove. Upstream on Elk Creek, the summer community of Sphinx Park was established. The rustic log cabins still remain, perched precariously on rock outcroppings and ledges. The center of activity was the Sphinx Park Mercantile, which now houses the Bucksnort Saloon.

This real mountain bar, with its graffiti-covered, and rough-sawn walls is famous for authentic mountain charm, great food and drinks. Today, The Bucksnort Saloon is a favorite stop off for bikers, sight-seers and mountain bikers coming from Buffalo Creek.

 

 

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