Lincoln Hills traces its beginnings to 1922 when it was established as the country’s only western resort accessible to African-Americans. Lincoln Hills played an integral role in the African-American community throughout the 1900s leading up to the Civil Rights Movement in 1964.
With a history of being one of Colorado’s most cherished mountain areas, Lincoln Hills has maintained its accessibility and roots in the community. Through extensive restoration efforts powered by The Flyfisher Group, Lincoln Hills has been restored from its tumultuous recent history as a mining property and is again one of Colorado’s most unique outdoor experiences.
Lincoln Hills Cares enables life-changing moments to occur by creating mountain experiences for the community, nonprofit partner groups and those less fortunate.
As Lincoln Hills Gives continues to grow, its mission will remain steadfast. Sharing unforgettable mountain experiences for the past, present and future Lincoln Hills generations.
With some of Colorado’s most pristine wilderness and rivers also comes the state’s most acclaimed fly fishing water. The Lincoln Hills property is home to the private Lincoln Hills Fly Fishing Club where the members spend the days on the rivers at Lincoln Hills creating unforgettable angling experiences.