Crimson Dawn


Crimson Dawn Park is located off East End Road.  Map of area (PDF).

Visit the museum's  website or follow them on Facebook.


The Crimson Dawn Museum is the original log cabin home of Neal Forsling, her husband Jim, and her two daughters, Mary and Jean. Dating from 1929, the Museum contains mementos of their life on the mountain. Several of Mrs. Forsling’s paintings are displayed, as well as artifacts found in the area.

Weddings are held at the Woodland Theater. Please see forms on the main page for an area use application (PDF). Use of the area is $50. Please note that food and  drinks are not allowed in this park. 

The Midsummers Eve event takes place in June on the day of the Summer Solstice. 

Seasonal access to the area is June 15th through September 15th.

Regulations and Fees

  • Checks and money orders for the Woodland Theater need to be written out to the Crimson Dawn Association
  • Please call 307-235-9325 or email to verify selected date is available before sending in your application.
  • Checks or money orders plus the area use application (PDF) need to be submitted to the Natrona County Parks Department for reservations to be completed
  • Please click on the link below for Crimson Dawn Park Regulations