Lodore School is a historical place in Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge, CO.
Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge in Colorado preserves the Lodore School building. The school was built in 1910, and class sessions were held there from 1911 to 1947. Although its original purpose was to educate ranch children, the building quickly became a center of the local community in northwestern Colorado, southwestern Wyoming and eastern Utah. It has hosted dances, school plays, funerals and parties for various occasions. The Lodore School was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. – USFWS Overview