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Wiley Rock Schoolhouse

Wiley Rock Schoolhouse

The Wiley Rock Schoolhouse was built in 1938 and served as an annex to the adjacent high school. It provided space for classes in agriculture, a blacksmith shop for manual training, and a sound-proof music room for the band and orchestra.  While successfully serving these purposes, the building went on to provide other educational opportunities.

The building’s walls were made of concrete blocks reused from the former Equity Building in downtown Wiley, while its facade and front curb along Main Street used uncoursed sandstone slabs quarried from near the Arkansas River.

The Wiley Rock Schoolhouse was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on February 20, 2004.

Wiley Rock Schoolhouse

501 Main St.
Wiley, CO 81092

Restaurants, recreation facilities, attractions, and more are now open with state-approved COVID-19 safety measures in place.

With plenty of open space, we offer an ideal place to get away and be safe. Business situations change frequently, so we recommend calling ahead.


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