Welcome To Fulford, Colorado
Located in Eagle County, Colorado, this mountain town was established in 1889 and named after Arthur Fulford, the Red Cliff Marshal and local miner. Though he was killed in an avalanche on December 31, 1891, the town continued to thrive and grow. By 1900, Fulford was home to several saloons, hotels, and businesses, including a post office, church, and small school. These days, this historic town in beautiful Colorado is home to a unique variety of residents who, when asked, will tell you that the population of Fulford is: odd.