The original Crystola Inn was built during the 1880’s to accommodate miners, railroad workers, and tourist that flowed into, and through, the Pikes Peak region during the famous Gold Rush of the time. Sadly, on the exact same day as Pearl Harbor in 1941 the original Inn, Grocery Store and Post Office on the property burned down.
Shortly after WWI, the Inn was rebuilt into the current Roadhouse that has continued attract both locals and travelers with both tasty food and entertainment ever since!
Today, you can visit our family friendly Roadhouse and experience a variety of local food, entertainment, music and fun! We’re conveniently located on Highway 24 just past Peak Peak and are open 7 days per week. From great mountain views on our back patio to line dancing and local bands, there is always a reason to stop by our historical roadhouse!
We’re temporarily closed for building renovations and our team and new owners are working hard and fast to freshen up this historic Roadhouse!
During the next few weeks of renovations we will also be hiring and training new staff as well as re-designing a few items and specials on the menu to ensure your next experience at the new Crystola Roadhouse is better than ever!
Please check back on our website for Job Applications and for updates soon about the Grand Re-Opening date! 🙏