Brown's Park is a remote valley lying across the borders of Colorado and Utah. This
high desert valley was formed by the Green River. Because of it's mild winters and
abundant game, grass and water, Brown's "Hole" was a favorite watering
place for Ute and Shoshone Indians, mountain men and cattlemen.
Later, because of it's remoteness and easy access to three state borders, it became
a haven for outlaws including Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid, Isom Dart, Tom Horn,
Matt Rash, Annie Bassett, John Bennett and others.
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