Devil's Head


Devil's Head, a Well-Known County Landmark
Located in Douglas County, within the Pike National Forest, the summit of Devil's Head is the highest peak along the Rampart Range. Situated on top of  a large pinnacle of solid granite is the last remaining fire lookout tower in service along the Front Range of Colorado.
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Welcome to the website of Smoky Hill Trail Chapter, 
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.


NSDAR was founded over 100 years ago, as a non-profit, non-political, volunteer women's service organization dedicated to the following objectives:


Promoting Patriotism

Preserving American History

• Providing Better Education Opportunities for Children


The DAR preserves historic buildings; provides contests, awards, and scholarships; celebrates the exceptional events in our nation's history, and supports our veterans and active duty military.


Smoky Hill Trail Chapter NSDAR was organized on April 14, 1979, in Parker, Colorado, which is located southeast of metro Denver in Douglas County.

This site provides information on our meetings, chapter activities, membership requirements, and links to other informative sites.  If you'd like to learn more about  our chapter, attend a meeting as our guest or have further questions, please contact us.




Promoting Membership           Focusing on Service           Celebrating Our Members

November & December Events

November 3

November 11

November 14

November 27



December 12

December 21-22
December 25

Election Day*

Veteran’s Day*

Chapter Meeting

Program: Virginia Kracaw “DAR Insignia”

National Native American Heritage Day


Chapter Christmas Luncheon

Barnes & Noble Gift Wrapping Fundraiser


The DAR Insignia is the property of, and is copyrighted by, the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.


Questions or comments regarding this site may be addressed to the site Webmaster.

Date last updated: November 11, 2015