Grand Junction, Colo. (August 24, 2016) ─ Located in Colorado’s Wine Country, Grand Junction sits amid one of the most beautiful outdoor playgrounds in the country and provides a wealth of inspiring scenery, adventurous excursions and breathtaking vineyards. Centrally located between Denver and Salt Lake City, it is easily accessible via its own regional airport and major highway routes which includes I-70, and provides meeting planners with a wealth of affordable meeting facilities, including board rooms, conference rooms and world-class hotel rooms. In Grand Junction, planners will find big-city amenities and small-town hospitality. Below is a sampling of what’s new in Grand Junction. For more information, visit www.meetgrandjunction.com Continue reading
-Colorado’s Favorite Playground invites visitors to enjoy craft brews, wine and music in August–
Winter Park, Colo. – Don’t let summer vacation season end without taking a trip to Winter Park – Colorado’s Favorite Playground! The area boasts a festival or event every weekend during the summer. Music, wine and beer are all on tap in August. For a complete list of events in the Winter Park area Continue reading
The National Park Service turns 100 next month – on August 25 to be precise. Mesa Verde Country invites visitors to come explore Mesa Verde National Park. Whether it is your first time to the park or you’re recreating your childhood experience for your kids or grandchildren, Mesa Verde has something special in store for your visit.
There are daily tours (guided or self-guided), a beautiful on-site restaurant and a charming lodging property to stay after a full day exploring. Here are three fun facts about Mesa Verde National Park: Continue reading
Granby, Colo. – A highlight for visitors to Grand County is the less-crowded western slope of Rocky Mountain National Park for all kinds of Great Outdoor adventuring.
Experienced park rangers lead walks, talks, hikes and activities every day, all summer long – including kids programs. From discovering history and wildflowers while day-hiking to roasting marshmallows and stargazing in the evening, there’s no better way to learn more about the land, wildlife, vegetation, history and heritage of the Rockies than with a knowledgeable guide leading the way!
Individual programs’ start and end dates vary. A complete and up-to-date schedule is available at www.nps.gov/romo/planyourvisit/calendar. All programs, unless otherwise noted, are free and open to the public. Park entrance fees may apply.
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- Palisade, Colo., invites visitors to enjoy the fruit of its labor and sweet smell of celebration at peach, lavender and wine festivals -
Grand Junction, Colo. – The Grand Junction Visitor and Convention Bureau (GJVCB) invites visitors to experience the tradition of its peach, lavender and wine festivals in Palisade, Colo. The Colorado Mountain Winefest celebrates its 25th anniversary and is the oldest and largest wine festival in the state. In its 48th year, the Peach Festival invites people to harken back to the peach harvest festivals of the late 1800s. Though the Lavender Festival is a newer tradition, there’s good reason to celebrate this cure-all flowering plant that has been used in many applications for thousands of years. Continue reading
- Multiple events offer free family-friendly fun and fireworks under the wide-open Grand County sky -
Granby, Colo. – Grand County, Colo., announced its Independence Day events with celebrations all weekend long and more than one fireworks show to choose from. Located just 90 minutes west of Denver, Grand County is as old as the state of Colorado itself and just the place for a good old-fashioned Fourth of July – and free family-friendly entertainment. Continue reading
– Colorado’s Favorite Playground™ welcomes visitors to play a lot instead of pay a lot –
Winter Park, Colo. – The Winter Park & Fraser Chamber today announced its top 10 list of things to do for free in Winter Park. Free-riding is considered socially acceptable in Winter Park where playing outdoors in Colorado’s Favorite Playground is the local pastime. So visitors can experience the area while stretching their travel budget and sparing their pocketbook. Continue reading
-Colorado’s Favorite Playground celebrates its Mountain Bike Capital USA™ moniker – and more – in July –
Winter Park, Colo. – Summer events season heats up in July in Winter Park, even as mountain temperatures stay nice and cool. From Lance Gutersohn’s Fourth of July Celebration to Mountain Bike Capital USA™ Weekend and two brand new events – Tequila and Tacos and The Divide Music Festival – here’s what’s on tap in Colorado’s Favorite Playground. Continue reading
–Boating, fishing, rafting and more, Southwest Colorado destination invites visitors to discover all its ways to get wet –
Cortez, Colo. – Mesa Verde Country today announced its complete list of summer adventure on the water. From small mountain streams to the second-largest lake in Colorado, visitors to Mesa Verde Country can water recreate in the form of boating, fishing, rafting, swimming and more.
The largest lake in the San Juan National Forest and the second largest in all of Colorado, the best way to experience the entirety of the McPhee Reservoir is by boat. Continue reading
– Colorado’s Favorite Playground celebrates mountain bike moniker
with weekend festival July 9-10; adds Tequila & Tacos event –
Winter Park, Colo. – The Winter Park & Fraser Chamber is pleased to announce that its iconic festival, Rendezvous Mountain Bike Capital USA™ Weekend on July 9-10, will be expanded in 2016 to include a Tequila & Tacos event on July 9. Continue reading