Located where the Poudre and South Platte rivers meet, Greeley gives a glimpse into life in the west with rodeos and a variety of museums.
Poudre Heritage Area
The Heritage Area provides opportunities to discover and celebrate the river's cultural and historical contributions to Northern Colorado.
With a strong agricultural history, Windsor features contemporary businesses in quiet downtown while continuing to display its cultural roots.
Home to a vibrant Old Town and 280 miles of bike trails, Fort Collins is an outdoor-oriented community with plenty of activities to choose from.
Loveland is known for its impressive local art program. Outdoor enthusiasts love its proximity to great fishing, rock climbing, hiking and biking trails.
Big Thompson Canyon
Bordering the Big Thompson River, the awe-inspiring canyon offers opportunities for hiking, fishing rock climbing, dining and more.
Situated alongside the Cache la Poudre River, Poudre Park visitors can enjoy a day in the sun with a picnic or cool off with a dip in the river.
Cache la Poudre River
Designated a Wild & Scenic River, the Poudre has been essential to generations for water, agriculture, business, and recreation.
Roosevelt National Forest
The Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests contain 1.5 million acres of public land with spectacular views and 10 wilderness areas.
Alpine Visitor Center
At 11,796 ft., this is the highest facility of its kind in the U.S. and offers views of Fall River, Longs Peak and the Never Summer Mountains.
A picturesque mountain town, Estes Park provides something for everyone, from outdoor activities to over 200 retail stores and restaurants to explore.
Rocky Mountain National Park
A living showcase of the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains the park covers 265,795 acres and reaches 14,259 ft. above sea level.
State Forest State Park
From cabins and yurts to backpacking and campsites the park provides 71,000 acres of rugged wilderness.
Home to the Seven Utes Mountain, Cameron Pass offers views into the basin of North Park and access to popular hiking and cross-country skiing trails.
The small community of Gould is popular for its winter recreation, including snowmobiling and hunting, along with its diverse landscape.
With endless mountains and Colorado's larges natural lake, Grand Lake is an apline village popular for its sunny days and family-friendly activities.
Resting in the large open valley of North Park, Walden draws outdoor enthusiasts and gives visitors a taste of the region's history.
Arapahoe National Refuge
Trails and an auto tour allow visitors to learn about the significance of North Park as a bird migration route and home to various flora and fauna.
The Moose Visitors Center tells the story of the North Park moose and features information on the park and its wildlife
Founded in 1905, the Town of Granby is the "heart" of Grand County, close to 3 major lakes with beautiful unspoiled views.
Hot Sulphur Springs
Located in the town with the same name, Hot Sulphur Springs is a natural hot spring that offers water fun for all and other spa services.
Kremmling offers easy access to virtually every outdoor pursuit in Colorado with 3 national forests, several major rivers, and access to 6 ski resorts.
A water recreation feature situated on the Colorado River, Gore Canyon provides opportunities for water-enthusiasts with a great viewing platform.
The Colorado River is the lifeblood of the entire Southwestern United States and begins at La Poure Pass in Rocky Mountain National Park.