In Cedaredge, stop by Pioneer Town, to get a taste of frontier life during the past century. The museum’s signature wooden silos are the last remaining structures of the Bar I Ranch, a cattle ranch that was established in the early 1880s. Walk along the wooden sidewalks of Main Street to visit the early-day businesses like a general store, print shop, saloon, bank, barbershop (which doubled as a dental office) and the jail house. The fossilized jawbone of a rare Mosasaur, a marine reptile, is also housed at the museum.
245 W. Main St.,
Nestled at the base of the Majestic Grand Mesa, is the Surface Creek Valley, comprised of the towns of Cedaredge, Eckert, Austin, Cory, and Orchard City. This area has so much to offer from every conceivable form, outdoor recreational (all four seasons), the best apples you would love to sink your teeth into, several major events such as AppleFest (first weekend in October), Crane Days migratory path of the Sandhill Cranes (early March- mid April), Little Britches Rodeo (Longest continuous Little Britches Rodeo in the world), Serenity Run, and so much more. You will find an eighteen hole challenge with to distinct nines and four sets of tees at the Cedaredge Golf Club. An historical village and museum at Pioneer Town preserves the history of the Surface Creek Valley (open May- October). Truly this area has something for everyone.
13686 Highway 65,
From our Family to Yours, the freshest in fruits and vegetables. Grower direct, open 7 days a week from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm until the end of October.
250 W. Main St.,
Starr’s Guitars is your destination for vintage, new and
used guitars, amps and accessories. We stock names like Martin, Taylor, PRS, Kala, Mesa Boogie, Swart, Roland, Korg, Toca, Gibson, Angry Angus, Hagstrom, Loar, Recording King, BOSS, Digitech and many more!
Shop with us first for the lowest prices and best service anywhere.
Kristie LaValley, LAc CBEP BFRP
175 E. Main St.,
Millennium Wellness is dedicated to providing compassionate, complementary healthcare to Cedaredge and other Delta County and Colorado Western Slope communities. We believe that people deserve a natural and non-invasive option for their healthcare that is predicated on communication, openness, and mutual trust.
11485 Hwy 65,
“Western Colorado’s PACE Provider”
Senior CommUnity Care provides health care and supportive services enabling seniors to remain living in their home whenever possible. We are a service of Volunteers of America, a non-profit faith based organization.