Western Colorado Visitor Information

Bureau of Land Management
Little Snake Field Office — 455 Emerson St., Craig, 970-826-5000; Kremmling Field Office — 2103 E. Park Ave., Kremmling, 970-724-3000; Glenwood Springs Field Office — 50629 Colorado Highways 6 and 24, Glenwood Springs, 970-947-2800; White River Field Office, 220 E. Market St., Meeker, 970-878-3800; Grand Junction — 2815 H Road, 970-244-3000,, Lakewood State Office —

Carbon County Visitors’ Council
If hunting is on your agenda, Carbon County Wyoming is unparalleled. A variety of terrains provides habitat for a wide variety of wild game species.
P.O. Box 1017, Rawlins, Wyoming,
307-324-3020 or 800-228-3547

Colorado Department of Transportation

Colorado Outfitters Association
P.O. Box 849, Craig, 970-824-2468

Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Grand Junction Regional and Area Office — 711 Independent Ave., 970-255-6100
Steamboat Springs — 925 Weiss Drive,
Hot Sulphur Springs — 346 Grand County Road 362 (west of Byers Canyon), 970-725-6200
Meeker — 73485 U.S. Highway 64,
Glenwood Springs — 50633 U.S. Highway 6 and 24, 970-947-2920
Durango — 151 E. 16th St., (970) 247-0855
Gunnison — 300 New York Ave., 970-641-7060
Montrose — 2300 S. Townsend Ave.,

Colorado State Parks
Steamboat Lake and Pearl Lake State Parks — 61105 Routt County Road 129, Clark,
970-879-3922 or 970-879-7019; Stagecoach Stage Park — 25500 Routt County Road 14, Oak Creek, 970-736-2436 or 970-736-8342; State Forest State Park — 56750 Colorado Highway 14, Walden, 970-723-8366; Yampa River State Park — 6185 W. U.S. Highway 40, Hayden, 970-276-2061, Info — 970-434-6862; reservations — 800-678-2267

Colorado Welcome Center at Fruita
340 Colorado Highway 340, Fruita

Craig Daily Press newspaper
466 Yampa Ave., Craig

Craig/Moffat Economic
Development Partnership
The CMEDP is a public-private partnership dedicated to supporting a vibrant, diverse, and stable economy for Moffat County. Business support programs and education.
50 College Drive, Craig, 970-620-4370

Craig Sportsman Information Center
(Moffat County Visitor’s Center/Craig Chamber of Commerce)
360 E. Victory Way, Craig
970-824-5689 or 800-864-4405

Delta Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
301 Main St., Delta, 970-874-8616

Dinosaur National Monument
4545 U.S. Highway 40, Dinosaur
970-374-3000, Canyon Area Visitor Center

Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce
432 East Aspen Ave., Fruita

Glenwood Springs
Chamber of Commerce
802 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs

Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce
360 Grand Ave., Grand Junction
970-242-3214 or 800-352-5286

Grand Junction Visitor
& Convention Center
740 Horizon Drive, Grand Junction

Hayden Chamber of Commerce
252 West Jefferson, Hayden, 970-819-5918

Kremmling Area Chamber of Commerce
203 Park Ave., Kremmling, 877-573-6654

Meeker Chamber of Commerce
710 Market St., Meeker, 970-878-5510

Moffat County Tourism Association
Blaze your own trail to Moffat Country and then stay awhile. With pioneer personality, the handclasps are firm and the smiles are genuine. This far-flung corner of Northwest Colorado is just the place to hang your hat and renew your spirit with discovery and adventure, we are here to help you do it all.
1111 W. Victory Way, Suite 117, Craig

Montrose Chamber
Association of Tourism
1519 E. Main St., No. A, Montrose
970-249-5000 or 800-923-5515

NOAA’s National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office
792 Eagle Drive, Grand Junction

North Park Chamber of Commerce
416 Fourth St., Walden

Palisade Chamber of Commerce
319 Main St., Palisade

Rangely Chamber of Commerce
Promoting and fostering a positive business climate in our community.
209 E. Main St., Rangely

Rifle Area Chamber of Commerce
200 Lions Park Circle, Rifle
970-625-2085 or 800-842-2085

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
P.O. Box 2984, Grand Junction

Town of South Fork
South Fork is located at 8,200 feet near Wolf Creek Pass, surrounded by the Rio Grande National Forest. Come play with us!
P.O. Box 1030, South Fork
719-873-5512 or 800-571-0881

Stay The Trail Colorado
The mission of Stay The Trail Colorado is to encourage the responsible use of the roads and trails that are open to motorized recreation in Colorado. Stay The Trail Colorado is a program of the Responsible Recreation Foundation.
P.O. Box 915, Wheat Ridge, 720-684-9960

Steamboat Pilot & Today newspaper
1901 Curve Plaza, Steamboat Springs

Steamboat Springs Chamber
Resort Association
125 Anglers Drive, Steamboat Springs

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
P.O. Box 25486, Lakewood, 303-236-4216

U.S. Forest Service
Hahn’s Peak-Bears Ears Ranger District —
925 Weiss Drive, Steamboat Springs,
Parks Ranger District — 2103 E. Park Ave., Kremmling, 970-724-3000 or 100 Main St., Walden, 970-723-8204
Rio Blanco Ranger District — 220 E. Market St., Meeker, 970-878-4039
Rifle Ranger District — 94 Garfield County Road 244, Rifle, 970-625-2371
Sulphur Ranger District — 9 Ten Mile Drive, Granby, 970-877-4100
White River National Forest — 900 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs, 970-945-2521
Yampa Ranger District — 300 Roselawn Ave., Yampa, 970-638-4516

U.S. Forest Service maps

U.S. Geological Survey
(topographical maps)
Central Region Offices, Denver Federal Center, West Sixth Avenue and Kipling Street, DFC Building 810, Lakewood
303-202-4700 or 888-275-8747

Wild Sheep Foundation
Dedicated to enhancing wild sheep populations, promoting professional wildlife management, educating the public and youth on sustainable use and the conservation benefits of hunting.
720 Allen Ave., Cody, Wyoming, 307-527-6261