Towns and Maps
Granby, Grand Lake, Hot Sulphur Springs, Kremmling, and Winter Park/Fraser make up Grand County, Colorado. Varying from quaint, small towns and ski villages to lakeside escapes and mountain views, you will find a welcoming atmosphere anywhere you go in Grand County. Only 67 miles from Denver, Grand County invites you to explore the real Colorado.
Each town in Grand County, Colorado has its own distinct personality and Rocky Mountain charm. Boasting a variety of activities, attractions, shopping, dining, and lodging possibilities, there's something for everyone in the towns of Grand County. Use our interactive maps to get the lay of the land, or keep reading to discover what makes each town in Grand County unique.
Nestled in the majestic Rocky Mountain Valley at an elevation of 7,935 ft, surrounded by Rocky Mountain National Park with breathtaking views of the Continental Divide, Granby, Colorado is in the heart of something grand. Granby offers a western hospitality and friendly small town vibe that makes visitors feel right at home. Stroll down the charming main street to discover great restaurants, one of a kind souvenirs or outdoors supplies for your next adventure in Granby.read more
Known as the "Western Gateway" to the Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Lake has something for everyone. The charming lakeside setting of Grand Lake makes folks feel at home. Enjoy the quaint cabins and summer homes that line the shores of the state's largest natural lake, stroll down the historic boardwalk with over 60 shops, restaurants, and galleries, or take in a show at the new Rocky Mountain Repertory Theater.read more
Hot Sulphur Springs
Grand County's county seat, the small town of Hot Sulphur Springs has played an important part in the history of the area. Named for the hot springs that line the canyon along this stretch of the upper Colorado River, the area was first visited by passing Ute and Arapaho hunting parties who called the area "big medicine." White trappers and hunters first visited the hot springs in the early 1800s, and by the turn of the century, the town was a popular resort community.read more
Kremmling is also known as a "Sportsman's Paradise" for good reason. The Kremmling region has some of the best elk hunting in Colorado with awe-inspiring backdrop. The Colorado River and the Blue River offer Gold Medal water for you to dip your line into and also offer the ideal rapids to set out on riverrafting or kayaking adventure.read more
Not surprisingly, Winter Park and the Fraser Valley are known for their cold-weather playgrounds famous among winter sports enthusiasts. From the family-friendly powder skiing and backcountry challenges of the nearly 3,000 skiable acres of Winter Park Resort to guided snowmobile tours up the Continental Divide, sleigh rides, snowshoeing and dog sledding, Winter Park and the surrounding valley truly are a Winter Wonderland.read more
Located between the towns of Winter Park and Tabernash, Fraser may only be 75 miles from Denver, but when you are visiting you will feel as if you are “Leaving Planet Earth.” An excellent home base for exploring north central Colorado, Fraser allows you to explore all of Grand County and surrounding attractions while nestled in the quaint Rocky Mountain countryside.read more