Start exploring Grand Junction, Colorado with these helpful articles. Find more information about unforgettable restaurants, outdoor adventures, wine tasting and many other ways to enjoy Colorado's Wine Country.

The McDonald Creek Cultural Area lies within the boundaries of the Bureau of Land Management's McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area west of Grand Junction. The scenic area encompasses 122,300...
If your kids are interested in the world of dinosaurs, you're in luck -- Grand Junction is the veritable belly of the beast ... well, so to speak. In the "Dinosaur Diamond" of western Colorado...
Plan a visit to discover several museums and historical sites in Western Colorado's Grand Valley.Rock art is found along several pathways leading through the Grand Junction area. What are their...
Some of Western Colorado's finest groomed cross-country ski trails exist on the Grand Mesa, just east of the Grand Valley and Grand Junction.To get there, take Interstate 70 east into Debeque Canyon...
What better way to enjoy a fulfilling Colorado family vacation than by filling it with things you can  see and do for free? Here are nine ways Grand Junction can show you a great time - and they...
Friday Afternoon Club, or FAC, is the unofficial moniker of group meetings for cocktails at the end of the week. On vacation or after work, there’s no shortage of fun venues in the Grand Valley to...
Love music? Love wine? Love nature? Then there's only one place to be this summer: At a vineyard concert in Grand Junction. There are a variety of choices available, including a monthly series, "Jazz...
Grand Junction, Colorado, is known for its wealth of meeting facilities, many of which are found in lodging options featuring big-city amenities with small-town hospitality. Properties are available...
In Grand Junction, the arid Colorado desert landscape is the ideal environment for outdoor adventure, and its towering red rocks, deep canyons and large boulders make this area the ultimate...