Grand Junction is your headquarters for exploring the wonders of Western Colorado. Start your adventure at the Grand Junction Visitor Center – only 1 mile south of the airport and Exit 31 off Interstate 70. We are open 7 days a week, 362 days a year for your convenience. Whether your visit is for 2 hours or 2 weeks, our staff of friendly and knowledgeable volunteers look forward to assisting you with your itinerary. Our state-of-the-art Visitor Center is equipped with free wireless Internet and interactive displays that are both fun and informative for kids of all ages. While at our Visitor Center, pick up complimentary maps and brochures on a variety of information such as hiking, biking, scenic drives, wine tasting, golf, museums, restaurants and so much more.
As the major hub between Salt Lake City and Denver, Grand Junction is easily accessible from all directions. By car, we're 7 hours from Albuquerque, 2 hours from Aspen, 10 hours from Phoenix and 4 hours from Denver.
Grand Junction Regional Airport
Current air carriers include Allegiant Air, American Airlines, U.S. Airways, Skywest/DeltaConnection and United Express, with nonstop flights to Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Dallas/Ft. Worth and Salt Lake City. The terminal provides ticketing and baggage claim facilities, major car rental agencies and a gift shop.
Amtrak provides daily service to the east and west coasts through Grand Junction. 800-872-7245; 970-241-2733
Greyhound Bus Service
Take a bus into Grand Junction from Denver and Durango, Colorado; Los Angeles; Las Vegas and Salt Lake City. 800-231-2222.
Find printable/downloadable maps of the Grand Junction area as well as a map of all the local wineries on the maps page. You can also check out our free Wine Country Ideas e-book.