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Cedaredge is the Gateway to the Grand Mesa

Cedaredge sits beneath the sunny southern slopes of the Grand Mesa above the town of Orchard City in Surface Creek Valley. The community has farms, ranches, orchards and vineyards that grow apples, peaches, cherries, pears, wine grapes and much more.

Walk down Main Street and experience real mountain town culture with fresh air and friendly people.

Enjoy yourself with a massage, Chiropractic adjustment, yoga class, wine and cider tasting, distillery tour, liquor store with drive-thru, or brewery visit — all within town limits.

Down a side road from Main Street is the tasting room for Colorado's 2015 Winery of the Year.

To shop, there's an antiques store, florist & boutique, consignment store, pizza restaurant, cafe & bakery and guitar store owned by a famous musician.

A couple minutes up the road towards the Grand Mesa is wine tasting on an orchard and a great slow food cafe. On the south side of town is a Chinese food restaurant, slow food steakhouse and saloon, and the town's award-winning public golf course.

Grand Mesa Network Communities


Mesa, CO

Downtown Mesa has cafes, gift shops and a country market to supply travelers.

Mesa, CO 81643

Located on the North side of the Grand Mesa in a geographic area known as Plateau Valley.

Cedaredge, CO

Cedaredge sits beneath the southern slopes of the Grand Mesa in the Surface Creek Valley.

Cedaredge, CO 81413

Known as the "Gateway to the Grand Mesa" with a mountain-town atmosphere which produces apples, peaches, and wine from the area's many vineyards.

Delta, CO

Delta was built as a trading post for the native Ute tribe and early pioneers.

Delta, CO 81416

Named because of its location on the delta, where the Gunnison River and the Uncompahgre River come together.

Palisade, CO

Palisade is located to the North of the Grand Mesa along the Colorado River.

Palisade, CO 81526

Known as the "Peach Capital of Colorado" due to the climate, a 182-day growing season, and an average 78 percent of sunshine.

Cedaredge means Edge of the Cedars

Cedaredge is home to Pioneer Town, a historic Western village with a frontier museum and over 20 original or reconstructed buildings including a western saloon, marshall's office, barber shop, bank, clothing store, jail, creamery, and working blacksmith shop.

Open year-round, the Cedaredge Golf Club features an 18-hole course with well-groomed greens, natural cedars, winding creek beds and over 300 days of sunshine per year on average. Nestled in a protected valley at over 6,000 feet in elevation, each hole provides views of the San Juan Mountains, West Elk Mountains, Grand Mesa forest, and the Uncompahgre wilderness.

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Featured Places Around the Grand Mesa


Alexander Lake Lodge

Cedaredge, CO

Alexander Lake Lodge

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Apple Shed Arts Complex

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Cedaredge Golf Club

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Cedaredge Golf Club

Devil's Thumb Golf Club

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Devil's Thumb Golf Club

A History in Fruit Growing

Applefest is a community event celebrating the apple harvest with art, food, and music, which is hosted each October in the Town Park of Cedaredge. Formerly known as the "Cedaredge Harvest Festival" the event was renamed to "AppleFest" in 1978 and is attended by around 15,000 visitors and typically over 200 food, arts and crafts vendors.

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Cedaredge is the Gateway to the Grand Mesa

Cedaredge sits beneath the sunny southern slopes of the Grand Mesa above the town of Orchard City in Surface Creek Valley. The community has farms, ranches, orchards and vineyards that grow apples, peaches, cherries, pears, wine grapes and much more.

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