Elevation 6,264 ft.
Aptly named for residing at the "edge of the cedars" of the Grand Mesa, the town of Cedaredge was officially incorporated on March 25, 1907. Cedaredge is the "Gateway to the Grand Mesa" and is filled with outdoor activities for enthusiast of all interests including fishing, hiking, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, camping and hunting. Cedaredge is also home to Pioneer Town, a 19th-Century western village complete with board walk, frontier museum and over 20 original or reconstructed buildings, including a jail, schoolhouse, saloon and blacksmith's shop.
Visitors to Cedaredge can choose between bed & breakfasts, motels, camping, lodges and cabins. For a complete list visit our Cedaradge Lodging page.
Ranching and agriculture have long played a part in Delta County since the first pioneers arrived in the late 1800s. The Pioneer Town Museum in Cedaredge is a reconstructed pioneer town. Many of the buildings were originally part of Cedaredge and are now located on the former Bar I Ranch. You will notice the stacked wooden silos on the site. There is an Adobe Museum, a grand doll and toy collection, school house, the Chapel of the Cross and Stolte Shed.
Main Street in Cedaredge is quaint and inviting. The Apple Shed, once an apple packing shed, is now a unique shopping venue featuring galleries, gifts and food. An impressive guitar shop, dining and the arts round out the main street experience.
Wander off Main and find a large selection of antiques, the rodeo grounds, the largest ice cream cone you will ever eat, and the Gateway to Grand Mesa National Scenic and Historic Byway.
Wineries and roadside stands offer sumptuous fresh local flavors of Colorado,s farms and ranches. Stoney Mesa Winery produces a variety of award winning wines you can sample in the tasting room at their winery. Red Mountain Ranches offer their own products as well as a tasting room.
Cedaredge Golf Club features an 18-hole course with spectacular views, well-groomed greens and great weather. That might not improve your game but will improve your experience! Course fees are quite reasonable and the clubhouse is home to the Grill.
A country fair atmosphere takes over this small town offering big sounds, great food, fun booths and a chance to connect with old friends. Taste the fresh sweetness of many apple varieties. Call 970-856-6961 or visit the Cedaredge Area Chamber or Commerce for more information.
Girls and boys from a dozen states compete in rodeo events for three days. Don't miss the classic car show and rodeo parade! Call 970-856-6676 or visit the Cedaredge Area Chamber or Commerce for more information.
Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce
245 W. Main Street / P.O. Box 278
Cedaredge, CO 81413