DOLORES, COLORADO

Est. 1900   Elevation 6,936 ft

So much to see and do here...visit Dolores and find out why we're Colorado's Year-Round Playground.

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Outdoor enthusiasts visit us for rafting, kayaking, boating, McPhee Reservoir, Boggy Draw Trail System, OHV and biking trails, camping, hunting, fishing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and more.

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Dolores offers shopping, dining, lodging, walking trails along the Dolores River, 3 parks, a train museum, and Canyon of the Ancients Museum and Visitors Center.

We are a short distance away from other site-seeing opportunities like: Mesa Verde National Park, Canyon of the Ancients National Monument, Sand Canyon hiking trails, Phil's World Biking trails, Ute Mountain Casino, Groundhog Lake, Summit Lake, Puett Lake, Dunton hot springs, Hovenweep, Lowry Pueblo, and Crow Canyon Archaeological Center.

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A small-town experience, with natural beauty, charm, and friendly people waiting to make your visit one to remember.  People come back to Dolores year after year. Come see why visitors choose to make Dolores their basecamp for their Southwest Adventure.

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