Seekers of beauty, culture and adventure will love renting in Grand Junction. Located in Colorado Wine Country, Grand Junction is home to more than 20 wineries that offer world-class selections and tours of their beautiful vineyards.
This sense of culture spills into town. Sculptures bring a touch of art to Main Street, which is filled with shops, restaurants and art galleries. When you rent an apartment in Grand Junction, you can take in a concert at the Historic Avalon Theater or Mesa Theater and Club.
Grand Junction is also known for its awe-inspiring red rock cliffs and mesas. Weekend explorers enjoy the Mesa Scenic Byway, which winds 63 miles through the Grand Mesa park. The largest flat-top mountain in the world, standing more than 10,000 feet above sea level is in Grand Mesa and is a favorite of hikers. Come winter, the Powderhorn Mountain Resort offers some of the best skiing and snowboarding in Colorado.
Grand Junction renters also enjoy the beauty of the dramatic red rock landscape of the Colorado National Monument, the 23-mile scenic Red Rock Drive and hiking trails ranging from a quarter-mile to 14 miles.
For the truly adventurous who are renting in Grand Junction, there are exhilarating whitewater rafting trips on the Colorado River and hundreds of miles of world-class mountain-biking trails, including the renowned Kokopelli Trail, which runs from Fruita to Moab.
The area is affordable for those looking to rent, with stable prices and good availability.
Grand Junction Recreation Attractions
Grand Junction Rockies ? A minor-league affiliate of the Colorado Rockies, the team plays at Grand Junction's Suplizio Field.Grand Junction Climbing Center ? With over 5,600 square feet of climbing space, this is the largest climbing gym in Western Colorado and Eastern Utah, with challenges for all ages and skills.Dinosaur Journey Museum ? Offering fossils, hands-on exhibits and robotic dinosaurs, the museum is just a few miles away in the town of Fruita.Eagle Rim Skateboard Park ? On the bluff of the Colorado River, this 9,000-square-foot park features a skate track that connects to the Colorado River Front Trail System.