- Our list of the best things to do in Delta, Colorado, features the top 35 nearby activities — including 15 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Delta, CO has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 13 things to do within the city of Delta, CO , followed by 22 popular activities in nearby cities, including Montrose and Grand Junction
For an outdoor getaway, you can't do much better than Canyon View Park in Grand Junction. Featuring sports venues, dog parks, picnic areas, and a sculpture park, spend a day enjoying the fresh air and activities.
A collection of rare and unique classic cars is on display at Allen Unique Auto Museum. The museum offers an event center, souvenir shop, a limousine service and at least 80 different classic and rare vehicles.
Two Rivers Winery is a local family-owned establishment that offers a wide range of quality wines and informative tasting experience accompanied with comforatble lodging facilities. The vineyards provide panoramic views of Colorado National Monument, Grand Mesa and more.
The westernmost state park of Colorado, Ridgway State Park consists of a reservoir which provides scenic views of Cimmaron mountain range and comprises of an extensive network of hiking trails. Visitors can also enjoy a number of outdoors activities here including fishing, camping, ice climbing and more.
A 142-mile trail that connects Colorado and Utah, the Kokopelli's Trail is a long biking trail that is perfect for advance cyclist. Completing the trail takes about five days but there are campsites where cyclists can stop over to rest for the night.
Deb's Livery offers guided mountain trail rides on gentle, well-conditioned horses. A family-focused livery, Deb's offers 'buddy seats' so that small children can safely ride with parents. The rides offer scenic woodland views.
The Ridgway Railroad Museum contains display kiosks of the region's railroad history, railroad lanterns, and model cases in its interior exhibit area. The location also maintains a restored caboose and an old motor vehicle.
Dedicated to sharing culture and the arts with residents of Ridway, the Sherbino Theater is managed by a not-for-profit group. Along with theater and films, private parties, conferences and other events are held at this venue.