- Our list of the best things to do in Fruita, Colorado, features the top 62 nearby activities — including 30 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Fruita, CO has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 13 things to do within the city of Fruita, CO , followed by 49 popular activities in nearby cities, including Grand Junction and Palisade
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1340 Gunnison Avenue, Grand Junction, CO 81501 MoreLess Info
Lincoln Park-Moyer Swimming Pool is a 50-meter outdoor pool with a waterslide, splash pad, diving well with multiple diving boards, concession area, shade shelters and deck furniture. The pool is open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.
60% 52 votes
641 Struthers Avenue, Grand Junction, CO 81501 MoreLess Info
The Western Colorado Botanical Gardens features 15-acres of walking trails and meticulously maintained botanic exhibits. The site features a Butterfly House, Cactus, Herb, and Rose Gardens, plus a Children's Secret Garden.
Columbine Park offers a large playground for children and a large grassy area for dogs. The park has facilities for football games, volleyball and softball and features one shelter with nine picnic tables and two barbecues.
100% 61 votes
2660 Unaweep Avenue, Grand Junction, CO 81503 MoreLess Info
John McConnell Math & Science Center has a wide range of mathematical and scientific demonstrations and experiments on display for students. They also host summer camps, after school activities and an ongoing series of educational lectures.
3073 F Road, Grand Junction, CO 81504 MoreLess Info
Experience life as a pioneer settler in the early 1900's by visiting Cross Orchards Historic Site. Stroll around the village and see the historic buildings as they were at the turn of the century, history buffs young and old will be entertained for hours.
89% 53 votes
361 - 32 Road, Grand Junction, CO 81504 MoreLess Info
At the James M. Robb – Colorado River State Park, visitors can walk along a river trail and take in scenic views. The site, which also offers access to laundry facilities and a playground, is also a suitable area for camping.
Named aftre the gray shale bluffs surrounding the Colorado River and Grand Valley, Graystone Winery owns an impressive assortment of wines, especially the Port. The interior is designed in the form of an old port cellar and also includes a small gift shop.
Hermosa Vineyards is a local winery which specializes in handcrafted desert wines including Rojo, Viognier, Rkatsiteli and more. The tasting room is comfortably furnished and offers beautiful views of the vineyards and nearby mountains.
Opened in 1988, Carlson Vineyards is known for using grapes and fruit grown on the slopes of the Rocky Mountains. Attend a wine tasting event and sample some of their award winning wines such as the Laughing Cat Riesling.