With so much to do and see in the Grand Valley, it’s impossible to list everything but here is a sample of the most popular activities that should be on your “To Do” list. We can refer you to the local Chambers for more information, or you can view our binder that we have put together for our guests. Also, be sure to check out our Specials & Packages for ideas on how you can combine some of your favorite area activities with lodging at Dancing Moon Bed & Breakfast.
Things To Do
Wineries and Vineyards
Palisade has the state’s greatest concentration of wineries and vineyards. Enjoy sampling award-winning wines when you join Dancing Moon Bed & Breakfast’s exclusive Wine Tour.
Breweries and Distillers
Sample micro-brews at Palisade Brewery and distilled spirits at Peach Street Distillers.
"You Pick It Farms"
Palisade is the Peach Capitol of Colorado. We also have “You-Pick-It” farms, lavender fields, fresh local honey and agri-tours that are open to the public. It’s a great way to spend the day in the sun.
From rafting, hiking, biking, Jeeping, golfing, and skiing, you will never run out of things to do in our neck of the woods.Read More...
It’s short drive to the Colorado River which has great access to floating and rafting. Western Anglers in Grand Junction can give you insight to the best fishing spots on the river as well.
Hiking, biking, Jeep and ATV trails can be found everywhere in Mesa County!
Visit the Wild Horse Range – Cameo exit (winter), Debeque (summer) or enjoy trail horseback riding.
Several golf courses at nearby Grand Junction; the Bookcliff Country Club, The Golf Club at Redlands Mesa, the Tiara Rado Golf Course among others.
Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing on the Grand Mesa – the Nordic Council packs and tracks and enjoy downhill skiing at Powderhorn Ski Resort (40 min drive).
Antique and Gift Shops
Visit the many local artists or enjoy strolling through the antique and gift shops in downtown Palisade & Grand Junction.
Amtrak California Zephyr
Take the scenic Amtrak California Zephyr Westbound through Glenwood Springs to Grand Junction and arrive refreshed and inspired by the scenery.