Real Mountain Living, Work, and Play

About Grand County, Colorado

Mountain Entrepreneurial Spirit is alive and well – and starts just 70 miles from Denver!

Grand County, Colorado offers opportunity for business growth with surprising affordability.

We’re home to world class destinations like Winter Park Resort & Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Lake, to unspoiled mountain living from Kremmling, Hot Sulphur Springs, Granby and the Fraser Valley.

With all these Main Streets, excellent schools, cultural landmarks, and recreational opportunities, we’re a dream destination for your business, and your life!

Business needs a loyal community and a supportive local government. Grand County has both.

What do our ranchers, developers, artists, restaurateurs, outfitters, manufacturers, work-from-home-ers, entrepreneurs, and tradespeople have in common?

A shared love for real mountain living, work and play.

Contact us and get to know our supportive business community!

map of Grand County and Colorado

History and Depth

The Territory of Colorado established Grand County in February 1874, taking its name from Grand Lake and Grand River (now known as the Colorado River).

In addition to our proximity to Denver and the Front Range, we’re also close to other major resort areas and mountain communities along the I-70 Highway corridor, (like Summit County, Steamboat Springs and more).

No other county in Colorado has such a unique collection of communities, each with a rich history – and potential for your business!

Our Communities

Grand County includes the towns of Kremmling, Parshall, Hot Sulphur Springs, Grand Lake, Granby, Tabernash, Fraser, and Winter Park, CO.

Visit the Communities section for information on each town in Grand County.


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