HERE ARE SOME TIPS FOR PLANNING YOUR TRIP!

HOW TO GET HERE

Durango, Colorado is located at the junction of two major US Highways, 550 running north-south and 160 running east-west. If you are driving we are approximately 6.5 hours from Denver, CO, 3.5 hours from Albuquerque, NM and 3 hours from Moab, UT.

If you are flying, The Durango-La Plata County Airport (DRO) is just 19 miles from downtown and offers over a dozen flights daily from Denver, CO and Phoenix, AZ. Some folks also choose to fly into Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ) and enjoy the 3.5 hour drive to Durango!


MAP OF DOWNTOWN DURANGO, COLORADO AND EVENT VENUES


ANIMAS MUSEUM

3065 W. 2nd Avenue

CHUCKWAGON BREAKFAST
Corner of 5th Street and Main Avenue
Across from the Train Depot

DURANGO & SILVERTON NARROW
GAUGE RAILROAD

479 Main Avenue

DURANGO WELCOME CENTER
802 Main Avene
Corner of 8th Street and Main Avenue

LONE SPUR CAFE
619 Main Avenue

RAPP CORRAL
51 Haviland Lake Road
20 miles North

SORREL SKY GALLERY
828 Main Avenue

STRATER HOTEL
699 Main Avenue
Corner of Main and 7th Street

TOH-ATIN GALLERY
145 W. 9th Street
Just off Main Avenue

WILD HORSE SALOON
602 Second Ave. #C
Corner of 2nd Ave and College Drive.
Entrance is next to the Ore House Restaurant on College Drive.

WHERE TO STAY

The historic Strater Hotel has been the home of the Cowboy Gathering for over 23 years and one of our most important sponsors.
Stay right where the action is!


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Durango boasts a wide variety of lodging options for travelers. We encourage you to seek lodging at one of our other sponsor hotels. Keep your eyes and ears peeled – you might just be staying next door to one of our performers!

Innkeepers who graciously house scheduled performers during their stay in Durango:

Best Western Durango Inn -  Scott & Amy Brunvand

Best Western Mountain Shadows -  Luke Albert

Best Western Rio Grande Inn - Mary Kay Dobson

Comfort inn - Todd Cahill

Day's End - Tom Probst

Day's Inn - Ted Hermesmann III

Doubletree Hotel - Peter Marshall

Durango Downtown Inn - Stephen Frazer

Durango Lodge - Jeff and Judi Miller

General Palmer Hotel - Paula Nelson

Hampton Inn - Chris Vivolo

Holiday Inn - Dennis Patrick

Homewood Suites - Kurt Berridge

Knight's Inn - Ted Hermesman III

Marriott Residence Inn - David Smyth

Quality Inn - Michael & Mary Hert

Rochester Hotel - Kirk Komick

Strater Hotel - Rod Barker

Super 8 - Prashant Tank

Travelodge - Ted Hermesmann III


MORE INFORMATION

Please visit the following websites for additional travel information:

Durango Area Tourism

Durango Business Improvement District

Durango Chamber of Commerce