What to do and see in Dolores, Colorado: The Best Places and Tips
The Town of Dolores is a Statutory Town in Montezuma County, Colorado, United States. The population was 936 at the 2010 census. It is one of three incorporated municipalities in the county.
1. The Anasazi Heritage Center
5 based on 269 reviews
Southwest Colorado's premier archaeological museum, featuring the Ancestral Puebloans (Anasazi) and other Native American cultures, including two archaeological sites and a research collection of over 3 million artifacts.
Reviewed By KRAMA200 - Seattle, WashingtonSeattle, Washington
A Must Do Visit if you are passing by
Do Not miss to visit the centre if you are visiting Messa Verde.You have a lot to learn about various facets about life ,customs and beliefs of people of this area.There are anumber of Hands on activities for the kids. Also many interactive exhibits. Ther
2. Rio Grande Southern Railroad Museum.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
Reviewed By clarson2016 - Eureka Springs, ArkansasEureka Springs, Arkansas
Thanks for being there
What a great museum. There are some things I hadn't seen before and the knowledge the staff was able to share was priceless. I highly recommend this to anyone with even the slightest interest in trains and especially families with children so they can see
3. McPhee Reservoir
4 based on 57 reviews
Reviewed By abn801 - Broomfield, ColoradoBroomfield, Colorado
Heck of a camground
Terrific views of the reservoir with plenty of secluded walk-in campsites. The reservoir itself is ideal for kayakers like me, with plenty of creek arms toexplore.
4. Dolores Public Library
5 based on 4 reviews
Reviewed By artman2018 - Grand Junction, ColoradoGrand Junction, Colorado
Stunning Public Library Perched on the Dolores River
If you are traveling through Dolores, Colorado, don't miss the Public Library next to the US Post Office on the north bank of the Dolores River on Railroad Avenue near downtown. I hear you saying..."What? a library?" Yes! and it is one of the most archite
5. Dolores Visitors Center
4 based on 5 reviews
Reviewed By Karen B - Naperville, IllinoisNaperville, Illinois
Great Visitor's Center
This is a great place to stop and get information about the area. The woman who works there was very helpful in providing us with maps, info and directions for our trip to Mesa Verde and other things to do in the area.
6. Geyser Spring Trail
4 based on 2 reviews
Reviewed By Tom N
3 mile round trip to cold sulphur springs
nice walk on a gentle well-developed trail. Bikes are allowed except for the last few hundred yards before the geyser. The trail is not hard but is consistently uphill. Nice views of the rocks across the road, and some time in the aspen. The pool is about
7. Traditional Charm Antique Mall
4 based on 3 reviews
Reviewed By ozarks_7 - ozarksozarks
Cool shop with tons of antiques
We stopped by one afternoon after driving through Dolores. The lady working the shop did not really know much about the shop or any of the items in it. She had stated she only works once in a while. The shop was cool and filled with lots of cool items. I
8. Circle K Ranch
5 based on 7 reviews
Reviewed By roni t - ArizonaArizona
What a fantastic experience
Clay was a wonderful guide. What a great time. Beautiful scenery and what a fabulous trail!!!!The kids also loved the experience. Perfect outing for all ages. We can't thank Clay and Shama (sp) enough. If we had more time, we would go again. Love Circle K
9. Dolores River Brewery
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Reviewed By Jim P - Cortez, Colorado, United StatesCortez, Colorado, United States
Brews, pizza, and music
A bright spot in Dolores. Drop in for a mug of their fresh brewed beers and a fire oven pizza. Never know when they are going to have live bands on the patio. A great place to have a Friday night date night.
10. Dolores Outfitters
5 based on 4 reviews
We are a family owned outdoor sporting goods and convenience store. We carry everything from soft drinks to fishing and camping supplies. Looking to rent a Jeep, RZR, Kayak, or Stand-up Paddleboard? We got you covered. Come see us today!
Reviewed By PamRoad - TexasTexas
Good rest stop - NICEST PEOPLE EVER!
We stopped here on our way to Telluride from Durango. It was a good halfway stop and this place has convenient public restrooms that can be accessed from outside of their shop. We went in to grab a drink and a snack and ended up talking to the folks behin