Kremmling - North Central Colorado
About 100 miles west of Denver in Grand County lies Kremmling, Colorado. In 1884 Rudolph Kremmling catered to ranchers needs by establishing a general store. As more and more ranchers occupied the surrounding areas, more services were established in Kremmling and the town incorporated in 1904. Known for its friendly, small-town atmosphere, many families and businesses have settled in Kremmling. Its central location in Colorado's northern Rocky Mountains and short distance of 2 hours from Denver, make Kremmling the perfect place to live, work and enjoy everything Colorado has to offer. Kremmling has an abundance of recreational opportunities such as snowmobiling, skiing and snowshoeing just to name a few. Of course, in the summer months, there are a plethora of lakes for fishing, trails for hiking or biking and plenty of Colorado sunshine. Located at the junction on Colorado highway 9 and US highway 40 it's easily accessible and the perfect place to spend your summer or winter vacation.
Featured Kremmling Businesses
Kremmling, CO is along the Colorado River Headwaters Byway in the heart of Colorado high country! VACATION YEAR-ROUND: Reservoirs, rivers, 3 National Forests, ranch land, narrow canyons, wildlife.
Classic log cabins on 8 acres in Kremmling, Colorado. Near snowmobiling trails on Rabbit Ears Pass and Gore Pass. Near fishing: lake, river, and Muddy Creek. We love Family Reunions! Open year round!
Full service RV Park in Kremmling. The Red Mountains has 100+ miles of ATV trails, start here. OPEN ALL YEAR! Fish the Colorado River! WiFi. 40 miles to Summit County and Rocky Mountain National Park.
Secluded, near Williams Fork Reservoir; quiet lodging retreat: cabins, glamping campers, suites rentals. Watch for moose, deer, elk, bald eagles on the drive from Hot Sulphur Springs! Views of the Milky Way!
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Kremmling Activities & Maps
Colorado River Headwaters Scenic Byway
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Kremmling Jeeping & ATV/UTV Trails
Kremmling Snowmobile Trails