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Visit Grand Junction Marketing eNewsletter - September 2021
Grand Junction is known as a very dog-friendly place to visit. Seventy-six percent of the county is public land, so there is plenty of room to roam. There are over 300 lakes and 2 major rivers to fetch sticks in, the majority of restaurants have outdoor patios, and most lodging allows dogs - so give Fido a new adventure and visit Grand Junction.
Grand Junction Loves Pups!
​​​When people visit Colorado National Monument, some of the most common comments are:
"Why isn't this place a national park?!"
"How have I not heard of this, it's amazing!"
"It's like a mini Grand Canyon!"
"I love that it isn't crowded, and it's so close to Grand Junction!"
Evidently Mother Nature plays favorites, so pack your tent and check it out for yourself! Camp under the stars and wake up to a glowing sunrise. It's the escape you need and the solitude you long for.
Go Camping in Colorado National Monument!
With the autumn season upon us, it not only gives us an excuse to consume all things pumpkin, it's also a time where we start to indulge our guilty pleasures a little more. Isn't that why we secretly love bulky sweaters this time of year? Reward yourself after a day of hiking or biking with a special treat at these popular from-scratch Grand Junction sweet shops.
Treat Yourself to Grand Junction!

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Djosh wrote "I’m coming at the end of october! Can’t wait to see these views!"

@LiveaMemory said, "Very Very Cool!😀👍"
Joleen commented "Amazingly picturesque and breathtaking!"
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