Craig Chamber of Commerce & Moffat County Visitor Center

360 E. Victory Way • Craig, CO 81625 • 970.824.5689 • 1.800.864.4405

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Craig, the Moffat County seat, is rich in recreational opportunities, natural resources, Native American and pioneer history and Old West lore.

Craig is the mid-point for Denver and Salt Lake City travelers and is the economic center of Northwest Colorado.

We have the only wave pool complex on the Western Slope, a beautiful and challenging 18-hole public golf course with scenic views of the Yampa River. In Moffat County, you'll also enjoy sport fishing, abundant wildlife and petroglyphs. You'll also find the gateway to Dinosaur National Monument and one of the last free-roaming herds of wild mustangs.

Don't miss our unique collection of wood carvings located in City Park and around the community, relics of our annual Whittle the Wood wood carving festival.

Resident elk, deer, antelope, mountain lions, sandhill cranes, eagles, wild horses and other species of wildlife may be spotted from state and Moffat County roads that wander through scenic back country. Northwest Colorado is nationally renowned for big game hunting.

Summer recreation opportunities include hiking, biking, horseback riding, rafting, kayaking, tubing, motocross, camping and more. Moffat County is an outdoorsman paradise. The Craig City Council and Moffat County Commissioners have opened all city and county roads to off-highway vehicle use. Combined with the nearly 2 million acres of public land in Moffat County, that gives four-wheeler enthusiasts thousands of miles of road and trails to travel on.

In the winter, residents and visitors enjoy a variety of snow sports such as cross-country and downhill skiing, snowmobiling, snowshowing, ice hockey and icefishing.

And, we're steeped in cowboy, Native American, gunfighter and outlaw history. Visit several historical sights, including Brown's Park, the Jarvie Homestead, the Museum of Northwest Colorado or the Wyman Museum and learn how the West was won.

Stop by the Moffat County Visitor Center and Sportsman Information Center for more information about things to do and see in Moffat County. The Moffat County Visitor Center and Sportsman Information Center is located at 360 E. Victory Way, right across the street from the historic Marcia Car.


"Your kind of customer service is rare. To have somebody actually take the time you do is something you don't often see, even in small communities."

Benjamin Cvetkovich,

Fort Collins, CO

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Whittle the Wood Rendezvous

Join us for a wood carving festival in Craig City Park each June. See this year's carvings and relics of past festivals. Food and craft venders and a free concert.

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