Welcome to Granby
Easy access to Colorado’s treasured Rocky Mountain National Park.
Lying on the eastern side of Grand County, Granby was officially founded in 1905 as a railroad town along the Denver, Northwestern, and Pacific Railway route. Luxurious accommodations such as spas and the town's Main Street District are well-beloved, but it’s Granby's casual, peaceful, and relaxing atmosphere that attracts residents to stay. The convenient services and businesses available downtown provide residents with incredible accommodations, from world-class dining to premier shopping and more.
With Granby's focus on further developing their main street district and a passion for supporting local businesses, this small mountain town offers plentiful opportunities for commercial real estate. From single-family homes with spacious, covered porches overlooking stunning mountain views to upscale multi-level properties on large lots, there is something for every homebuyer in Granby. The town’s focus on community and preserving its history makes it the perfect place to settle, whether you are looking to raise a family or start a business.
What to Love
Located right in the middle of the Rocky Mountains, Granby is full of adventurous spirit and incredible natural beauty. The crisp mountain air and picture-perfect views make ideal backdrops for outdoor activities all year.
Granby also has a solid artistic and cultural community, with artists selling their creations in local galleries and public spaces. Whether one is looking to go on outdoor adventures or wanting to appreciate the town's natural creative spirit, Granby is sure to please.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Granby’s Main Street runs along East Agate Avenue, home to many of the town's local businesses. A visit to Rocky Mountain Roastery Coffee Shop will satisfy any coffee craving, as the shop makes delicious brews from beans roasted at high altitudes and tea from local Colorado tea houses.
Things to Do
Along with the restaurant and shopping options available, Granby boasts quite a few annual events for residents to enjoy. During the summer, the community comes together for Granby’s Fourth of July Celebration. This multi-day event features a neighborhood-wide cookout at Moffat Railroad Museum and one of the biggest small-town parades hosted by Destination Granby, the town's chamber of commerce. Another highlight of the summer is the Granby Rodeo at Flying Heels Arena. In the winter, the Three Lakes Ice Fishing Contest takes place at Lake Granby, Shadow Mountain Reservoir, and Grand Lake.
Aside from these annual events, Granby also offers plenty of exciting adventures for outdoor enthusiasts. With only a 20-minute drive from Rocky Mountain National Park’s Grand Lake entrance, residents can quickly go for a scenic drive or hike through this awe-inspiring natural oasis. Also close by is Lake Granby, whose serene waters are perfect for fishing and lazy afternoons boating on the lake.