About Lake City

Lake City is a one of a kind place to relax and unwind! It is a gateway to some of the most remote and beautiful countryside in America and you’ll often see deer roaming town. The city is located in the San Juan Mountains and is a National Historic District with over 200 buildings listed on the National Historic Register (many of which have historical markers you can visit). It’s one of the most preserved mining communities in the U.S. and located in Hinsdale County, the most remote county in the contiguous U.S!

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Lake City is full of turn-of-the-century architecture and visitors can explore the Victorian charm of downtown with over 75 buildings from the late 1800s – including the oldest courthouse and church on the Western Slope of Colorado! There’s also a public library, museum, movie theater, soda shop, OHV/Jeep rental sites, fly fishing shops and several grocery stores with reasonable prices! The Visitor’s Center is just two blocks away and can also provide you with more information on area attractions. The town is an active town, with many activities and events for ever age and activity level scheduled throughout the summer! Popular events include plays, bingo, historic tours, ghost tours, cemetery tours, family outings, art shows, community hikes, foot races, and a wine festival – just to start with.

OHV’s are always welcome on the streets of Lake City!  A Colorado State Parks sticker is required and can be purchased in town for $25.50 at The Sportsman or Dan’s Fly Shop. You can find Hinsdale County’s OHV regulations here.

2018 CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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Driving Directions to Alpine Village

Alpine Village is located at the intersection of 7th and Silver Street (631 N. Silver Street) and is one block from the main street that travels through town (Gunnison Ave or Highway 149). If you enter Lake City from the north on Highway 149, you will turn right on 7th street just after the sharp curve coming into town. If you enter Lake City from the south on Highway 149, you will go through town then turn left on 7th street. Alpine Village will be one block down on the left. If you enter Lake City from CR 20 (the Alpine Loop), it will become Bluff Street as you enter into town. Travel Bluff Street for six blocks and turn right onto to 7th Street. Alpine Village will be one block down on your right.