Located in the western edge of the Grand Junction of Colorado, Redlands is a small unincorporated community. It is also a census-designated place (CDP) under the governance of Mesa County. Less than ten thousand residents live in this scenic rural area adjacent to the Colorado river. It takes only a twelve minutes car ride to reach the heart of the Grand Junction city from Redlands.
An outdoor paradise located in the western Mesa County of Colorado, the town of Fruita falls under the Grand Junction Metropolitan Area. Scenic landscapes and the Colorado River on the south makes this area one of the most beautiful locations in Colorado. Fruita is known for leisurely activities like mountain biking, hiking, and rafting.
Originally home to the Ute people till the 19th century, Loma is a census-designated place (CDP) and also an unincorporated town. This town is located to the north-east of Grand Junction city and part of Mesa County. Around two thousand people live in this agricultural based rural town.
Mack is a small rural unincorporated community located 10 miles east of the Colorado/Utah border. Named after John W. Mack, who was in the asphalt business, this town falls under the Grand Junction Metropolitan Statistical Area. One of the key attractions of this place is the “Country Jam Ranch”, a famous music festival destination known for attracting country music fans since 1992.
Glade Park is located approximately 16 miles west of Grand Junction, Colorado and falls under the governance of Mesa County. Formerly a ranching and farming community, this small town has an elevation of about 7,000 feet. Road to this remote area has spectacular views including red sandstone canyons and sheer rock faces.
The town of Orchard Mesa is located south of the Grand Junction metropolitan area, just across the Colorado river. Governed by Mesa County of Colorado, it is an unincorporated community and a census-designated place (CDP). Less than seven thousand people live in this little town known for attractive landscapes and year-round climate.
A small unincorporated town located in the greater Grand Junction metropolitan area of Colorado, Clifton is also a census-designated place (CDP). The town was named Clifton because of the cliffs near the town site. Roughly 20,000 people live in this beautiful area surrounded by scenic mountains to the north and the Colorado river to the south.
Fruitvale is an urban neighborhood which encompasses the eastern part of the greater Grand Junction metropolitan area. This town is under the governance of Mesa County, Colorado and has a population of about eight thousand. Despite being an urban community, the residents of Fruitvale enjoy an attractive setting, fresh air and year-round climate.
Surrounded by breathtaking vistas and award winning vineyards, Palisade is a Statutory Town in Mesa County, Colorado. It is part of the Grand Junction Metropolitan Statistical Area. Palisade produces one of the finest peaches in the world and hence the town is known as the Peach Capital of Colorado. Less than three thousand people live in this thriving community known for their hospitality.