COVID-19 Update:

We can’t wait to see you. The safety of our travelers and residents is our highest priority. Colorado is in the Safer at Home phase of COVID-19, limiting the travel recommendations to a ten mile radius. Fortunately, our nearby Mesa County residents can enjoy socially distanced activities in Palisade, such as single family float trips, hiking and mountain biking trails, scenic road biking, or sitting around a campfire in the outdoor beauty. Our businesses, restaurants and wineries are operating according to the Governor’s regulations by offering takeout/delivery options while limiting the number of visitors and staff, keeping groups to less than ten people and practicing social distancing. Some locations are not yet open.  For information regarding lodging availability and camping, please contact the specific locations from our lodging page. 

Some of our events this year were postponed or cancelled to protect our visitors and residents from exposure to large crowds. Smaller events, such as the Palisade Sunday Farmer’s Market, have been allowed to continue by implementing safety precautions recommended by the Mesa County Health Department and the State of Colorado.

A pleasant climate, bountiful orchards, Colorado vineyards, and a quaint environment make for activities galore in Palisade, Colorado. Whether you come in spring, summer, fall or winter, Palisade has something to offer all of our guests.

Music sweeps across Palisade with the Palisade Bluegrass & Roots Music Festival. Musical artists from across the country will converge in Palisade to play Bluegrass, country music, gospel, old time music, jug bands, Appalachian folk, Blues, Cajun and Native American music.

Join us in September for Colorado Mountain Winefest, a weekend packed with live music, great local fares, and some of the best wine produced in the region. Visit all of your favorite area wineries and meet the people behind Colorado’s premier wine scene. Over 45 wineries are participating in what is sure to be the most talked-about festival in Colorado this year. For more information, click here.

Come and taste our wine at the Barrel Tasting event this spring and experience offerings from the Colorado vineyards that have made Palisade famous.

Who doesn’t love fresh, tree-ripened peaches? Visit Palisade in August and try out all kinds of peach recipes at the annual Peach Festival. With more than 100 vendors, live music and plenty of outdoor activities, the Palisade Peach Festival can’t be missed! Do you like your activities with a little more “active” in them? Then the Palisade Bike Festival is a must. Or try out the Tour de Vineyards before the Colorado Mountain Winefest. The choices are endless!