Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce

Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce

Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce

Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce

Growing our community one business at a time by cultivating creative and successful partnerships

Welcome to Fruita, Colorado!

 

Named after the fruit trees William Pabor envisioned when he founded the town in 1884, Fruita now thrives in its historic role as an agricultural and business center. Winner of the Governor’s Smart Growth and Development Award for four consecutive years, the city’s charming “hometown” character and extraordinary quality of life are sure to captivate you. Located in Mesa county, off Interstate 70 at exit 19, Fruita is energized by the Colorado River and its breathtaking surroundings, highlighted by the Colorado National Monument.

From its diverse economic base and world-class sports and leisure activities to its bountiful fields of agricultural crops, Fruita’s offerings are abundant.

Financial Future Workshop

Please see attached concerning the Financial Future Workshop presented by Cindy Petersen of Insurance Benefits by Design. Sponsored by Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce, Insurance Benefits by Design, Adobe Creek Golf Club and Fruita Rib City Grill. Come be a part of this presentation and workshop, 11:30 am – 1 pm, eat lunch on us and Fruita Rib City Grill at Adobe Creek Golf Club, 876 18 1/2  Rd. Fruita. To register go to www.fruitachamber.org or use this link:   http://info.fruitachamber.org/events/details/financial-future-free-workshop-6370 Fruita Chamber presentation flyer 06... read more

Parks

Town parks in Fruita include Circle Park at the junction of Mesa Street and Aspen Avenue, Comstock Park at 725 Galena Circle, Heritage Park at 210 I-70 Frontage Road, Little Salt Wash at 1135 18 Road, Raptor Skate Park at 273 North Cherry, Reed Park at 250 South Elm, Roberson Park at 280 West Roberson Drive, Triangle Park at 103 South Coulson Street, and Veteran’s Memorial Park at 342 Hwy 340. The James M. Robb Colorado River State Park encompasses 890 acres located on State Highway... read more

Cycling

The area surrounding Fruita is renowned for its mountain biking trails. The most notable include the North Fruita Desert/18 Road trail system (Chutes and Ladders, Zippety Doo Daa, Edge Loop, Joe’s Ridge, Prime Cut, Kessel Run, and others), Kokopelli Trailhead region (Mary’s Loop, Horsethief Bench, Lion’s Loop, Moore Fun, Rustler’s Loop, Steve’s Loop, Troy Built, and others). Kokopelli Trail is a 142-mile (229 km) continuous single and double track trail connecting nearby Loma to Moab, Utah. In nearby Grand Junction, the popular Tabeguache trail system includes a shorter trails and a longer connecting trail to Montrose. Road biking is also a favorite sport in the high desert climate of Fruita. Many ride the 46-mile (74 km) loop along the Colorado National Monument overlooking the Grand Valley. The Fruita Farms/Highline Lake Loop is also a favorite, stretching from the town to the lake and back. Heading west on old Highway 6 to Utah is another scenic road... read more

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