Discover Creede

This historic mining town offers contemporary boutiques for plenty of shopping but maintains its traditional character through remembrance of its roots. Our Underground Mining Museum and old mining tours hint at older times, yet you can still step back into the present by walking down Main Street, and into one of our unique and beautiful art galleries.

Creede will be as busy or as quiet as you make it. Take the chance to retreat from the city and into the mountain calm, or follow the lights of the Creede Repertory Theatre, and see a play by a company named “one of the top 10 places to see the lights way off Broadway” (USA Today)

Slide BOOK After the infamous Silver Crash, Creede came dangerously close to desertion. From then on, Creede has had its ups and downs. Multiple silver panics, bitter cold winters, and a boom-or-bust way of life have threatened to render the settlement on Willow Creek a ghost town many times. Whether it’s an indomitable spirit, wild stubbornness, unshakable loyalty, or just plain outright love for these hills, it seems certain that we are here to stay.

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Creede Events & Festivals

Taste of Creede

Creede Donkey Dash & Gravity Derby

Creede Chute Out Rodeo Series

Fourth of July

Annual Woodcarvers Rendezvous

Creede Rock & Mineral Show

Headwaters Music Festival

Labor Day Weekend

Fall Colors Car Show – Quilt Show

Creede Events & Festivals

Taste of Creede

Creede Donkey Dash & Gravity Derby

Creede Chute Out Rodeo Series

Fourth of July

Annual Woodcarvers Rendezvous

Creede Rock & Mineral Show

Headwaters Music Festival

Labor Day Weekend

Fall Colors Car Show – Quilt Show

Book your reservation today!

Call: (719) 658 2710 or E-Mail: info@mountainviewsrv.com

Book your reservation today!

Call:

(719) 658 2710

E-Mail:

info@mountainviewsrv.com

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