Greeley is located approximately 50 miles northeast of Denver, at the confluence of the South Platte and Cache la Poudre rivers. Agri-business provides a solid economic basis, with Weld County (of which Greeley is the county seat) consistently ranking in the top 10 agricultural producing counties in the nation. Stroll along the Poudre River Trail, with mountain views, easy hiking trails and access to the Cache la Poudre River, fishing and wildlife viewing. The Poudre Learning Center has a fishing club, science camps, garden tours, bike trails and more.
Downtown is home to a growing number of excellent restaurants, breweries and coffee shops. The city has several other signature events, including August’s AgriCULTURE Fest and Feast, a celebration of the community’s agricultural heritage, and the Greeley Stampede, a nearly 100-year-old northern Colorado tradition featuring rodeos, concerts and other fun. Recognized as a Colorado Certified Creative District, downtown Greeley and surrounding neighborhoods also hosts year-round happenings. Greeley is home to parks that features lakes, streams, waterfalls and islands. And don't forgot to Explore Greeley's Creative District
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