The Grand Valley sits in the middle of an amazing array of outdoor recreation opportunities with the two great rivers of the West flowing through it. Easy to access, the Grand Valley is accessible by air, rail, and car. When you arrive, there are excellent options for places to stay, an almost unlimited amount of things to do, and spectacular dining to enjoy. Our partners at Visit Grand Junction would love to help you plan your trip.
A quick flight into Grand Junction's Regional Airport, historic Walker Field, is convenient and offers service from Denver, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles (seasonally). You can find more information about air travel into Grand Junction and resources to plan your flights through Visit Grand Junction's resources on the airport.
Amtrak offers daily rail service between Grand Junction and Denver and Salt Lake City. This scenic and comfortable way to travel provides rail travelers a unique perspective on Colorado and the Colorado River as the train follows the Colorado River for much of its route to and from Grand Junction. More information and to book tickets please visit Amtrak.com.
Grand Junction is located on Interstate 70, a scenic, convenient, and swift way to travel across the state and into Grand Junction. This modern highway connects Grand Junction to Denver to the East and Utah to the West. Find out more information and plan your trip with help from Visit Grand Junction.
The adventuresome traveler can visit Grand Junction by navigating either of the two great rivers of the West. The Colorado River flows through the western half of Colorado, starting in Rocky Mountain National Park, through Grand Junction, before entering Utah 27 miles from downtown Grand Junction. Travelers from the southern part of the state can float the Gunnison River from its headwaters north of Crested Butte all the way to the confluence with the Colorado in the center of Grand Junction (and the origin of the city's name).