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Limon is a western vacation destination located in the center of eastern Colorado. Situated about 75 miles east of Denver, Limon may be best known as the city through which five of eastern Colorado’s major highways run, sometimes called “Hub City.” The town is often recognized as the perfect overnight stopping place on a long road trip to or from the state’s larger cities, like Denver or Colorado Springs. Much of Limon was rebuilt in the 1990s after a tornado wiped out the previous downtown area, leading to new and rejuvenated shops and parks along Main Street. In collaboration with the Colorado Division of Wildlife, the town of Limon also recovered several acres of wetland to preserve the natural habitat of the area. These improvements, along with Limon’s initiatives to generate renewable energy through wind turbines, make the town an up-and-coming place to stay for western vacationers.
Things to do in Limon
Locals enjoy bowling at Lincoln Lanes or seeing a movie at the town’s own theater. When it opened in 1938, the Lincoln Theatre went by the name of the Cactus Theatre. After almost 80 years of continuous operation, it’s still open and playing movies each weekend. Now registered as one of Colorado’s Historic Properties, Lincoln Theatre is run by a non-profit and often staffed by volunteers. What was once a union depot for the Union Pacific and Rock Island railroad lines, the Limon Heritage Museum & Railroad Park is now a museum for families to visit in Limon. The Limon Depot, one of two spots in Lincoln County on the National Register of Historic Places, also features the Houtz Native American Collection and an exciting exhibit about the trains that ran through Hub City in the early- to mid-1900s. Visit the Railroad Park onsite to explore more train and agricultural history. Don’t miss the restored Limon Wetlands during your visit. Stop by to see 14 acres of wetland environment located south of Main Street and get a glimpse of local wildlife and habitats from the public trail. Find the trail near the Doug Kissel Fishing Pond. And don’t forget to bring binoculars!
Day trips from Limon
Have you ever visited a ghost town? Check it off your list by visiting Walks Camp, located on the outskirts of Limon (about a 20-minute drive from downtown). The camp was built when a wealthy German man decided to create a buffalo safari for aspiring hunters; the safari idea fizzled after a few years, but some remnants of the camp remain. Catch a glimpse of a grandstand overlooking a baseball field that hasn’t been used in decades. If you’ve had enough of the Colorado Plains, drive westward on I-70 towards the Rockies, where you’ll eventually run into Denver. Visit the Denver Zoo, the Museum of Nature & Science or the 16th Street Mall depending on your interests, then drive up to the Mount Evans Scenic Byway – the highest paved road in North America with a summit of 14,240 feet! Check out concert listings for Red Rock Amphitheatre to top the night off with live music. For another westward adventure, take U.S. Highway 24 west to Colorado Springs, where you can visit the three-peaked Cheyenne Mountain, take a tour of the Olympic Training Center, then drive up the Pikes Peak highway to see the most-visited mountain in North America (second in the world only to Mount Fuji!).
Tripping.com offers several rentals for those looking for an overnight stay in Limon. Whether you’re looking for a quick place to stop on a road trip, or perhaps Limon is your vacation destination, you’ll find a comfortable place to stay using Tripping.com. Choose from nearly 30 rentals with an average price of $82 per night. Many of Limon’s lodging spots offer single, double or triple rooms – so feel free to bring guests on a group road trip!
Transportation in Limon
Reach Limon by way of Interstate 70, U.S. Highways 24, 40 and 287. Drive carefully throughout the winter, when ice and snow can make for a dangerous drive throughout the Colorado Plains. The Denver International Airport is an hour and 15 minutes away from Limon using I-70. The Colorado Springs Airport is a similar distance from Limon traveling along U.S. Highway 24.
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