Palisade, Colo. Is a small town just east of Grand Junction, Colo. Palisade was founded in April 1904 with a population of around 900.
Palisade is known for its delicious peaches and wine vineyards. In fact, Palisade is called the “Napa Valley of Colorado." Tourists from around the world come to Palisade to tour and taste all the wines from the area. It is also home to the Colorado Mountain Wine Fest which has been voted one of the best wine festivals in the US.
Palisade rests at the base of the Grand Mesa and Colorado’s Mount Garfield. This makes the town a hotspot for outdoor enthusiasts. Hiking, mountain biking, rafting, and fishing are easily within reach when in Palisade.
If you’re looking for a refreshing beverage that’s not wine, Palisade is home to the Palisade Brewery, Peach Street Distillery. Palisade is currently the only town in the Grand Valley with two cannabis dispensaries.