Fruita

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Fruita is a town in the Northwestern part of the Rocky Mountains state of Colorado near Grand Junction. Fruita is perhaps most famous for its dinosaurs and as the Western portal to Colorado National Monument. Fruita is also the westernmost town in the Grand Valley American Viticultural Area (AVA), a part of Colorado's Wine Country.

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Take in a relaxing Massage or Facial at Botanical Day Spa (970)241-8400

Rent a bike and do one or several bike tours at Over The Edge Sports (970)858-7220

Visit Rimrock Adventures for horseback riding, biking and rafting

Campsites available at Colorado River State Park on highway 340

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  • The Muse126 South Park Sq.. 11- 6 pm mon - thur. The latest in women's fashions, musical instruments, CDs, & guitar lessons all in one shop!

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Hot Tomato Pizzeria on Aspen Avenue

Aspen Street Coffee Shop

Munchies Restaurant W. Aspen Avenue (Big Green Dinosaur on Sign)

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Routes through Fruita
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