Today, irrigated farming dominates Granada’s landscape, where local farms grow melons, onions, peppers, and more.
The town epitomizes the best of rural life and small-town friendliness. Walk through town and discover beautiful sandstone curbs and gutters built as a WPA project and the little sandstone school house designate on the National Historic Register.
Like many communities in eastern Colorado, Holly was founded after the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad began laying tracks across western Kansas and into Colorado in 1873.
Lamar is a rural, agricultural-based community where numerous events and activities are scheduled throughout the year. A visit to Lamar may include outdoor recreation, community concerts, historical deep dives, and a relaxed shopping experience.