Willow Bend Real Estate Represents Several
Communities on the Western Slope
Grand Junction, Clifton, Palisade, East Orchard Mesa, Whitewater/ Gateway, Fruita, Loma and Mack, Mesa/Collbran/Molina
Mesa County Area Specifics:
Town limits of Palisade lie between I-70 and the Colorado River, starting approximately at the Palisade High School on the west end and going easterly along Hwy 6 approximately the Palisade Base Camp. However, the area from 34 Road East is commonly referred to as Palisade.
(Hwy 141 Corridor)
Unincorporated area lying SE of Grand
Junction along Hwy 50. Travel southwest on Hwy 141 to Gateway.
LOMA & MACK
Unincorporated mostly agricultural area lying west of Fruita.
An unincorporated area lying east of Grand Junction, but west of Palisade.
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EAST ORCHARD MESA
Agricultural Unincorporated area South of the Colorado River and
East of 32 Rd.
There is not a designated website for the area – A large portion of East Orchard Mesa lies within the zip code for Palisade.
Fruita (/ˈfruːtə/) originally was known for its fruit orchards, but now is home to outdoor adventure which includes mountain biking, hiking, outdoor concerts, Mike the Headless Chicken and other activities.
MESA/ COLLBRAN/ MOLINA
Agricultural areas on the Grand Mesa
Delta, Surface Creek, Orchard City, Cedaredge, Hotchkiss,
Delta County Area Specifics:
Delta still offers a sense of a friendly, rural community.
Heart of the North Fork Valley, a hub for all those winter and summer activities that the wonderful Western Slope of Colorado has to offer. Hotchkiss offers a place for folks to come and meet from all over the County, at Memorial Hall and the County Fairgrounds. Town is a location where people travel to hunt, fish and take in the local atmosphere.
Area along Hwy 65, North of Hwy 92
Known as the gateway to Grand Mesa, a distinctive landmark and the world’s largest flat top mountain. Nestled on the sunny side of Grand Mesa, the town of Cedaredge is ideally situated at a comfortable elevation of 6,200 feet. The valleys on the south side are blessed with some of the mildest weather in Colorado. For nearly a century, fruit growers have found this climate, along with abundant irrigation water, ideal for apples, peaches, apricots, cherries and pears.
Settled by farmers, ranchers and miners, now home to artists and outdoor lovers as well. Paonia has optimal conditions for growing cherries, apricots, grapes, peaches, plums, pears, nectarines and apples. Paonia is a focal point of back roads and trails leading into the forest, attracting hunters, hikers bicyclists and cross-country skiers.
The community was named for George A. Crawford, editor and gubernatorial candidate. Crawford sits amid expansive mesas, deep canyons, and breathtaking mountains. The Old West is very much alive here- genuine cowboys run cattle drives through the middle of this small town. Elizabeth 1 was the original owner of present day location of the town site of Crawford.
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BOATING – Local Lakes & Reservoirs
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