At Swan Meadow
More Peace and More Rest!
Restore and Refresh your soul!
City life can wear you out, but here at Swan Meadow Cottages there is renewal and rejuvenation. Enjoy the spectacular wildlife on Swan Meadow. Some of the birds and wildlife you may see include: white and Australian black swans, peacocks, guineas, ptarmigans, doves, chickens and heirloom turkeys, and cows. Swan Meadow Cottages Bed and Breakfast Resort & Weddings.
FIRE PIT & PICNICS
In the shade of cottonwood trees or in front of the cottage next to the flowers , create lasting memories. We provide the beautiful venue and you bring the food. Make reservations to stay at our cottage and we provide the heart song organic farm fresh eggs, gourmet treats, coffee, teas and bottled water. More Information
Good old fashion fun is key to slowing downing and enjoying pure untechnical tire and rope. Hanging around the farm is great, swing over the steam, feeding the peacocks, gazing at the cattle, or watching the guineas catch each other. Farm life is simply amazing and freeing.
CREEK BOAT RIDES
Take the tiny farm boat on a short ride for an adventure. Scale the jumbo trees or plank cross the water. The chickens are so fun to watch as the match from one side to the other. Memories are lasting when you step into the boat or stream.
Community events happening right here, such as craft shows fairs, family picnics, weddings, and celebrations of life.
Bridal Showers, Birthdays, Weddings, Mothers Day, Engagement, Romanic Get-Away, Graduation or Baby Shower, Honeymoon Anniversaries, Picnics, Small Group Retreats, Team-Building Events, Luncheons and others.
Please call directly at: 970-396-1616
AREA EVENTS AND ATTRACTIONS
A two day celebration of friendship, music, and good times. Come out and enjoy national and local Blues artists on two stages 12 hours of non stop Blues!
When: June 10th and 11th
Where: Island Grove Arena
Address: 501 North 14th Ave
Contact: 970- 356-7787
Dubbed “Biggest Little Rodeo in the West” and celebrating its 93rd year, the small ranching community of Grover, Colorado comes together on Father’s Day weekend to pay tribute to rodeo icon, Earl Anderson.
When: June 18th and 19th
Address: Grover Rodeo Grounds
The Greeley Stampede spans two weekends and features pro-rodeo, bull-riding and kids rodeos, music concerts, demolition derby, Carnival Midway, Western Art Show, mixed with food and fun galore.
When: June 23 thru July 4
Address: 600 N. 14th Street
Celebrating its 98th year, the fair gives the youth and adults of Weld County an opportunity to exhibit their skills in a wide variety of areas including agriculture, livestock, natural resources, engineering, consumer and family, fine arts, horticulture and family living.
When: July 27th – August 1st
Where: Island Grove Regional Park, Greeley
Address: 525 N. 15th Ave
You don’t have to know how to pronounce it—all you need to know is High Plains Chautauqua is great fun for anyone between 8 and 108! You’ll learn a lot about history, enjoy the excitement of live theater, and it’s all free!
When: August 2nd thru 6th
Where: Aims Community College
Address: 5401 West 20th St
Contact: 970- 352-3567
If you’re an avid race fan, get ready to experience some of the most fierce short-track competition found anywhere, or you’re just looking for an exciting and affordable entertainment venue for the entire family, make plans now to head to the lightning-fast 3/8 paved oval.
When: Race weekends from April 1st – October 1st
Address: 4281 Graden Blvd
Step back in time with an 8 acre living history museum allowing visitors to experience Northern Colorado as it was over 100 years ago.
Address: 1475 A St.
Contact: 970-350-9220Greeley History Museum
Exhibits telling the story of Greeley and Weld County.
Address: 714 8th St.
Created in 1980, The Wild Animal Sanctuary is situated on 720 acres of rolling grassland and has helped over 1,000 animals since it first opened. The sanctuary is currently home to over 350 species including tigers, African lions, leopards, and bears.
Address: 1946 County Road 53
This museum features over 600 railroad-related artifacts ranging from a Virginia and Truckee Railroad switch key to a full-sized Colorado and Southern wooden Caboose available for examining both inside and out.
Address: 680 10th Street
Grover’s tales and artifacts of boom and bust and the railroads. Open weekends from June – August 1 to 4 P.M
Address: Chatoga Avenue
Dedicated to the history of Kersey
Address: 413 1st St. (Located in the back of the Library)
Hundreds of rare aviation items and artifacts are on display of vintage and corporate aviation while promoting the love of flight.
Address: 2650 South Main St. Bldg. A
Many artifacts from the funding days of Eaton and a collection of exhibits featuring the Spanish American War, World War I, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Gulf War, Iraq and Afghanistan War.
Address: 207 Elm Ave
Featuring two prominent buttes located within the Pawnee National Grassland. The Buttes Hiking Trail is noted for its scenery and bird-watching potential and supports a wide range of wildlife. Lark bunting, mountain plover, burrowing owl, and numerous raptor species are seen throughout the year. Pronghorn, mule deer, coyote, swift fox, rattlesnakes and prairie dogs are primary residents of the Pawnee Grasslands.
Location: Southeast of Grover at the junction of County Roads 112 and Hwy 390
A 21-mile paved recreation trail that wanders along the majestic Cache la Poudre River from Greeley to Windsor through Weld County, Colorado.
Address: North 14th Ave and D Street