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Finding The Bud Farm is easy!
If you’re visiting Southwestern Colorado you’ll find that our shop is pretty easy to find. We’re centrally located between Durango and Cortez on Route 160 in Mancos, Colorado. Our address is 385 N Willow St, Mancos, CO 81328
- If you’re driving West from Durango to Cortez, our marijuana shop will be on your right hand side.
- And if you’re driving East from Cortez to Durango, our store will be on your left hand side shortly after entering Mancos Colorado.
- Looking for land marks? A new Family Dollar store is right next to our dispensary.
Many visitors to our area are here to enjoy all that southwestern Colorado has to offer. And many of those visitors motor right on through Mancos on their way to some of the major attractions. They’re missing out! Mancos is more than the town you drive through on your way to Mesa Verde, the Durango / Silverton Railroad, and the San Juan sky way! It’s a historic town with a quaint and small downtown area. If you’re looking to step back into the “Old West,” Mancos is a great place to spend an afternoon.
Mancos is also a great launching point for your Southwest Colorado visit. The town’s central location makes it a convient place to visit Mesa Verde National Park, Durango, Cortez, Hovenweep National Monument, Canyon of the Ancients National Monument, and the San Juan Skyway. So, if you’re just planning your visit to the Colorado’s Four Corners region, consider using Mancos as your base camp for your visit. And while you’re here, pop by The Bud Farm for a little recreational enhancement!
Mesa Verde National Park
The Bud Farm recreational marijuana dispensary is the closest dispensary to Mesa Verde. We’re only 8 miles away from the park entrance.
In 2016 the National Park Service is celebrating it’s 100th anniversary. And Mesa Verde is part of the 100 year anniversary celebration.
For those unfamiliar with the park, Mesa Verde boasts some incredible ancient cliff dwellings. From Spruce Tree House to Balcony House, and Cliff Palace, visitors to the area can see first hand the ancient cliff ruins. The park service offers multiple tours throughout the day for visitors to get an up close look at many of the cliff dwellings in the park.
Please keep in mind when visiting the park that it is a National Park, and federal land. While Colorado has approved the use of recreational pot, the federal government has not. Visitors are best advised to leave their recreational use outside the park. We have additional information about where you can and can’t use recreational pot in our FAQ’s section, so be sure to give it a read.
Durango is a 30 mile drive from The Bud Farm. While there are several dispensaries in the greater Durango area, we think you’ll find that we have the best service and locally grown selection around.
Durango is an incredibly historic city right out of the old west. The downtown area is breath taking. With beautiful hotels, an amazing downtown retail area, and plenty of recreation in the area, Durango is a must visit when you come to southwest Colorado!
One of the big draws to the community has to be the Durango / Silverton railroad. Visitors can take the train ride from Durango to the historic mining community in Silverton. You can easily make a full day out of the journey and your visit to Silverton, so be sure to plan a few days of visiting Durango in order to take everything in.
Cortez is approximately 18 miles from our shop in Mancos. Like Durango, there are several in town recreational pot dispensaries, but we think you’ll like our selection and service the best. So before heading over to Cortez, be sure to pay us a visit.
The city of Cortez is another historic southwestern location. The downtown retail shopping area is a little smaller than Durango’s, but still offers plenty to visitors in the area. It’s also a short trip from Cortez to the Four Corners Monument, Hovenweep National Monument, and Canyon of the Ancients National Monument.
The Four Corners and More!
The Four Corners Monument is where Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona all meet. Hence the “Four Corners.”
Many visitors to the area make sure to take the trek out to the monument to get a photo of themselves in 4 states. The monument itself requires an entrance fee, and you can be certain no matter what time of year it is, there will be a crowd standing in the Four Corners.
Hovenweep National Monument
Hovenweep is home to multiple ancient ruin sites. Crumbling towers, ancient dwellings, and historical artifacts are awaiting visitors to the area. Like Mesa Verde, Hovenweep falls under federal guidelines, and it also spans into Utah where recreational pot use is not legal, so we would suggest leaving your recreational marijuana behind before visiting the location. Check our FAQ’s for more information
Canyon of the Ancients National Monument
Connected to and extending from Hovenweep, Canyon of the Ancients extends across a large acreage in Utah and Colorado. Intrepid hikers will enjoy walking out to Painted Hand, or Lowry Pueblo, seeing ancient kivas, and taking in the incredible scenery the area offers. Visitors can find quick trips into the monument, or plan longer hikes and discover ruin sites that haven’t even been posted with signage. Like Mesa Verde and Hovenweep you’re traversing federal lands and land in the state of Utah as well. Check our FAQ’s about marijuana on national lands.