Deer Creek Village Realty, LLCDeer Creek Village Realty, LLC
"Sharing Paradise With Friends & Neighbors"
Office: (970)856-6900   |   Cell: (970)234-7673

Area Info



Below the southern rim of The Grand Mesa, the largest mesa in the world, you will find "Our Town," Cedaredge. From Cedaredge, you have spectacular views of the San Juan Mountains, the West Elk Wilderness, The Ragged Mountains, the Uncompahgre Mountains and Grand Mesa. Nearby are The Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and the communities of Delta, Olathe, and Montrose.

Cedaredge is an agricultural community producing apples, peaches, and wine from the region's several vineyards. When visiting, don't miss The Deer Creek Village Golf Club, Historic Pioneer Town, wineries, and art galleries--including one in a renovated apple packing shed.

Locals and visitors share paradise with each other in a variety of outdoor activities including camping, trophy hunting, hiking, fishing for 10 species of trout at more than 250 lakes on the Grand Mesa, and Gold Medal fishing on the Gunnison River. During the winter, locals partake in snowmobiling and Nordic skiing on the Mesa's numerous trails as well as watching annual dogsled races on Grand Mesa. Powderhorn Resort is located 30 miles north of Cedaredge and offers a variety of ski terrain such as bumps, glades, and boulder fields, as well as two quality terrain parks.

Pioneer Town is a museum and historical village. The museum consists of restored early 20th century town buildings, including a western saloon, Marshall’s office, barber shop, bank, clothing store, jail, creamery, and a working blacksmith's shop. Pioneer Town is also the home of the Chapel of the Cross. The latest major addition to Pioneer Town is the Doll and Toy House, a building designed to display a portion of the museum's large collection of dolls and toys from the past.

The DeerCreek Village Golf Club is a unique 18 hole, 72 par municipal course. It is located at an elevation of 6100 feet, with plenty of trees, rolling terrain, water features and hazards. DeerCreek Village also includes a driving range, clubhouse, and grill. Surrounding the golf course is The DeerCreek Village Golf Course Community. Stop by and you will see why so many locals and visitors consider this the premier place to live in Delta County.

Special Events in Cedaredge:

• Numerous festivals all year long

• Applefest

• Little Britches Rodeo and Parade


The City of Delta, Colorado, is nestled in a valley surrounded by mountains and is located between Grand Junction and Montrose at the confluence of The Uncompahgre and Gunnison Rivers. We are experiencing controlled growth and recreational opportunities abound - Bill Heddles Recreation Center; Confluence Lake and Park with fishing and walking trails; mountain climbing, hiking, hunting and skiing within one hour drive, and an active growing senior citizen program.

North Fork Valley


(45 Minute Drive from The DeerCreek Village)

Paonia is a small town in Western Colorado about halfway between Aspen and Telluride. The West Elks Mountains surrounding Paonia are home to The West Elk Wilderness area and a nationally designated grape growing area. Vineyards, orchards and organic gardens thrive in this climate. Three special winery and local B&B events begin with a Blossom Walk the third weekend in April, then continue with a ‘Wine and Dine’ the third weekend in August, and culminates Thanksgiving weekend with a barrel tasting.


(30 Minute Drive from The DeerCreek Village)

Travelers arriving from the west are first introduced to the beautiful North Fork (of the Gunnison River) Valley as they enter the town of Hotchkiss. Emerging from the adobe badlands, visitors climb onto Rogers Mesa - a green gently sloping bench that extends five miles to the west of the Town of Hotchkiss. This mesa is Hotchkiss’ prime agricultural area, consisting of many orchards, farms and small ranches.

To the north lie the slopes of the Grand Mesa and Grand Mesa National Forest. Hotchkiss itself is a quiet little town of 1000 people, restaurants, motels, antique shops, a medical clinic, a well-stocked supermarket, places to camp, and a wide range of other local businesses. About an additional 1000 people reside on the mesas immediately surrounding the town. The Delta County Fairgrounds is located in downtown Hotchkiss with Memorial Hall and Heritage Hall, which host many local events. The Delta County Fair in August, the North Fork Valley Bluegrass Festival in June, the Sheep Dog Trials in May and the Black Canyon Art Exhibit in June are only a few of the many interesting events that you may include in your vacation schedule.


(1 Hour Drive from The DeerCreek Village)

The area surrounding Crawford is comprised of expansive mesas, deep canyons and breathtaking mountains. The Old West is very much alive here - genuine cowboys run cattle drives right through the middle of this small town.

Situated on the West Elk Loop Scenic & Historic Byway, this small artisan community is the gateway to the North Rim in Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, located 15 miles south of town. At this park, sheer black cliffs sandwich the Gunnison River, which rages thousands of feet below. Nearby, Crawford State Park offers camping, boating and fishing, and U.S. Forest Service access roads wind into the West Elk Mountain range, an ideal area for hunting and fishing.

Crawford affords splendid views of Needle Rock, a distinctive volcanic landmark rising out of the West Elk mountain range, three miles east of town. Each July during the Render the Rock festival, artists of all ages gather to recreate the spire in every medium from traditional oil paintings and pastels to fabric hats, soap carvings and flower arrangements. Famed rocker Joe Cocker visited Crawford and decided to make this southwestern community his home. You will find Joe and his wife Pam following their passion for helping young people as they are heavily involved in The Cocker Kids Foundation, making a very noticeable impact on the community.


Deer Creek Village Realty, LLC
110 SE Frontier Avenue Suite A • Cedaredge, CO 81413
Office: (970)856-6900 • Cell: (970)234-7673
Fax: (970)856-4810