Durango Farmers Market offers locally produced food and goods to provide a healthier more enjoyable life to the Durango area. Held on Saturdays from May to October if's full of an amazing variety of great and healthy products.
Don't worry if you forgot your cash. You can use your credit or debit card or a check to purchase what you want. Go to the Info Booth and find out how it works.
For a truly unforgettable step back in time, ride our coal-fired, steam-powered narrow gauge train to the historic mining town of Silverton and back. Savor the 3 1/2 hour journey each way and spend 2 hours in Silverton for lunch and shopping and exploring. Call the train station at 877-872-4607 for information and tickets.
Durango's favorite family entertainment since 1969 . Open nightly from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Choose roast beef, chicken or flame broiled rib eye steak served with all the fixings by the Wranglers. There will be songs of the Old West, comedy and lively instrumentals by the Wranglers. There is a short line railroad, playground, hay ride, gold panning, a leather and blacksmith shop, and more. It's 9 miles north of Durango and reservations are required.
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