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Territory Days in Old Colorado City

Territory Days - American Indian

Come and live the history - May 28, 29, & 30, 2011

Every Memorial Day weekend, Territory Days comes to Old Colorado City in Colorado Springs.  Territory Days began in 1975 as the “Rampart Range Sertoma Territory Days Parade and Buffalo Barbeque.”  In 1976, the name was changed to Territory Days to commemorate Old Colorado City having become the first capitol of the Colorado Territory back in 1861. Territory Days has grown from a small neighborhood craft fair into a three-day street festival that now hosts over 180 craft, commercial, and food booths.  Each year, between 80,000 and 150,000 guests enjoy this event

  • Held in Bancroft Park in Old Colorado City - 24th Street and Colorado Avenue
  • Opens each day at 10 am. Closes at 7 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Closes at 6 pm on Monday.
  • Don’t worry about parking; take the FREE shuttle bus from/to Coronado High School,  9:45 am to 7:15 pm.
  • Free admission, lots of giveaways ($100 every hour plus spa grand prize), free bicycle valet
  • Food, two beer gardens, demonstrations, fast-draw competition, Wild West gunfighters, local and national music (sponsored by Citadel Broadcasting)

Be a part of this ongoing tradition in Colorado Springs.  With all of the great music and events happening all weekend, consider making a weekend out of it and spending an evening or two in one of the spacious guest rooms or suites at our Lodge.  The Lodge is just minutes from Old Colorado City and less than two miles from the free shuttle at Coronado High School.


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