Hello, fellow Strawberry enthusiasts!
If you’re looking for a fun-filled day of food, music, and family-friendly activities, you won’t want to miss the Annual Strawberry Festival in Glenwood Springs! This beloved event will take place June 16 – 18, and it’s sure to be a highlight of the summer.
Now, you might be wondering what’s so special about this year’s festival. Well, for starters, it’s being held in a new location. The festival is relocating to 2 Rivers Park. This is an exciting change for the organizers, vendors, and attendees alike.
One of the biggest advantages of the new location is that it’s much more accessible for visitors coming from out of town. Plus, with more space to spread out, there will be even more vendors, food trucks, and entertainment options to enjoy. And let’s not forget the main attraction – the delicious, juicy strawberries that are the star of the show.
But as someone who’s attended the Strawberry Festival in the past, I have no doubt that the organizers will rise to the occasion and create a truly memorable event. Whether you’re a lifelong resident of Glenwood Springs or a first-time visitor, this festival is a must-see.
So mark your calendars, gather your friends and family, and get ready to indulge in all things strawberry-related. See you there!
If you live in Northern New Mexico or the Denver area, its a sort trip to the Strawberry Days celebration in Glenwood Springs, Colorado.
Park your Rv at Ami’s Acres
Ami’s Acres is a great place to park your RV. It offers RV spots, tent camping, group spots, and Mountain Man cabins. Family owned and operated since 1973, Ami’s Acres campground offers camping value in a perfect Glenwood Springs location. About three miles west of downtown Glenwood, this unique property is surrounded by mountains on all four sides with views of the Colorado River.
Large RV camping sites offer parking spaces for up to 2 additional vehicles, full hookups (electric, sewer, and water) and easy pull through access for your convenience, up to 42′ RVs allowed. There are also smaller RV sites with just electricity and water, however, these are located near the bathhouse which may suit you better. Tent camping sites have excellent views, including some very private and secluded spots including a few walk-in sites. Most sites have mature trees and tables and are separate from the RV area of the campground.
See you at the Strawberry Days Festival!