Montrose is a Home Rule Municipality, the county seat of Montrose County, Colorado, United States. The population in Montrose numers 15,400 inhabitants. In 1882, Montrose was incorporated and its name was inspired the novel A Legend Of Montrose by Walter Scot.
Top Attractions within Montrose
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is a national park located in Colorado, near Montrose. The park covers a large area, with many natural beauties, as well as recreational opportunities for all visitors that come here. In the park are many conservation areas also, so for those that love nature and exploring it, they must not miss this place. People that like photography, will find their inspiration here and will have the chance to capture heavenly landscapes and spots. The Gunnison River flows though the park, so this attraction is as a fairytale. Campgrounds, hiking, trails, rock climbing are other fun possibilities for the visitors of this great place, enabling them a lot of fun and a nice time.
Curecanti National Recreation Area is located near Montrose, United States and abounds in visitor facilities such as Lake Fork Visitor Center, Cimarron Visitor Center and Elk Creek Visitor Center, many damns and creeks, as well as the Denver & Rio Grande Western Narrow Gauge Trestle, which is another attraction that people will find here.
The Montrose Botanic Gardens are wonderful botanical gardens, being located in Montrose, filled with many flowers, trees, so the views are extraordinary. You can find this location at 1800 Pavilion Drive. It is a relaxing spot, very relaxing that will catch your eyes and will spoil your senses with their perfume. Walk, take photos and enjoy the moments in these beautiful, new gardens. It is a great place for people that love nature, flowers and are interested in discovering more about this field.
The Ute Indian Museum in Montrose houses amazing exhibits that present the story of the Ute tribe of Native American that settled here many years ago.