Life on Colorado's Western Slope means still being able to enjoy a slice of old-time America known as Main Street.

Living in a giant city like Denver will feel a lot different than heading downtown in a place like Grand Junction. Today, we're looking at several towns around the state that invite us to 'Meet Me On Main Street.'

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Which Colorado Towns Have the Best Main Street?

Many of the communities on the list below tend to combine a small-town feel with some gold rush history to make for a fun and interesting visit. Scroll through 12 communities below that offer a great Main Street Experience. Some of the best include the communities of Creede, Leadville, Fort Collins, Grand Junction, Fruita, Durango, Niwot, Parker, Ouray, Telluride, Littleton, Crested Butte, Breckenridge, and more.

Which Main Street in Colorado Gets the Most Visitors?

Canon City Colorado boasts the longest Main Street in America and is one of the most visited downtown areas in Colorado. Like many, this Main Street date back to the gold rush era with lots of cool stops and great views as you stroll through the old shopping district.

Which Main Street is Colorado's Oldest?

The towns of San Luis, Boulder, Leadville, Breckenridge, and Canon City are some of the oldest communities with an intact Main Street. Many of these towns have markers and historic walking tours that detail their story Below we will point out some of the best small towns to see for that great Main Street vibe.

These 12 Colorado Small Towns Say ‘Meet Me On Main Street’

If you love the feeling of community that is found on the Main Streets around America, you'll love a visit to the following towns right here in Colorado. Learn more about some of the oldest communities in the state that still feature this special part of old-time America.

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MORE: 15 Best Small Towns in Colorado to Visit

Whether they might be ski towns, old mining towns, or towns known for their hot springs, Colorado has no shortage of great small towns. I've lived in four very different parts of Colorado in my 34 years on this planet, (Eagle, Pueblo, Fort Collins, and Grand Junction,) and have traveled all over the state.

However, The Crazy Tourist's list of the 15 best small towns to visit in Colorado actually features some towns that I've never been to.

According to The Crazy Tourist, these are the 15 best small towns to visit in Colorado.

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