Located under northeast Colorado's blue skies, Sterling is settled just off I-76 between Denver and the Nebraska state line and is highlighted by native grasslands, majestic bluffs and rolling hills. Visitors delight in the serene qualities of the natural landscape, the wonders of small-town living and the friendly atmosphere of an agricultural-based community filled with hometown values.

The largest city in the northeast corner of the state, Sterling is home to the Overland Trail Museum, two 18-hole golf courses, wildlife viewing, Bradford Rhea tree sculptures, July Jamz free concert series, 60 acres of parks, North Sterling Reservoir State Park, walk/bike paths, Logan County Fair & Rodeo, hunting, fishing, boating, Sugar Beet Days Festival, star gazing, historical downtown buildings and other sites, unique gift and antique shops, great food and quality lodging.

Two hours from any traffic jam, go to Sterling to exhale, unwind and enjoy!

Facility Amenities: ADA-compliant, Fax, Free Coffee, Historic Location, Internet Access, Maps & Brochures Available, Museum, Picnic Sites, Rest Area, RV Parking, Vending Machines
General Information: Hours of Operation: 8a-5p; 7 days a week
Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking on site
Information Services: Accommodation Directory, ADA Information, Business Directories, Calendar of Events, Cultural Information, Discount Packages/Coupons, Moving Guides, Restaurant Guide, Safety Information, Weather Updates
Reservation Services: Tours /Activities