Adventure by Day…
Theatre by Night!
Adventure by Day… Theatre by Night!
Welcome to Creede, Colorado! Check in right next door to Creede Rep at The Creede Hotel, recently named a National Historical Designated Property; or for a riverside experience head to Antlers Rio Grande Lodge. Once downtown, explore the many shops, restaurants, galleries, and views in our unique mountain town.
Don’t have the right gear or need to upgrade your mountain chic look? Head to San Juan Sports for all your needs, and grab a beverage at their Sunnyside Bar while you shop!
Enjoy everything from the casual vibe at Kip’s Grill or Tommyknocker Tavern to fine dining at The Creede Hotel & Restaurant, or Antlers Riverside Restaurant.
Every summer since 1966, Creede Repertory Theatre has performed shows in rotating repertory. You can see up to five different shows in one weekend!
Evening shows begin at 7pm, matinees at 1pm. Up for a late night? Boomtown! Improv Comedy performs most Fridays at 9:30pm.
Each summer, CRT offers a variety of Day Camps for learners of all ages and interests. Sign up for a camp and prepare to play and learn! The family friendly musical Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella is recommended for children ages 4 and up.
Book a fishing trip at Creede Guide & Outfitters. Even if you’ve never cast a fly rod, their guides will make it an unforgettable experience. Or reserve an ATV/UTV with Mountain Skillz and experience the spectacular views of the San Juan Mountains.
Catch a Show!
We don’t just perform at night. Creede Rep offers matinees several days a week. Catch the hilarious whodunnit, Clue: On Stage by Sandy Rustin.
Want more drama? Catch The Royale by Marco Ramirez. Creede Rep performs in two different spaces within two blocks of each other.
The historic Mainstage Theatre, and the Ruth Humphreys Brown Theatre which opened in 2011.
Creede is nestled in 97% National Forest! Stop by the forest ranger station at 3rd and Main Street or San Juan Sports for a variety of hikes right out your back door! If you want to stay close to town, we recommend the Up-and-Over, which takes you to the beautiful spires above downtown. You can find the trailhead in the parking lot east of Downstream Gas & Mercantile.
Creede might have more galleries per capita than any other city as well as being home to internationally acclaimed watercolor artist, Stephen Quiller. Long live the arts in Creede!
Another day, another show. Round out your trip with romantic comedy Dear Jack, Dear Louise by Ken Ludwig, or the stunning World Premiere production of Mountain Octopus by Beth Kander.