There’s free wi-fi at the Mancos Public Library 211 W. 1st St., Columbine Bar, 123 Grand Ave.; Zuma Natural Foods, at the corner of Highway 160 and Main St., Fahrenheit Coffee Roasters, at Grand and Mesa; P & D Grocery on the north side of Highway 160; and at the Mancos Valley Visitor Center on the corner of Main St. and Bauer Ave.
Pick up the Wall Street Journal or New York Times (in addition to local and regional newspapers) at the P&D Grocery. It’s also home of our local butcher and great cuts of fresh meat, fresh baked items from their bakery and great made-to-order pizza and deli sandwiches.
If you need auto parts, car repairs, tires or to change out that propane bottle Cox Conoco is on the east end of town. Gary’s Repair on Railroad Ave. at the west end of town offers auto repair and also specializes in Jeep, Subaru and European cars. Valley Repair is on the west end of town on N. Oak and specializes in truck and diesel repair but also services cars and ATV’s. Our local motorcycle shop can help you with your single track equipment.
You can recycle your paper and metal at the south end of Beech Street behind the school administration building. From Grand and Main go west to Beech and take a left; go one block to the huge bins at end of the street.
There’s a drive-thru ATM machine at the Dolores State Bank at 138 W. Main Street, at the P & D Grocery and at Cox Conoco.
And don’t forget to tune into KSJD Dryland Community Radio at 91.5 or KRTZ (today’s hits & yesterday’s favorites) at 98.7.
Stop by the Visitors Center at 101 E. Bauer Street (off Main Street across from Boyle Park) for the inside scoop on where to eat, sights to see and places to stay. We have a great collection of maps and guide books to get you safely into the high country, too! Whether it’s hikes, birding or a visit to the Louis L’Amour Country we’re ready to help you get your feet on the ground in the wonderful Mancos Valley, the GATEWAY TO MESA VERDE. Where the west still lives.
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