MANCOS GIVING TREE PROJECT
The Mancos Giving Tree is a long-standing community project in place for Mancos residents (residing in the 81328 zip code or attending Mancos Schools) who could use some extra Christmas cheer this year.
Learn more about this program and find out where to get an application or download the application here.
Interested in living here?
Check out the Montezuma County Relocation Guide
Locate your business in Mancos!
Visit the Town of Mancos Economic Development website.
A LITTLE HISTORY
Mancos is an official Arbor Day Foundation "Tree City USA" and a designated Colorado Creative District. Mancos has the first public electric vehicle charging station in Montezuma County, located at Boyle Park in Downtown Mancos. A leash-free dog park is located at Cottonwood Park, on the banks of the Mancos River.
At 7,000 feet elevation Mancos sits on the cusp of mountains and forests where you can camp, fish, mountain bike and hike. A few miles to the west is Mesa Verde National Park – a World Heritage site. The Town of Mancos is an historic community that retains its pride in history with several buildings on the State and National Historic Registers. The downtown business district offers visitors art galleries, top notch dining options, a cidery, coffee houses and one of the oldest continuously operating bars in Colorado.
Our western outfitters are ready to create a trip for your family in the less traveled territory around the Mancos Valley.
Accommodations range from locally owned motels and charming and distinctive Inns and B & B’s. The picturesque Riverwood RV Resort is within walking distance to downtown Mancos. Camping at the nearby Mancos State Park Recreation Area, known locally as Jackson Lake.