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Steamboat Springs MMJ Dispensaries and Recreational Dispensaries

Marijuana Dispensaries in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Not only do marijuana dispensaries in Steamboat Springs serve the needs of MMJ patients living in the the small mountain community, Colorado residents come to Steamboat from all over the state to enjoy Steamboat Springs many popular amenities and tourist destinations, in addition to the excellent selection of quality medical marijuana strains, marijuana edibles and other MMJ products available on the menu of dispensaries in the area.  All year round, Steamboat Springs is a popular travel destination for Colorado locals and tourists from out of state.

 Steamboat Springs  Medical Marijuana (MMJ) and Recreational Marijuana Dispensaries

Since the state of Colorado legalized recreational marijuana went into effect in January, 2014, marijuana dispensaries that were only permitted to sell cannabis to register medical marijuana patients now sell recreational marijuana too. Steamboat Springs MMJ dispensaries, listed below now sell both medicinal marijuana to patients with a valid MMJ card and recreational marijuana to those (over 21 years of age) that don't have a medical card.


GOLDEN LEAF
1755 Lincoln Avenue
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

NATURAL CHOICE
2835 Downhill Plaza, Unit 603
Steamboat Springs 80487

ROCKY MOUNTAIN REMEDIES
2730 Downhill Plaza, #106
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

Map of Steamboat Springs Marijuana Dispensaries



View Steamboat Springs Recreational and Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Map in a larger map You can find more medical marijuana dispensaries in Colorado here.

If you don't have a MMJ card then you'll need to buy marijuana from one of the recreational dispensaries in Colorado.

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