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Colorado Pot Dispensaries

Colorado's First Medical Marijuana (MMJ) Dispensaries

Caregivers and medical marijuana dispensaries in Colorado began to appear in early 2000.  In the beginning of Colorado's push for medicinal marijuana, only a handful of dispensaries existed.  For these early Colorado dispensaries operating their marijuana sales operations in a highly discrete manner was necessary to avoid avoid scrutiny from federal and state officials and ultimately to stay in business.

This all changed in 2009, when the Board of Health rejected a proposal to restrict the number of patients a caregivers could grow cannabis for to 5.  With the rejection of this limit the dispensary model was born and the path toward to robust Colorado marijuana scene you see today set. There are now hundreds of medicinal cannabis shops in Colorado and the state is making a killing of taxing marijuana sales.


Marijuana Dispensaries in Colorado

Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs and Fort Collins, Colorado's 4 largest cities, are also the states centers for medical marijuana dispensaries and businesses.  Colorado marijuana dispensaries are banned by some cities and counties in Colorado.  Still no matter where in Colorado you are, it's not too far to the nearest cannabis clinic.

Below are some resources on marijuana dispensaries in Colorado, including maps of marijuana dispensaries in different Colorado cities and reviews of marijuana dispensaries.

Colorado Dispensaries Map

Checkout the map below to locate marijuana dispensaries in Colorado. Each placemarker on the map pinpoints the location of a marijuana dispensary. Click on a placemarker to get details on a dispensary.



In some areas of Colorado's most populated cities, Denver, Colorado Springs, Boulder, and Fort Collins namely, there's at least one pot dispensary on every block.  Because of areas like these (South Broadway in Denver, now commonly referred to as Broadsterdam, for instance), it's not hard to find good places to buy weed in Colorado. Even those living in cities or counties of Colorado with bans on marijuana businesses normally only have to drive 10 to 20 minutes to get to an area with some good medical marijuana dispensaries.

To facilitate MMJ patients of Colorado in navigating the many marijuana dispensaries in Colorado and find the best places to buy the pot and THC meds they love, the Colorado MarijuanaConnections .com team compiled the maps of Colorado cities below.  These maps pinpoint the locations of dispensaries in Colorado.  We hope that they can help you in the (never ending) quest to find the best pot strains on earth!

  Recreational Marijuana Dispensaries in Colorado

Recreational dispensaries in Colorado serve residents and non-residents over the age of 21.  Recreational marijuana sales surpassed medical marijuana sales for the first time just a weeks ago, an indication of the strong demand for weed among recreational (AKA non-red card holding) users.

Most rec dispensaries just as good of cannabis as medical marijuana dispensaries.  Because of State taxes on recreational marijuana sales, however, buying recreation marijuana in Colorado costs a significant amount more than buying medicinal cannabis does.

Buying Weed in Denver, Colorado

Denver Marijuana Dispensaries (recreational and medical)
Checkout this map of Denver's best medical marijuana dispensaries. It shows locations, addresses and other info for pot  dispensaries in Denver, Colorado. 

Buying Weed in Boulder

Boulder Medical Marijuana Dispensaries
Browse our easy to navigate map of Boulder's best marijuana dispensaries. The map features the location, contact info and other details on medical marijuana dispensaries in Boulder, Colorado. From South Boulder to North Boulder and from Eldorado Springs Canyon to the Hill and the Pearl Street Mall, we've identified all the best marijuana dispensaries in the City of Boulder.

Buying Weed from a Steamboat Springs Dispensary

Steamboat Springs Dispensaries
Steamboat Springs is another popular Colorado mountain town for skiing and hiking.  Marijuana dispensaries in Steamboat Springs carry top-shelf and mid-grade cannabis strains.  Find out what the best dispensaries are in Steamboat Springs.

Other Colorado Cities/Towns

  • Aurora Recreational Dispensaries - Recreational marijuana sales have been approvedin Aurora.  Here's a map of retail shops in Aurora, Colorado (expected to be open by November, 2014).  



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  1. Anonymous7:10:00 AM

    Rocky Mtn Miracles in colorado springs, co is one of the best shops i have ever visited! great selection of smokeables and edibles! jof

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