Perfectly situated on the high plains with panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains, Greeley offers a small town feel with big city attractions and entertainment. We have 300 days of sunshine, a lively downtown filled with shops, restaurants, breweries and night spots, a vibrant music scene, an active arts community with beautiful parks and open spaces to explore.Greeley is an agricultural town turned suburban city in the Front Range Urban Corridor. Many recreational opportunities exist in Greeley including miles of the scenic Poudre River Trail for hiking, walking, and biking and the Poudre Learning Center for outdoor educational and family fun. Visit the Colorado Model Railroad Museum, Centennial Village (a living history museum), the Meeker Home Museum, The Greeley History Museum.
A variety of meeting facilities are available in Greeley, including the DoubleTree by Hilton at Lincoln Park in the heart of downtown. This full-service conference hotel with 14,000sq ft of event space, on-site restaurant, Meeker’s – A Colorado Kitchen, makes holding all types of conferences easy! A variety of dining and entertainment options are within walking distance of this lovely property.
Island Grove Regional Park has a reputation as one of the most picturesque and versatile events complexes in the nation. It is a multi-use events complex owned by the City of Greeley and Weld County. Located on 145 acres, there is plenty of space for all ages to play! The Events Center can accommodate meetings of 100 up to 8,280 with catering available all day and a/v equipment to fit for any needs.
The Platte River Fort, located two miles east of Greeley on US Highway 34, is excited to announce they have added a bed and breakfast package to their already extensive offerings. This venue has an 896 square foot dining room which offers views of the meadow, grazing Texas Longhorns and cottonwood trees lining the South Platte River. Their Bent’s Barn is a unique setting for any type of event.
Greeley is home to the University of Northern Colorado which has several meeting facilities including the year-round conference site at the University Center with 23 meeting rooms and lounges. The new Campus Commons, the wheel hub to UNC’s campus, serves as a central point for visitors, current students and alumni alike. In addition to welcoming guests and showcasing the arts, the Commons provides open and reserve study and hangout spaces, rehearsal rooms and more to complement the neighboring University Center.
If you would like theater style seating, we have that, too, at the Union Colony Civic Center in downtown Greeley. The Union Colony Civic Center can accommodate meetings of 214 to 1661 attendees and can accommodate small banquets. With an array of lodging options available that are 15 minutes from any destination in Greeley, we can take care of all types and sizes of conferences and meetings.
Our community events can be incorporated into your meeting and conference agendas. The nationally known Greeley Stampede is the premier event for the town with 11 days of rodeos, concerts, and more. Other events include Greeley Arts Picnic, Greeley/ University of Northern Colorado Jazz Fest, The MultiCultural Festival, The Greeley Blues Jam, High Plains Chautauqua, Monster Day Greeley, Weld County Fair, Oktobrewfest, and the Festival of Trees are all wonderful events to start or end any conference or meeting, www.visitgreeley.org