The 10 Best Dispensaries in Colorado

Colorado has long been ahead of the game when it comes to marijuana legalization. It was among the first states to embrace decriminalization in the mid-1970s, was the eighth state to legalize medicinal marijuana, and it was the first state to legalize recreational weed. With all that history, it should come as no surprise that the state has a plethora of dispensaries. So which are the ten best dispensaries in Colorado? Let’s take a look.

10 Best Weed Dispensaries in Colorado

1. The Joint – Denver

Known for its helpful and friendly staff, as well as its signature strain: Voodoo. 

2. Ballpark Holistic Dispensary – Denver

Conveniently located right next to Coors Field, it’s praised for catering to a range of holistic concerns, its expansive selection, and its convenient parking.

3. Lightshade Iliff – Aurora

Open since 2011, they have a reputation for providing the highest quality products along with friendly service.

4. Lightshade Havana – Aurora

Like their other location, this dispensary is known for quality, friendliness, and expertise.

5. Tumbleweed – Parachute

Loved for its “Wild West” vibe, they also provide high quality products, attentive service, and rotating specials.

6. Infinite Wellness Center – Collins

Customers hail its low prices, quality products, hip atmosphere, and outstanding service.

7. Maggie’s Farm in Manitou Springs – Manitou Springs

Renowned for its sun-grown, slow-cured, spring-watered, hand-trimmed products, as well as its friendly, approachable staff.

8. Faragosi Farms – Trinidad

Pet-friendly, donates an astounding 33% of profit to charity, comfortable space, and high quality products.

9. Native Roots – Denver

Dedicated to providing truly high-end cannabis products, known for collaborating with entertainers such as GRiZ to create unique strains.

10. L’Eagle Services – Denver 

Committed to cultivating clean, organic products, and long-cures buds for at least 90 days to deliver smooth flavor. Earned “Certifiably Green” sustainability status from the Denver Department of Environmental Health.


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