Since 1938, the town of Meeker has rejoiced its western cowboy heritage with an annual Range Call. The 135th Range Call festival is sure to delight families with authentic Colorado atmosphere and jubilee.
Meeker held its very first rodeo years early during July 4th in 1885. It has kept up the tradition every year since, granting it the honor of “Colorado’s oldest annual rodeo”. This year’s festival takes place from Thursday to Sunday, July 2nd to 5th, 2020. In addition to to the rodeo, festivities include:
- Barn Dance
- Homemade Food
- Crafts Vendors
- Fireworks Display
- 5K Run
- Pancake Breakfast
The 4th of July fireworks is always the pinnacle to the Range Call festival. It’s one of the Western Slope’s top fireworks show. There’s also the fan-favorite parade down Main Street. It’s free to enter! The Meeker Historical Society even provides free root beer floats during Range Call.
Meeker is known to have one of the best fireworks displays on the western slope. Our 4th of July parade is always a highlight of Range Call and is accompanied by other smaller local events such as a pancake breakfast, 5k run, and root beer floats provided by the Meeker Historical Society. On the last day of the festival witness the Meeker Bank Robbery. Locals reenact this famous failed bank robbery from 1896.
Address: 700 Sulphur Creek Road, Meeker, CO 81641
Date: Thur-Sun, July 2-5, 2020