As the gateway to the Pawnee National Grasslands, New Raymer is a small town located in the eastern plains for Colorado, 109 miles northeast of Denver.
Raymer sits at an elevation of 4,777 feet in Weld County. It was incorporated in 1919 and had a population of 96 in 2010.
Pawnee Pioneer Trail Scenic & Historic Byway – From town, take this historic byway up to the Pawnee National Grassland. Enjoy wildlife viewing, hiking, and beautiful scenery.
At the base of the Pawnee National Grassland, Raymer provides easy access via HWY 14 – The Pawnee Pioneer Trail Historic & Scenic Byway to the Pawnee National Grassland. Hiking is The most popular hiking trail is the Pawnee Buttes Trail.
Sep – Northeast Weld County Fair and Rodeo – Held every year at the Rox Family Arena in New Raymer, this family-friendly fair and rodeo is the epitome of a small town celebration.
Sep – Friends of Raymer Car Show – Benefitting the restoration of local historic buildings, this car show features dozens of interesting cars and motorcycles.
Activities near New Raymer
- Fort Morgan (34mi)