Stratton is a tiny eastern plains town with a population of 658 in 2010. It’s a Statutory Town that resides at an elevation of 4,413 feet, not too far from the Kansas border.
The town was incorporated on April 15th, 1917. Winfield Scott Stratton, a famed local gold miner and philanthropist was the reason for the town’s name. There are a few businesses in this quiet, rual town of Kit Carson County. Limon is the biggest city nearby, located an hour west on I-70. Denver is just under 3 hours west on I-70 from Stratton.
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