Recreational Marijuana Directory

Welcome to Score in Colorado – Find Recreational Marijuana near you!

Well its finally here, the age of reason… Colorado has legalized the recreational use of Marijuana, and we will show you where to find your stash.

Listed on this site are the names and locations of all Colorado dispensaries. We can help you with directions, reviews, and most importantly, variety!

Below are some common questions about the sale of recreational cannabis in Colorado:

Marijuana Leaf Recreational Use is Legal Now

Amendment 64 became law on January 1st, 2014 and Colorado has become the first state to reach the age of reason, meaning folks over the age of 21 who are residence of Colorado are now able to purchase up to 1oz of cannabis legally, those living outside Colorado and visiting are able to buy 7 grams.

Q: Its legal now! Where can I get some?

Just check our map! Every leaf you see is a retail shop where you can score!

Q: Do I need a license?

NO! Unless you mean drivers license, then the answer is yes, or a state ID. Either way, anyone over the age of 21 who can prove their identity with a valid ID can purchase marijuana. No need for any special cards or licenses.

Q: And how much can I buy?

If your a Colorado resident, you can buy and possess up to 1 ounce at one time, if your from out of state, that amount decreases to 7 grams. Legislators thought this would cut down on those looking to drive to Colorado from out of state for the purpose of amassing large quantities of cannabis to bring back home, we at Scoreioncolorado.com do not agree, but oh well..

Q: How many locations are there to buy marijuana?

Colorado has given out a total of 136 licenses for recreational shops, most located in Denver. We are working on listing all 136 shops here on our site and will have this task completed soon. Not all license recipients are open for business at this time, and we do not list shops who are not operational.

Q: I can buy cannabis all over Colorado?

Unfortunately no. Here are the cities that allow recreational sales of marijuana:

  • Aspen
  • Black Hawk
  • Boulder
  • Breckenridge
  • Carbondale
  • Crested Butte
  • Denver
  • Durango
  • Eagle
  • Edgewater
  • Frisco
  • Garden City
  • Georgetown
  • Glendale
  • Glenwood Springs
  • Idaho Springs
  • Leadville
  • Louisville
  • Manitou Springs
  • Nederland
  • Northglenn
  • Oak Creek
  • Pueblo
  • Red Cliff
  • Ridgway
  • Salida
  • Silverthorne
  • Silverton
  • Steamboat Springs
  • Telluride
  • Wheat Ridge

 

Q: What cities have moratoriums on recreational marijuana, but might have shops sometime in 2014?

  • Arvada
  • Aurora
  • Avon
  • Basalt
  • Centennial
  • Crestone
  • Dillon
  • Erie
  • Federal Heights
  • Fruita
  • Lafayette
  • Lakewood
  • Larkspur
  • Littleton
  • Log Lane Village
  • Lyons
  • Norwood
  • Palisade
  • Snowmass
  • Vail

Q: Have any cities out right banned recreational sales?
Yes, and here they are:

  •  Alamosa
  •  Bayfield
  •  Bennett
  •  Berthoud
  •  Blanca
  •  Brighton
  •  Broomfield
  •  Buena Vista
  •  Burlington
  •  Calhan
  •  Castle Rock
  •  Cherry Hills Village
  •  Cokedale
  •  Colorado Springs
  •  Craig
  •  Crawford
  •  Dacono
  •  Del Norte
  •  Dinosaur
  •  Englewood
  •  Estes Park
  •  Evans
  •  Fairplay
  •  Firestone
  •  Fountain
  •  Foxfield
  •  Frederick
  •  Fort Morgan
  •  Greeley
  •  Green Mountain Falls
  •  Greenwood Village
  •  Gunnison
  •  Gypsum
  •  Haxtun
  •  Hayden
  •  Holyoke
  •  Hudson
  •  Johnstown
  •  Julesburg
  •  La Junta
  •  Limon
  •  Lone Tree
  •  Longmont
  •  Mead
  •  Minturn
  •  Montrose
  •  Monument
  •  Nucla
  •  Palmer Lake
  •  Parker
  •  Poncha Springs
  •  Severance
  •  Silver Cliff
  •  Sterling
  •  Superior
  •  Thornton
  •  Victor
  •  Westcliffe
  •  Westminster
  •  Williamsburg
  •  Windsor
  •  Woodland Park

Thank you to the Denver Post for some of the information found on this page

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