Discover a selection of 186 vacation rentals in Grand Junction, CO that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and kitchens. Prices start at $89 per night, and houses and cabins are popular options for a stay in Grand Junction. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Grand Junction offers adventure aplenty

Eager to rumble on 2 wheels over the rocky slopes of the Colorado mesas? No problem. Want to paddle board your way down the meanders of the Gunnison River? Sure. Pining for the tree-lined pistes of the snowy Powderhorn Resort? It's awaiting. Looking to discover your inner Clint Eastwood at the Colorado National Monument? Yep, it's just a stone's throw. Grand Junction vacation rentals offer access to all the above and more, all in the heart of the Wild West's wine country, where bluffs and tabletop mountains scar the horizon. It's truly beautiful.

Things to do

Grand Junction offers wildernesses and wines

Grand Junction vacation rentals offer a springboard to some of America's most defining wildernesses. A trio of awesome national parks and conservation areas surround the town, from the sweeping fir forests of the Grand Mesa in the east, past the toppling hoodoos of the Dominguez-Escalante to the south, and finally to the carved gorges of the McInnis Canyons in the west. And when you're done with the hiking and biking, be sure to drop by Orchard Mesa or Palisade, where the famous vineyards of Colorado Wine Country beckon.

Activities

Adventure travel at its best in Grand Junction

There's simply no excuse for not getting out and about in Grand Junction. In the warmer months, alpine hiking and canoeing around the rugged Coloradan bluffs takes center stage. In the winter, the snowy pistes of the Grand Mesa take over, offering a spot to carve and 180 between the spruce forests. Throw in adrenaline-pumping whitewater rapids, world-class golfing, quirky paleontology expeditions for the budding dinosaur hunter, and the Colorado Mountain Winefest in September, and you can see how there's rarely a dull moment in these parts.

Weather

Something for every season in Grand Junction

The vast wildernesses of western Colorado mean that Grand Junction vacation rentals are an exciting prospect no matter what the time of year. Winter, between December and March, brings snows to the Grand Mesa and the Powderhorn Resort, which is perfect for skiers eager to conquer the tree-lined black runs there. Summer – June, July, August – opens the hiking trails and means the best panoramic drives on the scenic byways. Spring, in May, is when the wild horse reserves reopen, while fall means long, sunny, dry days for canyon walking.

Natural features

Grand Junction’s surrounded by stunning scenery

Wonky hoodoos and dust-blown canyons scar the landscapes all around Grand Junction. In all, no fewer than 3 national reserves protect the vast wildernesses. There's the iconic Grand Mesa National Forest, where wildflower meadows bloom in spring and great swathes of evergreen woods blanket the valleys. There's the wild Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area, with its ridged canyons and scrub-clad gorges. Then there are the McInnis Canyons – a veritable mecca for rock climbers and geology enthusiasts, known for their sculpted stone arches and caves.

How to get there

Traveling to and around Grand Junction

The nearest airport is in Grand Junction, CO (GJT-Grand Junction Regional), located 4.2 mi (6.8 km) from the city center.

If you prefer train travel, you can make your way to Grand Junction Station.

How many vacation rentals are available around Grand Junction, CO?

Our 2020 property listings offer a large selection of 186 vacation rentals around Grand Junction. From 122 house rentals to 16 cabin rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

Can I rent a mountain-view property in Grand Junction?

Have a look at that view! That's what you'll be exclaiming when you head for the hills and enjoy a glorious high-altitude escape. Vrbo has no less than 42 mountain rentals available. After a different vacation vibe? See if any of our other properties float your boat. Our options for this destination include:

  • 38 city-center vacation rentals.
  • 24 rural vacation rentals.
  • 23 town vacation rentals.

Can I rent a house in Grand Junction?

Instead of staying in a boring, cookie-cutter hotel room this vacation, you could go for an entire house. You'll feel like a part of the neighborhood in no time! There are 119 options currently available on Vrbo. Prices begin at $67 a night. If that doesn't agree with your group's taste, we have a range of other rental options to select from, such as:

  • Hotel: 23 vacation homes. Prices start from $30 per night.
  • Cottage: 11 vacation homes. Prices start from $90 per night.
  • Bed & breakfast: 9 vacation homes. Prices start from $92 per night.

Can I stay in Grand Junction in a large group?

Vacations spent with family can be oodles of fun, particularly when you're under the same roof in an awesome new place! If you'll be visiting with a big group, Vrbo can help you out. Why not have a look at the 31 house vacation homes listed here? They're the most popular choice for big groups of visitors. Around this area, the rental options that are suitable for large groups include:

  • If yours is a crew of 6, we offer 88 vacation homes suited to that size. Book a night from just $100.
  • If you've got 8 in your group, you'll be delighted to learn that there are 48 vacation homes that are ideal. The starting price is $150 per night.
  • Planning a trip away with a group of 10? We offer 28 vacation homes that match your requirements. Prices begin at just $137 per night.

So don't worry! When you travel with us you'll be able to bring your aunt, your sister and all your pals to Grand Junction.

Where are the cheapest rentals in Grand Junction?

Vrbo is here to help you reconnect with the ones you love. Offering plenty of value-packed rentals, you're sure to discover a special place that houses one and all. Pear Park is a terrific area to look at if you want to keep a handle on your budget. Vrbo has 18 rentals, and the average price is a modest $121 per night. You'll find another 6 Vrbo rentals awaiting you in or around The Ridges. The average price here is $229 per night.