Grover, Colorado

Grover, Colorado Grover is located in northeastern Colorado, 58 miles northeast of Greeley in Weld County. Home of the Earl Anderson Rodeo the area also has a working ranch B&B plus hiking trails with scenic views of the National Grasslands and Pawnee Buttes.

Grover was founded October 29, 1888 and incorporated October 6, 1916. It was a prosperous prairie town offering many amenities during 1900 through the late 20's. The town had several grocery stores, drug stores, post office, bank, telephone company, livery stables, train depot, land office, blacksmith, lumber yards, hotels, rooming houses, newspaper, school, churches, power plant, ice house, and an opera house. The dustbowl era saw many families leave the area and businesses close. The Burlington railroad from Cheyenne to Sterling which closed in the 1970's contributed to a further loss of populace. Grover is located in northeastern Colorado, 58 miles northeast of Greeley in Weld County. The Greater Grover area is surrounded by Pawnee National Grasslands the region covers 899 square miles of ranches, farms, remote small towns, and the prairie. The Pawnee Pioneer Trails Scenic and Historic Byway, a 136 mile scenic route, passes through Grover on it's way to the Pawnee Buttes. Over 250 species of birds have been recorded in this area and a wonderful birding brochure can be obtained by contacting Pawnee National Grasslands district office. There is also hiking and rustic camping at the Pawnee Buttes Monument Park. Grover's population is approximately 150 and has a grocery store wtih a cafe, post office, town park, K-12 school, one church, Grover Depot Museum, and a volunteer fire department. The Earl Anderson Memorial Rodeo is held every year on Fathers Day weekend in June and is known as the Biggest Little Rodeo in the West attracting participants nationwide. The Grover area also has a working ranch bed & breakfast and many area hiking trails with scenic views of the prairie and chalk bluffs where visitors can enjoy the regions wildlife.


Due to the power outage, we are asking all Grover residents to conserve water as much as possible. Please pass this on to your friends and neighbors that may not have Facebook.


Thanks to all of the sponsors, families, and individuals who participated, worked, served, and planned the 96th Annual Earl Anderson Memorial Rodeo this past weekend! You all deserve a HUGE thanks and many, many praises!

Historical Grover Train Depot

Historical Grover Train Depot

Rock Out-Croppings On The Fabrizius Ranch

Rock Out-Croppings On The Fabrizius Ranch


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A few years ago I made a group site on Facebook called Memories of Grover, Colorado. In it I placed all the photos my mother, Mary Jackson DeGraw had of her home town. My grandparents, Myrtle Jackson and James Jackson lived their most of their lives. If you had family from there, you might find photos of them in this group site. If you would like to become a member, please let me know. Also, please feel to share any photos from Grover that you think people might enjoy.