Welcome to Sterling & Logan County, Colorado!
Explore Sterling and Logan County and experience another side of Colorado. It’s a good time to be here! The revitalization of Sterling’s downtown has been ignited with new shops, eateries and the first brewery in the region.
Enjoy our rich past and innovative attractions. Discover our museums and historical sites. Tour our collection of hand-carved tree sculptures and see why Sterling is called the “City of Living Trees.” Travel through the natural beauty of the high plains and encounter the fickleness of Mother Nature which assures a variety of seasonal weather for all sorts of activities. This is where you’ll find the perfect spot to show what you can do in the great outdoors.
Year round events in Logan County are perfect for weekend getaways and special visits. Our signature happenings include the Flatlanders Car Show and July Jamz Free Concert Series in July, Logan County Fair & Rodeo in August and Sugar Beet Days Festival in September. Mix in more concerts, numerous fairs and festivals, plus toy show, quilt show, sidewalk art walk, motocross events, golf tournaments, tractor pull, triathlon, parades, haunted houses and more, and you will never run out of things to do!
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You’ll want to wander around Sterling to view the many whimsical and creative scarecrows on display throughout the community in October. Look around… you might see one of the temporary visitors sitting on a bench, or standing by a tree, or hanging out at your favorite store. They’re everywhere! Participating businesses, their location and their scarecrow can be found listed on an interactive map here.
THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED
Platinum and Palladium fine art prints by Scott Hays are now on display at the Logan County Chamber of Commerce, located in the historic Union Pacific Depot in downtown Sterling. (Viewing is available during business hours, Monday-Friday.) Hays’ photo exhibit, “The Road Less Traveled: State Highway 14, highlights the unique scenery along this little known 237-mile stretch of highway in the northern portion of Colorado. Learn more about it here.
FIRE UP YOUR TASTE BUDS
If your taste buds are looking for something different, take them on an exciting journey through the authentic Mexican cuisine at Fiesta Restaurant. Established in 1989 and family owned, Fiesta’s chefs are known for their genuine cookery. Enjoy a great meal and relax with the family friendly service and comfortable atmosphere.