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Make Plans Now for Thanksgiving in Durango

Durango is the perfect destination for a family getaway during Thanksgiving. Thinking of spending Thanksgiving in Durango this year? Let us help you plan your family gathering!

Rent A Cabin

Experience the authentic southwest by staying in one of our fabulous Durango vacation rentals. Find that quiet escape in the beautiful San Juan mountains and still be in close proximity to all the great things to do in the area. Thanksgiving in Durango is the perfect way to spend time with family and friends and kick off the holiday season.

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Durango Farmer's Market

The Durango Farmer's Market comes back for a couple of special seasonal events after October. Featuring locally grown fresh veggies, meats, cheeses, and more for your Thanksgiving meal, you won't want to miss this event! Plus, get a jump on your holiday shopping with unique and useful items from quality local Artisans. Everything local by locals.

Thanksgiving Farmers Market

Turkey Trot

One of Durango’s most popular running races for over 25 years, the Turkey Trot presented by Animas Surgical Hospital is a holiday tradition for the whole family. Come burn off some calories and work up an appetite before your big meal! The Turkey Trot features a 5 mile race and a 1 mile fun run. All of the proceeds go to great local charities.

Turkey Trot

Pick A Dinner Spot

The best part of Thanksgiving is sitting down to a huge meal with the ones you love. Plenty of restaurants in Durango are open on Thanksgiving day to accommodate your group. Plan ahead and scope out menus and prices, plus call in advance to make reservations just to be safe. Vacationers from all over are looking for somewhere to eat on Thanksgiving, so don't wait until the last minute to make plans.

Thanksgiving Restaurants

The Polar Express Train

Set to the sounds of the motion picture soundtrack, guests on board The Polar Express will enjoy warm cocoa and a treat while listening and reading along with the magical story. Children’s faces show the magic of the season when the train arrives at the North Pole to find Santa Claus waiting.

Polar Express

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