Colorado Pot Shops

Where Are Pot Shops in Colorado?

With the new laws going into effect January 1st, 2014, Colorado is now home to legal marijuana stores for non medicinal purposes. But for all of the enthusiasts out there, how do they know where the shops are? Or which ones are rated the highest? aims to provide a high quality directory and information about any and all of the Colorado Pot Shops to anyone looking for that true Rocky Mountain high.

What Are Colorado’s Pot Laws?

Colorado Pot Shop WareGreat question! If you want to purchase marijuana legally, knowing the laws of the land is one of the first steps on that journey. In a nutshell, marijuana sales are regulated similarly to alcohol: you have to be 21 or older to purchase it from a legal seller. If you are a resident of Colorado, you can purchase up to one ounce at a time. If you are from out of state, you can only purchase a quarter of an ounce at a time.

Whether you are a resident or now, if you purchased marijuana from one of Colorado’s pot shops, you cannot bring it over state borders, and cannot smoke it in public or in a way that affects others.

If you’d like to learn more or have other questions about laws regarding Colorado pot shops, check out our easy to read explanation of the new laws.

Browse our extensive directory and read reviews of any of the Colorado pot shops. See exactly where shops are, what their hours are, and what people have to say.

Confused about how the new laws actually work? Or maybe you’re from out of town and wonder what you can do? Get answers here.

Read about local stories, new developments, and what all the fuss is about with the legal Colorado pot shops.

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    • Hello Mike,

      You can purchase marijuana at any licensed dealer. A comprehensive list will soon be on this site. You just have to be 21 or older, and you cannot leave the state with pot. If you are from Colorado, you may purchase up to an ounce at a time, per shop. That means, if you want, you can go from store to store and keep buying. If you are not from the state, you are limited to 1/4 of an ounce per store.

      You CANNOT smoke it publicly. It’s like alcohol, public consumption is illegal. You may smoke on private property as long as you have permission from the owners, or you are the owner. However, if you smoke in a hotel, apartment, or other place where the smoke may reach and bother others, they can still call the police and you can still get in trouble.

      I am in the process of compiling a complete list of recreational shops in Colorado, as well as local restaurants, hotels, and other amenities.

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