Meeker Hotel and Cafe

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The Meeker Hotel and Café is an original establishment, which is over a century old and formerly served as the town military barracks against a local tribe. Four ghosts are reported to haunt the halls of the historic building, including a wandering little girl, a woman in old-fashioned garb, a gambler and a military man who perished in a skirmish nearby. The latter has been seen and heard pacing an upstairs hallway.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

560 Main Street
Meeker, CO
United States

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40.03732187178614, -107.91310707486878
Rio Blanco County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Meeker, CO (0.0 mi.)
Maybell, CO (34.4 mi.)
Rifle, CO (35.4 mi.)
Silt, CO (36.4 mi.)
New Castle, CO (37.8 mi.)
Craig, CO (38.3 mi.)
Chacra, CO (40.4 mi.)
Parachute, CO (41.1 mi.)
Battlement Mesa, CO (41.6 mi.)
Glenwood Springs, CO (45.9 mi.)


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