The very first Peach Day in Palisade, Colorado took place back in 1909. America's larger-than-life President William Howard Taft was on hand as the guest speaker.

In 2022, people come from all over the world to enjoy those famous peaches as well as the many wineries and breweries located here. Nestled near the Bookcliffs, we found a cute Airbnb located right in the middle of a working Colorado orchard.

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When Do the Palisade Colorado Peache Orchards Start to Bloom in the Spring?

While the peaches begin to bloom in the spring months, many varieties are not ready to be picked until June or July. If you want to see the blossoms then plan you stay in the spring months. If you want to pick peaches and eat them, make plans to come in June or July.

Explore the Mount Garfield Trailhead in Palisade, Colorado

This Airbnb isn't just for people looking for peaches and wine. This location is actually a great basecamp for the many trailheads and mountain bike trails in the Palisade area. Climbers interested in hiking up Mount Garfield will find that this is the perfect place to make basecamp. I'll wager you'll be able to see your friends make it to the top of Mount Garfield while you sit on the wrap-around porch at this Airbnb. It's a great setting.

Check Out Palisade, Colorado's Orchard Mesa Airbnb

Scroll through the photos of the Palisade orchard cabin to find the link for the listing from Airbnb and book your stay in peach and wine country.

Airbnb Lets You Welcome Spring in the Peach Orchards of Palisade Colorado

This Airbnb in Palisade gives you a chance to enjoy wine tastings, explore the Mount Garfield trailhead, or just relax and take in the Bookcliffs over a long weekend.

MORE: Enjoy Wine Country Living at this Airbnb Rental in Palisade

Escape for the weekend with friends to Colorado wine country and enjoy a stay at this Palisade Barn House rental that features incredible views of Mount Garfield and the Grand Mesa.

KEEP GOING: Visit One of Palisade Colorado's Oldest Peach Orchards

Some of the very first fruit trees planted in the valley date back to the Clark Family Orchards in Palisade, Colorado.