There’s something magical about a hometown holiday — local shops lit up and brimming with people, lights twinkling around town, and a feeling of anticipation and gratitude. Greeley is built on the principles of entrepreneurship and ingenuity, and there’s no better reflection of that spirit than in our business community during the holidays.

Looking to shop local but not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered. Check out the first My Greeley Holiday Gift Guide for ideas and experiences you can share with your loved ones this holiday season.

Give an Experience
These gifts may be tricky to wrap, but the memories will last a lifetime.

Give Something Delicious
When in doubt, give the gift of yum.  

Give to the Outdoor Enthusiast
These businesses have everything you need to shop for your favorite athlete or outdoor hobbyist.

  • Altitude Running – A team of experts at this local store (formerly Bell’s Running) can help you find the perfect gift for the walking or running enthusiast on your list. You can also check out their event page for opportunities to break in those new shoes.
  • Bike Peddler – It’s hard to beat the experience of getting your first bike. Check out Bike Peddler’s selection of kids’ bikes – they even have options for bike trade-ins.
  • Garretson’s Sporting Goods – From baseball gloves to ski rentals, there is nothing you can’t find at Garretson’s. Check out their list of additional services for custom embroidery, laser engraving, and more.
  • Burris Optics – You can find these Greeley-made high-quality scopes, binoculars, and other hunting accessories at your local sporting goods store.

Give a One-of-a-Kind Item
Local and unique, you can’t find these items anywhere else.

Give the Gift of Style
The holidays are the perfect time for an outfit upgrade.

Give Vintage
For the gift-giver who loves the hunt for a treasure.

Give Imagination and Play
You’re never too old to relive the magic.

Did we miss your favorite holiday store? Let us know at My Greeley and tell us what makes Greeley your home for the holidays.