These Colorado Towns May or May Not Exist
Let's admit something. When it comes to town names in Colorado, there are some pretty interesting ones.
Recently I had a friend tell me he saw a town named Bonanza. "No you didn't," I said.
Well, as it turns out, yes he did. Bonanza is actually a town in Saguache County, once known as Bonanza City. So, me being me, I decided to see what other exceptionally odd names we might find in Colorado. Some of these are real, some came only from my mind.
Near Longmont, this quaint little town is a fun place to visit if you don't mind the sense of humor. Also, not a good place to make pottery.
That is one clean name, isn't it? With a name like that, you would expect them to sell out of soap a lot.
Stony Pass, Colorado
Here in the marijuana legal state of Colorado, this name just fits. I mean, after all, isn't that what happens? You get stoned, you pass it?
Spook City, Colorado
Here's a frightening town name. Should I bring my black cat with me? Do I have to wear a costume to live here?
A man named Cyrus T (known as IMA) Jerk founded this town on the western slope of Colorado around 1357. Or was it 1753?
I wrung my hands repeatedly over including this one. Located off US Highway 40, if you blink, you'll miss it.
You just knew it had to be there. You just knew. Located, conveniently next to Munchies, Colorado, this town has to be more fun than a grand opening of a pizza parlor.
Located in Conejos County, Bountiful's name is Mormon in origin.
Known more for their restrooms than their town, John, Co. is a picturesque place nestled in the heart of the Youcantmakethisstuffup mountain range, John is a great place to get out, stretch your feet and, well, use the john.
Old Roach, Colorado
Was once named New Roach, but the roach got old.
Ok, which ones are real and which ones aren't? No fair using Google, just comment and let us know which are real and which, while funny, has no shot of ever being a real town.