- This annual event typically takes place for a week in mid July.
- Celebrating the rodeo heritage and fun of Gunnison
- Join us at the Rodeo Grounds for alt he fun!
Overview: Gunnison's Cattleman's Days attracts people from all over, including some of the world's top cowboys and cowgirls. Between the many horse shows, races, and other events, you will soon know why it is known as the best rodeo in the state. The first day kicks off with the Open Horse Show for people of all ages interested in competing in several different horse disciplines, even if you've never even ridden. For authentic western roping, racing, and riding there is no better display than here at Cattleman's Days.
Where: The Rodeo Grounds is where you need to be for the festivities.
When: This annual event typically takes place for a week in mid July. July 6th-15th, 2018.
Cost: Entry fees vary by events
Details: There are a few fundraisers during Cattleman's Days, including the popular "Tough Enough to Wear Pink Rodeo," supporting local breast cancer awareness, research, and prevention. There is also a parade, county fair, carnival, live music and dancing, and some of the best livestock from all over the country. Anyone looking for a fun way to celebrate the history of this authentic western town, will definitely find it at Gunnison's Cattleman's Days.