Welcome to the Native Roots Academy Gas & Grass Marijuana Dispensary. Located on North Academy Blvd and Galley Road in Colorado Springs, the Native Roots Academy location serves both gas and grass! Come by and fill up on gas and grass today! Our friendly expert budtenders are always happy to help you find the right cannabis product that fits your needs. We offer great customer service, unbeatable prices, and a wide selection of medicinal cannabis products. Plus, members take advantage of weekly deals and promotions on popular cannabis products! We’re open Monday through Sunday 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. We hope to see you soon!
We proudly serve Central Colorado Springs with the best medical marijuana products in Colorado, and we have gasoline too! Our Academy Boulevard dispensary is conveniently located near the Citadel Mall and is only a fifteen-minute drive from Downtown Colorado Springs.
Stop by and explore our large selection of medical marijuana products and discover why locals love our dispensary gas station! Just listen to what our customers have to say in their reviews.
“If I could rate higher than five stars I would! I love all Native Roots locations, but this one specifically has the most amazing customer service. No matter the day, every employee I encounter treats me with complete respect and a happy smile."
- Kimberly G
“I absolutely recommend this dispensary. I have been using them as my primary dispensary for a year. The employees have never been anything but friendly and helpful. The prices are reasonable and they have good deals for the members.”
- Blayne B.
“Is and will always be my favorite dispensary to go to. The staff knows your name and the prices are awesome.“
- Ronald B.
Colorado Springs is home to the world’s first gas station dispensary!
Our gas & grass dispensaries offer visitors the convenience of modern gas pumps with three grades of gasoline to choose from including regular, midgrade, and premium, but no diesel currently.
Our Native Roots Academy location offers local members regular discounts, promos, and reward points for medical marijuana products. You can even save time with Native Roots by ordering cannabis online ahead of time.
Simply select your products from our online store on this page, place them in your cart, and select the in-person pickup option. Your marijuana products will be packaged and prepared for you when you arrive.
It’s not only our great deals and an amazing selection of high-quality cannabis products that makes our dispensary so popular in Colorado Springs, it’s also our amazing staff members.
Native Roots Marijuana Dispensary Academy location has hundreds of raving online reviews about the incredible friendliness, helpfulness, and kindness of the Native Roots dispensary staff.
We’re proud to be Colorado’s largest dispensary while also fostering a work environment that allows our employees the space to flourish and be themselves. More than shopping for gas and grass, Native Roots offers customers a sense of connection and community.
Native Roots Academy is just five minutes away from Palmer Park in Colorado Springs. Named “Best Urban Park” by Elevation Outdoors Magazine, Palmer Park is one of Colorado’s many parks and open spaces available to the public.
Palmer Park offers visitors amazing views of Pikes Peak and 730 acres of grasslands carpeted with wildflowers, shady creekside cottonwood trees, foothills filled with pine trees, and enormous rocks that reach toward the stars.
The park features 25 miles of trails for horseback riding, mountain biking, and hiking and is a popular place for Coloradans to get temporarily lost in the forest. Getting to Palmer Park from Native Roots is easy.
Take Academy Boulevard north and turn left at Maizeland Road, then right at Paseo Road to enter the park. Parking is on the right-hand side.
The Native Roots Academy is less than ten minutes away from the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum. The 60,000-square-foot attraction offers guests interactive exhibits, innovative displays, and a comprehensive artifact collection cataloging the journey of the USA’s Olympic and Paralympic athletes.
Awarded Best New Attraction in 2020 by USA Today’s Readers Choice Awards, the museum hosts 12 galleries and exhibition spaces highlighting Team USA’s most historical moments and is home to the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Hall of Fame.
The museum is near the Native Roots dispensary and getting there by car is easy. Take N Academy Boulevard south toward E Platte Avenue. Turn left at N Nevada Avenue and then right onto Vermijo Avenue and drive until you reach Sierra Madre Street. The museum is across the street.
Did you know that Nikola Tesla built and operated his famous wireless power experimental station in 1899 on Knob Hill? His lab was near the current intersection of Foote and Liowa Streets in Colorado Springs.
Around Tesla’s time, Colorado Springs had just been founded only three decades prior in 1870. By the late 19th century and early 20th century, Colorado Springs had lived through its gold rush mining era, survived two world wars, and suffered The Great Depression.
It wasn’t until the 1950s and 1960s that Colorado Springs’ population began to grow upon the influx of new industries including the transformation of Camp Carson into Ent Air Force Base, now the U.S. Olympic Training Center, and the establishment of Colorado State University.
NORAD built its main facility in Cheyenne Mountain and the Peterson Air Force Base was established out of what was formerly Peterson Air Field. The area is also home to Falcon Air Force Base, a missile defense and satellite control center, as well as the Air Force Space Command, which is located on Peterson AFB.
Today, Colorado Springs supports nearly half a million people while maintaining its cozy and quaint Rocky Mountain charm. Its primary industries are the U.S. military, tech, education, tourism, and of course Olympic training.