Welcome to Native Roots Marijuana Dispensary in Littleton! We're stoked to serve the best high-quality medical and recreational marijuana in Colorado. We’re open seven days a week from 9:00 am - 11:50 pm. Our friendly expert budtenders are always here to help you find exactly what you're looking for. We even offer marijuana delivery. We've got an amazing selection of cannabis products, including the best strains, pre-rolls, vapes, edibles, topicals, concentrates, apparel, and so much more. Swing by our dispensary near Costco and see for yourself why we're consistently rated as the best local dispensary in the area. We can't wait to see you!
The day you’ve waited for has finally arrived! Native Roots now offers marijuana delivery to Littleton and nearby areas.
Marijuana delivery in Littleton is a flat rate fee of only $10 and the delivery process is easy. Littleton area customers can order marijuana delivery online through our Speer Blvd location.
Select your products, choose delivery, and our friendly delivery drivers will bring your order to you. Order cannabis delivery now in Littleton here.
Littleton’s iconic mountain terrain and Colorado skies are best experienced in person. Check out some of these fantastic things to do in Littleton and don’t forget to take lots of pictures!
Our Native Roots Littleton dispensary is only 8 miles away from the iconic Red Rocks. Red Rocks is an open-air, naturally formed, world-famous amphitheater and is one of the most famous concert venues in the US. In addition to attending a concert, you can also hike, watch movies, workout or enjoy the Red Rocks visitors center.
Set by the scenic Colorado backdrop, you don’t have to go far from Denver or Littleton to enjoy the gorgeous red rocks and mountains.
A majestic place to behold in person, the Roxborough State Park features nearly 4000 acres filled with dramatic red-rock formations and a variety of wildlife including black bears and deer.
Roxborough State Park is a popular place to enjoy hiking, wildlife viewing, trail running, and photography; year-round, they host a variety of programs and events for the community to attend.
Directions to Roxborough State Park from Native Roots Marijuana Dispensary in Littleton are easy. Take W Quincy Avenue to CO-121/S Wadsworth Boulevard. Drive south for roughly 12 miles, then turn left onto Waterton Road.
Turn right onto N Rampart Range Rd, left onto Roxborough Drive, then turn right to stay on Roxborough Drive and look for signs to enter Roxborough State Park.
Littleton has no shortage of sports bars and local pub hangouts, but if you want an elevated experience of the local craft beer scene you have to make a quick trip to the Breckenridge Brewery.
The Breckenridge Brewpub has been in operation since 1990 and they make it pretty easy to visit by offering $3 drafts and 50% off appetizers 2-5 pm every Monday to Thursday.
The brewery is visible from the bar, so you can belly up and learn how beer is made. They offer a wide selection of tasty local craft brews including ales, lagers, sours, saisons, and barrel-aged beer.
To get to the Breckenridge Brewery from Native Roots take W Quincy Avenue to CO-121/S Wadsworth Boulevard and turn right. Then turn left at W Bowles Avenue, right onto S Sante Fe Drive, then turn right to continue on Brewery Lane where you’ll find your destination on the left.
Learn about animals and what farm life was like for Coloradans in the late 19th century at the Littleton Museum. Fun for the whole family, this museum is a “living history” farm showcasing what life was like in the 1860s in Colorado.
The Littleton Museum is about fifteen minutes from Native Roots Marijuana Dispensary in Littleton. Leaving Native Roots, take a right onto W Quincy Avenue until it ends. Then, turn right onto S Irving Street and a quick left onto W Radcliff Avenue, then turn right to follow CO-88.
Take CO-88 S to W Belleview Avenue. Take a left, drive one mile to S Windermere Street, and turn right. Turn left at W Littleton Boulevard, then right onto S Gallup Street, and look for signs for the Littleton Museum on the left.
Bighorn sheep are majestic mountain creatures that most people won’t ever get the chance to see in person. Luckily, you can kick it with the bighorns at Waterton Canyon just fifteen minutes south of the Native Roots Marijuana Dispensary in Littleton.
The Waterton Canyon trailhead is a public outdoor natural area for hiking, biking, and watching wildlife, and getting to the Waterton Canyon Trailhead from Native Roots is easy.
Drive south CO-121/Wadsworth Boulevard for 10.5 miles. Then, turn left on Waterton Road and follow the signs for Waterton Canyon parking.
Littleton isn’t only about farming, hiking, history, and hunting. The town also hosts a variety of creative and diverse artisans and artists. Visit the Depot Art Gallery of Littleton to see their work on exhibit and take home a piece of Littleton.
This quaint and eclectic gem is worthy of a visit. They host regular art shows, exhibitions, and performances throughout the year featuring 60+ skilled local artists in a variety of styles and media.
Have you ever seen a functional blacksmith shop? What about a restored dairy farm from 1918 or a schoolhouse from 1874? Visit Hildebrand Ranch and explore 24 acres of land used for thousands of years for hunting, gathering, and camping.
Experience guided tours, curated events, art and garden exhibitions, and regular community family programs at the beautiful Hildebrand Ranch, a part of Chatfield Farms and Denver Botanic Gardens.
Gold seekers, farmers, and merchants are credited for this area’s humble beginnings going as far back as the mid-1800s, but a man named “Little” made the longevity of Littleton possible.
A man named Richard Sullivan Little, an engineer from New Hampshire hired to build a series of tunnels to carry water to businesses and farms in the area and decidedly fell in love with the land.
After claiming several plots of land, he moved with his wife to the area in 1861. However, it wasn’t until around 1866 when Little erected the Rough & Ready Flour Mill that Littleton was able to generate enough economic stability to support a fledgling township.
Many celebrities are from Littleton! Did you know that Matt Stone, the co-creator of the animated TV show South Park and the show’s editor, Thomas M. Vogt, are both from Littleton? Aspects of the show are said to be “loosely based” on the city’s quirky character.
Other notable names include former Us Weekly and current Hollywood Reporter Editor-In-Chief, Janice Min, TV star of shows Supergirl and Glee, Melissa Benoist, and San Francisco Giants pitcher Dave Dravecky.