Flying High: Fifteen Dispensaries Near Denver International Airport

The Native Roots Tower location is the one of the closest dispensaries to DIA.
The Native Roots Tower location is the one of the closest dispensaries to DIA. Courtesy of Native Roots
Despite the Mile High City's many other attractions and the growing list of states that are legalizing cannabis, the plant remains top of mind for many tourists as they land at Denver International Airport. That anticipation only grows for first-time visitors once they realize that the airport is essentially in Nebraska and that the closest dispensary is still a decent car ride away.

While plenty of pot shops at the northern and eastern ends of the metro area claim to be close to DIA, most of them are still well over fifteen miles away. To help navigate your trip in or out of the Mile High, here are fifteen recreational pot shops that are (relatively) close to the airport, according to Google Maps:

LivWell Enlightened Health
6651 Tower Road

Native Roots Tower
7050 Tower Road

Medicine Man Denver
4750 Nome Street

Seed & Smith
5070 Oakland Street

High West Cannabis
10625 East 51st Avenue

OG Medicinals
4995 Lima Street

World of Weed
5433 Quebec Street, Commerce City

Golden Meds
4620 Peoria Street
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Kind Love has a new Denver dispensary at 3899 Quentin Street.
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Kind Love
3899 Quentin Street

Magic City Cannabis
3819 Quentin Street

Lightshade Peoria
11975 East 40th Avenue

The Herbal Center
12005 East 37th Avenue

The Green Solution
14301 East Colfax Avenue, Aurora

Terrapin Care Station
11900 East 33rd Avenue, Aurora

House of Dankness
10555 East 45th Avenue

Know of any dispensaries near the airport that we missed? Email [email protected]
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