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The Ten Dispensaries Closest to Denver International Airport

The Ten Dispensaries Closest to Denver International Airport
Scott Lentz
Visiting Colorado? Many tourists place stopping by a recreational marijuana store high on their to-do list, and the new Green Solution, which just opened on East Colfax Avenue, is right on their way into town. To save tourists time, here are the ten dispensaries closest to Denver International Airport, and their actual distance from DIA:

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Golden Meds: 15.3 miles
4620 Peoria Street
303-307-4645
goldenmedsdenver.com

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Nuggs Dispensary: 15.3 miles
3899 Quentin Street
303-373-1881
Nuggs303 on Facebook

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The Green Solution: 15.6 miles
14301 East Colfax Avenue, Aurora
303-990-9723
tgscolorado.com


Medicine Man: 15.7 miles
4750 Nome Street
303-373-0752
medicinemandenver.com

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Aroma Dispensary: 16.3 miles
5433 Quebec Street Commerce City
303-286-0420

Read on for five more dispensaries that are close to the airport.

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Sweet Leaf: 17.7 miles
15200 East Sixth Avenue, Aurora

720-859-7896
sweetleafmarijuana.com

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Altitude the Dispensary: 18.1 miles
10455 East Colfax Avenue, Aurora
303-343-0166
altitudedispensary.com

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The Green Solution: 18.9 miles
350 South Potomac Street, Aurora
720-501-2371
tgscolorado.com

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Lightshade:19.3 miles
11975 East 40th Avenue
720-974-7220
lightshade.com

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Affinity: 20.2 miles
7739 East Colfax Avenue
720-479-8458
affinitydispensary.com
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Kate McKee Simmons interned at the National Catholic Reporter, was a reporter for the New York Post, and spent a brief stint in Israel learning international reporting before writing for Westword.