HOURS

 

Open Daily 

8AM-3PM

ADDRESS

 

The Marble Hub

 105 W. Main St.

Marble, CO 81623

 (970)963-7300

themarblehub@gmail.com

Welcome to The Marble Hub!

We offer visitor information, free Wifi and a great cup of coffee.

We are open from 8AM-3PM, come visit us and one of our Hosts will gladly answer your questions about our trails, events, booking a campsite

and local lore.

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

There are no gas stations or cell phone service.
Be sure to fill up in Carbondale or Paonia. Marble sits in the middle of a 60 mile stretch of mountain roads without a gas station in sight. 
 

Public restrooms and extra parking can be found at the Millsite Park.
​We are all on septic systems here in Marble, so please don't take offense if we direct you there. Also, please remember that the Millsite is a historic site. Please don't take chunks of marble from it, climb on the fragile stone walls and columns or write your name on anything. 
 

Marble is a residential community. 
Please keep noise and speed down, and be mindful of where you park! Don't bomb your ATV or dirt bike through the town, or let your 12 year-old do that either. Marble is pretty spread out, so what seems like the middle of the forest is likely a neighborhood. Wait to open up your bikes or ATV's until you are headed up Daniel's Hill. 
 

Watch out for dogs. 
​We have some really cool four legged residents in Marble, and we love them. Please watch out for them when driving, and again keep your speed down. Be aware that some are wanderers and if your dog is not the friendly sort keep them leashed.

Also, please clean up after your dog. 
 

Beaver Lake is a habitat.
​It is also in the middle of town...even if it looks like the middle of nowhere! Please keep the noise down and be respectful. We would hate to lose access to the lake should the Colorado Division of Wildlife be forced to shut it down. It is intended for fishing and relaxing. Further information on fishing, permits, and local lakes or ponds can be found on the Marble Tourism Association website.
 

Don't drive in the river. 
You wouldn't think it needed said, right? Crossing a stream on a mountain road is one thing, cruising up and down the river is another. Even if your car is capable, it is extremely harmful to local ecosystems, so please don't!
 

Pack out your trash. (Or at least make sure it makes it into a trash can.)
​Marble is maintained 99% by volunteers, from park upkeep to trash clean up. Please help us keep it beautiful. Also remember, the bears you might attract will harass the whole town long after you leave - so keep it secure!