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When you look at the permanent population of Breckenridge, you’ll only find about 4500 people. But, when you take visitors and second homeowners into account, that number goes up to 39,000 on a busy day. Breckenridge has a large variety of amenities that serve locals and tourists alike, including medical and retail marijuana dispensaries. The surrounding Summit County also allows both kinds of locations to do business. Check out our listings above to find relief.
If you come to Breckenridge from outside of Colorado, keep in mind that medical dispensaries don’t take patient cards from out-of-state. Retail stores let anyone over 21 shop for marijuana products, but patients under 21 can’t buy or own medical cannabis legally. Make sure to plan ahead if you think you’ll need to buy medicine during your trip.
At the time of writing, the Town of Breckenridge does not currently allow new dispensaries to apply for a license. With an indefinite moratorium in place, they don’t have a date planned for this ban to end, either. Breckenridge has providers in the area, but you won’t find more until new dispensaries can register again.
Colorado has two types of dispensaries: medical and recreational. Medical locations have more to offer to patients than retail dispensaries, but they require a Colorado medicinal cannabis card. State residents can apply for one if they have a qualifying condition.
Since recreational stores take IDs from adults over 21, minors have to have a card to get medicine. Cardholding patients age 21 or older can choose to buy from a retail dispensary, but they would have to pay higher taxes.
Our dispensary listings feature an overview of each location to help you make the best choice. For more information about cannabis medicine, consult with a marijuana-trained doctor.