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Cascada Bar Grill 7196581033 Caf Ole 7196582880 Mermaid Caf 7196581112 The Old Firehouse 7196580212 Antler Riverside 7196582423 Kentucky Belle Market 7196582240 Tomkins Gift Gas 7196582480 Abbey Lane Gallery 7196582736 Bristol Yarnworks Studio 7196582455 Creede Trading Post 7196580625 San Juan Sports 7196582359 Rare Things 7196582376 Cascada Bar Grill 7196581033 Caf Ole 7196582880 Mermaid Caf 7196581112 The Old Firehouse 7196580212 Antler Riverside 7196582423 Ambulance Services 7196582211 Fire Department 7196582600 City Hall 7196582276 Creede Baptist Church 7196850722 Creede Community Church 7196582209 Snow County Explorers 7196582221 Rio Grande Nordic Club 7196582359 4UR Ranch 7196582202 Creede Repertory Theatre 7196582540 San Juan Snowcat 7196580430 Creed Family Practice 7196580929 Mineral County Health Ctr 7196582416 Creede Historical Society 7196582004 Underground Mining Museum 7196580811 Mineral Public Library 7196582313 own in Colorado in the 1800s Creede was the last silver boom t Creede was the last silver boom town in Colorado in the 1800s The Creede mines operated continuously from 1890 until 1985 and were served by the Denver Rio Grande Railroad At its peak there were 10000 people in the area The original town site of Creede was located on East Willow Creek just above its junction with West Willow Creek Below Creede were Stringtown Jimtown and Amethyst The Willow Creek site was soon renamed Creede after Nicholas C Creede who discovered the Holy Moses Mine Soon the entire town area from East Willow to Amethyst was called Creede Restaurants Retail Shopping Barbers and Spas Emergency 911 House of Worship Entertainment Medical Clinics Attractions WiFi Creede Colorado CreedeMineral County Chamber of Commerce 1207 N Main Street 719 6582374