Stratton, Co. was named in honor of the gold miner and philanthropist Winfield Scott Stratton. Travelers use Stratton as convenient rest stop during the long, straight stretch of I-70 running from Colorado's eastern border into Denver. Located in the irrigated cornfields of eastern Colorado, Stratton is primarily a farming and ranching community. Corn, wheat, soybeans, and sunflowers form the cornerstone of the agricultural industry in the area.
Region: Northeast Regional Information
County: Kit Carson
Proximity to other towns: Located 153.4 miles from Colorado Springs, 20.4 miles from Burlington, 55.2 miles from Kit Carson, 61.5 miles from Limon
Elevation: 4414 feet
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