Wednesday Afternoon Activities

Take some time to enjoy the Grand Junction area.
23 things to do in Grand Junction

On Wednesday, May 15, we have scheduled free time from 1:00 - 5:00 pm for you to enjoy all the activities the Grand Junction area has to offer.  In addition to mountain biking, dirt biking, and hiking (which you are welcome to do on your own), we have coordinated the following group activities for conference attendees.

All of these activities take place at the same time, so you can only chose one and you must be register for the 2024 SAVMI Conference & Trade Show in order to participate.

Golf Tournament - 
Fee - $60
Tee 'em high and let 'em fly.  If you're a golfer - or just pretend to be - then this event is for you.  The tournament takes place the the Adobe Creek National Golf Course and the fee includes drink tickets, 18 holes, cart rental and a chance to win some great prizes.  It's a four-man scramble format with a shotgun start.  Pre-registration is required.  

Trap Shooting Competition - 
Fee - $50
Our most popular event.  Accuracy is the name of the game for this team competition held at the Grand Junction Trap Club.  The fee includes lunch, rounds, and some fantastic prizes.  Pre-registration is required and participants must provide their own gun.  

Go Kart Racing - 
Fee - $80
Enjoy the world class .9 mile / eleven turn racing track at the Grand Junction Motor Speedway . This year we will have a Grand Prix event, do you have what it takes to make it on the podium? Participate in an 8 lap heat and compete with your fellow conference attendees. There will be some downtime as there is max of 12 drivers allowed on the track - bring your lunch and watch races. Pre-registration is required. 

Fishing - 
No Charge
For the laid back group.  Justin Tate will lead this fishing expedition. Unknown at this time, the final destination will be determined by the number of participants, their ability and the weather. All are invited, but participants must have a valid Colorado fishing license and provide their own gear, rods and artificial flies/lures.