A new store in an old house, Scout's General is a year-round festival of the senses. We are proud to offer a beautifully curated collection of goods with an emphasis on local, handmade, and one-of-a-kind. We serve artisanal foods to go that are grown and prepared by families and other small businesses just like ours. You'll find cold drinks, healthy snacks, and fun treats to fuel your Crested Butte adventures. There's something for every person and every budget.
Schedule of Events
Our location on Elk Avenue is a premier spot for watching parades, meeting your friends, and making new ones. Play yard games, watch the magpies drink from the birdbath, and participate in the magic of Crested Butte. We'll feature pop-ups to spotlight emerging artists and creative kiddos. Scout's General is a place to visit, play, and put your phone away.
summer 2017. Art in the yard for the kiddos during the arts festival, parade parties & more!
Joel, Amy, Wyatt, Macy & Scout Wisian
Fall 2017 big changes to the 509!
Complete remodel inside and out
finishing your new general store
We couldn’t be more honored to carry locally crafted jewelry, pottery, linens, leather, and more. You'll also find some of the most interesting and innovative brands that are new to Crested Butte. As strong local shoppers, we believe in the power of uniqueness. Make something incredible that you want to sell? Give us a shout and we will create a way to share your talents!
Leather Goods & accessories
Colorado made wallets, belts, and purses; each one of a kind, sure to make you a stud. Handbags made from vintage fabrics will make a statement at the wedding!
Handmade from materials she finds on her world travels, a Crested Butte adventurer shares her sleek and minimalist designs.
Locally crafted pottery for the modern home, locally made pillows from the cutest gal you've ever seen, uncommon wall art, vintage furniture, mountain delicious candles from Oh Texas Our Texas, and much more.
Makeup, first aid, and cotton underwear, jeans, and picnic blankets. Need we say more?