Mack is located in Mesa County and is an unincorporated town 10 miles east of the Colorado/Utah border. Leaving Grand Junction and heading west, you will pass through Fruita, Loma, Mack, then reach the Colorado/Utah border. The town was named after the president of Mack Motor Co. and is best known for being a music festival location, a permanent festival site used solely for music festivals. The biggest being Country Jam which has been drawing thousands of country music lovers for 4 days every June since 1992. Services are limited to non-existent, there is a post office with zip code 81525. Loma and Mack are agricultural communities and because there is no infrastructure, they will likely remain agricultural. Until there is available sewer there will not be any developments. There are ranches, hobby farms, homes on large and small acreage and homes on small, city-size lots. There is a manufactured home park in Mack that provides an affordable housing option. Elementary school children are bused to Loma. All middle and high school children attend schools in Fruita. Wide open spaces, miles and miles of spectacular sunsets and views is what Mack, Colorado offers!