Alamosa County is the commercial hub of the San Luis Valley and the entryway to the Great Sand
Dunes National Park, Toltec Scenic Railroad, and Cumbres. This county is well-found with the
prime agricultural land, pioneering business in the energy industry, cultural heritage, and
transportation. The locals and the visitors of this county enjoy access to several Colorado’s best
outdoor recreation and wilderness. The climate is very excellent for the farming production of
alfalfa, potatoes, barley. With over 350 days of sunshine a year, Alamosa becomes one of the
most prolific locations for solar power plants in the United States of America.
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Popular Tourist Attractions
San Luis Valley Museum
– This museum is situated at 4th and Hunt in Alamosa, which features
exhibits of the various cultures and arts of the region. The costumes worn in the 1860’s by
frontiersman, numerous Indian artifacts and Tom Tobin and clothing of the late 19th century are
the various major exhibits in the museum. In the San Luis Valley Museum, visitors can
experience two display rooms, one exhibit a traditional trading post and the other is a typical old
Blanca Vista Park
– This is an impressive park which offers panoramic view and which also
covers two picnic areas, trails, and various types of wildlife and several bird species. Blanca Vista
Park is centered on a 24 acre scintillating pond where visitors can also enjoy several adventurous
activities like a hike, biking, ride, jog along the well organized trails such as Twin Peaks Loop
Trail, Crestone Trail, Maddux Loop, Little Bear Trail and Sierra Blanca Loop.
– Blanca Wetlands is a moist oasis in the saltbush desert. It is a spectacular
birding site but is closed during the nesting season i.e. from 15th February through 15th July,
every year. Blanca Wetlands located in the north-east of Alamosa include activities like fishing for
bass or trout in the newly created ponds and observing shorebirds, waterfowl and other species
for the locals and tourists. A hiking trail leads throughout the several lakes and marshes which
draw abundant adventure enthusiasts as well.
Other Popular Attractions
Ft Garland Museum
Green Spot Garden Center & Antiques
Los Caminos Antiguos Scenic Byway
Luther Bean Museum