Just north of the New Mexico border and Raton Pass, Trinidad was once a stop on the Santa Fe Trail and home to trappers, traders and early ranchers. Today, the city’s growing collection of art galleries and the longtime success of the Southern Colorado Repertory Theater’s professional company, reveal a new economic focus.
Trinidad is home to several public outdoor spaces. Trinidad Lake State Park offers camping, hiking, fishing, and boating while nearby Comanche National Grassland boasts Picket Wire Canyonlands - one of the largest known dinosaur track sites in North America.
Trinidad Lake State Park is a scenic state park with 800-acre lake offering fishing, hiking, camping & summertime family programs.
Trinidad History Museum presents the history of the town of Trinidad and the surrounding area in southeastern Colorado.
The A.R. Mitchell Museum of Western Art features Western art and collectibles, Native American art and artifacts, Hispanic traditional and religious art displayed in an authentic turn-of-the-century building.
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