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Antique Avenue

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609 Main St, Walsenburg, CO 81089, USA
609 Main Street Walsenburg Colorado 81089 US

Take a walk down Memory Lane at Antique Avenue. Shop four stores full of unique to antique items.

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112 West 7th Street, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.05 km
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124 W 7th Walenburg, CO 0.07 km
719-738-2078719-738-2078

Save time. Save money. Every day!

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109 E 6th Street Walsenburg, CO 81089 0.07 km

The Museum Of Friends (MoF) is a contemporary art museum that opened in October,  2006 in the Southern Colorado rural community of Walsenburg. Brendt Berger’s and Maria Cocchiarelli’s shared vision for the new museum was to create a place where everyone feels welcomed and the art created by all people valued. The initial collection of 600 works given by their friends became the core of the collection. Over the last 15 years it has grown to over 1600 works that includes paintings, sculptures, fine art prints, drawings, photographs and digital media.  MoF occupies 10,000 square feet of museum display space, with classroom areas, a gift shop and a lower level. MoF is known for it’s inclusive and egalitarian open door policy with intention to uplift the community through discussions of creativity, inclusion and developing opportunities.  Many public and educational programs and exhibitions explore how cross cultural understanding and tolerance can make for a just and peaceful society.

MoF’s grand opening in October, 2007 encouraged the community to explore the building with tours on the 2nd floor that included: the permanent collection, the administrative offices, an art  resource library, a visiting artist apartment and two galleries devoted to the Pacific. These explore pre-Columbian Mexican, Australian, Japanese, Southeast Asian and focus on Aboriginal Polynesian artifacts.  The works on display are greatly treasured by Brendt Berger as they have been passed down to him from his Native Hawaiian ancestors.

In 2010, MoF began to occupy the entire building including the first and lower level establishing the changing exhibition and educational programs, and gift shop Made in Walsenburg.

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108 W. 6th St. Walsenburg, CO 81089 0.08 km

Silkworm is a Re-purposed Retail store with a passion for fashion and the environment! We hand pick all items with your life style in mind! Whether it be the Vintage, Southwest, Wildwest, Designer or Outdoor we have what your looking for!

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106 W 6th Walsenburg, CO 0.08 km
719-890-1670719-890-1670

a small antique store located in Walsenburg

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114 West 6th Street Walsenburg, CO 81089 0.09 km

The center is your source for Archival Photos, Newspapers, and Huerfano County records from the 1890s to the present.

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110 West 6th Street, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.09 km
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527 Main St Walsenburg CO 0.09 km
719-696-5024719-696-5024

Small cozy antique shop in Walsenburg

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528 Main Street, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.09 km

“A taste of today in yesterday’s store” reflects what to expect on a visit to Serendipity. Owner Gaye Davis has chosen to create a coffee shop/specialty gift store in a historic building in the heart of downtown Walsenburg.  The beauty of original tin ceilings and wood floors set the tone for an inviting experience.  Guests can savor specialty coffee, smoothies, frappes, fresh sandwiches, salads and pastries and rich flavors of Colorado City Creamery Ice Cream.  Unique and diverse gift items include apparel featuring Colorado and Serendipity themes, jewelry, handmade silk scarves and pendants, coffee cups and mugs, jams, jellies, and wild game jerky, canvas, leather and woven backpacks and handbags, Colorado souvenirs and kids toys and clothing.  Free Wi-Fi access, comfortable seating and a fabulous view of the Spanish Peaks complete the picture.

Monday 6:00 am - 1:00 pm, Tuesday 6:00 am - 1:00 pm, Wednesday 6:00 am - 1:00 pm, Thursday 6:00 am - 1:00 pm, Friday 6:00 am - 1:00 pm
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527 Main Street, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.1 km

Our Mission

In light of the current world situation, and schools going to an online learning environment, C Cubed Training has identified a need in the rural areas of Colorado, more specifically the South East under privileged rural communities of Pueblo, Huerfano and Las Animas Counties. We aim to provide Internet access to the community with priority to school children in an attempt to fill that void.

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715 Main Street Walsenburg, CO 81089 0.1 km

To foster, promote, and increase public knowledge and appreciation of the Spanish Peaks region’s arts and cultural activities.

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526 Main Walsenburg, CO 0.1 km
719-738-3288719-738-3288

Armida’s is the oldest clothing business in Walsenburg. Be sure to stop in and mention you saw this Facebook site. “We only look expensive!”

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523 Main Street, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.1 km

COVID-safe professional space available by the hour or bulk prepaid options. Here when you want it, at a rate you can afford.

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508 Main Street, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.15 km

Est 1884 – the oldest business in Huerfano County. The voice of the Rocky Mountain Southwest.

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728 Main St, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.16 km

Robinson Payne, is the owner and architect of this eclectic art studio on Main Street, in Walsenburg CO.,  a sleepy, beautiful and historic town in Southern Colorado.

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500 Main St, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.18 km

The Lofts Downtown is a home away from home for anyone looking to vacation, recreate, or visit the area for whatever the reason may be. Located Downtown Walsenburg just off the I-25 Corridor, Highway 85/87, along Highway 10, and 2 blocks from Highway 160.

Conveniently located within walking distance to Coffee Shops, dining, groceries, shopping, banking, and entertainment. Located above the famous Crafty Canary Brewery completely renovated in June of 2019 with an industrial yet modern chic decor. Rates start at $99/night.

The Lofts include WiFi, 200 TV Channels, Netflix, Hulu, Alexa, and access to the Conference Room/Dining Room, Custom Kitchen and large Living Room great for groups or entertaining.

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107 E. 5th Ave, Walsenburg, CO 81089 0.18 km

We are a tiny team of craftswomen with a penchant for quality brews, cocktails, and great times!

Our Head Brewer, Erin, crafts sensational small batch brews right here in the shadows of the beautiful Spanish Peaks!

Owner, Aubrey, creates prohibition-inspired cocktails from foraged and locally grown herbs, spices, and botanicals.

Between our fresh brews, inspiring cocktails, and funky fresh mocktails there’s something for everyone to enjoy!

Join us for a wicked good libation and remember our Dirty Bird’s motto:

“Never die for the Man!”

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222 W 7th Walsenuburg, CO 0.18 km

In 1915, M.B. Skaggs, an ambitious young man in the small Idaho town of American Falls, purchased a tiny grocery store from his father. M.B.’s business strategy, to give his customers value and to expand by keeping a narrow profit margin, proved spectacularly successful. By 1926 he had opened 428 Skaggs stores in 10 states. M.B. almost doubled the size of his business that year when he merged his company with 322 Safeway (formerly Selig) stores and incorporated as Safeway, Inc. Two years later, M.B. listed Safeway on the New York Stock Exchange. M.B. did not let the difficulties of the Great Depression dilute his pioneering focus on value for customers. In the 1930s, Safeway introduced produce pricing by the pound, added “sell by” dates on perishables to assure freshness, nutritional labeling and even created some of the first parking lots.

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110 East 5th Street, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.22 km

Get your BBQ fix at Rollin’ Smoke Garage BBQ in Walsenburg, CO! We’re serving up Texas-style BBQ including slow-smoked brisket and pulled pork along side savory sides like mac ‘n’ cheese and baked beans. Vegan or vegetarian? We have you covered! Jackfruit and Tofu Sausage are also on the menu.

We have non-BBQ items too! Get a load of our toasted flatbread pizza, paninis and burgers, and don’t forget a side of live music or special events!

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112 W 5th Street Walsenburg, CO 81089 0.22 km

Called the “city built on coal”, the town of Walsenburg is home to some of southern Colorado’s richest history. The Walsenburg Mining Museum, housed in an 1896 jail, exhibits not only the stories of Huerfano County’s mining camps, but memorabilia from such notable charactors as Bob Ford (famous for killing Jesse James) and labor leader Mary “Mother” Jones.

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114 E 5th Walsenburg, CO 0.22 km
580-919-9640580-919-9640

providing a small art and antique store to the Spanish Peaks area.

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822 Main Street, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.23 km
Grandma  Corine’s  passion  for  excellence  has  carried  on.    The  restaurant’s  reputation  for  exceptional  food has quickly spread, causing the dining room’s capacity to overflow nightly. As  you  can  see  by  the  photos,  our  dining  areas  are  well  decorated,  and  clearly  provide  a  wonderful atmosphere for comfortable dining. Sarah Smircich – Van Mater runs the restaurant that was started by her grandmother, Corine Garcia. Sarah  has  expanded  the  menu,  and  her  red  chile  sauce  is  now  known  all  over  as  delicious  and  unique. No-one is allowed to learn the recipe. People come in to eat from the local area, and from all over the world. There   is   a   warm,   family   atmosphere   at   Corine’s,   and   the   service   is personal. Sarah says it’s something that will never change. Unlike  so  many  businesses,  these  days,  much  of  the  staff  remains  for  a  long  time. Waitresses  have  hearts  as  good  as  gold,  and  they  give  their  strength  and  stamina to the work they do.Sarah  appreciates  her  good  fortune,  because  the  restaurant  has  made  her  family  a good living, and has made them a lot of friends in the community.
Monday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Tuesday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Wednesday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Thursday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Friday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Saturday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Sunday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
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221 Main St, Walsenburg, CO 81089 0.44 km

Crown Lanes Bowling Alley Walsenburg is conveniently located on Main Street in Walsenburg! Built in 1940, the bowling alley has been Certified since 1961.
Great mix of mod style vintage lanes and modern computerized scoring system with 8 26” flat screen HD TV’s, makes it the perfect place for avid bowlers as well as friends and family that just want to play for fun.
We also offer snack and beverages in the snack bar area.

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228 Main St, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.45 km

Your local Walsenburg Subway® Restaurant, located at 228 N Main St brings delicious ingredients and mouth-watering flavors in billions of sandwich, salad and wrap combinations to you. An alternative to traditional fast food, we offer freshly cut veggies, toppings, protein and freshly-baked bread to create the perfect meal with freshly baked cookies all at a great value! All Subway® Restaurants are independently owned and operated by business owners who employ talented Sandwich Artists™ that are ready to take your order in person, online, in our Subway® app, or for delivery.

Monday 6:00 am - 9:00 pm, Tuesday 6:00 am - 9:00 pm, Wednesday 6:00 am - 9:00 pm, Thursday 6:00 am - 9:00 pm, Friday 6:00 am - 10:00 pm
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1001 South Main Street Walsenburg, Colorado 0.47 km
719-738-2800719-738-2800
200 Main Street, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.5 km

Loaf ‘N Jug was founded by Sam Sharp and Paul Jones in 1973. The first convenience store was established in Fowler, Colorado. Loaf ‘N Jug quickly grew to 52 locations, and was purchased by Kroger in 1986. The main headquarters was established in Pueblo, Colorado. The stores became a staple in middle America, expanding into other states such as Wyoming, New Mexico, Montana, Nebraska, and the Dakotas. In 2018, all 152 Loaf ‘N Jug convenience stores were purchased by EG Group.

434 West 7th Street, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.54 km
719-738-2530719-738-2530
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22 Main St, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.57 km
719-738-1157719-738-1157
Monday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm, Tuesday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm, Wednesday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm, Thursday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm, Friday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm, Saturday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm, Sunday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm
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123 Walsen Avenue, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.67 km
(317) 407-4794(317) 407-4794

Betsy’s travels Southern Colorado bringing the best Hand Scooped , not soft serve, Ice cream to festivals, craft shows and music events from May to October

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533 West 7th Street, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.69 km
719-738-3827719-738-3827

11 Room motel, large clean, free WIFI cable microwaves frig. Queen beds close to downtown and very affordable!

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605 Pennsylvania Ave, Walsenburg, CO, USA 0.93 km

Vacation rental in Southern Colorado. Great for romantic get-aways, family fun, fishing trips, hunting trips, and whatever else! Enjoy your stay in a 3 bedroom home instead of a little hotel room. Sleeps 6 comfortably

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501 Walsen Ave, Walsenburg, CO, USA 1.09 km
719-738-2030719-738-2030

Down-home, unfussy eatery & cafe serving an array of classic all-day breakfast & lunch staples.

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902 W 7th Walsenburg, CO 1.19 km
(719) 890-1651(719) 890-1651

Named after our children, H&H Cafe is sure to please with our staff of seasoned cooks and waitstaff who enjoy seeing our customers satisfied with a full belly. Come give us a try and see for yourself!!! We do aim to please

Monday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm, Tuesday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm, Wednesday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm, Thursday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm, Friday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm, Saturday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm, Sunday 6:00 am - 2:00 pm
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102 State Hwy 10, Walsenburg, CO, USA 1.25 km

With two locations in Colorado, we offer top-quality product at a great price! . High quality bud grown in a clean and green environment,  super-potent flavorful wax and shatter, and edibles from the most recognized producers. Sativa/Indica/Hybrid

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704 Walsen Avenue, Walsenburg, CO, USA 1.33 km
(719) 738-3066(719) 738-3066
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U.S. 87, South, Walsenburg, CO, U.S. 1.41 km

Cannabis of this caliber needs a trusted brand for extraction. Our buds have a distinct, strain specific profile with abundant terpenes and cannabinoids. Apothecary Extracts is an obvious choice for such a task and has proven their ability to procure the tastiest concentrate found throughout Southern Colorado and beyond. The cannabis community travels from near and far to snag some of their legendary live resin cartridges, HCFSE, Ambrosia, badder, shatter, and sugar wax.

Monday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Tuesday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Wednesday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Thursday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Friday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Saturday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Sunday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
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802 Walsen Ave Walsenburg, CO 1.46 km

Your neighborhood Family Dollar store has low prices on a wide assortment of items, including cleaning supplies, discount groceries, and seasonal items and toys. You’ll also find great deals on kitchen essentials, laundry supplies, and food and beverages, including the basics like milk, eggs, and bread. Plus, you can use your Family Dollar app and easily clip Smart Coupons – our exclusive digital coupons – for even greater savings on your next shopping trip.

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801 Walsen Ave Walsenburg, CO 1.47 km

First Choice Market is a family owned grocery store serving the community of Walsenburg, Colorado with low prices, large variety, and exceptional customer service! In addition to our wide offering of grocery items, “Legends – Bakery, Deli, and Pizzeria” offers a delicious assortment of satisfying selections each and every day. We hope to see you soon!

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284 Highway 10, Walsenburg, CO 1.68 km
719-989-7141719-989-7141

TC’s Diner is located just outside of Walsenburg, Colorado on Highway 10.

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25462 U.S. 160, Walsenburg, CO, USA 1.95 km

Josh Bleem began laying out the framework for Cannaco while working for a Fortune 500 company. Josh became an expert on the strict regulations that come with operating a cannabis enterprise in Colorado.

Josh then established the values for Cannaco, inspired by what he had learned as a member of the United States Air Force. Those values included integrity, service before self and excellence in all that we do. The values that Josh lived by while serving our country serve today as part of Cannaco’s values.

Through hard work and perseverance, Josh has grown Cannaco into an industry leader in the Cannabis industry. Josh and his team at Cannaco strives everyday to create a memorable Cannabis shopping experience that provides excellent value and service every single day.

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1079 US Hwy 85/87 Walsenburg, Colorado 2.82 km
719-738-9912719-738-9912

WiFi throughout entire campground! A great stop before leaving the state or heading to the mountains, or if you ‘re looking for a more relaxing, less crowded vacation. All RV Sites are level, 60 feet long pull-through’s with city water, electric (30 & 50 amp), sewer, and wide for slide outs on both sides. Separate tenting area with picnic tables and a central firepit (when allowed). We have a laundry and playground for the kids. Clean restrooms with hot showers.

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973 U.S. 85, Walsenburg, CO, USA 2.82 km
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24857 U.S. 160, Walsenburg, CO, USA 2.95 km

We are a bed and breakfast that offers multiple unique services. We offer comfortable accomodations and a beautiful view if you are wanting to book a stay with us. We host small intimate weddings, murder mysteries, girlfriend getaways, corporate functions, Christmas parties and more. We have an underground wine cellar with adjoining tasting room, a wedding chapel, cigar smokehaus, aromatherapy room and beautifully decorated rooms. Continue to check out our website and see why Pennington Place is the location for your memorable event.

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564 US Hwy 85-87 Walsenburg, Colorado 3.44 km
719-738-3030719-738-3030

small cozy breakfast spot just located off I-25, providing the staple breakfast foods with a southern Colorado twist.

Tuesday 9:30 am - 2:00 pm, Wednesday 9:30 am - 2:00 pm, Thursday 9:30 am - 2:00 pm, Friday 9:30 am - 2:00 pm, Saturday 9:30 am - 2:00 pm
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455 US-85, Walsenburg, CO 81089 3.56 km

Looking for some hometown goodness? Take a look at what’s going on at your local A&W, stop in and lets us know how we’re doing!

Monday 6:00 am - 8:00 pm, Tuesday 6:00 am - 8:00 pm, Wednesday 6:00 am - 8:00 pm, Thursday 6:00 am - 8:00 pm, Friday 6:00 am - 8:00 pm, Saturday 6:00 am - 8:00 pm, Sunday 6:00 am - 8:00 pm
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457-A US-85 #87, Walsenburg, CO 81089 3.63 km
719-738-2480719-738-2480

located just off the interstate, this is a great place to grab a quick bite.

Monday 9:00 am - 9:00 pm, Tuesday 9:00 am - 9:00 pm, Wednesday 9:00 am - 9:00 pm, Thursday 9:00 am - 9:00 pm, Friday 9:00 am - 9:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am - 9:00 pm, Sunday 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
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568 US Hwy 85 87, Walsenburg, CO, USA 3.73 km

We are a small refined family business. We can carve nearly anything, or make any furniture, never be afraid to ask. We carve with chainsaws openly for the public to see, you can always swing through just to take a look

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457 US Hwy 85/87 Walsenburg, Colorado 3.73 km

Located near Colorado’s first state park, it quickly becomes apparent that the area has so many natural wonders and stunning scenic attractions to offer. Explore the area and relax in the picturesque setting by visiting Lathrop State Park, Horseshoe Lake, Martin Lake and San Isabel National Forest – all are 15 miles or less from this pet-friendly Colorado hotel.

Want more adventure? Travel 65 miles or less and you’ll find yourself at even more wonderful attractions, including Spanish Peaks Mountains, Cuchera Valley Ski Area, Bishop’s Castle and Great Sand Dunes Monument. Many family vacationers also enjoy spending time at Colorado Gators Alligator Farm or on the many nearby excursion trains and scenic railroads. And with our property being located near Interstate 25, you’ll be able to travel to all your destinations with ease.

Make your trip even more memorable by taking home a unique antique piece – there are many antique stores near this Walsenburg, CO hotel. Several restaurants are within walking distance, ensuring you also won’t have to travel far to enjoy a convenient meal.

Our quality rooms come at an affordable price and offer generous amenities. Each spacious, clean room at this Walsenburg hotel offers a flat screen TV with cable satellite television and HBO®, a coffeemaker, a refrigerator, a microwave, free wireless Internet access and much more. To get the perfect start to each day, enjoy a complimentary full breakfast at this Walsenburg hotel.

Unwind after a day of fun, sightseeing or work in the serene indoor heated pool and tranquil indoor hot tub. Additionally, the property offers several other key amenities, including a 24-hour exercise facility, guest laundry, free parking and a business center.

For a memorable visit to Walsenburg, reserve a stay at the Best Western Rambler today and save!

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1399 Co Rd 502, Walsenburg, CO 81089 4.17 km

The Walsenburg Golf Course is a 9 hole course with two sets of tees. The front tee plays 3,110 yards, par 36, and the back tees will play 3,285 yards, par 36. The course rating is 65.7, and the slope is 101. Women’s tees play 2,970 yards, with a course rating of 67.4 and a slope of 108.

Monday 9:15 am - 3:15 pm
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1399 Co Rd 502, Walsenburg, CO, USA 4.17 km

APPS. WINGS. BURGERS. SANDWICHES.

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70 County Road 502, Walsenburg, CO, USA 5.12 km

The park’s two lakes offer a variety of boating and angling opportunities for all types of water recreation. Martin Lake offers water skiing, power and sail boating. Because Martin is a warm-water lake, it makes it great for swimmers. Horseshoe Lake is a peaceful haven for canoeists, kayakers, sailors and other boaters at wakeless speeds. Catfish, bass, walleye, trout and blue gill thrive in both lakes. Horseshoe Lake is known for its large tiger muskies.

Lathrop’s two campgrounds have 103 sites that can accommodate motor homes, trailers and tents, and offer either a basic or improved camping experience. Improved Sites provide 20/30/50 amp electricity at the site, but do not provide water or sewer hookups. Pi​​​ñ​on Campground is ideal for large camping units. Click the “Fees” link on the left side of this page for campsite prices.

Cuerno Verde Trail, Walsenburg, CO 81089, USA 5.33 km

Nothing can compare to nature. Seeing the world’s great forests and lakes can help a person remember what’s truly important in life. It is for this reason that we rent canoes & kayaks to those interested in such adventures.

Our canoe rentals and kayak rentals let you travel along the peaceful waters around Twin Lakes, CO. Doing so gives you access to some of the best fishing in the area.

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23300 U.S. 160, Walsenburg, CO, USA 5.42 km

Chaé Manufacturing is the premier provider of natural and organic formulations backed by Clinical Studies and a broad range of test market performance validation. We are the only company that is ToxicFree® Certified. Our chief formulator is Linda Chaé who has over 35 years of experience in skin histology, study of raw material and processing, product marketing and client support services. Large and small clients alike enjoy the confidence and assurance that their products will exceed customer expectations.

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22808 U.S. 160, Walsenburg, CO, USA 6.14 km
(719) 738-2167(719) 738-2167

Hotel Location & Nearby Attractions

With a stay at Spanish Peaks Inn in Walsenburg, you’ll be steps from Lathrop State Park and a 1-minute drive from Spanish Peaks Regional Health Center. This motel is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from Walsenburg Golf Club and 3.4 mi (5.4 km) from Walsenburg Wild Waters.

Hotel Accommodations and Guest Rooms

Make yourself at home in one of the 12 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have shower/tub combinations and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include microwaves and fans, as well as phones with free local calls.

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6541 County Road 330, Walsenburg, CO 81089, USA 9.34 km

An easy escape to the beauty of unspoiled Colorado! Located just adjacent to our home on 200 acres, our guesthouse is a newly remodeled 3 bed/2 bath home with full kitchen and beautiful views of the Spanish Peaks (Wahatoya) from the deck. We are located just 7 miles off I-25 Walsenburg exit 49 with plenty of privacy and room to slow down and relax! We welcome guests of all backgrounds and your well behaved canine friends too. (Please message us details & number of pets for prior approval.)

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6541 County Road 330, Walsenburg, CO, USA 10.06 km

Market garden selling organic produce, plants and pickles direct to consumer and at local farmers markets in La Veta and Gardner, Colorado.

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4242 CR 210 Walsenburg, CO 14.91 km

The T/M Ranch is a private ranch located in southeastern Colorado near the foothills of the
Sangra De Cristo Mountains. We have several rivers which run through the ranch, i.e. Santa
Claire, Cuchara, and the Huerfano. The elevation is 6800 feet. The terrain is a combination of
rolling cedar ridges, canyons, and river bottoms which provides physically easier hunts than
mountainous areas. All of our hunts are fair chase. We only run small groups of hunters, first
and foremost to provide safety and quality. We have experienced guides that scout and track
our animals year round. Our ranch has also received Colorado Land Management awards, which
speaks for the stewardship and care that we take pride in. We are a working cattle ranch. We
don’t over graze our land and believe in cattle rotation as to preserve our vegetation, thus
leading to quality big game. The vegetation consists of predominately Blue Grama, Western
Wheat, some Rye, Chamise, Monarch Bush, and Clover.

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1054 County Road 318 Walsenburg, CO 81089 19.96 km

Story Creek Outfitters LLC headquarters is located in and around the majestic Spanish Peaks of Southern Colorado. We are home owned and family operated and have been in the area for 47 years and in the Outfitting business for 35 years. We have 40,000 acres of private land, teeming with a diverse population of big game wildlife for your enjoyment and successful hunt.  Our friendly, experienced guides have extensive knowledge of local wildlife, their habits and locations. They’ll quickly put you in front of game.  our support staff, cooks and ranch hands, are all highly qualified and here to assist you with your day-to-day needs.  We provide fully-guided or semi-guided hunts, accommodations on the ranch property, all meals, 4×4’s, ATV’s, mules, horses, and a sincere desire to make your stay an enjoyable one.

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310 East Francisco La Veta Colorado 23.53 km
719-742-5313719-742-5313
Custom built Sante Fe style B&B with 3 suites, private baths & decks, sitting rooms, mountain views. Full hot gourmet breakfast. Free Wifi & parking
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200 N Main St, La Veta, CO, USA 23.54 km

La Veta Country Store is in beautiful La Veta Colorado in the shadow of the majestic Spanish Peaks, conveniently located along the Highway of Legends and Trans America Trail. You can find us at 200 N. Main just as you come into La Veta.

We are a Convenience Store and Valero gas station.

We offer familiar brand name groceries and beverages, the largest selection of domestic and craft beers in the area, a wide selection of local gifts and souvenirs. We have a nice selection of sporting goods for fishing, hunting, backpacking and camping. We are licensed by the State of Colorado to sell Hunting and Fishing licenses as well as state park passes.

Stop by any morning for one, or two, of our awesome fresh handmade breakfast burritos. Then around 10’ish, we switch up the grill and Derek starts cooking up juicy hamburgers. On the weekends you will find Billy serving up pulled pork and brisket sandwiches in the afternoon. The folks around here and our friends on the dusty trail rave about our grub.

For those returning on the trail from the mountains in their covered wagons, we offer an RV Dump Station to lighten the load before heading on down the trail.

There’s always an open invitation for y’all to come on back and visit.

Monday 5:00 am - 9:00 pm, Tuesday 5:00 am - 9:00 pm, Wednesday 5:00 am - 9:00 pm, Thursday 5:00 am - 9:00 pm, Friday 5:00 am - 9:00 pm, Saturday 5:00 am - 9:00 pm, Sunday 5:00 am - 9:00 pm
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126 West 2nd Street, La Veta, CO, USA 23.57 km

Situated at the base of the Spanish Peaks at 7000′ elevation in La Veta. Circle The Wagons RV Park is your base camp to explore Southern Colorado making it the perfect vacation destination for families, groups or individuals.

You will love all that the park offers from the outdoor gaming area with its life size scrabble game to Corn Hole and Horse Shoes to just sitting by the Cuchara River and relaxing to the magical sound.

There are laundry facilities, multi shower bath house, gaming room, free DVD rentals, Book and Magazine library, multiple outdoor patios for your group or family gatherings, and a central fire ring.

124 N Main St, La Veta, CO 81055 23.6 km
719-742-5435719-742-5435

12 unit motel with Queen & Twin sized beds in each room. Also included satellite TV, microwave, small refrigerator. Prices start at $45 per unit single occupancy, $5.00 for each additional person. 23 RV spaces with 8 pull through spaces able to accommodate up to 60′ rigs. We accept Mastercard & VISA. Full service restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, daily lunch specials. Featuring American & Mexican menu. Full service bar and game room now open.

205 S Main St, La Veta, CO, USA 23.76 km

Locally made gifts, t-shirts, housewares, and vintage consignment shop in the historic “Covered Wagon” building.

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200 S. Main La Veta Colorado 23.78 km

The suite comfortably sleeps 8 to 12 and is perfect for golf weekends, corporate retreats, family reunions or wedding parties. It includes a huge family room, 2 full baths, 4 bedrooms, washer/dryer, big screen TV, surround sound stereo, phone, and wi-fi.

Built in 1903, the Kincaid Building has long been a part of La Veta’s history and downtown. The upstairs was once a dance hall, movie theatre, meeting place, even a church! In 2007 it was restored to a luxury suite available for short-term rental.

In the heart of La Veta, this unexpected treasure is close to shops, restaurants, art galleries, the museum, and it is just across the street from the La Veta town park. It is a comfortable walk to the Grandote Golf Course and a pleasant ride to Cuchara.

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213 S Main La Veta, CO 23.79 km

The sweetest little Jewelry Boutique nestled in the small town of La Veta. Warm woods cradle hand made jewelry, knives, rocks, gems and delightful gifts.

213 S Main St, La Veta, CO, USA 23.79 km
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202 South Main Street, La Veta, CO, USA 23.79 km

Locally handmade jewelry, Indian-made jewelry, home décor, hoodies, fleece jackets, t-shirts, knives, furniture, wall art, yard art, leather, CBD products.

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210 South Main Street, La Veta, CO, USA 23.8 km
719-742-3666719-742-3666
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132 W Ryus Ave, La Veta, CO 81055 23.81 km

The Spanish Peaks Arts Council (SPACe) promotes and encourages educational events in the arts in the Spanish Peaks region of southern Colorado.

Tuesday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Thursday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Friday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
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103 W Ryus La Veta, Colorado 23.81 km

We were searching the country for the perfect hotel to purchase, and as we narrowed our search to Colorado, we stumbled upon the La Veta Inn. This quaint mountain town nestled at the base of the Spanish Peaks caught our attention and drew us in, as it’s done to so many others who had never been here before. The property had sadly been closed and was desperately in need of someone to come to the rescue.

We fell in love with the beautiful patio and details of the property and knew this was the place for us. It wasn’t long after Ali and I too found La Veta to be our home. Ever since we’ve been working hard to make the hotel a place to remember.

We would like to welcome you to come visit us and fall in love with the town, the area, and our Inn just as we have.

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106 E Francisco St, La Veta, CO, USA 23.81 km
719-650-2079719-650-2079

Select wines, artisan beers, fine cheeses and salami. Join your friends in a cozy inviting atmosphere with wifi and periodic live music.

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212 South Main Street, La Veta, CO, USA 23.82 km

Full Service Grocery Store with Full Service Deli and Full Service Meat Counter (We cut to your specifications). Charlie’s has been locally owned and operated in La Veta Colorado since 1937. Ice Cream parlor/soda fountain attracts tourist from all over.

Monday 6:00 am - 6:00 pm, Tuesday 6:00 am - 6:00 pm, Wednesday 6:00 am - 6:00 pm, Thursday 6:00 am - 6:00 pm, Friday 6:00 am - 6:00 pm, Saturday 6:00 am - 6:00 pm, Sunday 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
133 East Virginia Street, La Veta, CO, USA 23.82 km

Color and light are always significant in my paintings. I am fortunate to live in one of the most beautiful, best kept secrets in Colorado. No matter whether my painting is of the magnificent Spanish Peaks, or of a lowly rock in the snow, my hope is to connect with others who share my love of the natural world.

As we experience the world around us, we often hold onto fleeting moments we remember more as feelings than how things really looked. In my work, I strive to capture these moments, enhancing the feelings with expressive colors, yet retaining the reality of the scene.

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216 S Main La Veta, CO 23.82 km

a non-profit and 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, is centrally located in the Cuchara Valley in La Veta, Colorado, and offers physical fitness facilities to residents and visitors in Huerfano County. We offer a number of fitness classes including Senior Pilates, Power Fitness, Spin Bike, Swiss Ball, Senior Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Teen Dance, and Zumba.

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305 S Main Street La Veta, Colorado 23.83 km
719-742-3680719-742-3680

Family-owned Paradise Coffee was brewed in April 2012. Serving a variety of delicious espresso, lattes and coffees.

Thursday 5:30 am - 1:00 pm, Friday 5:30 am - 1:00 pm, Saturday 5:30 am - 1:00 pm, Sunday 5:30 am - 1:00 pm, Monday 5:00 am - 11:00 am
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220 South Main Street, La Veta, CO, USA 23.83 km

Authentic New Mexican and International food in the European tradition. A small restaurant with an even smaller kitchen produces clean, quality, from scratch food from around the globe. Think locally., cook globally!!

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107 W Ryus Ave, La Veta, CO, USA 23.86 km
719-742-3453719-742-3453
Monday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Tuesday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Wednesday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Thursday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Sunday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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300 S Main St, La Veta, CO, USA 23.86 km
719-742-3387719-742-3387
Monday 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Tuesday 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Wednesday 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Thursday 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Friday 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Saturday 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Sunday 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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314 South Main Street, La Veta, CO, USA 23.89 km
719-742-5599719-742-5599
The 1899 Inn has been in the National Register of Historic Places for over twenty years and is one of La Veta’s original quarried sandstone structures. It was fully renovated in 2008 and is centrally located in downtown La Veta, adjacent to the library and historic Francisco Fort Museum. It is an easy walk to Charlie’s grocery, shops and restaurants, and is a 15 minute drive from Cuchara. Come enjoy hiking, fishing, biking, painting, local music, galleries, train trips, horseback riding, relaxing, exploring, and much more……
There are 5 rooms upstairs, 2 with private baths and 3 with a shared bath. All rooms have private sinks and mirrors. The cottage out back is self contained with a kitchen-living room, bedroom, and bathroom, and has off street parking.
We feature a full, family style breakfast in the morning made with natural wholesome ingredients, emphasizing local and organics. Breakfast is served family style in the sunroom. We use environmentally friendly cleaning products, and we recycle.
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129 W Ryus Ave, La Veta, CO 81055 23.9 km

We are a small town artisan bakery in the heart of Spanish Peaks Country

Tuesday 6:00 am - 1:00 pm, Thursday 6:00 am - 1:00 pm, Saturday 6:00 am - 1:00 pm
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306 Main St, La Veta 23.9 km

A folk museum at the heart of Spanish Peaks country

Colonel Francisco founded a trading post at the foot of the Spanish Peaks in Colorado Territory in 1862.  The small town of La Veta grew up around the fort.  Francisco Fort still stands – the last surviving original adobe fort in the state – and now serves as the home of Francisco Fort Museum.  We house the heirlooms of Huerfano County including locally and nationally important collections of Native American, Spanish settler, and pioneer artifacts.  The Museum is open for tours Tuesday through Saturday from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Drop by for an unforgettable experience.

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La Veta, CO, USA 23.92 km

Cuchara Valley, nestled in the beautiful Southern
Colorado Mountains has a little something for everyone.

Whether you’re taking a simple drive through the
Scenic Highway of Legends or overdue for a relaxing
getaway, the rustic village of Cuchara is your place!
Experience one of the last truly undiscovered parts of
Colorado.  Enjoy the slow pace, beautiful scenery and friendly atmosphere that can’t be found in other
vacation areas!.. all within hours of Texas, Oklahoma
and Kansas.

Lets not forget Cuchara is centrally located, acting as
a hub to several exciting attractions and day trips.
Our accommodations provide a wide range of options, from a simple inexpensive getaway to lodging for large groups.  Prices range from $175-$600 per night.

Call  today for the Cuchara Cabin or Condo Rental
of your choice!  All renters are encouraged to review
our POLICIES prior to making a reservation!
Come beat the heat with highs in the low 80’s or just
relax in one of our many Cuchara vacation rentals!

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La Veta, CO 23.92 km
505.975.0512505.975.0512

La Veta Anglers offers full service fly-fishing experiences throughout Southern Colorado. Our expert staff will provide all fishing equipment. Call now.

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127 W Francisco Street La Veta, Colorado 81055 23.95 km

The building now known as the Francisco Center for the Performing Arts was originally a Presbyterian Church built in 1892 on land donated by Colonel John Francisco and Mrs. P.Q. McComb. The Church, a stately white wooden building on Francisco Street, was built by William H. Adamson at a cost of $1,200. Initially it contained two rooms, a 38′ x 40′ audience room and a second 16′ by 22′ room. In 1893, the Church boasted a membership of 35 souls.

In the early 1970’s the Presbyterians signed the structure over to the town of La Veta for use by the Francisco Fort Museum. Today it is managed by the Francisco Center  for the Performing Arts. Over the years, several talented troupes of actors and entertainers have called this stage home, beginning in 1975 with the formation of the Spoon River Players, which later became the Fort Francisco Players and, currently, the Spanish Peaks Players. The Spoon River Players, a community theater group, was started by La Veta High School’s drama teacher Robert W. Johnson and debuted with the production of Edgar Lee Master’s The Spoon River Anthology.

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On July 31 and August 1, 1976, the Spoon River Players performed its first play, The Silver Whistle, in what would become the Francisco Center for the Performing Arts. Between 1976 and 1981 the Players used the old church for plays with little modification to the facility. In fact, during the first five years or so, the theater was heated with a couple of wood stoves to allow for winter productions. A 1981 lease agreement between the Fort Francisco Museum and the Players formed the Fort Francisco Center for the Performing Arts.

The Spoon River Players continued to produce from three to six plays a years until the mid-1990s, including melodramas, musicals, comedies, mysteries and tragedies. Productions included, to name but a few, Oklahoma, Wait Until Dark, Mousetrap, A Star-Spangled Girl, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Our Town, A Streetcar Named Desire, Blithe Spirit, The Rainmaker, Steel Magnolias, Man of LaMancha, The Night of January 16th, and The Importance of Begin Earnest. La Veta High School’s drama program also staged some productions at the Francisco Center over the years including A Thurber Carnival in 1981 and The High School Zone in 1998. Today, the LVHS Senior Class play at the theater is an annual springtime event.

In 1985 the Players once again produced Edgar Lee Master’s The Spoon River Anthology to honor the 10th anniversary of the theater. Over 25 cast members were on stage, and it was noted then that well over 200 residents of the area had been involved in productions at the theater during its first decade. By now that number has most likely doubled, if not tripled.

In the mid-1990s a new acting troupe, the Fort Francisco Players, was formed to pick up where the Spoon River Players left off. To be continued . .

.The FCPA says THANK YOU to Nancy Christofferson, “La Veta: The First 40 Years” and to Robert W. Johnson for their contributions to our little history and to Dick Anderson, La Veta, for his sketch of the FCPA theater.

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404 Oak Street, La Veta, Colorado, USA 24.06 km

Affordable 2,3 and 4 bedroom rental cabins that are cozy like home. Imagine the lazy mornings basking in the Colorado sunshine. Picturesque 360 degree views. La Veta, the stunning valley that is a natural playground for those that love the outdoors. Our secluded cabins be your “base camp” for world-class fly fishing, hiking, golf, horseback riding, or just kicking backing and enjoying the natural splendor. Then come back and sit around the campfire telling lies about the “one that got away” and enjoying Colorado’s star-studded sky.

Whether you are looking to spend your annual vacations or a weekend with family, Two Fox’s resorts would give you a warm welcome.

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701 South Main Street, La Veta, CO, USA 24.08 km

The best place to eat in La Veta Colorado!

Friday 7:00 am - 2:00 pm, Saturday 7:00 am - 2:00 pm, Sunday 7:00 am - 2:00 pm, Monday 7:00 am - 2:00 pm, Tuesday 7:00 am - 2:00 pm
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140 W. Grand La Veta Colorado 24.22 km
719-742-5423719-742-5423

Time comes to a stop; or at least you’ll wish it did when visiting La Veta Colorado.

Harding’s Corner is a family Bed & Breakfast in every sense of the word; not only will Sara help you feel at home, your children are welcome. So, come sit on the front porch and enjoy the cool mountain air.

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604 S. Oak St., La Veta 24.24 km

Each evening, we offer a delicious selection from our menu choices of lamb, steak, chicken, seafood or vegetarian… complemented with fresh vegetables and potato, rice or pasta, along with soup or salad to complete your meal. Upon your arrival, Chef Alys Romer will present the evening’s selection and offer you a choice of beverages. Enjoy coffee, tea or a soft drink with your meal or choose a fine wine, beer or after dinner drink. Space is limited for each seating and reservations are required. Call  719.742.3742 . Special requests are always welcome. Come enjoy a favorite dinner with close friends and family…

at Alys’ Restaurant in La Veta!

Monday 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm, Thursday 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm, Friday 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm, Saturday 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
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226 West Grand Street, La Veta, CO, USA 24.3 km

A Friendly little RV Park located in the charming town of La Veta, Colorado on the “Highway of Legends” scenic byway. We are a seasonal park open from May 1 thru Oct 7. Come up and escape the summer heat.

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923 S Oak St, La Veta 24.43 km
719-742-3483719-742-3483
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1010 Cherry St La Veta, CO 24.59 km
719-742-3071719-742-3071

Big R is the top merchant for your home, farm, and ranch. We supply pet, clothing, footwear, sporting goods, hardware, automotive and more.

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1012 S. Cherry St. La Veta Colorado 24.62 km

Affordable 2,3 and 4 bedroom rental cabins that are cozy like home. Imagine the lazy mornings basking in the Colorado sunshine. Picturesque 360 degree views. La Veta, the stunning valley that is a natural playground for those that love the outdoors. Our secluded cabins be your “base camp” for world-class fly fishing, hiking, golf, horseback riding, or just kicking backing and enjoying the natural splendor. Then come back and sit around the campfire telling lies about the “one that got away” and enjoying Colorado’s star-studded sky.

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421 Country Rd. La Veta, Colorado 30.45 km
719-742-5111719-742-5111

Your guide to it all. Attractions, outdoors, dining, and more. Be on the forefront of discovering southern Colorado’s greatest best-kept secret. Request A Free Brochure. Subscribe To Newsletter. Where Legends Roam. Destinations: California Peak, Huerfano Butte, La Veta and Cuchara, Bent, St. Vrain & Company.

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22250 County Rd 44 Aguilar, CO 34.1 km

Fred has been involved in archery since he was a young man. He has successfully harvested numerous trophies with his bow from all over the world. He has also completed the Super Slam taking all 29 North American Species with his recurve bow. His past work experience includes working for Bear Archery, managing Arrow Dynamics one of the largest archery pro shops in Colorado, and working as field operations manager of Dart International (the video hunting simulator). Currently, as a full-time outfitter/guide, Fred’s other interests include hunting, writing, photography, and videography. He has had articles and/or pictures published in Bowhunter, Bowhunting World, Traditional Bowhunter, Outdoor Life and North American Hunter magazines and has released Traditional Harvests I , II and III, IV and Traditional Harvest V. These DVD’s highlight traditional hunts for antelope, bear, deer, mountain lion, boar, sharks and stingrays, caribou, elk, javelina, bison, muskox, grizzly, polar bear and turkey. Look for Fred on the Sportsman Channel on Easton Bowhunting TV with Host Fred Eichler and Predator Nation.

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15880 Highway 12 Cuchara CO 38.44 km

For nearly a century, generations of families have cherished a return to The Yellow Pine Guest Ranch, layering memories upon memories here in the heart of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range of Southern Colorado. Historic barns of hand hewn timbers with rail corrals and fencing grace this 150 year old, 100 acre ranch nestled in the Cuchara Valley at an elevation of 8,650 feet. The crystal clear Cucharas River cascades for two miles through Yellow Pine’s lush meadows and soaring pines, replenishing our fishing pond and happily watering our horses – as well as our souls. Come sit a spell on its bank, watch the kids play at our playground, challenge a friend to a game of horse shoes or volleyball, enjoy a trail ride with our wrangler, fish in our private stocked pond or hike to the peak of the Dakota Wall – all without ever leaving the ranch. Treasured memories await the making! Whether you are planning a getaway for just the two of you, a family reunion, or a group retreat, our magnificent ranch provides the perfect setting, truly a gem of Southern Colorado.

Monday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm, Tuesday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm, Wednesday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm, Thursday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm, Friday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm, Saturday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
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15880 Hwy 12 Cuchara CO 38.44 km
719-742-5490719-742-5490

Cynamin was born and raised in Kansas. She grew up with family, summering in the La Veta/Cuchara, Colorado area, where she fell in love with its majestic mountains, wholesome people, family traditions, and enchanting wildlife. She has five generations of family who have built their lives creating memories in Colorado. Cynamin met her husband Jim, a La Veta native and Air Force veteran in Cuchara. After marrying in 1991, the newlyweds moved all over the United States inhabiting: Arizona, California, Colorado, Oklahoma, and Illinois. Finally, in 2010, Cynamin and her family were called back to the only place that ever felt like home, Cuchara. Cynamin is the mother of three boys, who are La Veta High School alumni.

Jim and Cynamin started “The Cuchara Country Music Festival,” which was successful for three years in Cuchara. In 2016, the festival relocated to the La Veta Airport allowing for larger venues, different genres of music, RV camping, and food vendors. The festival was renamed, “The Spanish Peaks Music Festival.” This concert has brought great revenue to Huerfano county and its profits have helped many local organizations. Cynamin and Jim have become an integral part of the community by giving back daily and ensuring visitors and residents are always welcomed warmly.

Cynamin is proud to be a part of the Code of the West Real Estate team because of their innovative uses of technology, high level of customer service, and company values. She has a natural talent for interior decorating, immaculate skills in renovating, and a true love of people. She absolutely knows no strangers; anyone that meets Cynamin experiences kindness, a generous spirit, and loyalty. Entrust in her dedication to find your next home or vacation home.

Cynamin has successfully closed over 165 transactions, totalling over 27 million in sales in Huerfano, Las Animas, El Paso, Pueblo Counties, Custer, Fremont & Costillo counties. Her knowledge in property inventory and insight into her clients search criteria has successfully shortened the property search time. Cynamin has a 68% success average in finding the buyer their perfect property within the first scheduled showing day! Cynamin takes extra care in her listings making sure that they are show-ready and being marketed in the most current and innovative way!

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73 Cuchara Avenue East Cuchara Colorado 38.94 km

Welcome to our quaint and cozy inn (formerly known as Cuchara Inn) that will be your base while you explore the beautiful scenery, enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, and relaxing.  We have an array of rooms to accommodate singles, couples, families. Our remodeled conference room is available for group meetings or events.

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73 Cuchara Ave, La Veta, CO, USA 38.94 km

We are open mornings from 8-2 (room service for hotel guest or ice cream and to-go available 2-8)

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23 Cuchara Ave. East Cuchara, Colorado 38.97 km
719-742-3838719-742-3838
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23 Cuchara Ave E Cuchara, CO 38.97 km
816-518-5895816-518-5895

Ayers Family Fitness is a company that offers help guiding individuals with their health goals through smart training and nutritional advice.

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137 Cuchara Ave. East Cuchara CO 39 km

Home of the infamous Dog Bar Grill and the always delicious food of Timbers Restaurant. The Village is one of Colorado’s “Best Kept Secrets”. A great place to get away from it all. Everything else can wait!

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75 Cuchara Ave, La Veta, CO, EE. UU. 39.02 km

Since 1992, The Bears Den Mini Golf and Go Karts has been a center of community and family fun in Florence, WI. Bill and Judy Krieg started with a vision of a family gathering place. Believing that everyone enjoys having fun and bringing out their inner-child. After 28 successful years, Bill and Judy have entrusted us with that dream. Our hope is to expand and grow what they have turned over to us, while providing a variety of entertainment options that honor the past and look forward to the future.

Our main priority at The Bears Den Mini Golf and Go Karts is to help you, your friends, your family, and our community have an enjoyable and memorable experience. Stop by to enjoy our beautiful summers and see this gem for yourself. Here’s to more memories and fun in the next 28 years and beyond!

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75 Cuchara Ave East Cuchara, CO 39.02 km
719-742-3107719-742-3107

The Bear’s Den at Cuchara is a gift shop/mini golf course nestled at the foot of downtown Cuchara. Open May- October. $7 adults, $5 kids.

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27 Cuchara Ave E Cuchara, CO 39.02 km

Online shop based in southern Colorado. We also have items in various spots around the area which will be showcased as they happen.

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4 Cuchara Ave Cuchara, CO 39.04 km
719-742-3450719-742-3450
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4 Cuchara Ave Cuchara, CO 39.04 km
719-742-5529719-742-5529

small family friendly gift shop located in Cuchara Colorado.

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34 Cuchara Ave. East cuchara, co 39.04 km

Known to our visitors as the “Heart and Soul of Cuchara” The Dog Bar & Grill was established in 1980. Currently being ran on only its 3rd ownership in the last 38 years, The Dog Bar & Grill continues to be a staple in the Cuchara Valley. Named “One of the Top 12 Best Outdoor Patios in Colorado” by the Denver Post, The Dog Bar & Grill is the best place to connect with new and old friends, indulge in the best food and cold beverages in the valley, and enjoy the best live entertainment around, featuring local bands all throughout the summer season.

Wednesday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm, Thursday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm, Friday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm, Saturday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm, Sunday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
30 Cuchara Ave, La Veta, CO, USA 39.04 km

The building is border by Dodgeton Creek where you can sit and enjoy your a private outdoors space. All within walking distance to local Country store and restaurant and Cocktails

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33 Park Road, Cuchara CO 41.37 km

Cuchara is the best kept secret in Colorado! The locals here are laid back and truly enjoy the simple life! Come and experience the relaxing atmosphere and the beauty of this valley. We have 4 lakes and the Cuchara River to fish trout from, numerous hiking trails. Bring your jeep or ATV’s to climb mountain trails and old mining roads. Wildlife is abundunt, Big Horn Sheep, Elk, Bear, Deer, Fox, just to name a few. The town of Cuchara offers a country store & gift shop, Timbers fine dining, Dakota Dukes specialty shop, Brewed Awakening Coffee shop, and the famous “Dog Bar.”

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35 Spruce Trail, Cuchara CO 41.46 km

Yes, your dream of escaping to a cabin in the woods or on a river can come true! Getaway, experience our fresh mountain air, relax to the sounds of the river. It’s a good time to visit Cuchara Valley, an undiscovered paradise in the Southern Colorado Rocky Mountains. 

With our cozy cabins, beautiful mountain homes, and affordable condos we have something for everyone, including pet-friendly lodging.

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90 Panadero Avenue, La Veta, CO, USA 41.74 km

Finally a place to get a cup of coffee, breakfast burritos, pastries and smoothies in Cuchara, Colorado! We recently opened on 09/17/2019. Come by and see us! We will be consistently expanding our menu as we go forward!

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101 Ruby Lane, La Veta, CO, USA 42.01 km

2018 cabin on 6 acres with 4 bedrooms & 3 baths. A 30×40 game room/bunk house next to the cabin for recreation. All next to a private fishing pond. Conveniently located to lakes, trails, restaurants, and much more. TEST

**The “accommodates 8 guests” does not include children. One queen bed is equipped with a trundle. Also 2 rollout twins and air mattresses available.

The space

Formerly the location of Cuchara Valley Lodge. The Lodge was torn down and the old swimming pool building converted into a cabin.

Guest access

The cabin is less than a mile to Bear & Blue lakes turnoff of highway 12.

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946 Panadero Ave, Cuchara, CO 81055 42.99 km

Huerfano County’s Parker-Fitzgerald Cuchara Mountain Park is an environmentally sensitive facility that offers year around opportunities for recreation, education, entertainment, special events and socializing, thus enhancing the welfare and enjoyment of its visitors and boosting the local economy.

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Restaurants, recreation facilities, attractions, and more are now open with state-approved COVID-19 safety measures in place.

With plenty of open space, we offer an ideal place to get away and be safe. Business situations change frequently, so we recommend calling ahead.