Colorado Counties We Service

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Alamosa County

Alamosa County is a thriving community that is home to over 15,000 residents and is the commercial hub of the San Luis Valley as well as the gateway to the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. Alamosa County offers prime agricultural land and is home to innovative businesses in energy, cultural heritage, industry, and transportation. Residents and visitors alike enjoy access to some of Colorado’s best outdoor recreation and wilderness. With 350+ days of sunshine a year, the Alamosa climate is perfect for growing barley, potatoes, alfafla, and is also one of the most productive locations for solar power plants in the U.S. Learn More>

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Conejos County

Conejos County is located at the southern end of the beautiful San Luis Valley. The gorgeous San Juan Mountains rise on the western part of the county while the eastern portion is characterized by the valley floor, which is nearly level. Over sixty percent of the county is owned by state or federal entities, including the Rio Grande National Forest. Small towns, pasturelands and wide open farms characterize the remaining portion of the county that is privately owned. Conejos County was one of the original counties created by the Colorado legislature in 1861 and contains some important historical sites. Learn More>

Mt Blanca Costilla County Colorado
Photo courtesy of Jeremy Elliott

Costilla County

Costilla County is home to San Luis, the oldest town in Colorado. Costilla County was also the first aread of this beautiful state to be colonized with recorded history dating as far back as 1540. While is is home to several small communities, San Luis and Blanca are the only incorporated towns in the county. Excellent fishing and boating awaits at Eastdale Reservoir, Sanchez Reservoir, Smith Reservoir, and Mountain Home Reservoir. Costilla County is also home to a variety of wildlife such as deer, elk, antelope, coyotes, bears, bighorn sheep, and mountain lions, and offers some of the best big game hunting in Colorado. Learn More>

Rio Grande River Mineral County Colorado
Photo courtesy of Mineral County, Colorado

Mineral County

Mineral County is located in the Rocky Mountains of Southern Colorado. Residents and visitors of Mineral County will find an abundance of untouched mountain scenery and plenty of opportunities for hiking, camping, skiing, fishing and hunting, as well as ghost towns and old abandoned mines to explore. Creede, Colorado is the only town in Mineral County and was established in 1892. Originally thriving on silver mining, it is now known for its art galleries, shopping, dining, historical tours as well as the Creede Repertory Theatre which offers a variety of plays and musicals. Learn More>

Wolf Creek Ski Area South Fork CO
Photo adapted from Wolf Creek Ski Facebook Page. Photo Credit
to @ryoutside.

Rio Grande County

Rio Grande County is one of the highlights of the San Luis Valley and is known as the gateway to the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. With its scenic landscape and close knit community, Rio Grande County is a great place to live, work and vacation. The county is home to three municipalities, Monte Vista, Del Norte, and South Fork. These historic towns were set up along the rail line that follows the Rio Grande River. Monte Vista is the largest community in the county and is situated on the valley floor and is home to the Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge. Del Norte is a small town that focuses on its historic past. It offers small shops and boutiques and provides an array of recreational activities. South Fork is the newest town in the county and is surrounded by the Rio Grande National Forest and provides easy access to Wolf Creek Ski Area. Originally a logging center, it is now considered the gem of the valley. Learn More>

Saguache County Colorado
Photo by Clyde Lovett,

Saguache County

Saguache County was formed on December 29, 1866 and is the northern gateway to the San Luis Valley. It is surrounded by the Sangre de Cristo mountains to the east and the San Juan range to the west. Ranching and raising cattle and sheep is the main occupation in this part of the San Luis Valley. There are also many artisans in this area. Potters, authors, photographers, painters, and weavers to name a few. Saguache County is home to the towns of Saguache, Crestone and Center. There are adventures and activities available year round, from great skiing at nearby Monarch and Wolf Creek Ski Area, to the many great festivals they are host to. Learn More>