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Las Animas County State Trust Lands

Apishapa North State Trust Lands

From Walsenburg take I-25 exit to Hwy. 10, go east 18.5 miles, then south on Cty. Rd. 77 for 7 miles, east on Cty. Rd. 90 for 11 miles to Apishapa State Wildlife Area. Follow signs through wildlife area to northeast side and parking lot.

  • ACRES: 1,880
  • OPEN: Sept. 1 - Feb. 28
  • WILDLIFE: Mule deer, antelope, bighorn sheep, rabbits, doves, scaled quail, bobcats, coyotes
  • ACCESS: Foot or horseback only

Flattop Butte State Trust Lands

From I-25 exit 34 (at Aguilar) take Cty. Rd. 60 east for 10 miles, then north on Cty. Rd. 75 for 2 miles. Then go east on Cty. Rd. 64 for 2 miles, then north on Cty. Rd. 79 6 miles to the parking lot.

  • ACRES: 2,052
  • OPEN: Sept. 1 - Feb. 28
  • WILDLIFE: Mule deer, antelope, rabbits, doves, scaled quail, bobcats, coyotes
  • ACCESS: Foot access only.

Aguilar TV Hill State Trust Lands

From Aguilar take exit 30 off of I-25 to Cty. Rd. 63.1. Go 1/2 mile west to property.

  • ACRES: 500
  • OPEN: Sept. 1 - Feb. 28
  • WILDLIFE: Mule deer, antelope, black bear
  • ACCESS: Access is restricted as posted on east side of property

Sakariason State Trust Lands

From Trinidad go west 15.3 miles on Hwy. 12 to Cty. Rd. 41.7. Go north 11.6 miles to property.

  • ACRES: 560
  • OPEN: Sept. 1 - May 31
  • WILDLIFE: Elk, mule deer, black bear, turkeys, mountain lions
  • ACCESS: From Sarcillo Canyon (Cty. Rd. 41.7) through Sakariason tract of Spanish Peaks SWA. Access restricted as posted on west side of property.

 

Cities and Towns near Las Animas County State Trust Lands

Aguilar.  

Aguilar is situated in the heart of the Apishapa River Valley in south central Colorado, midway between Trinidad and Walsenburg.

Cokedale.  Once a model coal/coke mining community, Cokedale is named after the nearby rows of coke ovens. The town was founded in 1906 .

Segundo.  Segundo was once the largest coal processing center west of Chicago, boasting 800 coking ovens.

Trinidad.  Trinidad, Colorado is the county seat of Las Animas County. Located between exits 11 and 15 on the I-25 at the foot of Fisher's Peak (elevation: 9,665 ft.)

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