Approx. $69 per year
17878 Garland Trail, San Luis, CO 81152
Approximate Corner Coordinates:
SE Corner: 37.099748, -105.452695
NE Corner: 37.100047, -105.453212
SW Corner: 37.098503, -105.453838
NW Corner: 37.098858, -105.454354
Driving Directions: (Click links below)
A beautiful treed 2.53 acre lot in Costilla County, Colorado! Plenty of trees for camping and RVing with nice open areas – located about 11 miles south of San Luis, the oldest town in Colorado, and about 56 miles north of Taos. A short distance from Taos is, Angel Fire and Red River for amazing sight-seeing and hiking and/or skiing opportunities.
Property has its own address AND driveway!
In the mood for angling? A short drive to the east is the Sanchez Reservoir, and the Sanchez Reservoir Wildlife Area, for fishing and hunting opportunities (NOTE: License required for both activities!).
The property is located right on Garland Trail, a well maintenanced dirt road. (NOTE: The County boundary line toward the road is drawn incorrectly. The property boundary line goes all the way out to Garland Trail.
Electric – Solar/Generator
Water – Would need to install well/haul water/Cistern
Septic – Would need to install system
Build or Camping allowed limited part of the year.
Use of a recreational vehicle or other camping shelter for longer than a total of 14 days during any consecutive three months on the parcel shall require a Long-Term Camping Permit.
Costilla allows camping on raw land without a dwelling for up to 120 days per calendar year. Camping Permits are valid for 60 Days and a new application must be filed before the expiration date of the permit. Long-Term camping SHALL NOT EXCEED 180 DAYS per RV, Person, or Parcel in any 12 month period. RV’s must be inspected by the Planning and Zoning office to ensure all plumbing and electrical is in working order prior to application approval. Sites will be inspected prior to approval. Please contact the Costilla County Planning and Zoning for details on use and restrictions.
Costilla County Building info: Phone: (719) 937-7668
Wild Horse Mesa
Wild Horse Mesa (also known as San Pedro Mesa) covers about 75 square miles, a few miles south of San Luis, near New Mexico. The mesa area is home to about 150 wild horses (mustangs), broken into 9 bands, roaming on private lands. They are descendants of horses used by Spanish explorers (conquistadors), brought to America in the 1500’s. Spaniards began bringing horses and cattle to North America starting in 1493, after Columbus landed in 1492.
Activities near San Luis
- Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge (36mi)
- Great Sand Dunes National Park (45mi)
- Great Sand Dunes Wilderness.
- Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge (58mi)
- Rio Grande National Forest.
- Sangre de Cristo Wilderness.
Activities in Taos
- Taos Pueblo
- Taos Ski Valley
- The Millicent Rogers Museum
- Kit Carson Museum
- The Rio Grande Gorge and The Gorge Bridge
- Taos Plaza
- San Francisco de Assisi Mission Church (and many more activities)
Activities at Sanchez Reservoir
- Hunting (License required)
- Fishing (License required)
- Winter Activities such as Snow Shoeing, Cross Country Skiing, Snow Tubing, etc.
Distances to Places:
- 52 Alamosa (Pharmacy, Hospital, Coffee Shops, Hardware Store, etc)
- 11 miles to San Luis
- 56 miles to Taos
- 4.3 miles to Sanchez Reservoir
We hope the above extensive information/links to the places mentioned will inspire you that this spot is the ideal location for you to relax and enjoy! If you do need additional info, please contact us at: [email protected], or call as at: 214-919-3090 – Wolfwind Properties