San Luis Valley, Colorado
San Luis Valley, CO is a high-altitude basin in south central Colorado and lies approximately 160 miles southwest of the state’s capital, Denver. San Luis Valley receives very little rain, but the summer temperatures are moderate with chilly nights in the winter. The area’s economy is mostly driven by agriculture, but recently, the pristine environment has become an excellent tourist attraction with areas like the Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge, San Luis Lake and State Park, and the Great Sand Dunes National Park. Similarly, the theaters at Adams State College, The Creede Repertory, and the Rocky Mountain State have inspired hundreds of nationally recognized artists and the area is quickly becoming a hub for new artists across all media. San Luis Valley, CO is also home to the highest per capita of residential solar energy in the United States with plans of 30% of Colorado’s homes to be generated by renewable sources by 2020. These boosts in popularity make the cities like Alamosa, Crestone, Monte Vista, Pagosa Springs and South Fork in San Luis Valley wonderful places for home buying and businesses.
San Luis Valley, CO Relocation Guide
Welcome to San Luis Valley! On this page you will find a directory of links that will facilitate your move to the area, including links to public safety offices, utilities, and demographic information. If there are any sites you would like to see added to this list, please let us know!