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• Population: 4,182 • Elevation: 6,182 • Area Code: 719 • Huerfano Co., CO 81082

Points of Interest:

Devil's Stairstep, Huerfano Butte, Huerfano County Courthouse, Lathrop State Park, San Isabel National Forest, Walsenburg Mining Museum, Spanish Peaks, Railroad Depot

Annual Events:

Groundhog Brunch             Early February (719) 738-1065

El Fandango                       Early May (719) 738-2190

Black Diamond Jubilee        June (719) 738-1065

Glen Miller Celebration        Mid-July (719) 738-2198

Fall Festival & Chili Cookoff     August (719) 738-1065

Plaza de los Leones                Early September (719) 738-1065

Christmas Parade of Lights      Late November (719) 738-1065


Visitor Information Huerfano County

Chamber of Commerce 400 Main St (719) 738-1065

Hospital                         Spanish Peaks Reg. Health Ctr. 23500 U.S. Hwy. 160 (719) 738-5100

Airport                           Spanish Peaks Airfield 1062 County Rd. 101 (719) 738-2050

College                         Tnnidad State Jr. College 600 Prospect St. (719) 846-5011

Post Office                    204 E. 6th St. (719) 738-6093

Library                          Huerfano County Library 323 Main St. (719) 738-2774

Museum                              Walsenburg Mining Museum 101 E. 5th St. (719) 738-1992

Golf Course                         Walsenburg Golf Course Hwy 160 (719) 738-2730

Ski Area                              Cuchara Mountain Resort 946 Panadero Ave. (877) 282-4272

Police Department              202 W 6th St. (719) 738-1044

Fire Department                 Huerfano Co. Fire Protection Dist.   310 Main St. (719) 738-1877

Newspaper                         Huerfano World 111 W 7th St. (719) 738-1720


Once known as "The City Built on Coal," Walsenburg is the gateway to the Cuchara Valley and the seat of Huerfano County. Huerfano, the Spanish word for orphan, refers to the lone butte located north of Walsenburg along 1-25. Setded in 1859 on an ancient trail by Miguel Antonio Leon, Walsenburg was originally named La Plaza de los Leones. In 1870, Fred Walsen, a Prussian immigrant, established a general store. The town was renamed after Walsen, its first mayor, when it incorporated in 1873. With the discovery of significant coal beds, Walsenburg became a mining center. At its peak, the county had more than 50 operating mines that employed tens of thousands of workers and produced as much as 2.5 million tons of coal a year. Outdoor recreation centers around nearby Lathrop State Park, which was the first designated state park in Colorado.