Pike's Stockade National Historic Landmark

National Historic Landmark

Pike's Stockade

Pike’s Stockade is a historic site in the San Luis Valley, seventeen miles southeast of Alamosa on the Conejos River. It is a reconstruction of a log fortress built by United States soldiers on the Zebulon Pike Expedition in January 1807. The replica stockade was first built in 1952 and was named a National Historic Landmark in 1961. History Colorado has administered the site for nearly a century and today it is maintained by the staff at Fort Garland Museum & Cultural Center.

The Stockade is an unstaffed historic site with lots to explore. In addition to the log fortress, the site offers educational panels, walking paths, restrooms, and picnic areas.

Hours

Daily, Sunrise – Sunset.

Closed October – April.
 


Admission: Free
 


Contact: 719-379-3512
Address: 22862 County Road 24, Sanford, CO 81151
Parking: Free on site
 


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Hours

Daily, Sunrise – Sunset.

Closed October – April.
 


Admission: Free
 


Contact: 719-379-3512
Address: 22862 County Road 24, Sanford, CO 81151
Parking: Free on site
 


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