BOGGSVILLE HISTORIC SITE
Boggsville’s hours are from 11am to 4pm Tuesday through Saturday.
Contact 456-1358 for any special arrangements.
Boggsville, Colorado, is a historic town located in Bent County, in the southeastern part of the state. The town was founded in 1862 by Thomas Boggs, a prominent local rancher and businessman, who established a trading post and stage stop in the area.
Boggsville quickly became an important center of commerce and trade in the region, and by the late 1860s, it had a population of around 200 people. The town boasted a number of businesses, including a general store, a saloon, a blacksmith shop, and a post office.
In addition to its commercial activities, Boggsville played an important role in the history of the American West. The town was a key stop on the Santa Fe Trail, a major trade route that linked the eastern United States with Mexico and the Pacific Coast.
TAKE HWY 101 SOUTH FROM LAS ANIMAS FOR 2 MILES & FOLLOW SIGNS
RV SITES WITH FULL HOOK UPS $20 INCLUDES HOOKUPS
CAMP SITES $ 10 A NIGHT
Bathrooms and Showers available on site
CONTACT INFO: 719-456-1358 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org FACEBOOK: BOGGSVILLE, LANDMARK
Come Take a Tour of The Bent County/Las Animas Cemetery
See Where a Few Famous Pioneers Are Laid To Rest.