San Luis State Park

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San Luis State Park
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Map showing the location of San Luis State Park
Map showing the location of San Luis State Park
Location Alamosa County, Colorado, USA
Nearest city Alamosa, CO
Coordinates 37°39′59″N 105°44′06″W / 37.66639°N 105.73500°W / 37.66639; -105.73500Coordinates: 37°39′59″N 105°44′06″W / 37.66639°N 105.73500°W / 37.66639; -105.73500
Area 586 acres (2.37 km2)
Established 1993
Governing body Colorado State Parks

San Luis State Park is a state park located in Alamosa County, Colorado, United States. The park is east of the town of Mosca, south off of State Highway 150 near the Great Sand Dunes National Park. The park contains an intermittent lake which is sometimes allocated small quantities of water from the hydrologically managed San Luis Closed Basin drainage.

Wildlife[edit]

A variety of wildlife makes its home in the park, including coyotes, kangaroo rats, rabbits, elk, various kinds of songbirds, raptors, reptiles and amphibians.

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