Welcome to the Trinidad Native Roots Marijuana Dispensary! We provide Trinidad with the best Colorado-grown recreational marijuana available. Located off highway I-25 on the Historic Santa Fe Trail, our Trinidad dispensary is the last marijuana dispensary leaving Colorado and the closest dispensary to New Mexico (exit 11). Minutes from the century-old buildings of downtown Trinidad and two miles from Fischer State Park, find the Native Roots Marijuana Dispensary near the Tower 64 Motel. We’re open 7 days a week from 8:00 am - 10:00 pm serving locals and travelers the best cannabis in Trinidad. Our friendly staff awaits you!
The Native Roots dispensary in Trinidad is only a 20-minute drive north of Raton, New Mexico making it a popular weekend getaway destination for New Mexico residents looking to enjoy the beauty of Colorado’s greenery.
Trinidad has a rich history of adventure, tragedy, and conflict, and is home to countless Wild West stories featuring names like Al Capone. But by the 1940s, the once up-and-coming town built by the coal industry was largely left in decline and disrepair.
Today, Trinidad is experiencing a new kind of boom thanks to the marijuana industry. Marijuana has brought back the economy and tourism to Trinidad so much so that in 2018 High Times magazine dubbed it “Weed Town, USA”.
The Native Roots Marijuana Dispensary is less than two miles from the new Fishers Peak State Park. Fishers Peak is among the most iconic landmarks in Southern Colorado and until recently it was only available to the property’s owners and their guests.
Now, the $25.45 million, 30-square mile property is the 42nd state park in the state owned by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed the executive order affirming the new Fishers State Park in 2019, only two years after the initial idea for the project began.
The project began In 2017 when local philanthropist Jay Cimino contacted Phil Rico, Mayor of Trinidad, who personally knew the former Fishers Peak property owner. After Cimino and Rico’s group toured the property, confirming it was indeed available to purchase, the Trinidad City Council approved the idea.
Mayor Rico connected two well-known non-profit groups involved in land conservation and public parks, The Trust For Public Land and The Nature Conservancy, to help ignite the project, purchasing it from the original property owners. Colorado Parks and Wildlife purchased the property just one year later in 2020 and formally approved Fishers Peak State Park as the name of the new park.
It’s easy to get to Fishers Peak State Park from Native Roots Marijuana Dispensary Trinidad. From our store head south on Sante Fe Trail for five minutes and watch for the signs to Fishers Peak state Park on the left. You’ll know it when you see it!
The Native Roots dispensary in Trinidad is located ten minutes from Trinidad Lake State Park. Trinidad Lake State Park is a gorgeous area frequently visited by weekend campers and outdoor lovers in the area.
Trinidad lake is a dammed reservoir that protects Trinidad from flood waters and sediment and holds irrigation water for the Purgatoire River Water Conservancy District. Enjoy the great outdoors and fall in love with nature at the Trinidad Lake State Park.
It’s a beautiful place for camping, hiking, boating, and other water-based sports. Other activities available to Trinidad Lake State Park visitors include mountain biking, archery, and horseback riding.
To get to the Trinidad Lake State Park from Native Roots, cross over I-25 to take County Rd 69.1 and go left (south). Take a right onto Country Rd. 18.3 and drive for 6.2 miles, then take a left onto Highway 12. Take a left at Trinidad Lake State Park rd and follow signs towards the visitor center.
Located in downtown Trinidad, the Trinidad History Museum offers visitors a glimpse into the American West's past and how it shaped the present.
The Trinidad History Museum includes an entire city block and is composed of four buildings, three of which are historic buildings from the late 19th century, including the Bloom Mansion and the Baca House, and the Barglow Building.
The Trinidad History Museum is surrounded by a large, beautiful landscape called Heritage Gardens, includes additional exhibits on Southern Colorado history, and features quaint gift shops.
To get to the Trinidad History Museum from the Native Roots dispensary, head north on I-25 or Country Rd 69.3 (Sante Fe Trail). Both routes lead to Main Street. Take a right onto Main Street and the museum is located on the right between Chestnut Street and Walnut Street.
In Colorado, the only place you’re legally allowed to smoke marijuana is on private property. However, some local hotels and Airbnb’s may allow you to enjoy it while visiting. It’s important to note that guests should always check in with their host or lodging accommodations to verify use permission and related fees.
In other words, always check with your local lodging rules to make sure it’s okay to smoke marijuana on the premises. Luckily, the Native Roots Trinidad dispensary is located within a two-minute drive or eight-minute walk from the most popular 420-friendly hotel in Trinidad, Tower 64 Motel.
A giant tower turned into a motel sign welcomes 420-friendly visitors as they approach Tower 64 RV Park & Motel in Trinidad, Colorado. This local family-run gem of a motel promotes a 420-friendly environment with funky decor and offers guests affordable rates compared to their franchise counterparts in the area.
Whether you’re RV camping and need a fun spot to hook up and a refill on supplies or you’re passing through in a car, the Tower 64 Motel is the best 420-friendly Motel in Trinidad.
To get to the Tower 64 motel from Native Roots, take a right onto the Sante Fe Trail / Country Rd. 69.3 and drive for half a mile. The motel is on the left-hand side of the road, and the giant tower makes it pretty easy to spot!
The Trails End Motel is a 420-friendly motel that is within walking distance to downtown, shopping, and restaurants. The motel features free Wi-Fi, a fire pit, a BBQ grill, a minifridge, and a microwave. You can enjoy smoking marijuana in your room or RV or on the upper and lower outdoor deck that offer vast landscape views while you smoke.
Some hotels or motels in Trinidad may take advantage of 420-friendly travelers by charging them an extra fee to smoke marijuana. The Trail’s End Motel doesn’t charge a fee for smoking marijuana. All they ask is that you don’t smoke any cigarettes!
To get to Trail’s End Motel from Native Roots, you can take I-25 or Sante Fe Trail / Country Rd. 69.3 heading north towards Trinidad. Taking the Interstate, get off at exit 13B to head towards Main Street. The Trail’s End Motel is approximately one mile down Main Street, located on the right in between Spruce Street and Oak Street.
If you prefer Airbnb and a quirky host you have to stay at Theresa’s Bed & Breakfast in Trinidad. She is an Airbnb super host and offers guests a quiet upstairs studio close to town that is 100% 420-friendly. However, she does not allow kids or pets.
Theresa has lived in her 1906 Victorian-style two-story brick home for more than 31 years, is a historical records transcriber, published author, makes line-dried beef jerky, offers a wealth of local knowledge, and even provides her guests with a small amount of complimentary marijuana during their stay.
Theresa’s Bed & Breakfast, or should we say Bud & Breakfast is only a five-minute walk from downtown Trinidad and to get directions you’ll need to contact her directly through Airbnb by searching: “Quiet upstairs studio close to town 420 friendly”.