Trinidad is a city which is situate of Las Animas area, south-focal Colorado, U.S., arranged on the Purgatoire River in the lower regions of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains at a rise of 6,025 feet, south of Pueblo. Close to the foot of Raton Pass, the site was an outdoors ground for merchants, seekers, and cattlemen navigating the Santa Fe Trail. In 1870 the Santa Fe Railway manufactured a line through the pass, and the settlement created as a coal-mining and dispatching focus. Baca House, Bloom House, and the Santa Fe Trail Museum are purposes of intrigue; the downtown zone is a National Historic Landmark District. Trinidad Lake State Park is close-by. The remaining parts of the Ludlow camp, where 25 individuals, including 11 kids, passed on in a conflict between Colorado state minute men and striking excavators on April 20, 1914, are found 15 miles toward the north of Trinidad.