Black Diamond Park is a Master Planned Gated Community with affordable value, Colorado views, and recreational amenities typically found in luxury developments. Located adjacent to The Walsenburg Golf Course and the 1600 acre Lathrop State Park, Black Diamond Park offers extraordinary outdoor activities and recreation.


The BDP Master Plan includes features such at secured gated entrances, boundary privacy walls and fences, walking and bike paths, park area and all underground utilities.


Ready-to-build, estate home sites range from .6 acres to 2 acres. Over 60% of all BDP Estate home sites border interior park area, waterway conservation or exterior open space areas.


Each spectacular Black Diamond Park estate home site has commanding mountain views on three sides that include the Spanish Peaks to the south, The Sangre De Cristos to the west and the Wet Mountains to the north with the sun rising every day from the plains located below to the east.


About the area


The City of Walsenburg was established in 1859 and was first named La Plaza De Los Leones, (Plaza of the Lions). Walsenburg has undergone a remarkable downtown transformation led by the efforts of Black Diamond Park which was recognized by Colorado Gov. Bill Owens in 2005. Many artists from throughout the Southwest are establishing a base here as over 3.6 million cars pass through Walsenburg, each year. The natural beauty of the area is highlighted by the National Landmark Spanish Peaks, used by early settlers to mark the Santa Fe Trail and the Sangre De Cristo Mountains where legend has it that they were named after by the Spanish Conquistadors who explored the area in the 1500’s. In addition, the National Scenic Highway of the Legends is a favorite tourist destination for travelers that come from throughout the world to view this spectacular area. The Spanish Peaks were named by the Denver Post as one of the Seven Wonders of Colorado.










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