An unincorporated community in Saguache County, Sargents lies along Highway 50 between Poncha Springs and Gunnison in the Southern Sawatch Mountain range. Nestled in the mountains, Sargeants doesn’t offer much in terms of services and lodging but offers plenty in terms of outdoor activities. A few historical markers remain such as their water tower and schoolhouse.
The town’s main business is the Tomichi Creek Trading Post. Its main existence is to provide those in the area with some modern amenities and lodging options, with their cabins, RV Park, and camping sites.
Their store offers a gas station, food, restrooms, and even a gift shop filled with souvenirs. Plus, they offer a restaurant and bar on-site as well.
Marshall Pass Road is accessed from town. This mountain pass reaches 10,842 feet in elevation and is a nice scenic drive along the Continental Divide.
With more than 500 miles worth of trail to explore and idyllic single track, the wilderness around Sargents has quickly become the dirtbike mecca of Colorado. Plus with its prime outdoor location, other recreational activities are available. From ATV and snowmobiling to fishing and hunting, there is something for everyone.
Activities in Sargents