Great Sand Dunes National Park

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Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve was originally designated a national monument in 1932, then a wilderness area in 1976, and attained national park status in 2004. The national park designation included a new national preserve in the adjacent Sangre de Cristo Range.

Maps and wide views[edit]




Medano Creek[edit]

Sangre de Cristo Range[edit]