What you need to know about marijuana tourism Trinidad Colorado- On the 1st of January 2014, Colorado became one of the only states to allow recreational marijuana sales. Anyone over 21 can walk into a dispensary, purchase legal marijuana products. As a result, Colorado has seen a sudden increase in cannabis tourism, which has also helped to bring previously unknown towns to the light which were also at the brink of going bankrupt. One such city called Trinidad has become a popular choice for tourists because of its ideal location on the New Mexico Colorado Border where there are over 15 marijuana dispensaries to choose from. If you are interested in planning a 420 friendly weed vacation in Colorado, here is what you need to know about marijuana tourism Trinidad Colorado:

Too Many Choices from over 15 marijuana dispensaries

The expansion of pot shops and dispensaries in Trinidad appears to be increasing by the day and there are no signs of slowing down anytime soon. When recreational weed use was first legalized, eager customers had to wait in long lines to access their supply. However, since then, the number of shops in the area has almost tripled in size, which means that there is a wide variety to satisfy a range of tastes, needs, and preferences.

Choosing the right dispensaries can be tricky

Although there is a broad range of retailers available, locating and picking a retailer is usually easier said than done. Luckily, apps such as Weedmaps and Leafly have helped to make it easier to find the nearest location or retailer. If you are already in Trinidad and do not know where to start, you can ask a friendly local for some guidance.

How much can I buy?

Anyone can purchase pot from any dispensary of their choice. Out of state residents can purchase as much as one ounce per transaction.

Do you need a doctor’s note?

Not for recreational marijuana dispensary. All you need to make purchases is a valid state or federal ID that proves that you are over 21. You will also need plenty of cash as most retailers only accept cash.

Don’t take it back to your home state

Unless you have a weird desire to see the inside of a federal prison, you should NEVER try and take marijuana across Colorado state lines. Marijuana possession is still against federal law despite the legalization in Colorado and the law will come down hard on people that attempt to transport it across state lines.