La Junta (Spanish for "the junction") was named for the fact it rested at the intersection of the Santa Fe Trail and a pioneer road to Pueblo. The town developed near Bent's Post, a fur trading post of the 19th century.
La Junta is located in southeastern Colorado, about 60 miles east of Pueblo. The county seat of Otero County, La Junta has for more than a hundred years formed a junction for commercial, agricultural, and ranching ventures. Before that La Junta was the junction where the Santa Fe Trail branched south to New Mexico, while a lesser route continued west to Pueblo and beyond. The Santa Fe Trail was one of the nation's first great trade routes.
Angels & Outlaws Bail Bonds in Pueblo, Colorado has the utmost respect for the historical iconography and cultural preservation in La Junta, Colorado; it exhibits a snapshot into Southern Colorado's rich and proud history. We are excited to be the #1 bail bonds company in La Junta/ Otero County & we are ready to display our impeccable customer service techniques, as well as our expertise in the bail bonds industry!