My husband and I have camped Pueblo State Park for years, over the years the number of visitors especially campers has increased as these waters become better known. Not only for our own state of Colorado but folks from New Mexico, Texas, and Wyoming are discovering this desert jewel. There are NO FULL HOOKUP sites, electricity is supplied at the... 更多
I grew up near the Lake Pueblo and decided to purchase a home near this landmark. It's just a hop-skip-jump to where I live and I love it. Even if it's for a light stroll or going out to have a picnic. During the summer when it's busy, I like watching the boats coming and going out of the South... 更多
Camped over a weekend with no reservations. Called several days prior to visit & told many openings. Very poor road signage and difficult to find a camp site. Tiny reservation markings so have to drive around park ( over 400 spots). Spent about 2 hours trying to find a site. Self registration is a pain - can only sign up... 更多
Went to Lake pueblo to fish and relax. With the Rockies in the background this makes a perfect place to relax even though the fishing was not too good.
Lake Pueblo has great views and is open all year. You do have to pay a fee to park for the day. There is a swim beach which okay, not really the best place. There are a lot of areas that you can park and explore. There is also a biking trail. The best time is if you have a... 更多
We reserved a pavilion for a Family Reunion and had the use of it all day. We could not have been more pleased. The restrooms were very close and we had outside running water. There were two grills which we used and lots of area to sit and visit. There was even a fireplace that could be used in the... 更多