Lake Pueblo State Park

Lake Pueblo State Park


Location:I-25 to Pueblo, then US 50 west for 4 miles. Turn south on Pueblo Blvd and go 4 miles to Thatcher Ave, and west 6 miles to park.
Facilities:401 campsites, electrical hookups, 3 group campgrounds, showers, restrooms, 348 picnic sites, 4 group picnic areas, snack bar, hiking/mountain biking trails (18 miles), horseback trails (10 miles), swimming beach with waterslide, bathhouse, fishing piers, fish cleaning station, 2 boat ramps, 2 full-service marinas, mooring/docking, boat rental, jet ski rental, visitor/nature center (é).
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, water-skiing, sailboarding, jet skiing, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, hunting (with restrictions), cross-country skiing, ice fishing, winter camping, interpretive programs.
Special Features:With the Greenhorn and Sangre de Cristo mountain ranges as a background to the south and west and Pikes Peak to the north, Lake Pueblo is an area of contrasts. Miles of trails make it easy to discover the beauty of the area, but the park's 11-mile-long reservoir also makes it a prime destination for water sports enthusiasts.
Address:640 Pueblo Reservoir Rd
Pueblo, CO 81005

Phone:719-561-9320
Web: parks.state.co.us
Size: 9,045 acres land; 4,646 acres water. Elevation: 4,880 feet.

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