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Lake Pueblo State Park

United States


Brochure Info Lake Pueblo State Park is a southern Colorado Mecca for sun lovers and water-sports enthusiasts, including boaters, water-skiers, sailors and swimmers. Lake Pueblo is one of the state's most popular parks, so large is this area that there's never a crowded feeling. With 4,500 acres of surface water, the reservoir can host many water sports. The fishing is exceptional here and the views in this arid southern Colorado landscape are dramatic. Lake Pueblo has 400 campsites, accommodating tents, pick-up campers, motorhomes and trailers. For current conditions and more information, please visit the Pueblo Lake website: http://cpw.state.co.us/placestogo/Parks/lakepuebloKey InfoBy making a reservation with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, you are agreeing to read and abide by all rules stated in this purchase flow and on the confirmation letter. In addition to the camping fee, an entrance fee is required at all state parks! Senior Discount: Applied when site occupant has a valid Aspen Leaf Pass. Shade may be naturally provided by trees and other vegetation or by man made shade shelter. Please call the park for specific details. Pets allowed, but must be on a 6' leash. Please use www.cpwshop.com to make, cancel, or change reservations or make any license, pass, or retail purchases. ReserveAmerica.com has limited functionality for CPW customers. Per CPW regulation, no individual may camp or park a motor vehicle, trailer or camper on a state park for more than fourteen (14) days in any twenty-eight (28) day period on a single park. For the purposes of this regulation, an individual is defined as any person who has occupied a site, whether or not they are formally listed on the reservation as the reserving party or primary occupant. Any reservations made with one or more days outside of the 6-month reservation window will be frozen to changes for 14 days from the date the reservation was made. Important Information for Daily EntranceDirectionI-25 to Pueblo, then Hwy 50 west for 4 miles. Turn south on Pueblo Blvd. and go 4 miles to Thatcher Avenue. Turn west and go 6 miles to park entrance. ALTERNATE ROUTE: Best for North Plains Campground and Juniper Breaks Campground. West on Hwy 50 to McCulloch Blvd. then south and west on McCulloch to Nichols Rd. Then south to the North entrance.Booking Window Product InfoFee Cancellation DescPlease read our Fees and Cancellation Policies

Campgrounds inside Lake Pueblo State Park

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