Lake Pueblo State Park is located about 14 miles west of Pueblo at an elevation of 4,690 feet. There are five campgrounds in the park. These include: Arkansas Point, Juniper Breaks, Prairie Ridge, Yucca Flats, and Kettle Creek. The latter three are collectively known as the Northern Plains Campground and are close together. There are a total of 401 campsites in the park. All of the roads and parking areas are paved. All sites have a covered picnic table, and fire pit. Water hydrants are located in all of the campgrounds. These campgrounds are quite open with only scattered vegetation making privacy limited. None of the campgrounds are located on the lake.
The Arkansas Point Campground is located near the South Marina . This campground has electrical hookups, flush toilets, showers, playground, and a dump station. This campground backs up to a ridge with beautiful rock outcroppings. There are scattered small to medium sized trees throughout the campground. There are 92 pull-through and back-in sites in this campground. Sites 13, 31, 51, and 85 are disabled accessible. Sites 1-29 are available all year round. The shower and laundry facilities are open April 1 through September 30.
The campground is open year round and is especially popular during the summer months. Reservations are accepted.
|92 sites||Disabled facilities|
|Drinking water||Elevation: 4,690 feet|
|Four restrooms||Reservations accepted|
|Link to ReserveAmerica.com|
*Note: Search for the state park name.
Also reserve by calling:
Denver area: 303-470-1144
Toll free: 800-678-2267
Lake Pueblo State Park : 719- 561-9320 ext. 0
HIKING: Lake Pueblo offers 18 miles of trails open to hikers.
BIKING: Lake Pueblo offers 18 miles of trails open to bikers (mountain bikes permitted).
HORSEBACK RIDING: Lake Pueblo offers 16 miles of trails for horseback riders.
Take I-25 to Pueblo, then U.S. 50 west, for four miles. Turn south on Pueblo Boulevard and go four miles to Thatcher Avenue. Turn west and drive six miles to the park.
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