Lake Pueblo, Colorado State Park, Pueblo

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  • I hiked, and was the exception, bit the hiking is great nonetheless. So, many trails! I was visiting without my bike; look forward to returning with it. Great up and downs and cool scenery.  more »
  • Lake Pueblo is a very beautiful location in southern Colorado. The lake was still and the scenery is gorgeous. The lake sits on the Arkansas River, where many people were fishing and picnicing What....  more »
  • I love this lake for so many reasons. It's beautiful, clean, easy to access and free. Check out all the nooks and Crannies for a more private experience. The fishing during the day isn't great in the summer but you'll enjoy more success at night. Great for boating and water sports. You won't find this on the state lake map so it's kind of a hidden treasure.
  • Lake Pueblo is an oasis in the land locked state of Colorado. you can water ski, rent jet skis, wade in the water, and if you bring a tube you can ride the river in some parts of the park. There a handful of campgrounds and amenities in convenient places. Great beaches to lounge on. There is a park fee of $8 for the day. There is cliff jumping, it is not legal, you can get fined.

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