10 Parks near Pueblo, Colorado
Sep 2016 - $24.00
This is a state park without water or sewer hook-ups at sites. Is situated at Pueblo lake with most sites having a view of same. For the most part it is an excellent place to camp, however; some sites are not level and lack shade. Maximum amp is 30 with plans to provide 50 amp by the 2017 season. Restrooms and showers are very clean and well maintained. All major roads have been completely resurfaced....very nice. - Dr Dan L Golden
Jul 2016 - $34.00
We pulled in around 5 on a Thursday. There were a lot of spaces available on a hot July day. Our space had two large trees which provided shade over our camper but that is rare. We hooked up to electricity but no sewer was available.
The lake was beautiful and calm and still, there was hardly any boats on it. I was longing for a boat of my own. There is a trail that goes around the lake if you just want a nice walk. We were interested in archery range because it was mentioned in another review but this is only a practice range with a few targets.
The bathroom close to us was large with a shower, but there were quite a few bugs in it, gnats and silverfish. There was a flush toilet, so I don't really understand why our side didn't have sewer.
The tent pads in the area are very nice, level, elevated, gravel with good drainage.for a barren type of environment, they have done well to create a nice atmosphere, trees have been planted and the sites are spread out and clean. - KSum
Jun 2016 - $31.00
Pay attention to the park signage or you'll end up on the wrong side of the lake. The interior navigation of the park was a little tight for my 38' fifth wheel until we reached the reservation booth, after that it was fine.
Arrived in pouring rain which changed to hail during setup - fun!
Price includes site fee of $24 and park pass fee of $7.
Sites are on the side of a hill overlooking the reservoir and are, mostly, not level. Otherwise, they're fine.
Large with lots of room between sites. Electric was 30 amp only, no water or sewer hookups but faucets and dump station are available.
OK for overnight but wouldn't do extended stay here. No shade but site picnic tables have covers. - daviputnam
Pueblo, Colorado (map) | (719) 561-9320
Sites: 312 | Latest Rate: $20.00 | 2 Reviews
Jun 2014 - $20.00
Beautiful park with large sites overlooking Lake Pueblo. There is no access to swim in the lake except at a swimming beach, which is several miles away. Each site has a paved pad with a fire ring and sheltered (top and one side) over a table. There is a $7 daily use fee in addition to the camping fee. Many of the sites are pull-through. There is a paved bike path throughout the park, which has several other campgrounds. - SideBySiders
Apr 2013 - $20.00
This is one of three campgrounds in Pueblo Lake State Park. This one does have electric hookups as well as flush toilets and showers (not available in winter months). We enjoyed our stay here. The views from our site and overlooking the cliffs were fantastic. This is a very dry region, so not much green grass or trees. The sites are very large, and some can accomodate big rigs and boat trailers with ease. Note, rate does not reflect $7.00 entry fee into park. - Fitzjohnfan
Sep 2016 - $50.00
There are expectations when you stay in a KOA and this one met them all. Friendly folks at check in (even gave me free cookies), good utilities including cable and WiFi, plenty of activities like playgrounds, pool, mini golf, a fish pond where you can feed the Koi. Gravel roads and pads in good shape, decent spacing between with some grass between sites, easy access and plenty of room for maneuvering. Quiet at night despite being close to the highway. There are roomy gas stations at the highway exit and a barbecue restaurant if you don't feel like cooking. Can't ask for more. - utchaps
Sep 2016 - $50.00
Park was neat and clean. Staff was efficient and helpful. $50 for a barely adequate pull through and 30 amp service seemed high. Park was relatively quiet with a little bit of freeway noise. - jdstevens
Aug 2016 - $37.00
The new manager/owner has made major changes and improvements. We had some minor mechanical problems and they assisted us to insure our problem was resolved. The facility is great, good for a one night stop or as a destination to explore the area. Site surface is gravel and grass, with some shade. Would stay here again and highly recommend this facility. - jfredt839
Sep 2016 - $40.00
We've stayed here before, but not for several years. The decline is palpable. First we noticed part of the campground is being turned into a storage lot for RV's with a score or more motorhomes parked behind the jumping pillow. Then you see, as noted by another reviewer, the front steps and ramp are rotting, the paint is peeling and someone will break through someday. Walk into the office, and a sign says they will rent you a fire ring for $5 and sell you wood for $3. It looks like the owners are looking for any way to make more money.
Our site is among the long timers and their campsites are messy, their vehicles are old and noisy. Since the sites are somewhat narrow and short, we have them much too close. If you don't want to unhitch, forget it. To be fair, the wifi works well and some other sites look cleaner and bigger, but our experience has been quite poor.
Some campgrounds try to inject some humor into the rules and this is one of them, but they are not professional comedians and the result is just to sound heavy handed.
Access to the campground is through a narrow one lane tunnel under I-25 from the south and if you are going north on I-25 when you leave, you will have to go through the tunnel. We watched a very long motorhome with a toad get through, just barely. The campground is next to I-25 and some may find the noise from that and a nearby railroad too loud. Interior roads are tight and bushes and trees need trimming. I guessed the rate since my wife paid it and she's not here now. KOA's usually are pricey.
Pueblo is not graced with much in the way of campgrounds, but next time we will look elsewhere. We have been to many KOA's and we notice many of them are getting old and tired, but this one is the worst KOA ever. - AirstreamGene
Aug 2016 - $46.00
This park is several miles North of Pueblo on the mesa amidst arroyos and sage brush. The sites are dirt but level and the office has a nice little store with scooped ice cream and available pizza. - Shadowberr
Aug 2016 - $36.00
First I will start with the positives. Excellent access if you are southbound on I-25, great friendly outgoing staff, easy to find, clean restrooms, and good little store. They make and will deliver to your site Hunt Brothers Pizza and chicken nuggets; they also have a small ice cream parlor in the store. They have a large gravel well fenced dog run, a jumping pillow, and a nice nature trail. I like the people a lot that own the place and think they are great friendly folks.
Now the negatives. The stairs, ramps, and rails to the office are dry rotted and need to be replaced. The rails are lose enough to be a major safety hazard especially for a person with disabilities like my mother. The road are gravel and some are very rutted, the roads are narrow and can be hard to maneuver with a big rig. There are some limbs that hang down in the way of your rig. My site was level side to side and somewhat front to back. The site was narrow and my slides were right up against 2 trees (1 more inch and the slide would have been against the trunk of one. The sewer and water where in the correct place; however, the 30 amp power was at the very front of my truck making it cord unable to reach it. Luckily, the park owner loaned me a 30' extension allowing me to hook up to power. Be warned if you are coming north bound with a big rig to follow the parks instructions on how to get there. The park is on the west side of I-25. The bridge running under I-25 that you have to cross under is very narrow and only 13'3" tall. The bridge was to low for my 5th wheel. - Msubulldawgnwaco
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Very nice park in town and only 3 miles from major shopping areas and only 2 miles for medical care facilities. Food and gas stops are less than a mile away and very easy access to the freeway. The facilities were very clean and the laundry room was very convenient. A lot of shaded and pull through spaces. The owner is very friendly and helpful with any type of information needed about the city. - Frank48
Aug 2015 - $32.00
This campground is not for everyone. If you are looking for a vacation spot or a campground that has lots of amenities or has ambiance then this is not the park for you. There are no picnic tables nor fire pits.
This is basically a mobile home with some sites available to transient RVer's. The campground is safe and clean. The residents were friendly and their sites are kept very tidy.
The interior road is on asphalt with lots of pot holes and large speed bumps. The pot holes are enough to make you slow down. The sites are on packed gravel. Some of electrical pedestals were shared between two sites. Some were on the correct side, others were not. All sites had FHU. The electrical voltage was strong - hovering around 122 volts.
Wi-Fi was available and was very usable. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good. The bathroom and showers were very clean and require an access code for entry. There was also (4) washers @ $2 per load and (4) dryers @ $1.50 for 45 minutes.
This campground was in a good location to visit Pueblo. It was very quiet at night. We would come back to this campground if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs
Sep 2014 - $30.00
Right off the highway, this is a city RV park with mostly full timers. It is a little tired but we stayed over night so was fine with us. Friendly owner, narrow spaces. Might be difficult for the larger rigs to get around. WiFi didn't work for us. - alm
Oct 2015 - $25.00
We made a reservation and were told they would save it for us even though we were coming in after dark. Were told to call and would get checked in. Did that, then the lady says she will lead us to our spot. That sounds good right? WRONG...she took us out and around the horse pens and put us between two trailer trash spots, weeds in our spot, next to the arena for the night. The horses neighed into the night. One neighbor started his pallet project with chainsaw early in the morning. No Internet, after being told yes they had Internet. The signal doesn't reach the horse pasture! Upon leaving we inquired why no Internet and why were we put out in the horse pasture. He said they were full up and sorry about the Internet. There did seem to be several places that were not filled. Maybe they left at the crack of dawn! I would never ever recommend this place. - Emtnest
Jun 2015 - $18.00
We did not use any of the common facilities. We were only here for one night and it was adequate for one nights stay. The only real negative for us was the pad did not have enough gravel so when it rained that night it was very muddy. Dirt roads made things dusty. Although there appeared to be a lot of permanent renters they were friendly and very helpful when we had an issue with the trailer. I would stay here again. - Bichon 2
Aug 2014 - $25.00
I need to say this: We did not stay here for this reason. We called three days in a row. The young lady that answered could not tell us if they had a site available, when they would have a site, or if they would ever have a site. All she could do was state "We will call you if a site opens up"! We finally drove to the park only to discover that this is not a RV park! It is a long term haven for RVs that are in very poor condition. - tomlandis54
Oct 2016 - $17.00
Great park not to far from I-25. Passport America and Escapees discount offered. 2 Days max on either. Friendly staff, clean campground and great wifi. Water does have a high mineral, but so do many southern properties with well water. Large dog park, and dog run around the campground. Great sunset views from the park, clean bathrooms, small pool, and a laundry room stocked with books and dvds. Not much shade yet, the owners have planted many trees. - SprintingAcrossAmerica
Oct 2016 - $13.00
Stayed here overnight - great little park - all pullthroughs. Friendly staff, spotless restrooms, big dog run. Would stay here again for sure! - Roger Bloom
Sep 2016 - $37.00
This park is conveniently located off Colorado 50 and perfect for an overnight stop. The service from the owners of the park was excellent. We booked a full hookup site but ended up only hooking up to electric due to the high mineral content of the well water. There are very limited mature trees however there are many small seedlings planted. The dog yard is exceptionally large and was the high point of the park as both of our dogs needed room to roam. The shower facilities were clean and no charge but definitely older. There was a nice pool and somewhat older playground available as well. The park Wi-Fi work well and we had excellent coverage with Verizon. We were able to pick up over 30 channels on antenna. We would use this park again for an overnight stay. - bbmidwife
Aug 2015 - $26.00
Called him at the last minute and he confirmed a space. He led us on 3 wheeler to a spot since there is no map and no numbered spaces. Cranked up antenna to get stations at Pueblo and Colorado Springs. Super nice guy.
There were many trees and routes around them and it was pretty quiet. Restrooms/showers and laundry room were great. Full hookups were super easy. No pool but good views of the area (and prairie dogs). Coyote sang one night. Highway nearby not nearly as noisy as other parks. Park had signs on the highway and was easy to find. - John M_Wichita
Mar 2012 - $20.00
Very quiet with friendly staff. Secure site with locked gate and onsite camp host. You do need to have a generator because there is no electric hookup. All in all a very nice stay. - 2yoopers
Oct 2016 - $49.00
If your idea of camping in Colorado is a wooded mountain setting - then this is the place for you. It is located about 30 minutes South of Colorado Springs on Hwy 115. It is easy access to all of the attractions in the Colorado Springs area. It is also about 30 minutes to the Royal Gorge Tourist train. Most of the sites are terraced and level to accommodate the various elevation changes in the park. Generally all the sites are large and well spaced with some shade at most. The Wi-Fi is great. The water is good and the cable TV has over 20 channels. Some are very clear while others - not so much. Cell phone service is very "iffy" at the park, but fine once you get out to the highway. They can easily accommodate big rigs. We would stay here again. The only downside is they are a little pricey at $49 per night. Passport America is the only discount they offer - for a maximum 3 nights.
As a side note - you can expect to see deer and wild turkeys roaming free thru out the park. - rv time
Sep 2016 - $49.00
We stayed here for three nights and it is a lovely campground. A bit in the middle of no where; 20 minutes from anything other than one restaurant. The site was level and very spacious. We would return if we had a Verizon signal there. We work from our coach, and our personal hotspot was slower than tar. - lpsmith
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Great park, level sites, plenty of trees, deer wandering the property morning and evening. Wifi weak for the most part and we had no cell service in the park, which kept me from giving a 10. Campground sign coming from south can hardly be seen until right on it. I missed it and had to do a turnaround a couple miles down the road. - OSUTRIKERS