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Current Camping Conditions:
Blessed with mild winters, Lake Pueblo has limited camping opportunities throughout the winter. The areas described below are currently open and reservable:
Arkansas Point’s Loop A: sites 1-27 & 94-95 – NOTE: APC has electrical hook ups and a place to fill up with water. There is no shower or laundry facilities available in the winter, but the flush restroom and dump station are open.
Juniper Breaks Loop D: sites 100-124 – NOTE: JBC is a non-electric campground with vault restroom facilities and water is available.
Eagle View (sites 300-316) in Northern Plains. Eagle View has electrical hook ups and a place to fill up with water. NOTE: no shower, laundry or dump station facilities are available in Eagle View the winter. A vault restroom is open.
Click the reservation link to see availability.
Click here to go to the park's camping page.
Current Park Weather
Your Pet in the Park
Would you let your son lick a prairie dog?
Click here to read an article from the Pueblo West View about dogs at Lake Pueblo.
Dogs are always welcome at Lake Pueblo. The only place they are not allowed is at the Rock Canyon Swim Beach.
For the safety of your dog and for the enjoyment of ALL visitors, it is important to follow a few common-sense rules about dogs in the park:
These are not just great ideas for doggy etiquette; they are the law! Violations can result in a fine.
Thank for you cooperation.
Pueblo ANS Measures
Boaters may fish or moor 24 hours a day. However, they may only launch and load when the boat ramp inspection stations are open.
Summer hours are now in effect. The ramps are open 5 am to 11 pm.
Check the conditions page for more information.
All gas motorized boats, including personal watercraft, must launch and load at the boat ramps.
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