Standard (Tent/RV)
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Lake Pueblo
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
No Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
No WiFi
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
No 50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 60 ft.
Lake Pueblo is located in Colorado
38.2544 N
-104.732 W
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18 Reviews of Lake Pueblo
A favorite spot

A favorite camping spot for me and my friends. Paid reservations and you need to pay a daily parking fee unless you have a state park pass. Hot in the summer!! Juniper breaks is alright but we really loved the kettle creek campground much better. Just be aware the water pump in kettle creek shoots straight up, which is VERY nice when you’re hot because #pueblo

Hot Happy Campers

Hot, hot, hot and more hot. Okay, now that we’ve gotten that out of the way- the fishing here is great from the shore and a boat. You can spend a day just floating around on a tube, or simply drinking an iced cold tea under a shade structure.

Just know. In the summer-it’s hot!

Nice place

Good place. Hot in summer, but. Ice cool nights and mornings. Signage coming in was lacking. Web site and phone calls said “sold out” but there must have been 25 spots open that we could see. Electric, but no water. Nice showers and bath.

Nice place

Good place. Hot in summer, but. Ice cool nights and mornings. Signage coming in was lacking. Web site and phone calls said “sold out” but there must have been 25 spots open that we could see. Electric, but no water. Nice showers and bath.

Plenty of option

Pueblo Reservoir has plenty of options for day use and also camping. Whether you want to boat, fish, swim, hike, sun tan or just chill with some scenery- you can do it here. It’s nice but sometimes has a foul fish smell depending on where you are in the park. There are facilities around and overall it was a pleasant place to spend weekends!

Sunsets and Starry Skies

We stayed in Yuca Flats, site 459 for 4 days in July. 459 was a large site, kind of out of the way of other campsites but all sites were nicely spread out and open. We had great views of the reservoir and distant mountains. Sunsets were beautiful and the nighttime show of stars spectacular! The picnic shelters, at every site, are a nice protection from the winds and sun. The bathroom/shower rooms are individual and tidy! This is rare and was much appreciated during Covid. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.

Open and windy!

We went early June and ended up having to come back late at night. The wind picked up and was insane. This would have been doable if we were in the trailer, but our tent just about blew away. Access to water was nice. Will try to go back another weekend.

what a fantastic park!

This park has a little bit of everything! 

The campgrounds are nice:) Pretty open area, but nice amount of space per site. Each site has a picnic table, fire pit, and some shade. Sites near the water would be ideal!(unless you have a child- then I would opt for sites more to the inside of the campground area) Some sites are just a 1 minute walk to beautiful water views! Water activities, great hiking, wildlife(LOTS of prairie dogs), wonderful bike trail, boat launch, swimming beach! Cannot say enough good things about Lake Pueblo State Park! Only drawback is it is VERY busy on summer weekends… during the week it's much less crowded. The campground does fill up, so reservations are the best option. 

I cannot wait to go back!

So clean!

We just left campsite 531 at Kettle Creek Loop! Our 3 kids loved playing around the little inlet of water and the playground was not too far! Very clean vault toilets close to that campsite and a bigger bathroom by the playground with showers! It’s a rocky tent pad so bring a footprint and sleeping pads. Shade provided over picnic table blocking the evening sun- it’s pretty sunny in the am but nice! It was HOT while we were there but it cooled off at night. Bring a shade tent! We will Be back!

Nice find.

We pulled in without a reservation, no problem. We were visiting a friend in Pueblo and this place was close by. (Downtown Pueblo has a really nice riverwalk. Found a free museum that honored Medal of Honor recipients.) When you go in to the campground, the visitor center is there. Helpful staff. The RV side of the campground is to the left. That was pretty full. The tent side was to the right further down a paved road to the right. This section was closer to the lake, very few people and quiet. Might have been the time of year. Each site had a fire ring, a shelter and a paved place to park. Easy for us as well to use the dump site in the RV section. We didn't use it but looked like there were some walking/biking trails close by. Seemed reasonable for $25. It was a nice find. Very clean.

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