Lake Pueblo State Park RV & Campground Guide


The Lake Pueblo State Park is one of Colorado's premier fishing state parks, touting over 4,600 acres of water along with 10,000 acres of land. The nearest city of Pueblo is a short 20-minute drive away. Colorado Springs is only about an hour away via I-25 N or CO-115 N. If you come during the winter months, be prepared for frigid chills with low temperatures in the teens and highs of only 50 degrees on average, but the spring, summer and fall months warm up considerably, averaging about 70 to 90 degrees from May through October.

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Spring 29-77 F
Summer 56-93 F
Fall 27-82 F
Winter 18-50 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Lake Pueblo State Park

If you're looking for a fun and convenient way to experience all that Lake Pueblo State Park has to offer, consider traveling via RV. RVing provides you the comforts of home on the road while still allowing you to get up close and personal with nature. 

Haggard's RV Campground

Haggard's RV Campground is a centrally located RV campground with tons of attractions nearby including Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Canon City, Cripple Creek, San Isabel National Forest, Bishop's Castle and more. The campground offers clean and comfortable facilities starting at $37 per night, but there are no weekly rates or monthly sites. An additional $20 will be charged as a cleaning fee for any stays over two nights to ensure every site is kept up to cleanliness standards. This RV park does have full hookups and pull-thru sites, but the owners recommend you bring your own drinking water as the hookups are on highly mineralized well water. Weather permitting, there is a pool available from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Pueblo KOA Journey

This KOA campground has all the amenities you need for a comfortable trip, including 24/7 laundry, free Wi-Fi and cable, and an adults-only hot tub. There is a kitchen on-site that will deliver pizza and hot wings directly to your campsite. Or, if you prefer to grill yourself, there are private RV sites with a fenced area, gas grill, patio, fire pit, picnic table, and shade all for your party. There's even an 8,000-square-foot, fully fenced dog park in case Fido needs to run. The basic sites for big rigs feature full hook-up, pull-thru sites starting at $55 per night.

Pueblo West Campground and Arena

Pueblo West Campground and Arena offers every kind of camping experience you could ask for from RV to the cabin to the tents. It's open year-round with laundry rooms and shower-equipped restrooms. In addition, the fully paved access road welcomes pets, motorcycles, and even horses if you want. Pueblo West Campground and Arena is only eight miles from Pueblo Lake, and the affordable full RV hook-up site rates include nightly stays for $30, weekly stays for $150, and monthly stays for $315 plus electricity with a $200 deposit.

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What to Do at
Lake Pueblo State Park

Inside Lake Pueblo State Park

Lake Pueblo State Park offers water recreation galore, including sailing, boating, water skiing, river tubing and fishing from the full-service marinas and boat ramps. But water recreation isn't the only way to experience the state park at Lake Pueblo. Miles of trails offer hiking, biking, picnicking and exploration with the gorgeous views of the famous Pike's Peak to your north and the Greenhorn and Wet mountain ranges to the southwest. Plan your trip early; it's common for this state park to reach capacity during the peak of the summer.

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How to Get to
Lake Pueblo State Park

If you're coming from the north, you have two choices for getting to Lake Pueblo. Take I-25 to Pueblo and turn west on U.S. Hwy 50 Exit 101. Drive four miles to Pueblo Blvd. Turn south and go four miles to Thatcher Blvd. Hwy 96. Turn west and go four miles to the south park entrances.

Alternatively, take I-25 to Pueblo. Turn west on U.S. Hwy 50 Exit 101. Drive seven miles to McCulloch Blvd. Then, turn south and go four miles to Nichols Rd. Turn south and drive one mile to the north park entrance.

From the south, you should take I-25 to Pueblo. Turn west on Pueblo Blvd Exit 94. Drive five miles to Thatcher Blvd.; the road will turn south after two miles. Turn west and continue four miles to the park.

Entering Lake Pueblo State Park

Lake Pueblo State Park's Visitor Center is open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Lake Pueblo State Park Daily Vehicle Pass : $9.0

Lake Pueblo State Park Annual Pass : $80.0

Lake Pueblo State Park Aspen Leaf Annual Pass for visitors aged 64+ : $70.0

Lake Pueblo State Park is one of the most popular state parks in Colorado. All of the state is known for its immense beauty and diversity in natural landscapes, and you'll see the highlights from the comfort of your RV. If you want to experience an unforgettable RV trip complete with water recreation of every kind, you have to visit Lake Pueblo State Park. If you remember to snap a few pictures while you're having the time of your life, share your photos by tagging RVshare on social media. Be sure to share your tips with other RV travelers by sending your photos and experiences to [email protected]. We may even include your tips in a future blog post about Lake Pueblo State Park.

Frequently Asked Questions About Lake Pueblo State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Lake Pueblo State Park?

Lake Pueblo State Park offers a variety of activities year-round. However, each season has its unique charms. Spring offers mild temperatures and beautiful wildflower blooms. Summer is perfect for swimming and kayaking on the lake.

What is the climate of Lake Pueblo State Park?

The climate in the park is semi-arid, with hot summers and cool winters. The average annual summer temperature is around 85°F, while the average low temperature in winter is 19°F. Precipitation is relatively low, averaging about 12 inches per year.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Lake Pueblo State Park?

From snakes and lizards to birds and mammals, the park is teeming with life. Some of the most frequently seen animals include deer, elk, bighorn sheep, coyotes, and bobcats.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Lake Pueblo State Park?

Lake Pueblo State Park has several campsites that accommodate RVs. Each site is spacious and has a fire ring, electrical hookups, and picnic tables. You'll find a dump station at the exit.

Are pets allowed at Lake Pueblo State Park?

Pets are allowed at Lake Pueblo State Park, with some restrictions. Dogs must be leashed and can't be unattended. Owners should clean up after their pets. A dump station is available for disposing of pet waste.