Pages Navigation Menu

Campground Reviews | RV Park Reviews | Camping Directory


Pueblo State Park and Campground – Pueblo, CO

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (4 votes, average: 2.50 out of 5)

We broke down and had to stay at Pueblo State Park in Pueblo, Colorado for four days. It cost $20 a night with no sewage and water hydrants were about 200 feet away from the sites. The park host rode around the campground and would not even give us a ride to the Marina 600 yards away to get ice.

We got our truck back 3 days later (fixed) and went to leave the park to get some groceries in town and they demanded I buy a pass to get back in for $6 even though I already paid my $20 to camp. They called it a daily usage fee.

Will never stay in a Colorado State Park again. We’re leaving for Wyoming in the morning to a full hookup 50amp park for the grand sum of $15 a day. Oh yeah, they also charge for showers. I’m retired but not a patsy.

One Comment

  1. I wish I could of saved you all that trouble. We stayed at the Pueblo KOA right off of I-25 mile marker 108 I called to make a resevation the owner went 100% out of her way to find me the best deal. We stayed there 16 days. Very clean, They even have on site pizza, wings they cook right there. Saturday they have a breakfast you can buy for $5.00. They even have a ice cream social. They have a little store, nice laundry room with 5 washers and dryers. 30 amp;50 amps etc,etc,

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *