Attractions August 10, 2021
The Best Kayaking Lake In Colorado Is One You May Never Have Heard Of
Do you enjoy water sports but prefer to do them in slow and steady water vs. quick rapids (a la rivers)? If so, you do have options that are just as beautiful and – dare we say – exciting as the alternative, including kayaking in Colorado’s very own Lake Pueblo State Park:
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Located in - you guessed it! - Pueblo, Lake Pueblo State Park is THE place to be for watersports of every kind, thanks, in part, to its 4,600 surface acres of water and 60 miles of shoreline.
While you cannot go wrong with fishing, sailing, boating, or swimming, our favorite Lake Pueblo activity has to be kayaking, thanks to its slow-moving water and varying depths.
Don't own a kayak? No problem, as Lake Pueblo State Park also offers kayak (plus paddleboard) rentals via the on-site Laketime Rentals!
Need we mention that the landscape surrounding Lake Pueblo is also pretty stunning?
To make your adventure even more memorable, plan to spend a few days at Lake Pueblo State Park, where you can not only kayak but also camp, hike, bike, picnic, and enjoy all of the other available water sports.
Admission to Lake Pueblo State Park is $10 per vehicle per day, with an additional fee for camping.
To learn more about Lake Pueblo State Park, please visit Colorado Parks & Wildlife's
Lake Pueblo State Park is open 24/7, 365 days a year.
Please note: Between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., visitors of the Park must be actively engaged in camping.
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here! Are you looking for faster moving waters? Then you will want to check out these 4 Lazy River Tubing Trips In Colorado To Start Planning Right Now. Address: Lake Pueblo State Park, 640 Pueblo Reservoir Road, Pueblo, CO 81005, USA