302 N. Sante Fe Ave, Pueblo, CO 81003
Surf! Bike Golf! Ride!
the finest luxury accommodations and unrivaled personal service, a top choice amongst Pueblo, CO hotels
|Elmwood Golf Course|
(719) 561-4946 - Rated one of the best conditioned city-owned golf courses in the state of Colorado, come check out this full-service golf course right in the heart of Pueblo.
Holiday Inn - Pueblo
4001 N. Elizabeth
Largest indoor pool in Pueblo, Hot tub and fitness center, hi-speed internet access, full service restaurant and OMalley's Irish Sports pub.
|Hollydot Golf Course|
Golf under the shadows of the Greenhorn Mountains on this lovely course. Choose from 27 holes of golf and try the 18-hole course or the nine-hole course.
Conveniently located near shopping, dining and several area golf courses. Golf packages available.
Experience the flavor of Pueblo! The same flavorful and gratifying qualities of our famous “Pueblo” Chile Peppers can be found throughout our outstanding, historical, cultural, educational and recreational attractions. Expect friendly faces as you sample a bounty of great food, unique shopping and Pueblo’s fine arts, theater and museums.
Recreation abounds with fishing, boating, rafting, hiking, or a day at the nationally ranked Walking Stick Golf Course.
Find out for yourself why this flavorful southwest city was named one of the nations 4 "most livable cities" by Partners for Livable Communities, a Washington D.C. non-profit organization.
Perhaps one of the state's most faithful chronicles of life in this area is the Colorado Historical Society's El Pueblo History Museum. Located on the actual site of the El Pueblo trading post built in 1842, the museum is now in the heart of downtown Pueblo.
Take a stroll in the Union Avenue Historic District along a mile of painstakingly restored buildings. Shop the outdoor exhibits of southwestern art and pottery. And, be sure to walk through the grand old Pueblo Union Depot with its mosaic tile flooring, polished wood wainscoting and stunning, stained glass windows.
History aside, the people of Pueblo spend the summer outdoors. And the fall, winter and spring! The mild climate of southern Colorado means bicycles and golf clubs stand at the ready year-round...
The 35-mile river trail system is a paved ribbon that stretches from Colorado State University - Pueblo on the city's north-eastern fringe clear down to Lake Pueblo to the west, where surreal limestone cliffs rim the 60 mile shoreline of the reservoir. Meanwhile, back on the paved trail, bicyclists, in-line skaters, joggers and power-walkers populate this recreational roadway.
New along the Arkansas River is Pueblo's urban kayak course. Located between the 4th Street Bridge, and Union Bridge at Corona Street in Downtown Pueblo, the course features seven fun and challenging holes, with easy access and parking at either end.
Pueblo has a very mild climate with moderate temperatures throughout its four seasons. The average daily high is 68 degrees F with an average daily low of 37 degrees F.
The Greenway & Nature Center of Pueblo
A non-profit education, conservation & recreational facility in partnership with
the Colorado State University – Pueblo. The Raptor Center is a rehabilitation hospital for injured hawks, owls & eagles. There are also educational programs & exhibits, playground, volleyball & horseshoe courts. 719.549.2414
Union Avenue Historic District
One of the most historic miles in Colorado, the Union Avenue Historic District offers unique shopping and dining opportunities all within walking distance of
the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk. 719.542.1704
Lake Pueblo State Park
The Park is one of Colorado’s most popular water sports areas. Fishing, boating and swimming are in great abundance. Mountain biking trails for all levels of expertise are also very popular along the cliffs that line the shore of the
The friendly atmosphere of the Pueblo Zoo makes it one of the area’s favorite attractions. Located in City Park, it exhibits over 350 animals of 122 species, including several endangered. A great family outing, kids can also enjoy
twenty-five cent carnival rides all summer long. 719.561.1452
See a full list of Things to do in Colorado
See the Royal Gorge Colorado Vacation Guide
See the Estes Park Colorado Vacation Guide
See the Fort Collins Colorado Vacation Guide
See the The Guide to Colorado Rafting
See the Colorado Camping Guide
See the Durango Silverton Colorado Train GuideSee the Leadville Colorado Guide
Tanner Gun Show - Pueblo, Jan 19 - Jan 20, Apr 6 - Apr 7, Nov 16 - Nov 17, CO State Fairgrounds, Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm, Sunday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Flavor of Pueblo Food & Wine Show March 14, 2013
The 8th Annual "Flavor of Pueblo Food & Wine Show" benefits United Way of Pueblo County. Come enjoy this great opportunity to sample a wide variety of flavors from restaurants, beverage distributors and wine purveyors that will be showcasing their cuisines, drinks, wines and spirits! All ages are welcome! Patrons 21+ must have valid photo ID. For more information, contact United Way at 583-4455.
2013 Home & Garden Show Kick Off Night, March 8-10, Colorado State Fairgrounds
75th Annual March for Babies Walk, April 27, Gateway Park at the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo
Pueblo Home of Heroes Golf Tournament, May 10, Pueblo Country Club Golf Course
Wild Wild West Festival May 17-19, 2013
Friday hours, 7am-11:45pm. The Wild Wild West Festival will return to Pueblo. Events are scheduled to take place at the Colorado State Fair Grounds and the Union Avenue Historic District. Festival goers can expect concerts, carnival rides, street vendors, team roping, the wildly popular duck race and much more! The PBR Built Ford Tough Bull Riding event will be at the Colorado State Fair Events Center. 800-233-3446, www.wildwildwestfestival.com
NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships, May 23, Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl
23rd Bluegrass at the Fair May 31, 2013 - June 2, 2013, Pueblo County Fair Grounds
Arts, crafts, food and the best in bluegrass entertainment!, (Formerly Blues grass on the River)
Pueblo Biker Bash June 1-2, 2013
Vendors, food, beer, burn-out pit, tattoo contest, ride-in bike show and more. Held on the grounds of the Steelworks Museum For more info, visit www.pueblobikerbash.com
13th Annual Boats, Bands & BBQ Presented by Loaf 'N Jug, June 7-8, Event off Main St. & Alan Hamel Ave. With great food, live music and a festival-type atmosphere, this is one experience your family is sure to enjoy. There is an ice cream eating and wing eating contest and a Backyard BBQ cook-off competition for the Pueblo citizens. The highlight of the event is a full fledged Kansas City BBQ Society sanctioned cook-off competition that is sure to please the seasoned BBQ connoisseur and first time taste tester alike!
NSRA Rocky Mountain Street Rod Nationals plus, June 21-23, Colorado State Fairgrounds
National Little Britches Rodeo Finals July 21-27, 2013 Colorado State Fair, August 23 - September 2, Colorado State Fairgrounds.Fair Hours - 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Indoor vendors - 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Outdoor Vendors - 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
The National Little Britches Rodeo Finals will be held at the Colorado State Fair Grounds. .
Loaf 'N Jug Chile & Frijoles Festival, September 20 - 22, Downtown Pueblo along Union Avenue. The Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce created the festival as a fun fall event designed to promote the area's agriculture, especially its home-grown chilies. The event takes place in downtown Pueblo on the Historic Union Avenue between 1st Street and "B" Street. Festival hours are Friday, 3pm-11pm; Saturday, 10am-11pm and Sunday, 10am-6pm. The festival is $2 per person, children under 12 are free. This festival has grown to more than 100,000 attendees over the three days of activities and family fun! The Festival attracts visitors from all over the state as well as some of our neighboring states.
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