Considered a colorful gateway to the Southwest, Pueblo, Colorado, is a diverse, multicultural city known for having an inviting, hometown feel. What began as a fort on the banks of the Arkansas River back in 1842, has since blossomed quite nicely into a vibrant place known for craft beers, a thriving arts scene and perhaps, most of all, its famous Mirasol chile pepper. Travelers immediately learn that there is definitely no shortage of things to do here, whether it’s fishing, eating delicious Mexican food or checking out the many festivals such as the lively Chile & Frijoles Festival that takes place on the third weekend after Labor Day each year. For those who prefer to get out in nature, no problem, there is ample opportunity to be outside with 70 miles of trail, family-friendly parks and eclectic areas such as the Union Avenue Historic District and all its shops, galleries and museums to explore.
Plenty of people-watching, places to eat and other pleasant surprises await at the Pueblo Historic Arkansas Riverwalk. Spanning 32 acres, the waterfront plaza development offers up gondola rides, scenic trails, shopping and special events as well as live music, food and drink at the Brues Alehouse. A short drive away, Lake Pueblo State Park attracts anglers, boaters and campers, who appreciate spending time in nature. With 60 miles of shoreline and 10,000 acres of land, there’s bound to be picturesque moments. Meanwhile, active types who prefer kayaking and body boarding don’t have to look any further than the White Water River for thrills. Interesting sites to add to the itinerary include El Pueblo History Museum with a a recreated 19th-century adobe traditional trading post and archaeological excavation site and the Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum, where an impressive collection of military, space and civilian aircraft highlight the history of flight.
With 300 days of sunshine and fantastic weather, there really is no bad time to pack the suitcase and head to Pueblo to see what it’s all about. So get to it.
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