Its 40 acres about 5 miles south of Pueblo, Co. The nearest tree is a mile away. This is wide open prairie. If you have a dog be aware that there are cactus plants on this property. Please do not start a camp fire if the conditions are dry and or windy.
Be respectful, that's about it. Cranking up a very loud generator is not being respectful. If you intend on running a loud generator please do not make a stay request.
This property is about 6 miles off the interstate. The first 2 miles are paved. The next 4.5 miles are hard packed rock and dirt. Its a good road except during or just after a heavy rain or snow. The last 1.5 miles can be dusty.
There are 40 acres here so its wide open. Its up to you where you park. There is a rock pad behind the barn that is a nice place to park. I may be staying there in the barn so if you park on the pad you may have to put up with me! There is a dim path that goes to the northwest corner of the property. This location has the best views. Feel free to drive on the vegetation to get to your parking spot.
Bishop's Castle, Pueblo Lake State Park
rideorfloat - Thanks for your support during our emergency two week stay at your place (May 4-19, 2020) when we unexpectedly had to come out out altitude due to medical condition of mine and be admitted to hospital for a week. Thanks also for helping Kathy stabilize our trailer in my absence when the tongue shifted off the block of wood. Kathy and I both acknowledged you were a Godsend as we were in dire need of help and you were there!
James and Kathy
Perfect location for visiting Pueblo. Host gave us very clear instructions which led us to the property which has plenty of room and lots of great views.
We arrived as the sun was setting. Rob was waiting at the gate to greet us. He showed us to the gravel rock pad that was level & perfect for our trailer. The 360 degree horizon views were outstanding! We enjoyed a peaceful night under the stars. Thank you to Rob for hosting us!!
We had a great spot out in the open. Plenty of room. Our host was very nice and helped us settle in. We saw a really cool double rainbow while we were there.
Had a very relaxing stay here for a couple of days. The area is pretty isolated and very peaceful. There were antelope roaming about and the bird songs were lovely. Also, had the opportunity to chat with Robert and receive some of his travelling recommendations. He was very hospitable and accommodating. I would definitely recommend staying here if you are in the area or passing through.
Rideorfloat let us stay at his place even though he hadn't planned to host anymore. That, of course, made the stay even better but without it we would still have enjoyed the remote location with the nice view!
We loved staying here. Plenty of open space and beautiful views of the mountains.