We are just 4 miles SE of downtown and outside the city limits. There is a nice view of Pikes Peak which is about 50 miles to the NW.
Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum is the favorite attraction for me but I volunteer there. If you like military aircraft, vehicles and aviation history you will like the air museum. See pwam.org
Often there are no open fires allowed locally due to dry conditions.
Paved asphalt to boondock space and level grass easement.
Access from highway to the residential street has a dip which might drag certain lower clearance trailers unless taken at an angle. The 4 lane Highway is usually not very busy and the residential street is a bit narrower than typical (16') so occasional oncoming vehicles could be a little challenge.
There are a couple of trees along the street with low branches to avoid on the way out for rigs over 8 feet in height. You can easily steer around them.
There are a couple of options. Next to your rig on the grass or a gravel section nearby. Gravel parking is 62 feet x 15 feet so you could park there with the complete rig. Backing in recommended on the gravel parking. It is not a pull-thru.
If electric is required we have a 30 Amp RV plus 20 Amp household receptacles at the parking space.
We are usually in Pueblo so you will likely find us available. Some years we travel so check our listing for blocked out dates.
Local attractions are listed at: https://visitpueblo.org/
A very quite spot overlooking pasture and alphalpha fields towards Pikes Peak. 30am hook up and water if needed. The owners are great folks and very accommodating. We also discovered Pueblo, Colorado. We have driven by on I-25 many times but never pulled into the town before. A great downtown with lots of shops and restaurants and a very nice riverwalk on the Arkansas river that runs through town. We told each other we will be back a spend a day or two next time.
Staying at hosts who stayed with us. Great stay. Hosts are so friendly and accommodating. See you back at our spot next time.
What a great spot to spend the night! The hosts were friendly as friendly can be. Why we even managed to make a video of Soupy the tortoise for our grandson. Would certainly stay here again.
Friendly host and great place to stop. We appreciated their help and hospitality. Thanks.
Great stay with our host. He pleasantly greeted us on arrival and gave us recommendations for the area. The site was level with a magnificent view of the snow capped Pikes Peak. We would stay here again.
What an awesome place especially to be so close to our route. Very nice people! Wish we had time to stay longer. Had large area that our dog could run some energy off. And we saw deer this morning, in the field. Will definitely come back when we are in the area and invited them to contact us if in Texas. We would love to show them around.
Absolutely wonderful hosts. Spent quite some time visiting & getting first hand knowledge about the area. Very pleasant couple who we hope to meet again some day. Be sure to dedicate a couple of hours for the air museum, it is close, interesting, and cheap. Worth supporting.
We can't say enough about how much we have enjoyed our stay here in pueblo co. Beautiful surroundings with excellent hosts.
Our hosts could not have been more gracious. Great location with a great view. There was plenty of room to maneuver my 30 foot trailer . Very nice gardens and A very interesting pet
We have a great time staying at Pueblo Pikes Peak View. The hosts are very friendly, we have a nice long conversation, we wish we could have stay longer. Will definitely comeback!!! Thanks for allowing us to stay!!!
Had a great conversation with the interesting, charming hosts.
Their camp spot was very nice straight, flat space.
I would definitely request another stay with them.