Located about 100 miles south of Denver and less than 50 miles from Colorado Springs, a Colorado vacation in Pueblo means you'll get to experience the best of city life without sacrificing access to the Rocky Mountains. Numerous parks are located within easy driving distance, and the Arkansas River cuts right through downtown and offers rafting, kayaking, and fly fishing.
Not wanting to leave city limits? Pueblo is home to a variety of art galleries and museums for a taste of culture. After a day of exploring, check out one of the many local restaurants highlighting the Pueblo Chile, the region's best known crop. Then check out the burgeoning music scene at bars and cafes around town.
Exploring the region's history is perhaps the best way to experience Pueblo. From historic railroad tours to historic museums and tours to wandering through the Riverwalk and Union Ave historic district, you'll learn about the origins of the city and the history of the region.
Located along Interstate 25, Colorado's major north-south corridor, Pueblo boasts a rich history, numerous urban attractions, and easy access to the Rocky Mountains just to the west. From arts and attractions to shopping and dining to museums, historic landmarks and tours, Pueblo offers a diverse sampling of Colorado culture just a little off the beaten path.