Pueblo KOA

4131 Interstate 25 North

Pueblo, CO 81008

Reserve: 800-562-7453

Info: 719-542-2273

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Campground Amenities

Amenities Overview

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 70' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (5/9 - 9/13)
  • Hot Tub / Sauna
  • Snack Bar ($)
  • Propane ($)
  • Firewood ($)
  • Pavilion
  • Bike Rentals ($)

Unique Amenities

  • 24/7 Laundry Room ($)
  • Adult-Only Hot Tub
  • Basketball
  • Breyer's Scoop Ice Cream
  • Fire Pit Rental ($)
  • Geocaching
  • Group Firepit Area
  • Horseshoes
  • Jumping Pillow ($)
  • Nature Trail
  • Pedal Kart Rentals ($)
  • Playgrounds
  • Shade and No Shade
  • Tetherball

Campground Activities

 

Summer Activities (Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend):

  • Weekend Pancake Breakfasts
  • Saturday Evening Milkshake Social (keep the souvenir cup!)
  • Hunt Brothers Pizza & Chicken Wings available for delivery every night!
  • Breyer's scoop ice cream all the time!

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Our Activities:

  • Come Care and Camp With Us Weekend - May 13 & 14
  • Wild Wild West Festival - 3rd Weekend in May
  • Boats, Bands, & BBQ - 2nd Weekend in June
  • Rocky Mountain National Street Rod Rally - 4th Weekend in June
  • National Little Britches Rodeo Finals - Last Week of July
  • Colorado State Fair - Last Week of August to Labor Day
  • Annual Loaf & Jug Chile & Frijole Festival - 3rd Weekend after Labor Day

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Local Summer Activities:

  • Golf
  • Lake Pueblo State Park
  • Local Pueblo Museums
  • Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo
  • I-25 Speedway (Every Saturday Night) www.I25speedway.com

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Meet Your Hosts

Michael and Carolyn Stowe

"The best part of owning a KOA is meeting new people."

Adjusting to the climate change in Pueblo has been the easy part of becoming KOA campground owners. After living in Vermont and dealing with its winters, Michael and Carolyn Stowe were okay with a warmer climate.

Like many KOA owners, the Stowes were immersed in the corporate world, Michael in manufacturing and Carolyn in office management. "We had longtime careers and we were tired of the grind and the corporate life," Michael said.

Michael said the idea of owning a campground is something "they had talked about since they were married. We did a lot of camping ourselves." As they looked forward to their futures, the couple decided they wanted a change.

"We were both in dead end jobs and thought that if we were going to work until retirement, we were going to work for ourselves," he said. "It seemed like the right time to do it." So in 2004, the couple purchased the Pueblo KOA after a 6-month search. They moved their family with their two young boys across the country for a new life. "The best part of owning a KOA is meeting new people," Michael said. "There is a variety of people, and everybody has a different story."

They have been immersed in learning the trade of campground ownership, but the family plans to get back to camping and skiing.

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