Pueblo Koa

Pueblo West, Colorado

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Everyone is welcome! This KOA is centrally located to Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods, Royal Gorge, San Isabel National Forest, Bishop Castle and downtown Pueblo. Enjoy the friendly family atmosphere, level Pull-Thru RV Sites, sparkling restrooms, 24/7 laundry room and free Wi-Fi/cable. Relax in the adults-only hot tub, take a stroll along the nature trail or rent a fire pit and sit under the stars-the night sky is spectacular. During the summer, order from the Kactus Kitchen and have pizza and wings delivered to your site. Enjoy the Jumping Pillow, pedal karts, heated pool and playgrounds. Private RV Sites include a fenced area with a gas grill, patio with fire pit, picnic table and sunshade. The 8,000-square-foot fenced dog park lets your dog run. This is a great base camp for exploring Pueblo, the Front Range and more. Pool: May 12 - September 16. Max pull thru: 97 feet. Your hosts: Carolyn & Mike Stowe.

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