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HISTORIC DOWNTOWN PUEBLO
Get a piece of Pueblo history and culture while shopping the downtown district. Revitalized and striving to also be an entertainment district, downtown Pueblo consists of dozens of locally owned businesses, major retailers and boutiques. The downtown shopping district is also home to many antique and vintage shops.

UNION AVENUE HISTORIC DISTRICT
Walk through landscaped streets lined with more than 50 shops, ethnic and American cafes and the Riverwalk in the Union Avenue Historic District in downtown Pueblo. Find the latest fashion, jewelry, gifts and more, and grab coffee or lunch at one of the area’s restaurants.

HISTORIC ARKANSAS RIVERWALK OF PUEBLO
Enjoy a wide variety of activities including excursion, gondola and pedal boat rides, paddleboard and kayaking, patio.

LAKE PUEBLO STATE PARK
Lake Pueblo, rated a fishing “hot spot,” provides over 4,600 surface acres of water, 60 miles of shoreline and almost 10,000 acres of land.

NATURE & WILDLIFE DISCOVERY CENTER – RIVER CAMPUS & RAPTOR CENTER
Visitors can see live raptors such as hawks, owls, falcons and eagles on display. In addition, the center offers programs on natural and cultural history and outdoor recreation. Kayak, tube, canoe or fish and enjoy over 30 miles of trails. Find a unique souvenir at the gift shop.

PUEBLO PARKS
City Park
Ray Aguilera Park
Mineral Palace Park
Lake Minnequa Veterans Memorial Park
Runyon Field Sports Complex

PUEBLO RIVER TRAILS
Immerse yourself in the picturesque landscapes along the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek. With over 30 miles of trails, these paths are ideal for running, walking, and biking. Experience the beauty of nature year-round and bring your furry friends along for an unforgettable adventure.

PUEBLO ZOO
Open all year, 7 days a week. Enjoy a family-friendly stroll along flat shaded paths through exotic and colorful habitats, gardens, and exhibits. Home to more than 500 animals and over 150 species including lions, otters, and penguins! Established in 1934, the zoo and its WPA era architecture are on the National Register of Historic Places.

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