Family Activities at Lake Pueblo State Park

Family Activities

From Tots to Teens

Every Friday
9:30-10:30 am Hands-on environmental experiences for kids ages 4-6 at the Visitor Center.
5-7 pm Fresh fish printing at the North Shore Marina parking lot fish cleaning station.
5-7 pm Teen time at the North Shore parking lot near the restroom
8-9:30 pm Campfire program at the Northern Plains Amphitheater as well as stargazing with Androids and Iphones

Every Saturday
8 am A stroll through the park beginning at the Visitor Center, a tour of the fish hatchery and cool cottonwoods in Rock Canyon with the Arkansas Valley Audubon Society.
4-5 pm Teen time at the Visitor terrace
5-7 pm Fresh fish printing near the South Shore boat ramp.
8-9:30 pm Campfire program on the Visitor Center Lawn

Every Sunday
8 am A stroll through the park beginning at the Visitor Center, a tour of the fish hatchery and cool cottonwoods in Rock Canyon with the Arkansas Valley Audubon Society.
2 pm Rock Canyon Swim Beach: A ranger presentation about bears, hiking, biking or water animals


 

Summer is here and that means SWIMMING!

Rock Canyon Beach has a sandy beach, grassy areas, picnic tables with grills, volleyball courts, restrooms/showers and vending machines.  You can bring the whole family out for the day of swimming and picnicking fun.

The beach is open Thursday through Monday, 11 am to 6 pm.  Entrance is free to the beach, but a park pass is required on every vehicle that enters the park.

New this year:  Paddleboards and kayaks are permitted on the backside of the swimming area.  Carry in your own, or rent one from the Laketime Rentals (set up on the beach).

Please remember:  Leave your furry friend at home when planning a trip to the beach.  Dogs are not allowed in the beach compound.  For your bare feet’s safety:  glass is also not permitted in the beach

Admission to the swimbeach is free, but a valid parks pass is required on every vehicle entering the park.

Lake Pueblo State Park
Lake Pueblo
81007 Pueblo

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