Supplemental Plan for State-Owned Lands at Lake Pueblo State Park
Thank you for your interest in the Lake Pueblo State Park Supplemental Park Management plan that covers the state-owned properties in the park. These lands include the Honor Farm property, State Land Board parcel and the Chain of Lakes complex.
The public input process has been completed and the plan is being finalized. A digital copy of the plan will be linked to this page as soon as it has been published.
Resource Management Plan and Environmental Assessment of all Federally Owned Properties
Currently, the Eastern Colorado Area Office of the Bureau of Reclamation is preparing the Lake Pueblo Resource Management Plan (RMP) that covers all the federally owned property that make up most of Lake Pueblo State Park and all of the Lake Pueblo State Wildlife Area. They are also preparing an Environmental Assessment in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act.
If you have questions about the RMP/EA process or timeline, the Bureau can be contacted at:
Eastern Colorado Area Office
11056 W. County Rd 18E
Loveland, CO 80537-9711
Phone (970) 962-4410
Fax (970) 663-3212
Area Manager: Signe Snortland
Documents and Information from 2014 Public Open House on RMP/EA
A Public Open House was held at the Lake Pueblo State Park Visitor's Center in Pueblo, Colo. on January 22, 2014.
Below are all of the exhibits presented at the meeting.
The areas we are addressing are vast and offer great opportunities for many people. In an effort to help organize the comments, we divided the property into seven Management Units.
Management Unit maps and information:
There will be a second Public Open House when a draft plan has been developed, so please continue to check this page or
Reclamation's Pueblo Reservoir and
NEPA pages for more information as it becomes available.
Thank you for taking the time to review this information. We look forward to planning your park's future!