Camping at all state parks now requires a reservation.
For more information, see the camping reservations page.
Lake Pueblo has 393 campsites spread throughout three different areas in the park.
Campsite reservations may be made by calling 1-800-244-5613 or by reserving online.
- Lake Pueblo’s campgrounds fill to capacity nearly every weekend between Memorial Day and Labor Day, so advance reservations are suggested.
This change will make it easier for you to plan your trip and access our busy campsites.
- You must have a reservation before you occupy any campsite.
- Reservations can be made the day you plan to arrive at the park or up to six months in advance.
- You can still purchase your campsite at the park office with cash or credit during park office hours. Afterhours, you must reserve by phone or online.
- Self-service camping permits are no longer available and you will not see permits in the site markers.
- See the park Fees page for pricing information.
- All sites consist of a paved parking area, covered picnic table, and fire pit.
- The electrical campgrounds also feature flush toilets, showers, dump stations, and playgrounds.
- There is a commons area in the center of the loops for gatherings.
While we do not officially have "group camping" sites, the Eagle View sites in loops M, N and O are still set up nicely to accommodate groups.
These sites are reserved like all the other sites in the park: individually through the reservation system.
Lake Pueblo's campgrounds are operated for the pleasure and safety of everyone. Please take note of these campground rules.
The maximum stay for camping in any Colorado State Park is 14 days in a 28 day period.
Please DO NOT cut or gather wood on the park. The 200-year-old Juniper trees cannot be replaced in our lifetime.
Buy your firewood at the park entrance stations or bring some with you.
A valid reservation must be purchased before occupying a site.
A valid park pass is required on every vehicle for every day you are camping. This is in addition to the camping fee.
Camping Permits expire at 12:00 noon on the date of expiration.
One camping unit with up to 6 people is allowed per campsite.
A camping unit is defined as the maximum combination of camping equipment allowed in one campsite.
The allowable combinations are: One passenger vehicle and two tents; or one motorized vehicle towing a camping trailer and one tent (if space allows) If space permits, one additional passenger vehicle and/or motorcycle may be parked at a campsite.
Keep all vehicles on pavement at all times.
Quiet time is from 10 pm until 6 am.
Keep all pets on a 6 foot leash and clean up pet waste.
Marijuana consumption is not permitted in the park.
The campgrounds are patrolled for your safety.
See the local attractions page for more.