Lake Pueblo State Park Management Plans


After years of inventories, assessments and analysis, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) staff has built this plan as a guide to create and manage a sustainable designated trail system which respects the park’s natural and cultural resources.
Lake Pueblo State Park is made up of federal and state property. The natural surface trails in the park have developed over the years from undesignated social trails. All trails created on federal property are required by law to be approved through environmental assessments and the natural surface trails at Lake Pueblo did not go through this planning process. ​
Note: this plan gives the recommendations that will be used for the Environmental Assessment (EA) that will be conducted by the Bureau of Reclamation (below).

State-Owned Lands at Lake Pueblo Supplemental Plan

The Lake Pueblo State Park supplemental park management plan provides management guidelines for the state-owned properties in the park. These lands include the Honor Farm property, State Land Board parcel and the Chain of Lakes complex.
Current Status: 

  • ​The public input process has been completed and the plan has been finalized.
  • A digital copy of the plan will be linked to this page as soon as it has been adopted by CPW.

Feedback deadline: All comments (including mail) must be received by 4/29/19

  • By email– send comments to Puebl​​
  • By mail– comments submitted by mail
  • At the open house–  Drop your comments off at the trail draft plan open house:
    Park Visitor Center Auditorium
    Monday, April 29, 2019
    5:00 pm to 7:00pm

All feedback submitted correctly will become part of the plan’s public record.​​
NOTE: all public comments must be written.
There’s an open house on April 29 at the Lake Pueblo visitors center.

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