Pueblo, CO is Pet-Friendly

By Spencer Mohead on April 29, 2011 at 11:33 am EST

Though the natural splendor of Pueblo may be lost on its pets, the abundance of pet amenities won't be. Dogs will love playing in City Bark at City Park, a fenced, leashless park with doggy water fountains and picnic tables for two-legged guests.The 2 1/2-acre park is located within City Park, North of its Elmwood Golf Course and the Pueblo Zoo.

Adventurous owners and leashed pets who feel like "ruffing" it can explore the walking trails and campgrounds of Pike and San Isabel National Forests and the ever-popular Lake Pueblo State Park.

Read about more outdoor activities in Pueblo, CO.

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