One of the most visited attractions in Pueblo is becoming even more dynamic.
The Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo, or HARP and commonly referred to as the Riverwalk, is undergoing an expansion. Three previous construction phases over the years transformed the downtown attraction into the eye-pleasing destination it has become, and now another phase is underway.
“Construction of the current phase (Riverwalk Phase IV) began in September 2018 at Gateway Plaza and Heritage Plaza, and the first new feature will be a world-class bronze sculpture collection that tells the story of Charles Goodnight and Oliver Loving, entitled The Goodnight-Loving Cattle Drive,” says Lynn Clark, HARP executive director. “The collection will feature life-size longhorn cows, cowboys, horses, a Native American and prairie animals, and bronze plaques will be placed along the sculpture trail to provide historic details.”