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Pueblo South

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Pueblo, CO

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Hosted By

rideorfloat

  • Max Rig Size

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    < 35 (ft)

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    1

  • Max Nights Per Stay

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    2

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    Yes

Its 40 acres about 5 miles south of Pueblo, Co. The nearest tree is a mile away. This is wide open prairie. If you have a dog be aware that there are cactus plants on this property. I can no longer accommodate large diesel pusher motor homes. Suggested Local Attractions:Bishop's Castle, Pueblo Lake State Park

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Campfire Ring Provided

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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Generators Allowed

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Slideouts Allowed

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Offleash Area for Pets

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House Rules

Be respectful, that's about it. Cranking up a very loud generator is not being respectful. If you intend on running a loud generator that can be heard from 1/4 mile please do not make a stay request.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: This property is about 6 miles off the interstate. The first 2 miles are paved. The next 4.5 miles are hard packed rock and dirt. Its a good road except during or just after a heavy rain or snow. The last 1.5 miles can be dusty. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Its wide open. Its up to you where you park. Feel free to drive on the vegetation (what little there is) to get to your parking spot.

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Grass

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Hosted By rideorfloat

Age:

55-65

A full time RVer, spending time in Colorado and Arizona Details: I'm a retired guy who likes to help people enjoy life. Home Town: Pueblo, Co

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References for this location from other RVers

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    bhtke965

    1 month ago

    Rob was such a great guy, friendly to talk with and great communications. I'd encourage anyone staying here to take a moment and pull up a map and sat image after you've received Rob's directions. I had no problem finding his place. I did follow his directions to approach from the south, not the gps route through town. If you have a heavy rig or are traction challenged, I'd check road conditions with the host and defer to his suggestion. In my experience, hard pack is no problem when dry but some roads might get sloppy in wet weather. If expansive horizons and high desert prarie speak to your soul, this place makes for a perfect stopover point on your travels.

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    TheTravelingTech

    2 months ago

    This property has gorgeous views, wide open with beautiful views of the rockies. Host was very nice, responsive, and accommodating. His directions were super clear and access was a breeze. It was nice and quiet and we slept like rocks. To our delight we were greeted by curious cows in the morning. It was adorable watching the young cows prancing around. When they moved on we watched as a small pronghorn herd passed by! We saw another on our way out too. What a treat. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful land with us for a night. We would have loved to stay longer if we didn't have somewhere to be!

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    LivingintheCountry

    3 months ago

    This was one of the most relaxing stays we have had. Out in the country with no noise. We had antelope around us all evening and a town of prairie dogs to watch. The next morning the antelope walked within 50 feet of our camper right at a beautiful sunrise. We had a short talk with the host upon arrival and when we left. He told us of a route through the mountains to our next destination that was a beautiful drive. We will stay here again if we are in the area again.

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    berjud

    1 year ago

    6 miles off the interstate in a cow pasture. Beautiful view of the mountains and Pikes Peak off in the distance. Out host told us about Bishop's Castle. Well worth the drive to see. Our host also warned us to get on the road if it was going to rain because the pasture would get very muddy. Great experience all the way around

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    joplinvet

    1 year ago

    rideorfloat is a great host who generously shares his beautiful, rugged piece of Colorado. The quiet and the amazing vistas brought peaceful rest. Thanks again!

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