This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Pueblo, CO
Max Rig Size
< 35 (ft)
Same Day Requests
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 cannot accommodate large diesel pusher motor homes. I do ask that you let me know your ETA. Suggested Local Attractions:Bishop's Castle, Pueblo Lake State Park
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Offleash Area for Pets
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.
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.
Hosted By rideorfloat
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
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
4 months ago
Host is great, was very helpful pointing out things to do and see. Location is great for quiet and star watching, plus touring around Pueblo area.
5 months ago
Hands down this is one of my favorites. If you enjoy peaceful solitude with nature all around, this is a great spot!
6 months ago
what a great place to stay for a quiet place in the middle of the prarie. tain overnight but no problem with the roads or field. very peaceful night host was very welcoming
6 months ago
The only thing to not love is the dirt road to get there, and even that was pretty easy. We just took our time and went slow with our 35 ft travel trailer. Came in a few hours earlier than we anticipated to avoid a rain storm. Rob's house number is on the post at the end of the dirt road, as it turns to his gravel driveway. We parked in the pasture downhill from his pole barn. Incredible peace.
8 months ago
Access is down some backroads, nothing impassable or crazy. The property was easy to find even in the dark. Host was very friendly, communicative, and helped guide us in. The place is a large cattle pasture with wide open, beautiful views and plenty of privacy. Great views of the rockies, and we enjoyed being greeted by some curious cows with their playful babies while we had our morning coffee. We were even blessed with a herd of antelope passing through right behind our rv! Such an amazing experience and we will definitely be back if passing through again!