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The Pueblo Reservoir Trail is a hard surface trail extending from the west end of the Arkansas River Trail along the north shore of Lake Pueblo. Lake Pueblo State Park is home to a reservoir on the Arkansas River that was built to assist with flood control as well as serve as a water supply and nature conservation area. The lake covers over 4600 acres of surface area.
The trail mostly stays close to a major park road (Juniper Road) as it stretches eastward, linking to several of the parks campgrounds, marinas and to the visitor center on the south shore. Greasewood and other shrubs dot the undulating desert landscape.
For travelers in the mood for a more challenging outing, there are miles of singletrack mountain-biking, hiking and equestrian trails along the lake's south shore.
There are parking options along Junper Road / Pueblo Reservoir Road. Please see the trail map for details.
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