Discover Pueblo

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The U.S. Forest Service, working with local students, has created an app that allows kids to learn more about the world around them in Pueblo. Download the Discovery Agent app from the App Store or Google Play, then head down to the Arkansas River trail, and learn togehter all the wonders that can be found outdoors!

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Have you ever wanted to do something fun and exciting outside? Have you ever wanted to participate in an outdoor activity that stimulates you physically and socially? This website is designed to provide you the information to engage in local outdoor activities, either with a group of other individuals your age or by yourself.

The menus at the top of the website will guide you to the information you are looking for regarding outdoor activities in the Pueblo area.
  • rafting tubing
  • summer camps
  • cross country skiing
  • mountain biking
  • kayaking
  • playing in lake
  • nature trails
  • paddle boarding
  • camping
  • trail running
  • wildlife viewing
  • rock climbing
  • mountain boarding
  • hiking
  • zip lining
  • hunting
  • fishing
  • pueblo zoo

Go Outdoors Pueblo!

The Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Program was established by state law in 1992 (Article XVIII, Section 2) to authorize the preservation, protection, enhancement, and management of the state’s wildlife, park, river, trail and open space culture. The State of Colorado established that the net proceeds from every state-supervised lottery game would be allocated to the GOCO Program. The GOCO administers grants to county and local jurisdictions to achieve this on the local level. The grants include wildlife grants, developing educational and informational programs, and protecting and acquiring land for protecting wildlife habitat. For more information about the GOCO Program, check out the website at http://www.goco.org/.

Pueblo GOCO Inspire Initiative

The PuebloGOCO Inspire Initiative is an effort aligned with the goals and values of the state program, but is focused in reaching out to the City of Pueblo’s youth to encourage them to explore and appreciate the outdoors, and is designed to facilitate the engagement of youth in the extraordinary outdoor amenities and experiences that the city has to offer. The initiative strives to reach the youth of today to inform and educate them on the benefits of participating in outdoor activities in hopes of it maturing into a bigger desire to protect their local outdoor resources and experiences, their “back yard,” for future generations. For more information, check out the GOCO Inspire Initiative website at http://www.goco.org/grants/apply/inspire-initiative.
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