Pueblo

Whether your Southern Colorado vacation destination includes adventure, history, arts, culture, shopping, dining or scenery; a bed and breakfast in Pueblo, Colorado is a great hotel lodging alternative. Centrally located to Colorado Springs, Canon City, the Sangre De Cristo Mountains, and bisected by the Arkansas River, Pueblo offers opportunities for fly fishing, golfing, rafting, hiking, biking, boating, skiing, and hunting. Pueblo’s restaurants feature regional cuisine made from fresh produce grown on local farms as well as national and international fare. Annual events include the Bluegrass on the River, Boats, Blues, & Barbecue Festival, Colorado State Fair, NSRA Rocky Mountain Street Rod Nationals, and Music Fest and Chile & Frijoles Festival featuring local arts, music, and food. The Pikes Peak International Raceway is also located just 20 minutes north of Pueblo. In the Union Anenue History District, you will find the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk. The Sangre De Cristo Arts Center, Weisbrod Aircraft museum, Rosemount museum, Southern Colorado Heritage Center, Bessemer Archives, and several other museums showcase the rich history and culture of Southern Colorado. When you stay at a Pueblo BBIC inn, day trips can include the Pikes Peak Region, Royal Gorge, the Great Sand Dunes, the Wet Mountain Range, Spanish Peaks, the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Picketwire Canyon, Bents Fort, and Comanche National Grasslands.

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