[St. Charles Bridge in Pueblo County. Photo: Jeffrey Beall] Pueblo County had a population of 159,063 in 2010. The county seat is Pueblo, a city that boasts the least expensive residential real estate of all major cities in Colorado. The median home price of dwellings listed for sale in 2013 in Pueblo was $147,851. Pueblo was the sixth most affordable place to live in America, as measured by the 2014 Cost of Living Index.
Lake Pueblo State Park offers 10,000 acres of recreational land with year round boating, fishing, and hiking. The lake is 11 miles long with 60 miles of shoreline.
Visit the Pueblo County Government website.
- Crowley – east
- Custer – west
- El Paso – north
- Fremont – northwest
- Huerfano – southwest
- Las Animas – south
- Lincoln – northeast
- Otero – east
- May – Boats, Bands & Brews in Pueblo
- Jun – Sonic Bloom Festival in Rye
- Sep – Chile & Frijoles Festival in Pueblo
Top 14 Cool Hotels in Pueblo – Pueblo is a rising, multicultural urban development in Colorado. There’s a deep history in the area because of Historic Arkansas Riverwalk Project, which has become the center of the cities art museums and galleries. It is also…