Pueblo Park Campground – one of the most popular on the Gila National Forest – is located in a large, cool stand of old growth Ponderosa Pines adjacent to the Blue Range Wilderness Boundary with the WS Mountain Trail immediately south of the campground and the Dangerous Park Trail just north.
At a Glance
<strong>Pueblo Park Campground </strong>(CG) has reopened after the Wallow Fire. Pueblo Park CG is 6 miles southwest from U.S. 180 between Rancho Grande Estates and Saliz Pass.
There is a 15 day stay limit. Dogs on leash only. Fires permitted only in fire places provided
Reserve, 15 miles
no drinking water
US Forest Service
Take Hwy 180, 23 miles north to the Pueblo Park turnoff west on 6 miles on County Rd. CO13 – 18 miles south of Reserve on Hwy. 180.
There is a 1 mile, self guided interpretive trail – Trail to the Past starting and ending in the campground.
Horse Riding & Camping
Although horses are not allowed in the campground itself, there are old corrals at the north end of the campground which are available for public use and portable corrals are allowed at the trailheads. There is no water provided for stock at the corrals or campground. Water in the nearby creek is intermittent.