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“Crying at the park”
Review of City Park

City Park
Ranked #8 of 37 things to do in Pueblo
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Reviewed April 25, 2012

TOO many of the children are unable to ride the rides , they need updating and a clear notification for parents with TALLER children, that in fact they will NOT be able to ride no EXEPTIONS !!! So you spend the day feeling sorry for your own and all the other children crying because they cant ride ANYTHING.

1  Thank Josephine G
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Reviewed April 24, 2012

All we do is really drive through it any more!!! It's nothing like it used to be :-((((

Thank Anita C
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Reviewed March 20, 2012

Has lots of water. Swimming, fishing, golf course,
dog park, tennis,, soft ball field, open space with lots of picnic tables and benches.

1  Thank Richard M
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Reviewed October 2, 2011

Located under a lush canapy of trees is the City Park 18 Hole Disc Golf Course. This free course is the third oldest in the nation and offers challenging play! Both Pro an Am tees and restrooms along the course.

* While the course is open from Dawn - Dusk, with the thick coverage from the trees and the pin placement, plan on calling it a night a slightly earlier

Bathrooms are not always unlocked and there is some graffiti

Thank 4dabirds
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Reviewed September 28, 2010

City park is a welcome oasis in Pueblo, perfect for families traveling with small children.
The centerpiece of this little ride park is the spectacular restored antique carousel, built by C.W. Parker company in 1911 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The outside row of horses consists of fancier horses Parker bought from New York manufacturer Stein and Goldstein, and features a horse in full armor, and Indian pony and other fanciful steeds all hand carved in wood. There is a Wurlitzer band organ with the carousel providing music, and rides cost 50 cents. Other rides include a ferris wheel, a miniature railroad, a whip, car and rocket rides, a kiddie coaster and other kiddie classics, most of which are 25 cents each to ride.
City Park ride park is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day except Mondays, from 6-9 pm so it's a great way to end a day of traveling and beat the heat.

4  Thank Cedarite
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