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Explore Pueblo Levee Murals    

Ride, walk or run the Levee and Arkansas River trails:

  • Wild Horse Levee Loop:  2 mile loop from Suspension bridge (2) to Wild Horse bridge (3) on concrete river trail and gravel levee trail. 

  • Kayak Park Levee Loop: 3 mile loop from Suspension bridge (2) to Moffat bridge (1) 

  • Figure 8 both loops:  5 miles total

Pueblo Levee Trail map with photos
Pueblo Levee murals

Watch the progress of artists creating murals on the levee year-round.   Painting on a 45-degree angle is strenuous and expensive so consider supporting an artist. 

Learn more about the Pueblo Levee Mural Project!

Blog on levee murals

Painters on the Pueblo Levee Mural

Learn about the river history and wildlife along concrete trail downstream from the Suspension Bridge.

Learn about the Friends of the Levee non-profit working for more improvements on the Levee. 

Information sign on Pueblo Levee trail
River surfing Pueblo's Arkansas River

Watch the river surfers or boogie boarders in the Whitewater Kayak Park

Kayaking Arkansas River with levee murals
SUP river with levee mural
Kayak/SUP Mural Alley:


Get out at Suspension Bridge before Kayak Park unless you are experienced in white water.

  • Shortest paddle: put in at Wild Horse bridge to Suspension bridge.  

  • 1 mile float:  put in at Reservoir Road

  • 3 mile float:  put in below City Park at Burkhardt Bridge

  • 6 mile float: put in below Lake Pueblo dam. DO NOT go over low head dam before Burkhardt Bridge! Portage around at signs!  Good news! Funding found for a boat ramp here-construction July 2024!




  1. Portage (carry boat) around dangerous/deadly low head dam between Pueblo Blvd & Burkhardt Bridge! Signs tell you when to exit river left & walk trail.

  2. Wear an approved personal floatation device at all times on rivers.

  3. Check water flow and dangers as river is constantly changing.

  4. Go with others in case of trouble and to have more fun.

warning low head dam
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