City Park

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About City Park, Pueblo

The Pueblo City Park Carousel is a historic carousel in Pueblo, Colorado, United States. Built in 1911, it is a Parker #72 /Stein & Goldstein carousel. Its horses are believed to have been carved circa 1907. In 1983, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and it is currently owned by Pueblo City Park.

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Overview of City Park

Walking past the city of Pueblo, you will come across City Park. City Park is not a top-rated place in Pueblo.

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  • Clean. Great view. Best spot for tennis in Pueblo. Right next to a pond.

  • Great place to go to play tennis.

  • Tennis anyone? Everyone can at City Park courts, a gem of the city.

  • I play tennis here often. Very nice park.

  • I really love how they have the zoo, kiddies rides, fishing, skate park, dog park, ball parks and everything else all in one location. It's a beautiful sight. BUT, a lot of the old buildings are falling into disrepair which is a shame, our history should be preserved as best as possible and some things (like the bridge) would be gorgeous to see in a pristine state. My only irk is when my husband and I went to play badminton at the tennis courts we were turned away because we weren't playing tennis? We were wearing tennis shoes and I don't think a badminton birdie could damage ANYTHING on the courts, so I really didn't understand this at all. (If somebody could explain please do!) So despite some sort of racket sports hierarchy, it's a really wonderful place.

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