You might never know it, but Pueblo, Colo., was once the largest steel-producing city in the entire United States! It was often called Steel City. Now it?s a thriving city with new urban development mixed into its historic roots, including being one of the best-known saddle-making cities.

Travel south on I-25 from Colorado Springs to this railroad town, where you?ll love to visit the Historic Arkansas River Project?s riverwalk in downtown. Or maybe you?re a history buff and want to take in the Pueblo Heritage Museum, Rosemount Museum, or the Steelworks Museum. That?s just naming a few of the cultural sites in this bustling city.

For the family, go to the Pueblo City Park Carousel, built in 1911 and now on the National Register of Historic Places. Plus the zoo and the wildlife centers are perfect for strolling and viewing. Parks, shops, and cultural activities are all a part of the city?s offerings.

Overall, it?s a city with growth on its mind, with an active and forward-thinking, diverse citizenship. Their motto, ?Small city vibes under big open skies,? perfectly fits the foothills city not far from Colorado?s favorite pastimes, like hiking, skiing, fishing, and much more.

If you like a bustling, on-the-move city with the option of pine-covered trails, Pueblo might the perfect next home for you. Sip and stroll at the riverwalk one day and explore the 700+ dirt roads with access to plenty of terrains the next. The Wet Mountains and Arkansas River Valley are ready and waiting!

Zip Codes: 81001, 81002, 81003, 81004, 81005, 81006, 81008, 81009, 81010, 81011, 81012

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