Historic Arkansas Riverwalk

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Coordinates: 38°15′55″N 104°36′44″W / 38.26528°N 104.61222°W / 38.26528; -104.61222

Along the Pueblo Riverwalk

The Historic Arkansas Riverwalk is a riverwalk in the US city of Pueblo, Colorado, along the Arkansas River. The riverwalk was constructed as part of an effort to attract tourists and trade to the city.[1] Its construction was inspired by the San Antonio Riverwalk in the city of San Antonio, Texas.[1]

Pueblo was founded near the confluence of Fountain Creek and the Arkansas River. After a flood in 1921, the river was diverted to Pueblo Reservoir. The original riverbed was excavated as part of an urban renewal project, and the river was again rerouted.[1]


  1. ^ a b c Critchley, Jill (September 18, 2001). "Renovation & Restoration: New stone riverwalk revitalizes Colorado community". Stone World. BNP Media. Retrieved 2017-04-08.

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