And unfortunately moving rocks is not an option at this point. It has to be done at low water with heavy machinery, (permission of the city) and cemented into place. Otherwise you run the risk of having them come loose and crash down on you when the water levels move up. Part of the fun is the challenge of making things work even though they aren't "perfect".
Right now our main concerns in the park are erosion and the fact that budget-cutting kept everything that was 'supposed' to get done from getting done, namely the boulders on the banks river right.
Making improvements is an on-going process. And as more boaters use the facility the more likely the city of Pueblo will take notice and keep up the place.
"You gotta fight for your right to paddle!"