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With most of front range water drying up, how's the Pueblo Play park at 700 cfs? Are the features deep enough for loops? How's the stickiness? How many of the features are working at 700 cfs?

Any bar recommendations after playing?
 

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I would say no on loops, number 7 is very sticky and no idea on the bar scene but the carls jr makes a mean burger
 

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Pueblo at current flows is not worth a drive. If you live in Pablo, fire it up...better than sitting at home. If not...save the gas.
 

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Carls Junior? Bleck!

There are some great places right on Union, which is the street just below the park takeout. If you want a burger and awesome fries, check out The Goldust. If you're craving some might fine pizza, try Angelos. Two others to try would be The Highest State or The Cock & Bull. All are within two blocks of each other and within three of the park.

Have fun!
 

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For the under 30 crowd, If you are looking for a bar after eating that burger, check out "Phil's Radiator Shop". They bought the old garage, kept the old sign and name, and turned it into a dive bar. Live bands on the weekends.

whitewater wife said:
Carls Junior? Bleck!

There are some great places right on Union, which is the street just below the park takeout. If you want a burger and awesome fries, check out The Goldust. If you're craving some might fine pizza, try Angelos. Two others to try would be The Highest State or The Cock & Bull. All are within two blocks of each other and within three of the park.

Have fun!
 
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