Heritage Farm Tour
Pueblo’s farms are a joy to experience; the colors, aromas, food, and sights are the result of generations of family experience. The Arkansas Valley produces a variety of crops and the best to be enjoyed is Pueblo’s famous green chile. Our authentic roadside markets offer products from dry sausages, cheese, honey, ethnic and local foods and pastries made on site. Agriculture is big business in Pueblo, ranking #2 in economic impact to the community. So come and learn about our local farm life and history, come do as the locals do… shop, taste, enjoy!
Please check back soon for dates and reservation information.
Tour Information and Policies
- Tour season is from May through September
- Tours Depart from Colorado Springs or Pueblo
- Bus capacity is from 25 to 49 passengers
- Buses depart from your hotel as early as 8:00 a.m.
- and return to your hotel by approximately 5:00 p.m.
- Half-day tours are approximately four to five hours.
- Pick up and drop-off sites can vary as specified in tour planning
- Trips include lunch, on-board guide, tips, taxes, and fees
- Trips provide American-West cultural experiences, breathtaking scenery, exciting and memorable activities
Reservations must be made no less than two months before the scheduled tour. After your reservation is complete you will receive confirmation, after which, a bus-reservation deposit is required with the balance due no less than two weeks before the tour.
For one-day tours, individual must cancel a reservation 14 or more days prior to the departure date to receive a refund. Any one-day tour cancelation will be assessed a $5 per person administrative fee.
Reservations for groups of 20 or more persons and for individuals who are members of a group reservation must be cancelled thirty days or more prior to the tour date for an 80% refund.