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Deer Lakes
Directions: From Lake City take Colorado Highway 149 south toward Slumgullion Pass. Proceed approximately 10 miles. Turn left (north) on to FDR 788 and follow signs to Deer Lakes (about 5 miles). 
Fee: None 
Boating: Non-motorized, hand-powered only 
Fish: Brook and rainbow trout 
Water Acres: 12 
Elevation: 10,300 feet 
Managing Agency: USDA Forest Service, Gunnison Ranger District. For more information call (970) 641-0471 or (970) 944-2500.

Delaney Butte Lakes 
Directions: From Walden, go 1/2 mile west on Highway 14 to County Road 12, then go 5.3 miles west to County Road 18. Go 4.5 miles west on County Road 18 to County Road 5, then 1/2 mile north to property. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Wakeless boating only, sailboards prohibited, boat ramp 
Fish: Rainbow, brown and brook trout and Snake River cutthroat 
Water Acres: East Lake: 65; north lake: 163; south lake: 150 
Elevation: 8,145 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

De Weese Reservoir
Directions: From Westcliffe, go northwest on Highway 69 for 5 miles, turn north on Copper Gulch Road to the access road. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Boat ramp 
Fish: Rainbow, brown, native cutthroat and brook trout 
Water Acres: 240 
Elevation: 7,665 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

Dillon Reservoir 
Directions:
 Take I-70 west to the Silverthorne or Frisco exit. The reservoir is on the south side of the highway. 
Fee: None 
Boating: No personal watercraft and no body-contact activities 
Fish: Brown and rainbow trout and kokanee salmon 
Water Acres: 3,200 when full 
Elevation: 9,000 feet 
Managing Agency: Denver Water Board. For more information, call (303) 628-6000.

Dome Lakes
Directions:
 From Gunnison, go 8 miles east on Highway 50 to Highway 114, then 22 miles southeast to the property. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Boat ramp 
Fish: Rainbow, brown and brook trout and Snake River cutthroat 
Water Acres: 239 
Elevation:  9,017 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

Douglas Reservoir
Directions: From Wellington exit on I-25, go 5.5 mile west, south and west on Highway 1 to County Road 15, 1 mile north on County Road 15 to County Road 60, then 1/4 mile west to LaVina Drive. North on LaVina Drive to the lake. From Fort Collins at Highway 287 and Highway1, take Highway 1 north 4 miles to Waverly cutoff (County Road 15), north on County Road 15 to County Road 60. Then 1/4 mile west to Lavina Drive, north to the lake. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Wakeless only 
Fish: Rainbow trout, walleye, wiper, catfish, yellow perch and largemouth bass 
Water Acres: 565  
Elevation:  5,150 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

Dowdy Lake
Directions:
 From the town of Red Feather Lakes, go 1 mile northeast on USFS Access Road to the lake. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Boat ramp, wakeless only 
Fish: Rainbow, brown and brook trout and Snake River cutthroat 
Water Acres: 120 
Elevation:  8,135 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

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Echo Canyon Reservoir 
Directions:
 From Pagosa Springs, go 4 miles south on Highway 84 to the property. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Boat ramp, no water-skiing  
Fish: Yellow perch, largemouth and smallmouth bass, channel catfish and bluegill 
Water Acres: 118 
Elevation: 7,100 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

Eggleston Lake 
Directions:  
Fee:  
Boating: Boat ramp  
Fish: Rainbow trout 
Water Acres: 164 
Elevation: 10,140 feet 
Managing Agency: USDA Forest Service, Grand Junction/Collbran Ranger District. For more information, call (970) 242-8211 or (970) 487-3534.

Eleven Mile State Park 
Directions: 38 miles west of Colorado Springs on U.S. 24 to 1 mile west of the town of Lake George, then turn left (south) on County Road 90 and drive for 6 miles to County Road 92. Continue south on 92 for 5 miles to the park.  
Fees: See Eleven Mile State Park Fees.
Boating: Boating and windsurfing (with full wet suit) are permitted from three boat ramps.  Body contact sports (i.e. water-skiing, diving, tubing, etc.) are prohibited.. 
Fish: The lake is stocked with kokanee salmon and cutthroat and rainbow trout. Northern pike are plentiful and carp abound in the shallow bays and inlets, providing great bow-fishing opportunities. 
Water Acres: 3,405 
Elevation: 8,597 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (719) 748-3401.

Elkhead Reservoir
See Yampa River State Park

Emerald Lake
Directions: From the town of Crested Butte proceed past the town of Gothic. Total distance traveled will be approximately 10 miles. Lake is generally not accessible by road until late July. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Non-motorized, hand-powered only 
Fish: Brook and rainbow trout 
Water Acres: 12 
Elevation: 10,000 feet 
Managing Agency: USDA Forest Service, Gunnison Ranger District. For more information call (970) 641-0471 or (970) 944-2500.
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

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FLAGLER Reservoir
Directions:
 From Flagler, go 5 miles east on Road 4 to the reservoir. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Boat ramps, wakeless only; during waterfowl season, only hand-propelled, wind or electric motors permitted. Water-skiing permitted Sundays and Mondays, June 1 - Aug. 31. 
Fish: Crappie, largemouth bass, channel catfish, northern pike, bluegill and tiger muskie 
Water Acres: 400 
Elevation: 4,707 feet

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Grand Lake 
Directions: Take west I-70 to Highway 40. Go through Winter Park to Granby. Take Highway 34 to the lake.  
Fee: None 
Boating: No restrictions, boat ramp at Grand Lake and Shadow Mountain Reservoir. 
Fish: Rainbow, brook and cutthroat trout and kokanee salmon 
Water Acres: 500 
Elevation: 8,367 feet 
Managing Agency: For more information, call the Grand Lake Chamber of Commerce (970) 627-3402.

Green Mountain Reservoir
Directions:
 From Denver, take I-70 west to the Silverthorne exit, then Highway 9 north about 40 miles to the reservoir. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Two boat ramps, no-wake zone on south side of the reservoir. 
Fish: Rainbow and brown trout and kokanee salmon 
Water Acres: 2,125 
Elevation: 8,000 feet 
Managing Agency: U.S. Forest Service. For more information, call  (970) 468-5400.

Groundhog Reservoir
Directions:
 From Dolores, go 25 miles north on USFS Road 526 to USFS Road 533, then 5 miles northeast to the reservoir. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Boat ramp, wakeless only 
Fish: Rainbow trout, native and Snake River cutthroat 
Water Acres: 670 
Elevation: 8,728 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

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Harper Lake 
Directions: From Denver, take I-36 west to the Superior-Louisville exit. Drive north on McCaslin Boulevard for 1.5 miles to Washington Street. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Non-motorized only 
Fish: Rainbow trout, largemouth bass and sunfish 
Water Acres: 31 
Elevation: 5,580 feet 
Managing Agency: City of Louisville. For more information, call (303) 666-6565.

Harvey Gap State Park 
Directions: Take I-70 to the Silt interchange west of Glenwood Springs. Turn north on County Road 237 and follow the signs for a few miles to the park entrance.  
Fees: See Harvey Gap State Park Fees. 
Boating: One boat ramp, 20-horsepower or less motors, sailing and windsurfing 
Fish: Trout, pike, catfish and crappie 
Water Acres: 160 
Elevation: 6,400 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (970) 625-1607.

Hasty Lake
Directions:
 
From the East 
Take U.S. Highway 50 west from Lamar approximately 20 miles to Hasty. Turn south on School Street and proceed approximately 2 miles. The Visitor Center is on the right as the road curves to the east.
From the West
Take U.S. Highway 50 east from La Junta to Las Animas, approximately 20 miles.  Proceed east through Las Animas to Hasty, approximately 16 miles.  Turn south on School Street and proceed approximately 2 miles.  The Visitor Center is on the right as the road curves to the east.
Fee: Colorado Parks & Wildlife Daily Pass required
Boating: Non-motorized
Fish: Bass, catfish, walleye and trout
Water Acres: 73
Elevation: 3,747 feet
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (719)829-1801.

Haviland Lake
Directions:
 From Durango, go 18 miles north on Highway 550 to USFS Road 671, then 1/2 mile east to the property. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Hand-propelled or electric motor 
Fish: Rainbow and cutthroat trout 
Water Acres: 22 
Elevation: 8,106 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

Henry Reservoir
Directions:
 (Gunnison County) From Ordway, take Highway 96 east to Lane 22. Turn north, and travel 1 mile to the reservoir. 
Fee: None 
Boating: No restrictions, boat ramps 
Fish: Warm water, sunfish, largemouth and smallmouth bass, billhead catfish, channel catfish, saugeye and wiper 
Water Acres: 1,100 
Elevation: 4.360 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

Highline Lake State Park 
There are two lakes at Highline Lake State Park, Mack Mesa Lake and Highline Lake.  
Directions: Drive west on I-70 from Grand Junction to Loma Exit, then north onto Colorado Highway 139 for 6 miles to Q Road. Go west on Q road for 1.2 miles, then turn north onto 11.8 Road for 1 mile to the park entrance. 
Fees:
Boating: Two boat ramps, power boating, jet-skiing and water-skiing; only hand- or electric-powered boats are allowed at Mack Mesa. 
Fish: Rainbow trout are stocked in both lakes in spring and summer. Warm-water fish, such as bass and catfish, are found in both lakes. Highline Lake has good warm-water fishing, especially for catfish and crappie. Mack Mesa is noted for its fine early season trout fishing. 
Water Acres: 174 
Elevation: 4,700 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (970) 858-7208.

Hohnholz Lakes
Directions:
 From Highway 14 at the upper end of Poudre Canyon, go 30 miles north on Laramie River Road (County Road 103) to the entrance. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Hand-propelled or electric motors 
Fish: Rainbow and brook trout and Snake River cutthroat 
Water Acres: 80 
Elevation:  7,904 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

Holbrook Reservoir
Directions:
 From Rocky Ford, travel north on Road 24.5 to County Road FF, then 1/2 mile east to the reservoir. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Power boating, sail boating, windsurfing and water-skiing, boat ramps
Fish: Walleye, saugeye, crappie, largemouth bass, channel catfish, northern pike, bluegill, wiper and tiger muskie 
Water Acres: 675 
Elevation: 4,150 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

Home Lake
Directions:
 From Monte Vista, go 1 1/2 miles east on Sherman Avenue to the property. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Hand-propelled, electric motors and motorboats up to 10 horsepower; motorboats greater than 10 horsepower may be used 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. only 
Fish: Rainbow trout, channel catfish and northern pike 
Water Acres: 69 
Elevation: 7,624 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

Horse Creek Reservoir
Directions:
 From La Junta, go 8 miles north on Highway 109 to Cheraw, then 2 miles east on County Road JJ.5 to County Road 33, then 7 miles north to reservoir. 
Fee: None 
Boating: Power boating, windsurfing and water-skiing, boat ramps Fish: Walleye, saugeye, crappie, largemouth bass, channel catfish, northern pike, white bass, bluegill and tiger muskie 
Water Acres: 2,603 
Elevation: 4,104 feet 
Managing Agency: Colorado Parks & Wildlife. For more information, call (303) 297-1192.

Horsetooth Reservoir
Directions:
 Take I-25 to the Fort Collins exit (Harmony-Tinmath), go west on Harmony, then north on Taft Hill Road about 1 mile to County Road 38E, take County road 38E west to the reservoir. 
Fee: $7 daily 
Boating: No restrictions 
Fish: Largemouth and smallmouth bass, walleye, saugeye, white bass and wiper 
Water Acres: 2,000 
Elevation: 5,400 feet 
Managing Agency: Larimer County. For more information, call (970) 679-4570.

Hotel Twin Lake
Directions:
  
Fee:  
Boating: No boat ramp 
Fish: Rainbow and brook trout 
Water Acres: 40 
Elevation: 10,208 feet 
Managing Agency: USDA Forest Service, Grand Junction/Collbran Ranger District. For more information, call (970) 242-8211 or (970) 487-3534.