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State Wildlife Area

 
Prewitt Reservoir SWA

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County
Logan;#Washington;#

Location
GMU: 96
From I-76 at the Merino exit (Exit 102), go 1 mile north to U.S. 6, then 3 1/2 miles northeast (right) to the entrance and follow signs to the boat ramp. 

There is parking below the dam for fishing the dam or hunting the sloughs to the east.

Elevation
min. 4,057 ft - max 4,109 ft

Acreage
2924 acres

Hunting
Deer;#Dove;#Squirrel;#Waterfowl;#

Fishing
Warm water;#

Recreation
Camping;#Boating;#

Facilities
Boat Ramp;#Restrooms;#

Restrictions

(Updated 8/14/2018)​
a. Any person age 18 through 64 must possess an annual access permit in order to access this property, except that any person who possesses a current and valid Colorado annual hunting or fishing license is exempt from this permit requirement. Permits shall cost $36, and are valid from April 1 - March 31 annually. Permits are available from any Division licensing agent. 
b. Property limited to 250 vehicles. 
c. All loud noises that disturb the peace, except legal hunting activities, are prohibited from 10:00 pm – 6:00 am. 
d. Camping is prohibited as posted. 
e. Fires are prohibited. 
f. Glass beverage containers are prohibited. 
g. Hunting prohibited as posted, including hunting from floating devices. 
h. Target practice is prohibited. 
i. Sailing and windsurfing prohibited, except in July and August. 
j. Boating is prohibited in a manner that creates a white water wake. 
k. Waterskiing is prohibited. 
l. From October 1 through the dark goose season, fishing restricted to the dam, ice fishing restricted to 50 yards of the dam, and boating prohibited, except for craft propelled by hand or electric motor used to set and pick up decoys and retrieve downed waterfowl.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds visitors to check current hunting, fishing and land use regulations when planning to visit a State Wildlife Area. Refer to the Recreational Lands Brochure, as well as the Fishing and Hunting Regulation Brochures located on the Regulations Brochures Page. State Wildlife Area visitors can also find rules and regulations information in Chapter 9 Regulations.

Contact Info
Area CPW Office: Brush, (970) 842-6300.