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Heron Reservoir

A picturesque lake set among tall pines, Heron Reservoir and State Park has been designated as a quiet and peaceful place. The reservoir and surrounding park is known for its excellent sailing, fishing, cross-country skiing, windsurfing, and hiking. There are also several scenic campgrounds lining the shore of the ...

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Lake Sumner

Relax at the sparkling blue lake, while gazing at the rocky shoreline and gentle rolling hillsides of juniper. Lake Sumner provides a refreshing change from the grasslands of New Mexico's eastern plains. Created by damming the Pecos River, Lake Sumner ...

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Pueblo Reservoir

Recreation at Pueblo Reservoir is managed by the Colorado State Parks under agreement with the Bureau of Reclamation, Eastern Colorado Area Office, Loveland, Colorado.Pueblo Reservoir was created by Pueblo Dam which crosses the Arkansas River. The reservoir is part of the Fryingpan-Arkansas Project. The 1.7 million ...

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Turquoise Lake

Turquoise Lake is a feature of the Fryingpan-Arkansas Project. Recreation is managed by the Forest Service for Reclamation as part of the San Isabel National Forest. There are eight campgrounds at Turquoise Lake and 300 hundred campsites to accomadate visitors. There is easy access to the lake to ...

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Willow Creek Reservoir

Willow Creek, a tributary on the Colorado River near Granby, Colorado, is diverted by Willow Creek Dam and Canal, features of the Colorado-Big Thompson Project. Willow Creek Pumping Plant lifts the water 175 feet; it then flows by gravity to Lake Granby. Recreation is managed for Reclamation by ...

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Marys Lake

Marys Lake Dikes, Colorado-Big Thompson Project, are 2 dikes on the shoreline of Marys Lake, 2 miles from Estes Park, Colorado. Recreation at the lake is managed by The Estes Valley Recreation and park district. The lake provides a number of recreational activities for visitors. There are 270 campsites ...

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Navajo Reservoir - Colorado

Navajo Dam was completed in 1963. The reservoir is one of the four initial units of the Colorado River Storage Project, and is located in northwest New Mexico and southwest Colorado, about 34 east of Farmington, New Mexico. The reservoir has a maximum surface area of 15,610 acres and ...

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Brantley Reservoir

Winding 13 miles upstream from the city of Carlsbad, New Mexico, you will find Brantley Dam. The project's main purpose was to replace McMillan Dam, which was declared unsafe. Additional benefits include irrigation, flood control, fish and wildlife enhancement, and recreation. Fishing, boating, camping, hiking, and ...

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Caballo Reservoir

The Caballo Mountains serve as a majestic backdrop for the Caballo Dam and Reservoir. For recreational opportunities, the Caballo Lake State Park offers a full array of water sports, winter waterfowl watching, and cactus gardens in bloom. Fishing opportunities on Caballo Reservoir are available for striped bass, white bass, ...

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Elephant Butte Reservoir

Imagine an ancient volcano, now an island in the reservoir, in the shape of an elephant! Elephant Butte Reservoir, created by a dam constructed in 1916 across the Rio Grande, is 40-miles long with more than 200-miles of shoreline. The surrounding ...

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