Current water level at the Reservoir
Wolford Mountain Reservoir provides much needed water storage for the Colorado River Basin plus an enhanced environment. The reservoir, owned and operated by the Colorado River District, represents a model of cooperation and improvement that sets the stage for future water projects in Colorado.
Recreation and Camping
Wolford Mountain Reservoir offers 1,550 surface acres for recreation and on-shore recreational facilities that include:
- Lake and stream fishing
- Boat rentals
- State-of-the-art fish cleaning station
- Boat ramps
- Water sports-including knee-boards and jet-skis
- Picnic areas
- Camping with RV hookups
- Wildlife viewing
- Mountain biking
- Hiking and Recreation
- Facilities for the physically challenged
Wolford Mountain Reservoir is open year-round for camping and other recreational opportunities.
What kind of fish might I catch?
Rainbow trout, cutbow trout and splake.
Love ice-cold temperatures??
Be sure to check out the Annual Wolford Ice Fishing Contest
For more information on camping and campground reservations, please call 866.472.4943 or visit www.wolfordcampground.com
Electrical hook-ups and sanitary dump are available.
1995, Making room for the reservoir by moving an historic cabin:
Location: Muddy Creek, 5 miles north of Kremmling, in Grand County, Colorado
Storage: 66,000 acre feet when full
Surface Area: 1,550 acres
Cost: $42 million for construction, design, permitting, mitigation and land acquisition