Bureau of Land Management, Wyoming.
Set in the rolling sage grasslands of the Great Divide Basin, this reservoir becomes a watery oasis under the bright summer skies. Fishing for trout in the reservoir and surrounding streams is good; this is also a popular non-motorized water sports area. A variety of wildlife can be seen including pronghorn, mule deer, coyotes, grouse, rattlesnakes and ducks, along with rainbow and brown trout.
This is a free site with 5 campsites, vault toilets, boat ramp, and day use parking. Campsites have picnic tables, fire ring/grills, and parking spurs with no pull-throughs, please. No horses allowed in campground.
Typical use season is from June 1st through November 15 because access roads become impassable after heavy rain and snow belt wherein they get extremely muddy.
From Rawlins, take Wyo 71 south approximately 13 miles and turn left on BLM Road 3418. Go about 3/4 mile and turn right into campground.