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Baron Lake
Of the 7 lakes in this area on the Grand Mesa, Baron is the largest at 100 acres, and its depth of 38 feet is second in depth to Ward Lake's depth of 72 feet.
Cedar Mesa Reservoir
Cobbett (Carp) Lake
This lake is part of a group of easily accessible roadside lakes, which include Ward Lake, Alexander Lake, Hotel Twin Lake, Baron Lake, and Ward Creek Reservoir.
Eggleston Lake
Hotel Twin Lake
Hotel Twin is a small, easily accessible, roadside lake on the Grand Mesa, adjacent to a historical hotel site,
Island Lake (Grand Mesa)
Island Lake is the largest lake on the Grand Mesa, wtth amenities including motorized boating, concrete boat launch, fish cleaning station, campgrounds, and a nearby lodge offering food, fuel, fishing tackle and cabins.
Park Reservoir
Ward Creek Reservoir
Ward Creek Reservoir sits adjacent to the Grand Mesa Scenic and Historic Byway, Highway 65, and has multiple small parking areas, a boat launch, and a picnic area next to the highway.
Ward Lake
Ward Lake, sometimes referred to as Deep Ward Lake, is located on the Grand Mesa near the U.S. Forest Service Visitor Center. This lake offers easy access for fishing, camping, boating, hiking and picnicking.
Weir & Johnson Reservoir
Weir and Johnson Reservoir is a single body of water. This area offers a variety of fishing opportunities, and is very popular. The developed campgrounds at Weir and Johnson, and near by Sackett add convenience of fishing in this area.
Youngs Creek Reservoirs
Little Gem Reservoir
Near the much larger Island Lake, Little Gem offers cutthroat trout fishing just slightly off the beaten path on the Grand Mesa.
Rim Rock Lake (Reservoir)
A short 4WD ride and/or hike from Island Lake leads to Rim Rock Lake, a peaceful spot on the Grand Mesa.
Alexander Lake
A roadside lake on the Grand Mesa, Alexander Lake provides good fishing access with nearby amenities.
Deep Slough Reservoir
Deep Slough is among a group of lakes located near the US Forest Service Visitor Center along Highway 65 on the Grand Mesa.
Butts Lake
Butts Lake on the Grand Mesa is a hike-in lake that gives the opportunity for the angler to catch cutthroat trout in a beautiful setting.
Trickle Park Reservoir
Lake is inactive.