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ELEVEN MILE STATE PARK, CO
DescriptionDiscover incredible fishing at one of Colorado's largest reservoirs, Eleven Mile State Park! Rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout, kokanee salmon, northern pike and carp are all found within the waters of this 3,400 surface-acre reservoir. Waterfront camping, scenic vistas, uncrowded boating and ideal wind conditions for sailing and windsurfing make Eleven Mile a best bet for all visitors. The park is open year-round, offering spectacular Rocky Mountain sunsets and plenty of room to breathe. Visitors may choose from a variety of campsites at Eleven Mile State Park's 348 site facility. The showers, flush toilets and laundry facilities are closed for the season and will re-open on May 1, 2014. Vault toilets remain open year-round.
Eleven Mile Reservoir is now closed to boating for the season.
Check the park conditions page at www.parks.state.co.us/parks/elevenmile for the most current information.
Eleven Mile State Park is located in South Park, a high alpine meadow at 8600 feet above sea level. Most areas lack trees but provide panoramic views of surrounding mountains or granite outcrops. Shade may be naturally provided by trees and other vegetation in some areas, particularly within some sites in Rocky Ridge C and E loops and the Back Country campsites. Please call the park for specific details.
Specific fishing and boating regulations exist for this park.
Water sports such as swimming, wading, tubing and waterskiing are prohibited.
Campsites in Rocky Ridge B, C, D and E-Loops, as well as those in North Shore D-Loop and the west end of Stoll Mountain, are closed for the season.
All other campsites are available exclusively on a first-come first-served basis until May, when the reservation season starts back up.
We are scheduled to re-pave access roads in Rocky Ridge, North Shore and Coyote Ridge/Backcountry areas in the spring and early summer. These sites will not be reserveable during this period, but many will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact the park at 719-748-3401 for more information.
Roads will be re-gravelled on the south side of the reservoir at Witcher's Cove, Howbert Point, Rocking Chair, Lazy Boy and Cross Creek in the Spring of 2014 as well, but sites in those locations can be reserved up to six months in advance for arrivals beginning May 9, 2014. Sites in those locations that are not reserved and are not occupied are available on a first-come, first-served basis throughout the winter and spring.
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Alerts and Important InformationWe are planning a major road renovation project in the spring of 2014. In order to minimize the disruption and get as much work completed as quickly as possible, camp sites in Rocky Ridge, North Shore and the Backcountry will only be available on a first-come, first-served basis until we have a firm construction schedule for repaving in these areas. We expect to have all road work completed by July 1, 2014.
Roads will be re-gravelled on the south side of the reservoir at Witcher's Cove, Howbert Point, Rocking Chair, Lazy Boy and Cross Creek, in the Spring of 2014, but sites in those locations can be reserved up to six months in advance for arrivals beginning May 9, 2014 and any site that is not reserved is available on a first-come, first-served basis throughout the winter.
Visitors should expect noise and short delays during construction, which will be limited to daylight hours in May and June.
Getting There:From Colorado Springs take Hwy 24 west for 38 miles through Lake George. West of Lake George, turn left (south) on County Rd 90 and follow it for four miles. From that point, continue south on County Rd 92 for six miles to the park.
Mailing Address:ELEVEN MILE STATE PARK
4229 COUNTY RD. 92
LAKE GEORGE CO 80827-9201
Phone Number:Information: (719)748-3401
Please contact the park office at 719-748-3401 with any questions or concerns.