Bonny Reservoir (Bonny Lake State Park)

Description:

Bonny Dam and Reservoir are on the South Fork of the Republican River near Hale, Colorado just west of the Kansas border in Yuma County. Reservoir open 24 hours. Fair access roads. Available species include walleye, crappie, wipers (white bass/striped bass hybrids), white bass, northern pike, fresh waterdrum, large and smallmouth bass, bullheads, bluegill, and channel catfish. The reservoir has approximately 2,095 water surface acres, 5,187 land acres and 15 miles of shoreline. Fishing season is year-round.Recreation at the site is managed by the Colorado Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation for the Bureau of Reclamation. The Dam and Reservoir are features of the Armel Unit, Upper Republican Division, Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program. Current Reservoir Levels

Directions:

Take I-70 east to Burlington, then north 23 miles on US 385. Turn east on County Roads 2 or 3 for 1.5 miles.

Phone:

970-354-7306

Email:

bonny.lake.park@state.co.us

Address:

Bonny Lake State Park CO Div. of Parks & Outdoor Recreation 30010 County Road 3 Idalia, CO 80735-9674

Activities:

Boating Camping Fishing Hunting Picnicking Recreational Vehicles Water Sports Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

BOR - Bureau of Reclamation

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