Vega Reservoir


Recreation at Vega Dam and Reservoir, Collbran Project, is managed by the Colorado Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation under agreement with the Bureau of Reclamation Vega sits nestled on the Grand Mesa high above the little mountain town of Collbran, Colorado. Excellent ice fishing and snowmobiling opportunities. Five rustic camper cabins are located in Pioneer Campground with corrals located adjacent to the cabins. These make a great starting point for exploring the Grand Mesa or recreating at Vega Reservoir. Call 1-800-678-2267 for camping reservations.


From Grand Junction, Colorado, drive 55 miles east and turn south off I-70 onto Colorado Highway 65. Drive 10 miles, then take Highway 330 east through Collbran and drive the final 12 miles to the reservoir on a paved all-weather county road.





Vega State Park P.O. Box 700 Clifton, CO 81520


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BOR - Bureau of Reclamation

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