East Portal Reservoir

Description:

East Portal Reservoir is a feature of the Colorado - Big Thompson Project. This charming campground sits at the base of a mountain in the midst of a pine forest. The campground within East Portal contains 70 campsites that provide amenities such as RV hookups, two shower houses and tent camping. A trail head leads into Rocky Mountain National Park and a free shuttle provides access into the town of Estes Park during the summer. The small reservoir has approximately 2 water surface acres where rainbow trout are occasionally caught by Anglers. Moreover, there are 70 land acres and 1 mile of shoreline located at this reservoir. No boating is allowed. Facilities are open May 15- Oct. 15.

Directions:

Site is near Loveland, Colorado, on the Wind River at East Portal of Alva B. Adams Tunnel, 4.5 miles southwest of Estes Park.

Phone:

970-679-4570

Email:

Address:

Estes Valley Recreation and Park District 3420 Tunnel Road Estes Park, CO 80517

Activities:

Camping Fishing Hiking Picnicking Recreational Vehicles

Organization:

BOR - Bureau of Reclamation

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