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Mesa Lake
One of the more popular areas on the Grand Mesa, the area has developed campgrounds, picnic sites, a lodge offering a restaurant, fuel, fishing tackle, cabins, and an abundance of easily accessable fishing.
Cottonwood Lake #1 (Grand Mesa)
Cottonwood Lake #4 (Grand Mesa)
Water Dog Reservoir
On the north end of the Grand Mesa, said to be the largest flat top mountain in the world, sits Waterdog Reservoir. This reservoir is part of the popular Mesa Lakes group and offers fishing for stocked rainbow trout.
Beaver Lake
Beaver lake is one of several lakes in close proximity to each other around Mesa Lake lodge. Easy access from the town of Mesa on Highway 65 makes this a popular destination.
Jumbo Reservoir (Grand Mesa)
One of the more popular locations on the Grand Mesa, the Mesa Lakes area has developed campgrounds, picnic sites, a lodge offering a restaurant, fishing tackle, cabins, and an abundance of easily accessable fishing. Jumbo Reservoir is adjacent to the main highway and offers easy access for fishing.
Sunset Lake
Offering a beautiful view as the sun descends at the end of the day, Sunset Lake treats the angler with easy access and good fishing opportunities.
Glacier Springs Retention Pond (Grand Mesa)
Glacier Springs Pond is a small, intimate lake on the Grand Mesa with handicap access, parking adjacent to the lake, and a nearby, shaded picnic area.
South Mesa Lake
A short hike from the parking area, South Mesa Lake offers fishing for wild brook trout in a beautiful high lake setting on the Grand Mesa.
Lost Lake (Grand Mesa, Mesa Creek)
Surrounded by a steep talus field, Lost Lake is a long, narrow, emerald green tinted lake which is known for some fairly large trout that are difficult to catch,
Carson Lake
Carson Lake on the Grand Mesa is a drive-to lake requiring a short 200 yard hike to fish for brook trout.
De Camp Reservoir