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Located in Moab Ranger District of Manti-La Sal National Forest.
From USFS: Buckeye Reservoir is a 109 acre reservoir located on the west side of the La Sal Mountains in Colorado and is situated in a valley of mature Ponderosa Pines at 7,600 feet. It is a favorite fishing and camping spot. ... Log infor additional details...
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USFS: Best Route: Head south from Moab on US 191 for approximately 27 miles and turn left onto Highway 46 at La Sal Junction. Continue on Highway 46 for 32 miles into Paradox, Colorado. Turn left at 5.75 Road at the USFS sign. Continue to the T-intersection and left on U5 Road and follow the USFS signs to Buckeye Campground. It is about 13 miles on Forest Service Road 0371 from Paradox to Buckeye Campground and it is winding gravel road. Please drive with caution. Some GPS or driving directions are sending people to 4WD roads or to locked gates that are on private property. Please follow the above directions or make sure your alternative directions are accurate before following them.