Reservoir is located in the Comanche Peak Wilderness at an elevation of 9,400
feet. The lake contains brook and brown trout. Camping is limited near the
lake. The lake is surrounded by spruce forest and most of its shoreline is
accessible for fishing.
||Brook trout, Brown trout
|Fish species stocked:
||June - October
Other Nearby Resources:
Highway 287 north from Fort Collins to Laporte. Continue on Highway 287 to Highway
14. Travel west on 14 for 24 miles to the Pinegree Park Road. Turn left and
travel 15.5 miles to the turn-off to Tom Bennett Campground. Follow this road
for about 2.5 miles (past the church camp) to the Comanche Lake/Hourglass Trailhead.
Take the Beaver Creek Trail for about two miles to the reservoir.
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