Park elevation: 5462'
Report last updated: 7/24/2016
Daily Entrance permits are available for purchase at the Automated Pay Stations on South CR 31 and West CR 8E, near the entrance station gates. The automated pay stations accept credit and debit cards only. Cash or checks will no longer be accepted at the self-service automated pay stations.
Cheyenne Day Use fishing access is now open and accessible from County Road 31, just past the entrance gate.
The limit for trout is four (4) per person with no size requirement.
For the most current conditions and stocking reports, check the Colorado Parks and Wildlife website. Or join our fishing forum at www.fishexplorer.com to send and recieve messages from fellow anglers and share your fishing knowledge!
Water levels at this reservoir fluctuate daily.
No boating facilities.
All water recreation activities, including but not limited to, swimming, wading, and boating of any type (including belly boats, kick boats, canoes, and kayaks) are STRICTLY PROHIBITED.
Attention campers: If you do not have a reservation for a campsite, you will need to visit the Larimer County Administrative Office at 1800 South County Road 31 to purchase your campsite during the following hours:
Saturday - Thursday 8:00am- 6:00pm
Friday 8:00am- 8:00pm
Camping fees will no longer be accepted at your campsite. A reservation for camping is highly recommended. You may now reserve a campsite one day in advance.
To reserve a campsite, please call (800) 397-7795 or visit www.larimercamping.com.
Camping reservations may now be made from 1-180 days in advance.
Birders will be happy to find quite a few species in the area. A pair of osprey have established Flatiron Reservoir as one of their favorite fishing spots. There are Oriole nests in quite a few of the trees. Great blue herons, meadow larks, red tail hawks, bald eagles, pelicans, and loons have all been seen at Flatiron. Mule deer are active in the area, as well. Please be 'bear aware' and lock your food in hard-shelled containers. Please don't overfill dumpsters. Wildlife will often congregate near the roadway. Use caution when driving in areas that have a lot of animal activity. Be sure to lock your food up and never feed the wildlife.
Our resident geese appreciate responsible disposal of fishing line, hooks, and other trash.
A complete list of upcoming events can be found at http://www.larimer.org/naturalresources/news.cfm.