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Also known as Dillon Lake, Dillon Reservoir is a recreation area owned and operated by Denver Water. Dillon Reservoir straddles the towns of Dillon, where it is located, and Frisco Bay.
Dillon Reservoir’s approximately 27 miles of shoreline can be accessed by boat via marinas in both Dillon and Frisco Bay. Boats, kayaks, and other watercraft are available for rent, however swimming and water skiing are not permitted.
The lands surrounding the reservoir offer beautiful scenery and an opportunity to enjoy nature with hiking and biking available in the summer and ice fishing and hunting in the winter months. Dillon is easily accessible from many locations due to its close proximity to the Denver area.
Found just west of downtown Fort Collins in northern Colorado, the Horsetooth Reservoir yields a bounty of spring and summer time fun.
Featuring roughly 25 miles of shoreline, Horsetooth Reservoir offers boating, fishing, swimming, and plenty of spots to bird watch.
Across the entirety of the reservoir you'll find four separate dams, all of which were vital in the final completion of the reservoir: Spring Canyon Dam, Dixon Canyon Dam, Soldier Canyon Dam, and the aptly named Horsetooth Dam.
You can swing by for an afternoon adventure, or plan your next wedding or office team building function for Horsetooth Reservoir.
Yampah Spa & Salon
World renowned for their therapeutic value, Yampah Spa & Salon is located in Glenwood Springs in central Colorado along the Colorado River. The Yampa Hot Springs can be experienced as a spa treatment in the Vapor Caves – vitamins and minerals enriched therapeutic steam coming in a cave setting at 125 degrees.
Also known as Glenwood Hot Springs, the land was purchased by investors in 1880 and built into an outdoor hot spring bath, known as the “Spa of the Rockies.” The original bathhouse was built in 1890, and has since evolved and become an updated version with modern amenities for Yampa Hot Springs visitors.