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Crystal Creek Reservoir ....

Crystal Creek Reservoir is one of three that are part of the North Slope Recreation Area located northeast of Colorado Springs. Own and managed by the City of Colorado Springs, these scenic water supply reservoirs and the surrounding area offers numerous recreational opportunities, including hiking, picnicking, non-motorized boating, and fishing.

With 103 spaces parking spaces there is ample space for all visitors. Due to the sensitive nature of the surrounding areas, people are asked to confine picnics to the developed sites.
 There is a small bait and tackle/ gift shop at the beginning of the trail head. The trails are made of gravel and some of the hills and slopes around the lake can be a hazard, so watch where you step. Crystal Creek can be accessed from all sides for fishing or hiking except from the dam.
 Crystal Creek Reservoir offers easy access to rainbow, cutbow, and brook trout for the young or experienced angler. For anglers that are willing to go out in a boat, the occasional lake and brown trout can be caught.
 Getting there: From Denver, Follow I-25 south the highway 24 W and turn off onto Fountain Ave. Fountain Ave. then becomes Pikes Peak Highway/ Toll road. Drive 6 miles on this road and you will arrive at Crystal Creek Reservoir.
 Fees: Fees
 (North Slope Recreation Area only)
 NSRA fee is $4.00 Per Person (16 years and Older)
 Children under 16 are Free
 Purchase a pass with 30 punches for $100.00
 Pikes Peak Highway Fees
 (Includes North Slope Recreation Area AND access to the summit)
 December 1 to April 30
 Adults (16 and over): $10 per person
 Children (6-15): $4 per child
 Carload Rate (up to 5 people): $35 per car
 Additional Adults: $7 per person
 Additional Children: $2 per child
 May 1 to November 30
 Adults (16 and over): $12 per person
 Children (6-15): $5 per child
 Carload Rate (up to 5 people): $40 per car
 Additional Adults: $ 8 per person
 Additional Children: $ 2 per child
 Boating: Non Motorized Hand-Launch. Boats must be brought to the area on car top carriers or in the back of pick-up trucks. Trailers are prohibited on the Pikes Peak Highway. State boating regulations apply.
 Boats must be carried from the parking areas to the boat entry points. Vehicle access to boat entry points is not available.
 Boats must be propelled by oars, paddles or electric motors. Gas engines are prohibited.
 All boaters must wear Coast Guard approved personal floatation devices.
 Belly boats may be used.
 Special Regulations: The bag and possession limit for trout is four fish, no more than two of which may be a lake trout.
 Ice Fishing: Ice fishng is prohibited
 OHV: Not permitted


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