Located near Kremmling on Muddy Creek, Wolford Mountain Reservoir offers 1,550 surface acres of exciting water recreation, paired with awe-inspiring views of wide-open skies and far off mountains in the distance.
Take your pick from boat rentals—including pontoon boats, paddle boats and more—which are available at Wolford Campground, or bring your own boat to launch at the public dock. Spend the day leisurely cruising, or take part in fun water sports like knee boarding or jet skiing.
Anglers will find plenty of trout fishing at Wolford Mountain Reservoir, especially in its many coves and by the dam, and the nearby creeks are a draw for fly fisherman looking for that perfect catch. Clean out your catch of the day at the reservoir’s state-of-the-art fish cleaning station.
Wolford Mountain area offers a breadth of outdoor adventures, from hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding in the summer to hunting in the fall and snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the winter. Explore nearby trails such as Wolford Reservoir Trail, Muddy Creek Fishing Trail (ideal for anglers looking to catch salmon and trout) and Wolford Mountain Trail.
For camping along the shores of the reservoir, Wolford Campground offers 48 RV campsites and two group campsites. Re Mountain RV Park in nearby Kremmling is another option for those looking to stay in town. At the base of the dramatic Cliffs of Kremmling, rent a cozy log cabin with a gas fireplace at Muddy Creek Cabins.
For fisherman vying for that trophy catch—and a cash prize—the annual Wolford Ice Fishing Contest in February is a must-visit. Find even more upcoming events in Grand County.
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