Copyright: Amy Pyle-Interactive Outdoors, Inc.
Hand-propelled boats only may access the waters of this 37-acre alpine lake
Cottonwood Lake lies south of Cottonwood Pass along the South Cottonwood drainage. The lake covers 37 acres that accommodate hand-propelled boats. A gravel/dirt boat ramp is located on the northern side of the lake. Fishing is good in the lake and various streams in the area. A campground and picnic ground exist in the immediate area of the lake. Hiking, biking and four-wheel driving may be enjoyed in the surrounding terrain.
Directions from Buena Vista: Drive west 7 miles on Highway 306; and then turn south 4 miles on County Road 344 to Cottonwood Lake.
Normal Services Available:
June through October
(NOTE: boat ramp)
October through December
(NOTE: services limited (no water or trash))
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