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The leaves are changing colors, massive flocks of migratory birds are stopping over on the reservoir on their way south, and the other wildlife species have come out of hiding now that park visitation has slowed down. If you don't have a set of binoculars please stop by the park office during business hours and check-out a free birding packpack. 

The walleye fishing has been really good for the past few weeks with a few anglers reporting walleye being caught over 27 inches long. Note that the boat ramps at Reno Cove and Whiskey Gulch are the only open ramps as of October 6th. The water level in the reservoir is rising a few inches per day. 

The mountain bike trails are in great condition. Please use your best judgement during rainy weather.

Reservations are not required for camping until May and there are electrical hook-ups in Two Moon, Reno Cove, and at Sandy Beach campground. Also, if you have not taken the opportunity to stay in one of the new yurts in Two Moon Campground you may want make a reservation and come spend the night (they have heaters installed). 

Most of the water systems have been winterized, so you will need to bring  your own water or fill your tanks at the dump station. 

Take advantage of these great outdoor recreational opportunities before winter sets in at the park. 

If you have any questions call 307-735-4433. 




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