Hunting and Fishing on
State Wildlife Areas
in Archuleta County, Colorado

Mule deer
A young mulie buck in the weeds
Archuleta County State Wildlife Areas

Devil Creek
Echo Canyon Reservoir

Devil Creek

From Pagosa Springs go 16 miles west on US 160 to USFS Rd. 627, then 2 miles north to property.
ACRES: 561
HUNTING: deer, elk, rabbit, squirrel, blue grouse, turkey, dove
RECREATION: picnicking, wildlife observation
RESTRICTIONS: Camping prohibited; fires prohibited; snowmobiles prohibited.Back to top of page

Echo Canyon Reservoir

From Pagosa Springs go 4 miles south on US 84 to property.
ACRES: 211
HUNTING: Waterfowl
FISHING: coldwater lake
RECREATION: boating, picnicking, wildlife observation
FACILITIES: rest room, boat ramp
RESTRICTIONS: Largemouth and smallmouth bass 12-15 inches must be returned to the water immediately; No camping, fires or snowmobiles allowed; No boating allowed if it creates a whitewater wake.Back to top of page

elk in a meadow
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