Harvey Gap State Park

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Harvey Gap State Park
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One of the swimming beaches at the park.
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Location Garfield County, Colorado, USA
Nearest city Rifle, CO
Coordinates 39°36′52″N107°39′22″W / 39.61444°N 107.65611°W / 39.61444; -107.65611 Coordinates: 39°36′52″N107°39′22″W / 39.61444°N 107.65611°W / 39.61444; -107.65611
Area320 acres (1.3 km2)
Governing body Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Harvey Gap State Park, is a Colorado state park. [1] It is well known for its fishing and limited use boating. The park's reservoir — Grass Valley Reservoir — is 190 acres (0.77 km2) when full and allows fishing year round. [2] [3]

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