This is another large reservoir that can be quite productive, especially in winter, when huge flocks of geese and large numbers of Bald Eagles can congregate here. The north side is owned by a private campground, and the trees here could be good for migrants, if you are staying here or paying the fee. A trail leads down to a viewing blind at Mud Lake with interpretive signage; there is handicapped access with permission. Other wildlife in the area include pronghorn, white-tailed deer, rabbits, foxes, and snakes and other reptiles.
Attractions: Restrooms at Neenoshe
Habitat: Pond/Lake/Reservoir, Tamarisk, Hedgerow/Shelterbelt, Grassland/Prairie
Directions: From Eads, head south on US 287 past CR E to the turnoff on the right (west) with the small sign for Neegronda Reservoir.
Delorme: 99 C6-C7
Roads of Colorado: 125 F1, 126 A1
Dates of Access: Open all year
Ownership: Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Restrictions: Respect wildlife closures along lakeshore
Parking: Gravel parking area
Lodging: Campsites with electricity and showers at Cottonwood Park Marina
Handicapped Access: Some viewing from car; also see site description